China offers opportunities for sightseeing, adventure activities, shopping and experimenting with cuisines. Numerous World Heritage Sites dot the map of China, including the Great Wall of China and Forbidden City....
China offers opportunities for sightseeing, adventure activities, shopping and experimenting with cuisines. Numerous World Heritage Sites dot the map of China, including the Great Wall of China and Forbidden City. The country also has numerous cultural, natural and mixed world heritage sites, such as Imperial Palace, Peking Man, Jiuzhaigou Valley, Mount Sanqingshan National Park, Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan Protected Areas and Mount Emei Scenic Area, to name a few.
Other tourist attractions include monasteries like Shaolin Temple and Shangri-La Monastery. Museums of China, like the Palace Museum, National Museum and the Shandong Tianyu Museum of Nature in Pingyi County also attract a lot of people.
Besides sightseeing, tourists can also enjoy shopping for silk, batik, tea, wine, porcelain, antiques, herbs and various other items from the local markets of Hangzhou, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Dangdong and Sichhuan, as well as Beijing and Shanghai.
Food lovers can taste authentic Chinese cuisine at restaurants, five star hotels, or shops across the streets. The popular dishes are noodles, dim sum, soup and drinks like tea and wine. Furthermore, tourists can also indulge in activities like golfing, ice-skating, cycling, hiking and trekking in major tourist destinations, particularly Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai.
The country can be explored through the various excursions and tours organised in different cities of China. Sightseeing tours to popular tourist attractions like Great Wall, Forbidden City, the Ming Tombs, the Summer Palace and the Temple of Heaven are available.
Adventure lovers can also visit the many ski resorts like Beijing Snow World Ski Park, where they can enjoy skiing, snowboarding and other exciting activities. Moreover, tourists can also choose from bus tours, day and weekend trips, as well as nature tours, offered by tour operators.
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