About one quarter of the Earth’s non-ocean surface is grassland. We recommend checking out at least a small part of that in China by visiting some of these places.
On July 15, 2016, Zuojiang Huashan rock art cultural landscape was officially inscribed on the World Heritage List by the World Heritage Committee.
With a history of 1,300 years, Fenghuang Ancient Town is known as China’s most beautiful town.
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!
Combining Western and domestic culture, China’s amusement parks provide fancy destinations for recreation-seekers.
It’s not a luxurious wedding, but one featuring many blessings, warmth and a human touch.
Visitors to the Capital Museum can see examples of traditional Chinese festivals.
If you have seen Hukou Waterfall during warm weather, visit it again during the winter. If you have never been there, that’s what this article is for.
Shanghai Disney Resort, the first theme park of its kind in Mainland China, features six themed areas filled with world-class attractions and live shows — many appearing for the first time at a Disney amusement park.