When visiting a foreign country as beautiful as China, you want to be able to see the best place and do all the greatest things to do. Although there are so many fun things to do and see in China, it doesn’t mean you can visit all those places. Simply narrow down the best places to visit and visit a fraction of those areas.
The Forbidden City
This is a Palace Museum that sits in-the-middle of Beijing, where the world-famous portrait made by Mao Zedong hangs on the crimson wall. It is the imperial seat of Ming and Qing’s dynasty; emperors that offers very valuable ancient Chinese history.
The Great Wall
The Great Wall is located across China covering 5,500 miles. Although the latest constructions weren’t until 1368, the Ming Dynasty was first constructed over 2,000 years ago. The Great Wall is made up from numerous interconnecting walls that spans China in different warlords and dynasties.
Hangzhou is considered to be the “Paradise on Earth”. It’s a gorgeous city centered around famed West Lakes. The green city is also filled with gardens, pavilions, and tranquil temples bustling the most historic streets in China. The hills that surround the city have become very famous for growing longjing green tea.
The Bund or embankment was the seat in Shanghai’s valuable businessmen in 1800s. The Bund’s a fabulous destination that’s all about Shanghai’s rich architecture history made in 1923.
Potala palace is a Chinese museum that was traditionally the Dalai Lama. It’s famous for its white walls surrounded at the red palace. It is a very breathtaking place filled with numerous attractions.
Jiuzhaigou Valley is the nature reserve in a China’s Sichuan province. Jiuzhaigou is popular for its multi-level waterfalls and crystal blue lakes. Since it’s at the Tibetan villages, you’ll experience a new local culture.
Tiananmen is the biggest central city squares in the world, where it serves the city’s symbol and China. It is surrounded by significant edifices making it highly visited everyday.
The World’s Most Famous Temples
Throughout China’s vast years of history, many religions have been existed in all the different dynasties. Temples from these times still remain today, with some of the being hundreds of years old!
The Beijing zoo is filled with all sorts of Chinese animals including pandas. It definitely will give tourists a better knowledge on Chinese animals.