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The ancient treasures and modern wonders of China span 5000 years of culture and history. As one of the oldest civilizations this vast and multi-faceted country is an awe inspiring beauty…  

The Terracotta Army in Xi'an, aka Terracotta Warriors and Horses, is a super large collection of life-size terra cotta sculptures in battle formations, reproducing the mega imperial guard troops of Emperor Qin Shi Huang (259 - 210BC), the first emperor of the first unified dynasty of Imperial China.

 

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TERRACOTA ARMY

The giant panda is not only deeply loved by the Chinese and one of China's national treasures, but by many foreigners alike. Although there are many zoos in China and elsewhere, where you can see a giant panda, the best place to see them is Chengdu — the giant panda's "hometown".

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GIANT PANDAS

Considered one of the world's most important historic gardens, the Classical Gardens of Suzhou ​in Jiangsu province.

The garden boasts a pool, several attractive buildings, a man-made hill, a grove of peach trees, and a lovely covered pathway on the walls

CLASSIC GARDENS OF SUZHOU

Situated in the northwest of Beijing, the Summer Palace is the largest and most well-preserved royal park in China.

The Summer Palace is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing. It was an imperial garden in the Qing Dynasty.

THE SUMMER PALACE

It took millennia to build, but today the Great Wall of China stands out as one of the world's most famous landmarks.

An ancient series of walls and fortifications located in northern China –built around 500 years ago it runs for over 21,000km

GREAT WALL OF CHINA

China's largest and most important building, the Forbidden City — also known as the Imperial Palace — is situated in the very heart of Beijing and is a must-see when visiting the country.

Other important attractions in the vicinity of the Imperial Palace include the;

Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven, one of the country's most important religious sites, which dates back to the 15th century.

FORBIDDEN CITY & IMPERIAL PALACE

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Located about a mile northwest of the ancient city of Dali in southern China, The Three Pagodas are one of the best preserved Buddhist structures in China having endured several man-made and natural catastrophes.

THREE PAGADOS

Located along the ancient Silk Road  the Mogao Caves at Dunhuang are representative of early Buddhist cave art. Unlike the Yungang Caves, which featured Buddhas carved into hillsides, the Mogao Grottoes mostly feature murals painted on cave walls. Some of the paintings date back to the fourth century.

MOGAO CAVES

Considered one of the world's most important historic gardens, the Classical Gardens of Suzhou ​in Jiangsu province.

The garden boasts a pool, several attractive buildings, a man-made hill, a grove of peach trees, and a lovely covered pathway on the walls

FORBIDDEN CITY & IMPERIAL PALACE

Lijiang Old Town is one of Yunnan Province’s top tourist magnets, drawing visitors who want to sample life in a minority area.

A well-preserved city in China it has a history of over 800 years it is now listed as UNESCO World Heritage site.

LIJIANG OLD TOWN

Built on the cliffs of Mt. Hengshan,one of the five most sacred mountains in China is the Hanging Monstery.  Consisting of a complex of 40 rooms linked together by mid-air corridors and walkways, this remarkable monastery appears to be glued to the side of a sheer precipice. 

HANGING MONASTERY

China's financial hub, Pudong is a district located in Shanghai on the eastern side of the Huangpu River. 

A statement of contemporary and modern buildings at its center stands the the symbolic Oriental Pearl Tower.

PUDONG SKYLINE

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