Nyenchen Tanglha Mountain and Namtso Lake are not only regarded as a sacred mountain and a holy lake in Tibet but also seen as a loved-up couple leaning close to each other.
An old couple from Deyang, Sichuan has accomplished their tour around China over the past five years. Four notebooks covered with postmarks, a box of train tickets, and 70G of photos have witnessed the couple’s wonderful later years.
Mount Hua has the world’s most hair-raising hiking trails. The narrow, steep paths attract thrill seekers from around the world.
Rafting is a favorite summer adventure activity in China.
Fly through the jungles like you’re in a James Cameron movie.
The “24-zig” road in Qinglong, Guizhou, is a relic of World War II, a crucial lifeline for wartime China, and a man-made miracle.
This road built along a mountain cliff and including a ‘window’ about every ten meters, is a rare and incredible feature of Chinese construction.
The glass bridge at Grand Canyon of Zhangjiajie, central China’s Hunan Province, is set to open. Would you dare cross it? Don’t look down, just keep going!
Tianmen Mountain sits on a vast area of well-preserved forest and valuable rare plants. Visitors can marvel at the array of majestic quartz sandstone pillars or witness some of the extreme sports that the mountain attracts.
Where there are fears, there are those who want to conquer them. Here is a list of the top five thrilling skywalks around China.