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Our Picked China Attractions You Cannot Miss

The Great Wall of China
One of the largest man-made structures on the face of the earth, the Great Wall of China is a series of stone and earthen fortifications built to protect the borders of China. Taking into account all its branches, trenches and natural barriers, the wall stretches more than 8800 kilometers long.
Forbidden City
The Forbidden City or the Palace Museum is a cluster of ancient buildings which were once the power house during the Ming and Qing reigns. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace complex flaunts traditional Chinese palatial architecture. The entire complex is the world’s largest surviving palace complex and covers an area of over 178 acres.
Terracotta Warriors
It is an interesting collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the First Emperor of China. According to estimates there are more than 8000 soldiers, chariots, horses and other figurines which still remain in the pits. The army was buried with the Emperor.
The Bund
This is one of the most famous attractions in Shanghai. Literally meaning an embankment, the Bund is home to some of the most powerful buildings of the 18th and 19th century and was the financial hub of the country for a pretty long time.
Huangshan or Yellow
Another major tourist draw in China, the Huangshan or Yellow Mountain is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Noted for its enthralling scenery, mesmerizing sunsets and charming granite peaks, the mountains are anytime a visual treat. The typical Huangshan Pines and the natural flora makes the area typically attractive and is as ever a paradise.
Potala Palace
Located in Lhasa, the Tibet Autonomous Region, China, the Potala Palace was the residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama left for India. The site was a meditation retreat till the first palace was built by the Tibetan king, Songtsen Gampo, for his wife Princess Wen Cheng. Later the fifth Dalai Lama took up the construction and delivered the modern construction.
Dian Chi Lake
Fondly called as the ‘Sparkling Pearl Embedded in a Highland’, the Dian Chi Lake is an expansive inter-land lake on the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau in China. A fresh water lake, it covers an area of around 300 square kilometers. The surrounding forests add to the beauty of this cyan lake and make it a sight to behold.
Mogao Grottos
Also known as the ‘Caves of the Thousand Buddhas’, the caves have around 500 temples and are located in Gansu province of China. They are home to some of the finest examples of Buddhist art. They were first dug to serve as places of meditation. They are now one of the most famous ancient sculptural sites of China. The wall paintings here are particularly fascinating and flaunt flavors of arts of ancient India, Greece and Iran.
Hanging Temple
A marvel in Chinese engineering, the Hanging Temple or the Hanging Monastery is a temple built on to a cliff in the Shanxi province of China. Noted for its sheer drop, the temple was built around 1500 years ago. The architecture and style of the temple is typical with a fine blend of Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian elements.
Wolong National Nature
This is a protected wildlife area in the Sichuan province of China and is famous for preserving the endangered giant pandas. Spreading over an area of 200,000 hectares, the Nature Reserve is home to 4,000 different species of fauna. Wolong is reported to get around 100,000 visitors every year.

About China

Fast taking on as one of the most preferred travel destinations in the world, China is an unending adventure. The sheer diversity is what amazes everyone at the first instance. Preserving the relics of the world’s oldest civilization, China is home to some of the most baffling and enticing mysteries of the past. A concoction of history, tradition and loads of modernization, China is a feast for any traveler. From local traditional markets to happening malls, shopping is anytime an obsession here. Offering the most extensive menu, Chinese food is again a delight to any food lover. Look out for some of the best known natural wonders too, for Mother Nature has blessed China abundantly.
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Shop till you Drop in China

Though a little known fact, China is a shopper’s paradise anytime. What fascinates any shopper is the variety and uniqueness that the Chinese markets have to offer. From traditional markets with small stalls to big malls with the swankiest of stores China has a lot to offer. Known to be the World’s Factory, Chinese markets are filled with goodies of all kinds. Shanghai is one shopping hub here with interesting shopping streets and cities. Beijing has fast become a shopping arena with the huge number of shopping malls and superstores that have come up here. For a more typical shopping experience, visit Guangzhou for the Trade Fair. Overall, shopping can be a unique experience anywhere in China. The Bailian Zhonghuan Mall in Shanghai is one of the finest in China and is the largest shopping mall in the area offering excellent shopping and entertainment avenues. Some other best known ones in China include Guangzhou China Plaza, Causeway Mall with its over 1000 retail outlets, Harbor City Hong Kong which is a luxury mall featuring high-end boutiques, and Grand View Mall with its 3D Movie Theatre and ice-skating rink.

Feasting in China

Chinese cuisine is definitely one of the best loved in the world, and when in China one should not miss out on the authentic ones served here, right in China. Try out the mainstream non-specialty restaurants, as they serve the common dishes mostly known to people who eat Chinese outside China. Expect different styles and cuisines in different districts of China. Sichuan cuisine is more spicy and hot than the rest of the country. A free use of red chili pepper and seasoning makes it spicier. In Shanghai you can expect a sweeter version of the general Chinese cuisine. Dumplings are a must in Shanghai for their mouthwatering taste. Visit Hong Kong for the most tempting dim sums on earth. Ding Tai Feng is a nice place to try out some authentic Taiwanese while Mei Long Zhen is the best place serving Shanghainese. Other good places to try out good food include Whisk, Di Shui Dong and Tsui Hang Village Restaurant. One of the best known vegetarian restaurants is the Chi Lin Vegetarian.