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Things to do in China

Travel to China

China is one of the largest countries in the world and experiencing a transformation from old ways into new. This makes it one of the most interesting places in the world to visit right now. You will find highly populated cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong- juxtaposed with rural areas that seem to stand still in time. When you travel to China you travel between these two contrasts. It’s quite economical to travel in-between destinations, so take advantage of it and see the Great Wall of China, and Tian’anmen Square. Check out the formidable collection of Terracotta Warriors. Visit the Forbidden City and tell your friends back home that you did. Journey on the Silk Road and explore the fragile beauty of Tibet. Check out more city selections below…

Beijing

Beijing is the capital of The Republic of China and has been the political center of the country for several decades. Beijing is home to many palaces, gardens and other historical sites and for tourists there are always things to do in Beijing. Read more about Beijing…

Shanghai

Shanghai is filled with attractions ranging from traditional and historical to modern and new that offers much for people on holiday. It is the largest city in the world in population, and the epitome of economics, trade, culture, science and technology in Eastern China. Read more about Shanghai…

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a city in China that attracts many tourists. People like going on a holiday trip here because of its versatile entertainment offerings. Whether you want to relax, party, be adventurous, or run the Hong Kong marathon, you can do it all here. And did we mention Disneyland? Read more about Hong Kong…

Tianjin

Tianjin is one of the largest cities in China and has incredible architecture throughout the city. The skyline shows brightly-lit skyscrapers and modern structures that make it look like a futuristic paradise. Read more about Tianjin…

Wuhan

The city of Wuhan is the capital of the province of Hubei, China. It is an important port along the Yangtze River and a major tourist attraction in the region. Although now a heavily industrialized city, Wuhan still retains a lot of its historical, cultural, and natural treasures. Read more about Wuhan…

Xiamen

Xiamen is a scenic oceanfront city in the province of Fujian, China. Because of the influx of economic and financial investments in Xiamen, it has flourished to be one of the most livable cities and best holiday destinations in China. Read more about Xiamen…

Xian

The great history of Xian (Xi’an) spans more than three millennia. Because of this, most of the tourist attractions in the city are historic museums and archeological sites. The smaller but equally interesting part of your holiday in Xian is the nightlife scene and gastronomic delights that you can experience in the city. Read more about Xian…

Chengdu

Chengdu, one of China’s most populous cities, boasts of rich agricultural lands that people sometimes call it “The Land of Abundance”. In stark contrast with the vast green spaces of Chengdu, the urban center of the city features towering Western-style buildings and lively nightlife venues. Read more about Chengdu…

Guangzhou

With a population of over 2 million, Guangzhou is definitely one of the largest and most populous cities in China. Although the city is now full of towering buildings and neon lights, there are still several tourist attractions that depict the rich Chinese history and tradition of Guangzhou. Read more about Guangzhou…

Guilin

Guilin is a picturesque city in Guangxi, China. It is famous for its beautiful landscape that is adorned with lakes and rivers and glittered with sheer-sided karst formations. Its major industry is tourism, so you can expect to be pampered and well accommodated in the city of Guilin. Read more about Guilin…

Hangzhou

Hangzhou undoubtedly possesses some of the most beautiful natural scenery in all of China. Many artists and poets have captured Hangzhou’s natural wonders in words or paintings. Aside from its raw, natural beauty, the city is most visited for its share of cultural and historical attractions. Read more about Hangzhou…

Huangshan

Huangshan is a panoramic mountain range in Anhui, China. It is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and is one of China’s major tourist attractions. Hiking, nature tripping, and camping are just some of the activities that you can do when you spend a holiday in Huangshan Scenic Area. Read more about Huangshan…

Lijiang

Lijiang is a small ancient city that is packed with natural and cultural attractions. It is located in the province of Yunnan, China, where the Jade River divides into streams, canals, and waterways that weave through the Old Town. Lijiang attracts crowds of tourists because of its unpretentious culture and quaint character. Read more about Lijiang…