Attractions China Travel
China has it all: the highest mountains and highlands, lowlands and plains, along the shores of many seas – the ports, beaches and resort areas, the famous monasteries, including the legendary Shaolin Temple, ginseng farms in the province of Qinghai, Numerous archeological excavations in the Gobi desert and the Taklamakan, climbing base on the eastern slopes of the Himalaya and Karakoram. Enormous 'reserves' natural attractions – the scenic Yunnan-Guichzhouskoe Highlands with lots of mountain rivers, waterfalls and deep caves, unique and Taihu Lake Xihu, picturesque mountain Taishan (included in the list of treasures UNESCO), the Dunhuang caves – a treasure house of ancient Buddhist art, cave Yoon Hahn, Huangoshu waterfall (height 74 m, width 81 m), karst caves and 'stone forest' in the county Vanshen, Reed Flute Cave, the Black Buddha New Water Dragon and some of Guangxi, majestic caves and Longgong Zhitszin near Anshunya, and the boundless steppes of Inner Mongolia, you can see the ancient art of horse competitions. In the forests of the Great Khingan arranged hunting. In Harbin, annual festivals and an ice sculpture you can even ride on skiing and skating. Traveling along the ancient Silk Road, you can visit in Xinjiang, where there are three well-known canyon in the Three Gorges on the Yangtze River, Mount Emei and Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve. Unique in picturesque region – Lijiang River in Guilin, and five 'holy' mountains teeming with the most beautiful places.
Huangshan Mountain is considered to be 'face of China's mountains', a mountain famed for its inaccessibility Emeyshan and unique charm. For tourist cities are open 99 great cultural and historical significance, and 750 unique cultural relics under state protection and 119 scenic places. Among them, 19 are included in the List of World Natural and UN's cultural heritage. Beijing, which lies to the south of Shanxi plateau, though not the oldest city in the country, but one of the most interesting.