The most exciting Chinese attractions

The Great Wall

One of the main attractions for any trip to China, the Great Wall is a must-see. It spans nearly 4,000 miles. The most ideal locations to see the Great Wall are relatively close to Beijing and include Mutianyu, Jinshanling, and Huanghuacheng, and Badaling – arguably the most popular spot.

Yangshuo Town

Wondering what it feels like living in a traditional Chinese village like Mulan? Visit Yangshuo Town to experience just that! Unleash your inner Mulan while having a ride in the famous Li River Cruise, plus enjoy the beautiful landscape surrounded by mountains and caves.

Beijing - Imperial Capital and First Choice

Beijing, the capital of the country for over 850 years, is the first choice of international travelers. A perfect combination of classic elegance and modernity, it is the best China destination to give you a comprehensive understanding of the country.

The best Chinese destinations

Xi'an — See the Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army in Xi'an is considered one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world. More than 6,000 life-size terracotta warriors and horses have been unearthed, all with different expressions and poses. Many remain interred.

Chengdu — Hometown of Giant Pandas

Although there are giant pandas in zoos in various places around the world, the best place to see pandas is in Chengdu. Chengdu is also famous for delicious Sichuan food like kung pao chicken and spicy hotpot. You can experience cooking the most authentic Sichuan cuisine with a local chef.

The Summer Palace

An easy 15-kilometer commute from Beijing, the sumptuous Imperial Summer Palace (Yíhé Yuán) is set amid more than 700 acres of beautiful parkland and is one of China's most visited attractions. While the palace itself was built in 1153, its large lake was added in the 14th century to enhance the Imperial Gardens.

The most important things to know before traveling to China

  • 01

    Bring a translator

    If you need to do your banking face to face, you may need to bring a local to help translate. Very few bank employees will have sufficient English to help you, although in larger cities such as Beijing or Shanghai they should have an English speaker on staff.

  • 02

    Sidestep difficult breakfasts

    Outside of large cities and internationally branded hotels, Chinese hotel breakfasts cater exclusively to the local market. This is no issue for anyone fond of congee and pickles, but can be an unimaginable hurdle for children or picky eaters.

  • 03

    Don't Cross the Street Without Looking

    This one is pretty self-explanatory: the streets in Beijing are pretty wild. Cars are allowed to turn right everywhere, even when the pedestrian lights are on green, meaning you have to be on the look-out even when you are crossing at a green light.

Heroes Behind the Company

Do you want to get on the most exciting trip in your life? Then visit China. This is a wonderful country of plains, deserts, volcanoes, seas, estuaries and the oldest civilization that dates back thousands of years. China is a populated state in East Asia encompassing 1.4 billion or nearly twenty percent of the earth’s population.

That’s why a huge number of people from all around the world travel to China to explore these widely stretched natural beauties. Don't hesitate and get on a trip right now to the most amazing countries all over the world.

Zhi Ruo Mackay

A tour guide in China

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