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Five Amazing Places in China Worth Visiting One Day

Although China is such a huge country full of wonderful places, today I am going to share my five personal favorites. These five destinations are breathtaking and surely worth every tourist’s or traveler’s time. Moreover, in recent years, China has become one of the most attractive countries for all travelers. And if you don’t know [...]

Although China is such a huge country full of wonderful places, today I am going to share my five personal favorites. These five destinations are breathtaking and surely worth every tourist’s or traveler’s time. Moreover, in recent years, China has become one of the most attractive countries for all travelers. And if you don’t know where to start, this short list might be a great starting point.

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Leshan Giant Buddha

For spiritual pursuits or just for the excellent views, make a stop at Leshan Giant Buddha. Built in the eighth century to calm a raging river almost in the middle of the forest, this massive sculpture of Buddha will take your breath away for sure. In fact, it is the largest sitting Buddha on the planet and a real architectural miracle of the ancient Chinese people. So this Buddha surely belongs on this list. 

Hanging Temple

Another stop is also a sacred place. Very near the capital of China, the city of Beijing, there is this incredible hanging temple. Suspended over 100 feet above the valley, the temple’s buildings are all connected by a series of wooden walkways, making a stunning view and a unique experience while walking on them. In fact, this great temple is famous for its mix of Buddhist, Taoist, and Confucian influences, and is not that popular among tourists. So then you visit it you might not meet tons of annoying tourists walking around and blocking the breathtaking view.

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Terracotta Army

You must visit the famous Terracotta Army while visiting China. The site features thousands of life-sized soldiers, officers, horses, and chariots, each with individualized faces and uniforms making it all look very real and surprisingly scary. In fact, all of this was made to honor one ancient Chinese emperor. So you will get a chance to walk in a massive grave. Despite this fact, the Terracotta Army is one of the most popular tourists attractions in China, and it would be a sin not to stop by here.

Great Wall of China

No list of must-see places in China can be without the Great Wall. We all know at least one myth about it – that we can see it from space – but, in fact, the Great Wall of China has a lot more to offer than that. No wonder why it is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, along with Egypt’s pyramids and other architectural wonders. And since we all know this fact, there are millions of tourists there too. So to avoid those huge masses, try visiting it in winter when the tourists season is over. And make sure to bring comfortable shoes as well.

Yangshuo

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The name of Yangshuo might not be famous, but I bet that you seen a little bit of this extraordinary place already. Remember those floating mountains in James Cameron’s movie the Avatar? Well, these mountains were inspired by real existing Yangshuo Mountains! And you just must visit it one day! Many travelers describe Yangshuo as their favorite part of China, and also recommend renting bikes to explore places without tons of other people wandering around. Trust me, just search for images of this place and you won’t need any further explanations why you must see it one day.

 

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