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China City Guide

China is one of the popular destinations in the world and each city of the country has its unique history, culture and sights, which thus ensure any China tour a wonderful adventure. Discover what each tourist destination of China owned in our China City Guide, you can find the landscapes, cultures and so forth of each city has to offer, and how best to travel through them.

Beijing

Beijing

Beijing, commonly known as Peking, the capital of China, is considered as China’s political, cultural and international trade centre. It is a major transportation hub to every single part of the country. Travelers coming for the first time to China can not do without stopping by the Imperial city that is Beijing. Visits between ancestral traditions and relics, natural sceneries, parks and local inhabitants… Beijing is the must-see city of any travel to China.
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Xi'an

Xi'an

One of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, home of the First Emperor of China mausoleum, Xi'an is known as the "Natural History Museum of China" with numerous scenic, historical and cultural sights; it is one of the jewels of the country and a high tourist city of international influence. Standing as one of the epicenter of early Chinese civilization, Xi'an flourishes with remnants of this great ancient past every where Read More...

Suzhou

Suzhou

Suzhou, a charming city lying in the middle of the Yangtze River Delta, is a worldwide famous stop-off point on a China tour. A Famous silk, garden and water town since early ages, Suzhou was considered as a jewel on Marco Polo's journey to Asia during the late 13th century. Also called the "Old Town Suzhou" or the "Oriental Venice", the city is the Chinese embodiment of balance and harmony with delicate combination of water, trees, rocks and buildings. Read More...

Shanghai

Shanghai

Shanghai, China's most famous city in the world, is often referred as "Pearl of China". It is a major financial, economic and foreign trade metropolis of tremendous influence all over Eastern Asia and the world. City of fashion, commerce, culture, the sleepless Shanghai was host of World Expo 2010; skyscrapers, Bund, shopping malls, museums, western restaurants, multicultural people… Shanghai is a dreamlike city where are the modernity and up-to-date country that has become China. Read More...

Yangtze River

Yangtze River

Yangtze River, the longest river in China and the third-longest in the world, is one of the cradles of Chinese culture. It is historically, culturally, economically and agricultural important to China, which winds through some of the country's most amazing areas with numerous stunning natural wonders, the spectacular Three Gorges, famed historical places of interests, uncountable animal species and appealing legends stories. Read More...

Mount Huang

Mount Huang

Huangshan, or Yellow Mountain, is a very famous mountain and high scenic spot located near Huangshan City in East China. Known for its cloud views, sunrises, twisted pine trees and granite peaks, Huangshan is a marvel for hikers and lovers of mountainous sightseeing. Voted as one of China's top 10 sights, Huangshan's area is also ranked as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its uniqueness and great beauty that makes it fame all over the world. Read More...

Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Enclosed in the Pearl River Delta and the South China Sea, Hong Kong is a leading financial, economic and trade city in Asia and in the world often compared with Shanghai, New York and London, Being British's concession from 1842 to 1997, it has a history and culture mixing of past Chinese and British influences. As a highly developed city, Hong Kong is an economic, political, entertainment and shopping hub and flourishes with many different cultural influences. Read More...

Guilin

Guilin

Guilin, famous all over the world for its landscapes "the best under heaven", is a beautiful scenic city lying in Northeast Guangxi Zhang Autonomous Region, South China. Situated on the west bank of the Li River(Li Jiang), Guilin, literally meaning " forest of osmanthus" in Chinese, took its name from the large number of osmanthus trees spreading out everywhere in the city. Today, the charming city is a top tourist city and has always been the center of rich history and culture. Read More...

Kunming

Kunming

Registered as the political, economical and cultural center of Yunnan Province, Kunming flourishes with lots of assets that rank it as an important tourist city. Wide palm-lined roads, sky scraping modem buildings, modern city center intertwining with ancient buildings… Kunming is a dynamic city lying in the gorgeous landscape of the Yunnan Province renowned among the backpackers and amateurs of outdoor sports community.
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Chengdu

Chengdu

As part of a mountainous area set in the so-called "country of heaven" or "land of abundance", Chengdu is one of the rare Chinese cities that never changed name during its history. Compared to a brocade and hibiscus city, it is a major transportation and economic hub to Southwest China and enjoys a great historical past mingled with rich natural features. Namely, Chengdu is worldly renowned for being the place where the few last preserved Giant Pandas live. Read More...

Tibet

Tibet

Tibet, just hearing this name makes our soul change, makes our spirit travel to another world of azure sky, temples, orange-clad monks and serene nomads. Often referred to as "the rooftop of the world" or "the third pole of the globe", Tibet is a marvel for pilgrims to look for large-scale sceneries and Buddhist spirituality. Home to the Dalai Lama, it fills the curiosity of people in need of rest and relaxing moments. Read More...

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