And when you are looking for a place with lots of tourist attractions, China is one place you should visit. We highly recommend Beijing, Shanghai, and Xian as the top of your tourist list.
Beijing housed the famous Great Wall of China, Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven. These go a long way in showcasing the long and colorful history of the city. The Beijing Hutongs are now being turned into mere streets with shops and bars.
Within the last half of the previous century, Shanghai has evolved into a global metropolis. Its glaring development cut across the Bund, down to the Huangpu River and the massive improvement in the skyline of Pudong.
Notwithstanding, the great Chinese culture originated from Xian, and this made it serve as the shining pearl right in the middle of the Yellow River. Xian is famous for a lot of tourist attractions, and perfect examples are – the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of Emperor Qin Shi Huang and the famous Silk Road which connects to Europe thousands of years ago.
Also, the longest river in China, “the Yangtze River” which passes through eleven provinces and cities is a sight to watch. Why not relish the cruise, fresh air and endless green mountains the Yangtze River promises and enjoy every bit of the holidays in China. In comparison, even with the Yangtze’s excellent view, the Li River is still calmer and the West Lake in Hangzhou, well cultivated.
Along these diverse folk customs and landscapes lies these rivers. Also, the deep origin of the famous Yangtze River is situated at the top of the mysterious Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. From this point, the holy Potala Palace, snow-capped Mt. Everest, and heavenly Namtso Lake are quite visible. At the Sichuan Basin, you can relish the sight of cute giant pandas and multicolored water of the Jiuzhai Valley. Also, at the UNESCO’s World Cultural and Natural Heritage Site in 1990, the Yellow Mountain located just beside the Yangtze River was also featured.