China a vast country spanning from the east of Shanghai City to the west of Kashgar city and from the north of Harbin city to the south of Macau city offered array of interesting places for you to explore.
Across China, there are many stunning sceneries with breathtaking views. Explore China and immerse yourself in the colorful and natural beauty of the land of abundance with 5,000-year history and cultures, ancient buildings, food, living customs, natural beauties, vibrant and modern metropolitan cities.
The attractions listed below are just the tip of the iceberg of the great adventures in China.
Kaleidoscopic hills: With its rolling hills, rocky peaks and multitude of colours, this terrain is positively other-worldly. However, the spectacular lunar landscape can actually be found at the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu Province, China.
Mosaic beauty: The terraced rice fields in Yuanyang County become flooded paddies from December to April and create pools that resemble broken mirrors. As the sun sets, colours are scattered in the reflective waters.
Vines climb the old stone walls, weave through the windows and doors and creep along the crumpling paths in an abandoned Chinese fishing village which has been reclaimed by mother nature on Shengshan Island.
Among the green rolling hills in the Larung Gar Valley in China, the last thing you would expect to see in the countryside are thousands of red wooden huts that have been built in a massive cluster. Despite its secluded location it is home to the Larung Gar Buddhist Academy, the world's largest Buddhist settlement.
Turquoise pools: The neon-coloured limestone ponds of the Huanglong valley are a visual feast for those looking for a slice of paradise. Nearby are beautiful snow-capped peaks and a wealth of animal life.
Detian Waterfall is a transnational waterfall in the Sino-Vietnamese border. In spring, the fiery-red kapok trees scatter around the waterfall making it more exquisite.
Early morning journey: A Qj Doubleheader puffs its way uphill to Shangdian On The Jitong Tielu leaving a billowing trail in its wake.
Lè Shān’s gigantic, 1,200-year-old Grand Buddha sits carved from a cliff face overlooking three busy rivers: the Dàdù, Mín, and Qīngyì. The giant statue has fingernails larger than the average human, and attracts multitudes of tourists to the area.
Looking like a scene from a movie, the Maijishan Grottoes, cut in the side of the hill of Majishan in Tianshui, Gansu Province, feature a stunning selection of murals and sculptures surrounded by winding walkways and spiral stairs.
You can see why this winding driveway in Tianmen Mountain National Park is called Serpentine Road. The road took eight years to construct. To get there, you need to drive up Tongtian Avenue, which has 99 turns thought to symbolise heaven having nine palaces.
The stunning Unesco World Heritage Site of Jiǔzhàigōu National Park is visited by more than two million people every year who are lured by its turquoise lakes, cascading waterfalls and its deep green trees.
Bomi county and Chayu county in Tibet abound in natural resources and are known for the breathtaking scenery of snow mountains and emerald lakes.
Great Canyon located south of Kuytun, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Hongshan Great Canyon is hidden between the flat Gobi Desert and the continuous mountains. The magnificent and unique landscape of the great canyon is a miracle of nature.
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