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Packed with history, culture, and natural wonders, a trip to one of the world's oldest civilizations is surely like no other. Some of the must-sees include the magnificent Great Wall in the imperial city of Beijing, the spectacular Terracotta Warriors in historic Xi'an, the adorable giant pandas in Chengdu, and the stunning karst peaks in the scenic city of Guilin. Of course, these are just a few of the top experiences you can expect to have in this ancient and diverse land. Let us know your tastes and interests and customize a one-of-a-kind China tour for you, or you can first take a look at our sample tour ideas below and get inspired.
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It's hard to include all the highlights of China in one single page as it is a nation with extremely diverse cultures and terrains and with so many fantastic things to see and do. Here are the must-sees and dos combined with history, culture and scenery.
Probably being the No.1 reason why people are craving to visit China, Great Wall is awe inspiring and breathtaking in its magnitude that would not disappoint those on their first trip to Beijing. The recommended section for first-time visitor would be Mutianyu, which is part of the wild wall with less tourists than at Badaling, while adventurers can head for the section of Jingshanling, Simatai or Jiankou for a wilder experience.
Another top highlight of China. Built in the early 15th century, the palace was once the imperial residence in the dynasties of Ming and Qing. Now it is partly open to the public with tremendous royal architecture and priceless treasures. It is difficult to express the majesty of this massive palace complex. Visitors also find it impossible to visit the 980 buildings in a day.
The breathtaking site of Terracotta Warriors and Horses was buried under the ground with first emperor of China in 210 BC and excavated in the 70s. Inside the pits opened there are more than 8,000 life-size soldiers, 130 chariots with horses and 150 cavalry horses along with non-military figures like officials and musicians. Some refer to it as the "8th wonder of the world".
A visit to Shanghai is not complete without touring the city's famous waterfront, once known as Oriental Wall Street with powerful banks and trading houses. The Bund is also called Museum of Architecture due to the presence of many European neoclassical buildings built in the early 20th century. Make an evening visit to soak up the electric views of Pudong and the illuminated grandeur of the Bund, take a relaxing boat ride on the Huangpu River, or simply unwind at some awesome bars and restaurants.
Vitoria Peak is one of the most popular places to visit in Hong Kong. Located at the highest point of Hong Kong Island, the Peak offers spectacular view of verdant woods, Vitoria Harbour, Hong Kong Island and surrounding islands. It's most recommended to take the Peak Tramp ride to reach the Peak.
Surrounded by surreal karst mountains, Yangshuo is one of China's most picturesque and captivating town, much explored by world travelers. Take a stroll through the vibrant West Street where the East and the West meet, get on a bike to explore the serene countryside to see rice paddies, farms and rolling hills, or take a relaxing bamboo raft ride to take in the amazing views of the Yulong River.
These lovely creatures are seen as national treasure of China and adored by people worldwide. The most popular place to see giant pandas is Chengdu, home to several well-known giant panda reserves including Chengdu Panda Base, Dujiangyan Panda Base and Bifengxia Panda Base. Do pay a visit to one of these panda bases to come eye to eye with China's most famous animal. Show/Hide all
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