Top 5 Reasons To Visit China

It’s only natural to get discouraged about checking out the top 5 reasons to visit China when you think about the distance as well as the language barrier. But if you find a chance to acquire more courage and interest, you should definitely book a trip to the country and visit the following cities and sites.

Beijing Botanical Gardens

Botanical Gardens Beijing, China

Beijing is formerly known as Peking, this city is actually the center of the country’s culture, politics, technology advancements and international exchanges. It accommodates 19,612,368 locals and receives as much as 3 million tourists per year. As anyone can see, it can get a bit crowded any time of year. But we at Paramount Travel recommend you see the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven, you should make this capital your first stop.

In Shanghai, there is much to appreciate about this city as the former entry, with historical landmarks such as the Yuyuan Garden, The Bund, the City God Temple, and the Jade Buddha Temple. But what sets it apart from the rest of China’s precious districts is the fact that it is the centerpiece of the country’s booming economy. like Turkey, anyone who’s looking to engage in some business transactions should place this destination as a priority in their itinerary.

The Yangtze River may not be a Chinese city, but it has earned a place in the top 5 reasons to visit China. So when you are in the area, you might as well seek it out and go for a romantic cruise across this expansive and lengthy miracle of nature. The Yangtze River was one of the birthplaces of civilization and has witnessed the rise and fall of a great nation. If you are to experience what China is all about, there is no acceptable cause for you to be missing out on it.

Xi'an Muslim Quarter China

The Xi’an Muslim Quarters in China

Xi’an is the largest city in the northwest part of China and serves as the home of the infamous Terracotta Army, a collection of sculptures that represent the army of the first Emperor if China, Quin Shi Huang. They were said to have been buried to protect the emperor as he embarked on the afterlife and that he had constituents to rule over. As an added feature to this last entry for the top 5 reasons to visit China, Xian also is the main access to the Silk Road that crosses the whole continent of Asia

The Juizhaigou Valley, translated as “The Valley of Nine Villages”, this particular sanctuary that rests on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau and the Sichuan province is actually a nature reserve and national park. It hosts a hoard of multi-level waterfalls, snow-capped mountain peaks and breath-taking lakes that make every guest feel like they are in a fairytale. It’s beauty is so appealing that it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site back in 1992.

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