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Explore the best lesser known places to visit in China that will make you want to book your trip today-from crystal blue mountain lakes to bustling cities.
Tori Hamilton saved to Travel
14 Epic Places to Visit in China That Will Make You Want to Go Today Discover what China has to offer with these epic places to go. From turquoise lakes and ancient villages to unbelievable landscapes. #china #chinatravel #travelguide #wanderlust #bucketlist #travel #asiatravel
Brittany Briscoe saved to China
The most quiet and still of places still echo their history. In the peace and tranquility of a sleepy morning, the remnants of a place's ancient past are like passing shadows. You can imagine the people's feet walking down the same path as your own. You can fathom the centuries of sweat and laughter and
At about 5,000 feet above sea level, Tianmen Cave is the highest naturally formed arch in the world.
tia saved to fantasy world
Visiting China for 3 weeks? Follow this sample 3 Week China itinerary to see the highlights of China and other useful information.
IDC Koh Tao saved to Travel Inspiration
The Chinese civilization is one of the oldest in the world, and these photos will prove it is also one of the most beautiful.
Franck Fer saved to Paisajes
Collection of 25 Shanghai travel tips to make your first visit to Shanghai China a lot easier and your Shanghai travel a lot smoother. Prepare in advance and don’t be shocked by the culture shock many travellers experience in Shanghai. Including practical info on getting around Shanghai and some tips from locals and expats. You’ll make your first trip to Shanghai much more enjoyable if you click to read the post because it includes all you need to know before visiting Shanghai. #shanghai…
Darcy Vierow saved to ASIA Travel
Things to know before going to China. Tips before your first visit to China #china #shanghai
Kyla Kelly saved to The Places I'll Go...
If you ever wanted to live inside a Maxfield Parrish painting, then book the next flight to China. Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is simply one of the most ethereal places on Earth. These staggering karst spires inspired the film “Avatar” and you have to see them in person to see why. (I may or may not have turned myself into an Avatar a few years ago.) For details on how to get there, where to stay, and how to get around, see my post, Climbing Avatar…
Anacani Carrera saved to Wanderlust
The Hunan Province of China is not only home to spicy food – it’s also the location of many unbelievably beautiful villages and scenic mountains! From the famous Avatar mountains in Zha…
Ash Dawe saved to My adventures