When you think of traveling in China’s Hunan Province, what comes to mind first? Maybe Zhangjiajie National Forest Park’s karst peaks and drifting clouds, or the ancient town of Fenghuang with its distinctive architecture? Here are 10 new attractions for those who don’t want to visit the same destination twice.
The 2nd International Maple Leaf Festival kicked off at Wudantala Forest Park of Horqin Left Rear Banner, Tongliao City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on October 15th, 2017.
By 2020 China will finish pilot programs for establishing 10 national parks which are expected to undergo assessments in the coming years. Read on for a closer look at these 10 pilot national parks!
Moerdaoga, located in Greater Khingan Range near Erguna City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, is well-known for its virgin forest, which happens to be the largest in China.
More than three hours’ drive from Chengde City in China’s Hebei Province, Saihanba was part of Mulan Paddock, a royal hunting place of the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911).
The Chinese Museum of Women and Children in Beijing opened to the public in 2010. It is the country’s first national museum focused on women, children and social changes that impact them.
Situated in Xibei Road, Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Museum is a large integrated museum and centre for the collection and study of cultural relics discovered in the region.
Located in Kubuqi Desert, Dalad Banner of Ordos City, Inner Mongolia, Whistling Dune Bay is a mega comprehensive desert resort where you can sightsee or just relax.
Urban parks, with ecological, leisure and entertainment functions, play an essential role in the city’s ecosystem and everyday life.
Hoh Xil, also Kekexili, is a place as romantic as its name suggests – “a beautiful girl” in Mongolian.