Home to the Great Wall of China, China has many options for sightseeing. The most famous sightseeing in the country, the Great Wall of China is a barrier made up of a series of stone and clay fortification that...
Home to the Great Wall of China, China has many options for sightseeing. The most famous sightseeing in the country, the Great Wall of China is a barrier made up of a series of stone and clay fortification that protects northern China. This 8.851.8 km long Wall stretches from Lop Nur to Shanhaiguan.
The Great Wall collectively refers to the numerous walls built since the 5th century BC. The most popular among them is the one made by Qin Shi Huang, who was the first Emperor of China and reigned from 220 - 206 BC.
Waterfalls in China can be found in the Gizhou Province (Huangguoshu), Guangxi Province (Detian), Sichuan Province (Nuorilang Waterfall in Jiuzhaigou National Park) and Shanxi Province (Hukou).
Rivers such as Yellow River, Yangtze River and Li River can be enjoyed with the help of cruises. Tourists can view the beautiful scenery of Erhai Lake, Shuzheng Valley and Rize Valley through various cruises.
In addition, the natural caves in China can be found in Guangxi and Guizhou provinces in south-western China. Recognised caves comprise names like Crown Cave, Reed Flute Cave and Yellow Dragon Cave.
Apart from natural sights, tourists can visit the numerous World Heritage Sites in China. Some of these sights are Forbidden City (Beijing), Mount Taishan (Shandong), Old Town Lijiang, Shaolin Temple, Summer Palace (Beijing), Suzhou Gardens, Temple of Heaven and Terracotta Army (Xian).
China's historical heritage can be seen by visiting sites like Kunming Horticulture Expo Garden, Grand View Garden, Wuhan Provincial Museum, Hunan Provincial Museum, Song Zhuang Artist Village and Museum of Chinese Characters.
The country has many ancient towns such as Xuedou Mountain, Tongli, Daxu Ancient Town and Zhujiajiao Water Town. Towers and Pagodas meant for religious and political purposes comprise Four Towers in Early Qing Dynasty, People Liberation Monument, Small Wild Goose Pagoda and Big Wild Goose Pagoda.
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