The adventurer Marco Polo discovered China through his writings, considering this large country of Asia as a symbol of mystery and alienation. Despite decades of economic growth, this vast country has not lost any of its charms. Indeed, the contrast between China’s ancient customs and the diversity of the new ultra-modern state only adds to the fascination with Chinese culture that dates back many millennia.
China has the famous Great Wall, 6,700 kilometers from the Yellow Sea to Central Asia, and these temples commemorate the souls of ancient Eastern religions. It provides unlimited opportunities to explore China as a tourist destination. You can choose to sail on a luxurious cruise ship with picturesque Yangtze roar, explore the hazy city or explore the serenity of an ancient temple, which is why China is known as a popular tourist destination.
- The Terracotta Army.
- The Summer Palace.
- Cruising the Li River.
- Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding.
- The Yangtze River and the Three Gorges.
- The Classical Gardens of Suzhou.
- The Potala Palace, Tibet.
- Hangzhou’s Historic West Lake.
- Leshan Giant Buddha.
- The Hong Kong Skyline.