China is vast, Off-the-scale massive.China points of interest are the Buddhist caves at Dunhuang, the charming former capitals of Luoyang and Kaifeng, and the great Taklamakan Desert in the far northwest. Some of China’s exceptional museums include Shaanxi History Museum, the Museum of Han Yangling, Xi’an Museum and Zhejiang Provincial Museum.
China officially known as the People’s Republic of China is a huge country in Eastern Asia with the world’s largest population.With coasts on the East China Sea, Korea Bay, Yellow Sea, and The South China Sea, it borders 14 nations.The spring festival (Chinese New Year) is the largest annual migration of people on earth.
The roughly 5000-year old Chinese civilization has endured through millennia of tumultuous upheaval and revolutions.The recorded history of Chinese civilization can be traced to the Yellow River valley, It is said to be the ‘cradle of Chinese civilization’.The Shang Dynasty, China’s first historically confirmed dynasty, and the Zhou Dynasty ruled across the Yellow River basin.
China points of interest will take your pick from the outstanding sapphire lakes of Tibet, swoon before the rice terraces of the south, hike the Great Wall as it meanders across mountain peaks; the impassive deserts of Inner Mongolia, islands of Hong Kong; get lost in green forests of bamboo or, when your energy fails you, flake out on a distant beach. Classic itineraries often rush visitors between the Forbidden City, The Great Wall, the Terracotta Army, Chengdu’s panda sanctuaries and a Three Gorges cruise, finishing up in frantic Shanghai.
China is a huge country with endless and affordable travel opportunities.The best weather is during spring (March until May, but avoid Easter) and autumn (late September to early November).
- MOUNT TAI
- FUJIAN TULOU
- DIAOLOU KAIPING
- LONGJI TERRACE
- YANGTZE RIVER
- TIGER LEAPING GORGE
- FORBIDDEN CITY
- YUNGANG GROTTOES
- ANCIENT TURPAN
- LABRANG MONASTERY
The languages that are spoken by China’s 56 recognized ethnic groups. The predominant language in China, which is divided into seven major dialect groups, is known as Hanyu (simplified Chinese: 汉语; traditional Chinese: 漢語; pinyin: Hànyǔ). The languages most studied and supported by the state include Chinese, Mongolian, Tibetan, Uyghur, and Zhuang. China has 297 living languages according to Ethnologue.Main foreign languages are English, Portuguese.
- Introduce yourself with Kiteboarding in Fujian.
- Hiking in Autonomous Region of Tibet.
- Enjoy Diving in Zhejiang.
- Taste Mountain biking in Yunnan.
- Surfing in Hainan.
- Get amazed, Swimming with sharks in Shanghai.
“TRAVEL IS ONLY THING YOU BUY, THAT’S MAKE YOU RICHER.”