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10 Top Travel Destinations in China
China is proud for being chosen as a wonderful tour destination as the country offers amazing natural wonders, antique sites and relics, delicate water towns, diversified folk customs, imposing imperial palaces, and splendid cultural heritage. It may take a while to visit all these attractions, but it is fairly to tour the best tourist attractions.
Here are handpicked tour itineraries to highlight China.

Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong

It feels like climbing the Great Wall of China when you come across a view of the Victoria Harbour from the Victoria Peak in Hong Kong. Victoria Harbour is a symbol of success and prosperity as you see the best spots of Hong Kong from a bird’s eye view. Here you see skyrocketing structures in the busy Victoria Harbour, which stretches to Mainland China. At night, you see gorgeous scenery especially with the Symphony of Lights from various buildings dancing in unison.

The Bund, Shanghai

The Bund, which is a recognizable architectural symbol in Shanghai, boasts of colonial European buildings and skyscrapers on the other side of Hangpu that is home to one of the world’s foremost business districts. The Bund became prosperous in the late 18th century to early 19th century.

The Potala Palace in Lhasa

The Potala Palace is a symbol of Tibet, which in 1994 was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. It is a huge treasure house that features articles and materials from the Tibetian history, culture, art and religion. The palace houses many Buddhist statues, precious sculptures, scriptures, murals, antiques, and religious jewelleries.

Giant Pandas in Chengdu

Everyone whether young and old, local or foreigner, wants to see cute pandas. China offers tourists a lot of zoos to explore, but the popular giant pandas are best found in their hometown Chengdu.

The Yellow Mountains

The Yellow Mountains, which got its name from the legendary Yellow Emperor Huang Di in 747 AD, is a famous and beautiful mountainous area in China and was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990. The Yellow Mountains has spectacular natural scenery including mystical seas of cloud and oddly-shaped pines and rocks.

The Li River in Guilin

The karst landscape along the Li River has captured the heart of artists. Generations of Chinese poets and painters have been inspired by the beauty of nature there, using their pens and brushes to capture the breathtaking natural scenery. These days, Li River in Guilin has been a renowned photography destination, where you see steep cliffs, startling hills, and farming villages lined with bamboo groves.

Yangtze River and the Three Gorges

In China, it is known as Chang Jiang or Long River which has been China’s major transportation route for 2,000 years. The mighty Yangtze River extends more than 6,000 kilometres, making it the longest and most important river in China. It is also the third longest in the world after the Nile and Amazon. The Yangtze flows from Shanghai in the east and Tibet in the west through eight provinces.

Terracotta Army in Xi’an

Terracotta Army in Xi’an has been laid underground for over 2,000 years; however, in 1974, farmers uncovered one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world and became World Cultural Heritage in 1987.

Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace, Beijing

Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace is a must-see when visiting China as it is its biggest and most relevant structure in the heart of Beijing. Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace, Beijing was constructed during the Yuan Dynasty between 1271-1368. Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace served as the residence of 24 Qing and Ming Emperors, who forbade entry of local people except those from the imperial family and their courtesans.

The Great Wall of China

For many travellers, you need to climb the longest wall in the world – the Great Wall of China – as it is an iconic symbol in China with an amazing feat of ancient defensive structures. It brings in some scenery with its winding patch over steep mountains and rugged country. It is considered a UNESCO World Heritage Site in China and one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World.”