National 5A Tourist Attractions in China

Located in Suzhou industrial park area, the beautiful Jinji Lake is China's largest city lake. The area of Jinji Lake is 10,768 acres, an average of 2.5 to ...

Slender West Lake is actually a wider YangZhou outside the river, formerly known as the BaoYang Lake. This area is more than 480 acres, and approximately 4.3 ...

The Confucius temple, located at the Qinhuai River scenic area is a well-known tourist resort of the ancient capital Nanjing. The riverbanks of Qinhuai are ...

Originally named Fushi, Tongli is an age-old but very well preserved water town with a history of more than 1,000 years. Located on the eastern shore of Taihu ...

Zhouzhuang embraces the beauties of all the water towns in China - old bridges, traditional buildings and small streets on the banks of waterways. Its ...

For Suzhou classical garden to absorb the essence of the art of landscape architecture is the excellent Chinese cultural heritage according to the United ...

Gulangyu, separated from Xiamen by the 500-metre-wide River, with an area of 1.77 square kilometers, enjoys the laudatory title, "Garden on the Sea." The ...

Longmen Grottoes are located in the south of Luoyang City. They are between Mount Xiang and Mount Longmen and face Yi River.Longmen Grottoes,Yungang Caves ...

Taishan Mountain is located in the central of Shandong Province. The main peak, Jade Emperor Peak, rising 1,545 meters above sea level, is at the north of ...

Within two years after his death, Confucius’ former house in Qufu was already consecrated as a temple by the Prince of Lu. In 205 BC, Emperor Gao of the Han ...

50 kilometers northwest from Beijing City lays the Ming Tombs - the general name given to the mausoleums of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). The ...

The Temple of Heaven was built in 1420 during the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty. Situated in the southern part of the city, this grand set of ...

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