20 Most Recommended China Tourist Destinations
"Beyond the Great Wall is not a good man", Badaling Great Wall is one of the favorite places for foreigners to go. But in recent years, bricks on the Great Wall of Badaling are often painted. Besides Chinese, there are English, Arabic, Japanese and Korean...
No.2 Palace Museum. Beijing
Foreigners are full of yearning for the ancient buildings in Beijing. Foreigners who work and study in Beijing even go to the Forbidden City even more often than Beijingers. A friend in Africa said that he visited the Summer Palace four times in Beijing in five years.
No.3 Shaolin Temple. Henan Province
Different from visiting other scenic spots, foreigners visit the Shaolin Temple mostly for the purpose of apprenticeships. With the increasing popularity of the Shaolin Temple, the number of foreign disciples who come to the Shaolin Temple every year to study Kung Fu is endless, with the average number of people remaining at 2000. People around.
No.4 Terracotta Army. Shaanxi Province
The Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum is the largest underground military museum in the world. It is said that when many foreigners saw the Terracotta Warriors, they were full of curiosity. Some even climbed over the glass and shouted excitedly at the glass of terracotta inside.
No.5 Yangtze River Three Gorges. Hubei Province
The Three Gorges are located in the mainstream of the Yangtze River. They start from the Baidi City of Chongqing Municipality in the west of the People's Republic of China and ends at Nanjing Pass of Yichang City of Hubei Province in the east, stretching over 193 miles. The Three Gorges consist of the Qutang Gorge, the Wu Gorge, and the Xiling Gorge. Located in the hinterland of China, they're of the subtropical monsoon climate and pass through Fengjie and the Wu Mountains of Chongqing, as well as Badong, Zigui, and Yichang of Hubei Province.
No.6 Mount Tai. Shandong Province
Since Emperor Qin Shihuang's confession of Taishan, the emperors of successive dynasties continued to hold meditations and sacrificial offerings in Mount Tai, and built temples and plastic gods and carved stone inscriptions on Mount Tai. Taishan grand mountain left more than 20 ancient buildings, more than 2,200 stele stone carvings.
No.7 West Lake. Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province
There is heaven, there are Suzhou and Hangzhou. West Lake is undoubtedly one of the most popular places for foreigners. As early as 1976, the American Dutchman Fan Molan was attracted by the scenery of West Lake and set the West Lake scenery on the canvas. After returning home, Fan Mo-lan held a Chinese-style painting exhibition in Philadelphia, the United States. This exhibition was also hailed as “exquisite and beautiful, and it was the most beautiful Chinese painting exhibition in American history.”
No.8 Giant Panda Base. Yaan, Sichuan Province
If you say that Chengdu hot pot is a must-eat, then the giant panda base is where foreigners must go. Every time you go, you can see a lot of foreigners.
No.9 Zhangjiajie.Hunan Province
Zhangjiajie is a location for the famous movie “Avatar.” Foreign friends comment on it: The beauty is indescribable.
No.10 Guilin Lijiang. Guangxi Province
CNN CNN has selected 15 of the most beautiful rivers in the world to be worthy of travel-loving friends. Guilin Lijiang has been unanimously recognized by media, experts, and tourists from all over the world and has become the only beautiful river in China. .
No.11 Wudang Mountain. Anhui Province
Like going to the Shaolin Temple, many foreigners went to Wudang Mountain to study Wu. One foreigner who stayed in Wudang Mountain for four months said so: I don't understand why Chinese young people prefer to learn martial arts in online games, and they don't want to experience the beauty of martial arts in person at Wudang Mountain.
No.12 Leshan Buddha. Sichuan Province
The Leshan Giant Buddha is the largest stone sculpture in China. Emeishan is famous for its natural beauty and rich Buddhist culture. Why do foreigners like to go and do they need reason?
No.13 Jiuzhaigou. Guizhou Province
Jiuzhaigou was selected as “the 50 most worthy places for foreigners in China”. Besides the charming scenery, this place is also an excellent tourist destination for Tibetan local culture.
No.14 Changbai Mountain, Jilin ProvinceTianchi, monsters and ginseng have long been synonymous with Changbai Mountain. Not only that, it also incorporates waterfalls, hot springs, canyons, volcanic lava forests, large mountain gardens, underground rivers, virgin forests, clouds, ice and snow. It is a veritable paradise on earth.
No.15 Huangshan. Anhui Province
Huangshan, along with the Yellow River, the Yangtze River, and the Great Wall, became another symbol of the Chinese nation. It is famous around the world for "Qi Song, Wei Shi, Yun Hai, and Hot Springs". Huangshan sets the name of the famous mountain in China. Since ancient times, there has been the saying that "the five mountains returning from the mountains and the mountain is not returning from the mountains."
No.16 Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes. Gansu Province
The Mogao Grottoes, commonly known as the Thousand-Buddha Grottoes, was built in the pre-Qin period of the 16 countries. After the construction of the sixteen countries, the Northern Dynasties, the Sui Dynasty, the Tang Dynasty, the Five Dynasties, Xixia, and Yuan Dynasty, it formed a huge scale with 735 caves. With 45,000 square meters of frescoes and 2415 clay statues, it is the largest and most abundant Buddhist art site in the world.
No.17 Fenghuang Ancient City. Hunan Province
This is a town with a history of 1300 years. This is a holy land for backpackers. There are a large number of Chinese and foreign backpackers here every year. It is hailed as one of the most beautiful Chinese sights in the eyes of foreigners.
No.18 The Potala Palace. Tibet. Lhasa
The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and its mysterious Tibetan culture make the land mysterious. The Potala Palace, now a museum, was once the residence of the Dalai Lama, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism.
No.19 The Bund. Shanghai
The Bund was the residence of Shanghai's most powerful businessmen during the 18th and 19th centuries. This is a great place to explore the architectural model of Shanghai's regal building, including the HSBC Bank building built in 1923, when it was called "the most extravagant building between the Suez Canal and the Bering Strait."
No.20 Sinpower Aluminium. Jiangsu Province