Hoh Xil, also Kekexili, is a place as romantic as its name suggests – “a beautiful girl” in Mongolian.
Hulunbuir Grassland, covering about 100,000 km2, or about six times as large as Beijing, is China’s best preserved grassland. The lush region is rightly called the “northern jade land.”
Featuring a gorgeous landscape and diverse ethnic culture, China’s southwest Yunnan Province has become the number one destination for domestic and foreign travellers, according to leading online travel agency Ctrip.
The word “Kanas” means “beautiful and mysterious” in Mongolian, and the place certainly lives up to its name.
Hainan, China’s southernmost province, often referred to as the “Hawaii of the Orient,” is the only tropical province in the country. Its natural geographic advantages and tropical scenery endow the area with an edge in tourism.
The majestic Tianshan Grand Canyon in Urumqi County in Xinjiang, located in northwest China is best known for its diverse geology, pristine spruce forests and ethnic Kazak culture.
Breathtaking scenic spots in and around Shimian for visitors to the Huangguogan Festival.
Jiayang steam train in Sichuan Province is a unique heritage for the locals, which attracts many steam train enthusiasts from home and abroad.
When covered in snow, Enshi Grand Canyon is like an ink wash painting.
Rapeseed flowers burst into full bloom at Shinuizhai Scenic Spot in Hunan, attracting group of dancers to its skywalk.