The Hulun Buir Grasslands are ideal for experiencing the wildness of nature.
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Maple trees in Yuelu Mountain put on a dazzling display of color in autumn.
Zhangjiajie has a humid, subtropical climate that changes significantly with each season.
The Three Gorges are a group of canyons on the Yangtze River with magnificent landscape.
Smoky forests on the water
Karst in China is a distinctly unmissable landscape for every nature lover.
Yardang, meaning “steep hills” in Uyghur, are landforms sculpted by thousands of years of erosion by wind and water.
Sometimes they appear like giant expanses of mirror, making it hard to tell where the sky ends and the ground begins.
Xitai Jinaier in Haixi Mongol and Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Qinghai, is a mysterious landscape formed 2.6 million years ago. At its surface the lake sits at an altitude of 2679m.