Updated, Feb 2024

One of the fastest growing economy, China is well known in many ways in the world. From Chinese dynasties to Great Wall and terracotta warriors among few notable attractions. To high rise buildings of financial capital Shanghai. China has grown so much, and there are many metro cities which eventually increased tourism in the country too.

China is fourth largest country in the world and has its borders with Russia and Mongolia in the north, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, India, Nepal and Bhutan in the West. Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam in the south and North Korea in the east. China is also neighbor of Japan and Taiwan across East China Sea and South Korea across Yellow Sea.

Capital city is Beijing, which also hosted 2008 summer Olympics. Most of the Chinese population lives around eastern part of the country. Other than Beijing and Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Chongqing, Tianjin, Wuhan, and also Hong Kong are among the biggest of cities administrated by China. China has diverse natural beauty.

Beijing is a city steeped in history and culture. See the Great Wall, Forbidden City, and Temple of Heaven. Enjoy traditional cuisine, visit the Summer Palace, and experience modern landmarks like the Bird’s Nest stadium and CCTV headquarters.

Hong Kong is a vibrant city with a unique blend of Eastern and Western culture. Visit Victoria Peak, the Big Buddha, and the markets of Mong Kok. Enjoy delicious food, world-class shopping, and exciting nightlife. Experience the stunning skyline and take a ride on the Star Ferry.

Shanghai is a modern metropolis with a rich history. Visit the Bund, Yu Garden, and Shanghai Tower. Enjoy local cuisine, explore the French Concession, and see performances at the Shanghai Opera House.

Xian is a historic city in China. See the Terracotta Warriors, the ancient city wall, and the Muslim Quarter. Enjoy local cuisine, visit temples and museums, and take in the city’s rich culture.