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The Most Beautiful Places in China

1. Li River
Li River Li River
Location: Guilin, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Southwest China
Tour: 2-Day Guilin Li River Tour from Beijing
The charming scenery and landscape along the Li River from Zhujiang Pier (Guilin city suburbs) to Yangshuo is like an Chinese painting. The landscape is decorated with startling hills, steep cliffs, fantastic caves and farming villages, and is lined with bamboo groves. In a Chinese poem it is written: "The river is a green silk ribbon, and the hills are jade hairpins".

2. The Yellow Mountains
Yellow Mountains Yellow Mountains
Location: Huangshan City, Anhui Province, Central China
Tour: Beijing Round Trip Tour
The Yellow Mountains is one of the most marvelous mountains in China even in the world. It was enlisted as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1990 due to iys outstanding natural beauty. Yellow Mountain's classic attractions could be counted as: the imaginatively named pines, oddly-shaped rocks, the sea of clouds, hot springs and winter snowscapes.

3. West Lake
West Lake West Lake
Location: Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province, East China
Tour: Beijing to Hangzhou Tour
West Lake is man-made elegant park which was built for recreation. West Lake is a place of tranquility where urbanity becomes a silhouette on the northeast horizon and mountains near and far surround it on the other three sides. The occasional pagoda and Chinese-style arched bridge add atmosphere to the tree-lined walkways, verdant islands and hills. The travelers can also take a bike riding around the lake or a short cruise on it to enjoy more fun of it.

4. Lake Namtso
Lake Namtso Lake Namtso
Location: Nagqu, Tibet, Southwest China
Tours: Tibet Tour Packages
Lake Namtso means "holy lake" in the Tibetan language. At an elevation of 4,718 meters, it is the highest-altitude salt lake in the world. The water in the lake for the most part arises from rains, melted ice and snow of Nyenchen Tonglha Mountains and the inflow of crooks and streams, hence the lake is very clear and limpid. With the lake surface assuming sky blue, the lake and the sky seem to be one and undivided, which may make visitors feel themselves in a fairy land if they have a stroll by the lake.

5. Victoria Harbor
Victoria Harbor Victoria Harbor
Location: Hong Kong, South China
Tour: Beijing to Hong Kong Essence Tour
The Victoria Harbour of Hong Kong is among the world's most beautiful skylines with a backdrop of Victoria Peak. Wonderful and stunning views of the city and harbor area can be had in the observation decks of the tallest buildings and from Victoria Peak. You can also enjoy a different amazing light show in the evening time.

6. The Bund
The Bund The Bund
Location: Shanghai, East China
Tour: 5-Day Shanghai Extension Tour to Suzhou and Hangzhou from Beijing
The Bund is one of the most representative architectural symbols of Shanghai. Looking out on the river, various cargo vessels, speedier tourist ferries and other locally owned boats navigate. Towering skyscrapers such as the Oriental Pearl Tower line the river, and the neon lights indicating the offices of top world brands and European architecture surrounding them.

7. The Great Wall
Great Wall Great Wall
Location: Across North China
Great Wall Day Tours
The Great Wall is one of the greatest historic relics in China even in the world. As the longest wall in the world, the Great Wall is an awe-inspiring feat of ancient defensive architecture. Its winding path over rugged country and steep mountains takes in some great scenery. It deserves its place among "the New Seven Wonders of the World" and the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China.

8. Jiuzhaigou
Jiuzhaigou Jiuzhaigou
Location: Sichuan Province, Southwest China
Tour: 8-Day Beijing Essence and Jiuzhaigou Scenic Tour
Jiuzhaigou simply means "Valley of the Nine Villages" in Chinese, and the nine villages concentrated around the valley within the Park, home to about 110 Tibetan and Qiang families. Jiuzhaigou will shock you by its fantastic scenery which begins with the flight over dramatic snow-capped mountains, forested canyons, rivers, and lakes to land at Jiuzhaigou Airport, itself perched on the mountaintop.

9. Potala Palace
Potala Palace Potala Palace
Location: Lhasa, Tibet, Southwest China
Tour: Beijing to Lhasa Essence Tour
The Potala Palace was declared a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1994. It is a huge treasure house of materials and articles from Tibetan history, religion, culture and art. And it is widely known for the precious sculptures, murals, scriptures, Buddha statues, antiques, and religious jewelry housed in it.

10. The Yangtze River
Yangtze River Yangtze River
Location: Across South China
Tour: Yangtze Cruise Tour
The Yangtze is the third longest river in the World, but the longest river within one country. The Yangtze River has great advantage for being the most interesting and popular river in the world. It has the widest variety of outstanding tourist attractions, scenery and culture along its length, all of which created several world records and make China more unique.

11. Lijiang Ancient Town
Lijiang Ancient Town Lijiang Ancient Town
Location: Yunnan Province, Southwest China
Tour: Essence Beijing to Lijiang Tour
UNESCO World Heritage List has included Lijiang Ancient Town as a  special preservation area. There you can see old Naxi architecture, customs and special water system. Three old districts in this small city represented by special character of Naxi and Han construction and Naxi customs, arts and culture. It was a former trading town and a stop for traders carrying goods on the "Chama Road (Tea Horse Road)" trails.

12. Wuzhen Water Town
Wuzhen Water Town Wuzhen Water Town
Location: near Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, East China
Tour: 3-Day Hangzhou Wuzhen Ancient Town Tour from Beijing
The waterways of Wuzhen are kept topped up with water by the adjacent Hangzhou to Beijing Grand Canal, which has been still playing an important role of supplying the dry north with water from the wet south and local goods transport. It was a major transport artery in times gone by, which led to the rise to prosperity of water towns like Wuzhen.

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