Beijing, the capital of China, is the country’s political, cultural and international
trade center. Once inhabited by 34 emperors for more than 800 years, Beijing boasts
a great number of treasures at all aspects. Visits between ancestral traditions
and relics, natural sceneries, parks and local inhabitants... Beijing is the must-see
city of any travel to China that will never let you down.More...
A high tourist city of international influence, Xi’an enjoys equal fame as Beijing
as one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China and home of the First Emperor
of China mausoleum. Standing as an epicenter of early Chinese civilization, Xi’an,
the "Natural History Museum of China", flourishes with remnants of this
great ancient past everywhere and numerous scenic and cultural sights.More...
Often referred as the "Pearl of China", Shanghai, China’s most famous
city in the world, is a financial, economic and foreign trade metropolis that can
be compared easily with other big cities such as Hong Kong, New York or London.
Huge skyscrapers, Bund, big shopping malls, museums, multicultural people… the sleepless
Shanghai is where the modernity and up-to-date country that has become China.More...
A famous Chinese saying goes it that "Landscapes in Guilin is second to none
under heaven". Indeed, the picturesque Li River, the peculiar karst peaks and
caves, and the Chinese painting-like rural landscapes have been well-known as Guilin’s
labels. Such a jewel celebrated by generations of poets and painters, Guilin is
a unique tourist city that travelers have to see at least once in their lives. More...
Being a design model for Hallelujah Mountain in the famous movie "Avatar",
Zhangjiajie was quickly known by more foreigners. The lush vegetation growing there:
karst upthrusts, waterfalls, limestone caves and rivers where hundreds of rare flora
and fauna species live all together in a harmonious way makes Zhangjiajie a relief
for any traveler looking for some natural sceneries of grandiose beauty. More...
There is no a second province like Yunnan in China that 54 of the total 56 Chinese
ethnic groups live together. Of course, there is no lack of wonderful natural scenery
and ancient relics in this fairyland-like place. Endowed with the best highlights
of the province, Kunming, Dali, Diqing (Shangri-La), Lijiang and Xishuangbanna can
definitely feast you with their diverse beauties.More...
Influenced by the nearby Hong Kong and Macao, Guangzhou is somewhat the first city
travelers to China will visit, and also a busy port and a worldly famous economic,
gastronomic and tourist halt city. Historical site, home to some international events,
cultural diversity and delightful delicacies, a trip to Guangzhou is entering in
the deep and harmonious diversity of the Chinese culture! More...
The longest river in China and Asia as well as a cradle of Chinese civilization,
Yangtze River is historically, culturally, and economically important to China,
which famous for numerous stunning natural wonders and rich amount of historical
and cultural relics; indeed, the Yangtze has a wide array of ecosystems, verdant
mountains and endemic species that stand as the last specimens on earth. More...