China is informally known as the “factory of the world” due to its high capacity for manufacturing products. Other than that China is a cultural country and has a rich and diverse landscape that produces breathtaking sceneries.
THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA
The Great Wall of China needs no introduction. It is the longest wall in the world at 5,000 km and one of the seven wonders of the world. You have not been to China if you have not seen the great wall.
THE TERRACOTTA ARMY
The Terracotta Army is one of the world’s greatest archaeological discoveries. It is life-size models of over 2,000 Chinese soldiers who triumphed over all the warring states in 475-221 BC to form a united China.
THE FORBIDDEN CITY
The Forbidden City in Beijing was also known as “the palace city” and commoners were forbidden from entering it. The palace was home to 24 emperors from the Ming and Qing dynasties for over 560 years. It is a Chinese architectural marvel with over 8,000 rooms, a cultural center, and one of the 5 most important palaces in the world.
The LI RIVER
The Li River in Guilin is considered as one of the world’s top 10 water wonders. It is known for beautiful natural scenery and is popular for taking pictures.
The giant pandas are a natural treasure in China. They are beloved among the Chinese as well as foreigners. Doubtless, the best place to see the pandas is Chengdu.