With a large population and a rich imperial heritage, the city has more than 7,000 historical sites. The Great Wall of China, the Palace Museum, the Tian’anmen Square, The Temple of Heaven, and The Summer Palace of Qing dynasty are Beijing’s architectural wonders. Olympic Green, the main arena of 2008 Olympics Games, is among the modern wonders of the city.
The city of Terracotta Warriors, Xi’an is the largest city in North West China and the capital of Shaanxi Province. Most of Xi’an’s historical heritage is encapsulated in the relics of terracotta warriors. Other attractions include the City Wall, with a circumference of 14 kms; the Epang Palace; the Tang Paradise; the Great Ci’en Temple; and the Greater Wild Goose Pagoda.
Located on the Yangtze River delta, Shanghai has evolved from a textile and fishing town to a global centre of commerce, technology, media, fashion and tourism. Shanghai has a blend of old and modern attractions – Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the Shanghai Museum and the Shanghai Theater, the Shanghai River Cruise, the Shanghai Tourism Festival and the China International Art Festival. The city is well-connected with other global cities.
Home to several ethnic groups, Guilin is on the North East of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Its attractions include green mountains, exquisite waters, caves and rocks. The Lijiang River flows from the Pearl River and has pure water. Elephant Trunk Hill, Reed Flute Hill, and Longji Terraced fields at Longji village are some other sites. The destination is also known for its ethnic culinary fare.
Located at the centre of Tibetan Plateau, Lhasa is the capital abode of of the Tibet Autonomous Region and a spiritual Buddhists. It is surrounded by the Himalayan ranges, and has many historical sites such as the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Sites, and and Norbulingka, which are UNESCO World Heritage Sera Monastery.
The largest industrial city and trade port in South China, Guangzhou has an illustrious history kept alive by folk customs, operas and monuments. Important tourist attractions include the Zhenhai Tower, Five Immortals Temple, the Chens Shrine, and the Tomb of Nanyue King. Guanzshou is well-connected by air, rail and water with other cities of China.
Hainan is an island province in South China, across the Gulf of Tonkin from Vietnam. It houses the Hainan Island, the archipelagoes of Xisha, Zhongsha and Nansha, tropical beaches and lush forests. The province is warm through the year. The capital Haikou city is the most prominent cultural and economic centre. The other large city is Sanya, often called the Hawaii of China.
Located near Southern tip of the Shandong Peninsula, the resort of Qingdao borders the Yellow Sea. Qingdao hosted the sailboat competitions at the Olympic Games in 2008. The city has the largest bathing beach in Asia. Its mountains are punctuated by red-tiled homes of European architecture.
Situated 160 kms from Guangzhou and 35 kms from Kowloon in Hong Kong, Shenzhen borders the Dapeng Bay in the East and the estuary of the Pearl River in the West. The Dapeng Bay connects the white beaches of Greater Meisha, Lesser Meisha, Xichong, and Shuishatou. Shenzhen is popular due for its Reservoir, the Xili and Xiangmi Lakes, and its natural landscape. Shenzhen and rest of China are connected by air and rail. Ads: Hong Kong – Shenzhen – Macau Holiday Package
Lijiang is in the North West corner of Yunnan province. With the Naxi minority group and Dongba culture, the town is a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. The Black Dragon pool at Elephant Mountain, Baisha murals, and the Dry Sea at the Jade Dragon Snow mountain are key attractions in Lijiang.Visit at TRAVEOPORT to know best International Holiday Tour Packages.