It is the world’s longest human-made construction (6,500 km - 4,000 miles approximately).
The Great Wall crosses the country from east to west. It was built by millions of people during Ming dynasty. Now it is one of the new seven wonders. Watchtowers of Simatai (semi-ruined section of wall) have beautiful views of the adjacent hills.
It was the historical residence of the Dalai Lama. Located in the high Himalayan plateau (in Lhasa, capital of Tibet), it is a magnificent architectural place converted recently into a museum with around 1,000 rooms, 10,000 shrines and about 200,000 statues. Every year Buddhist pilgrims from all over China and even the world go to Potala Palace.
It is a collection of eight thousand individually sculpted figures of warriors and horses, many of them life-size, situated close to the Mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor (near to Xi'an). Terracotta Army has guarded the pyramid tomb for 2,000 years.
It is a legendary political and commercial centre. Kashgar oasis is where ancient routes of China converge. It was a Muslim city on the Silk Road in medieval Turkistan. Every Sunday you can revive a millennial experience in bazaars of Kashgar.
Li River Cruise
Its course of 437 kilometers is flanked by unique green hillsides. This beautiful river is a picture-perfect landscape of limestone pinnacles and iridescent green paddy fields as well as bamboo thickets, Guangxi's cormorant fishermen and water buffalo.
It is a modern area with a permanent floating city at the south shore of the Hong Kong Island. Aberdeen is plenty of restaurants, houseboats and water-taxis.
The native name means "twelve thousand rice fields". This exuberant region is located into the tropical south of China, the steamy forests of the indigenous minority region as the Dai people, show villages of wooden huts, fields of sugar cane and a variety of exotic wildlife.
The old capital of the Naxi kingdom, also called Dayan, is a mix of wooden houses, waterways, stone bridges and cobbled streets in the foothills of the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. It was once a convergence for trade along the tea horse road.
It is located on a fertile plateau among the mountains of Yunnan. Bai and Yi minorities have remained in the region for hundreds of years. Dali is famous for the diverse types of marble it produces, which are used principally in construction and for decorative objects.