*Li River *LongJi *Yang shuo and West
Street *Elephant Trunk Hill
Xian was called Chang'an in ancient times. As
one of China's seven ancient national capitals, it served as the capital for 12
dynasties spanning more than 1,000 years.
Guilin is a must when you travel to China. The
stunning landscape in which the city is situated has a kind of magic that is all
its own. Strangely shaped hills, karsts, with the verdant vegetation ranging
from bamboo to conifers together with wonderful caves....
*Stone Forest, Xishan *Erhai Lake and Cangshan
Mountain *Lijiang *ShangriLa
The Chinese often refer to Sichuan as the Heavenly
Kingdom, a reference to the province 's abundance in natural resources and
Yunnan is one of the most alluring destinations in
China, with terrain ranging from tropical rainforest to snow-capped Tibetan
peaks. It's also the home to a third of all China's ethnic minorities, and
half of all China's plant and animal species.
*Zhuo zheng Yuan *Tiger Hill *West Lake *Lingyin
Yangtze River Cruises specialize in tours of
China to cross the Three Gorges, also include exploration of the
breathtaking Shennong Stream, and ample opportunity to learn about the ancient
Suzhou is located in the southeast of Jiangsu
Province, owns a beautiful landscape known as ''Heaven on the
Earth''... Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang Province, is at the southern end of
the Grand Canaland and one of China's seven ancient national
*Potala Palace *Namtso Lake *Norbu
Lingka *Sera Monastery *Shigatse
Grottoes are an outdoor art museum of stone carvings
and have significant value. The Longmen Grottoes near Luoyang (Henan Province),
the Mogao Caves near Dunhuang (Gansu Province) and the Yungang Grottoes near
Datong(Shanxi Province), are known as the three greatest stone sculpture
treasure houses in China.
The rooftop of the world, also called 'Shangri-La'
and 'the Land of Snows', when Tibet opened to tourism in the mid-1980s, it was
no longer the magical Buddhist kingdom. Most of Tibet is made up of an immense
plateau that lies at an altitude of 4000m to 5000m.