If you are one for the less trodden road and exotic architecture that both stands out and blends into its natural surroundings, an ancient Chinese town called Zhaji should pique your interest.
Luodai, a cultural islet located in Sichuan, has preserved its traditional lifestyle for hundreds of years.
Xitang has attracted western visitors since Mission Impossible III hit the public.
Western Hunan (Xiangxi) is home to the Tujia and Miao minorities and some of China’s oldest continuously inhabited towns. Here are four that make the area world famous.
Unlike most ancient streets in China, Qiaojie Street in Liping, Guizhou Province is famous for “red tourism”.
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