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About China

China is a country with the highest population than any other countries in the world. It is a country known to have a vast geographic area and long history on ancient civilization. China is a country full of cultural heritage and diverse nature that gives travelers all around the world various highlighted attraction places to be discovered.

Top Places to Go In China


Beijing is China’s capital city that is popularly known for its imperial and modern history. There are many historical and cultural landmarks in Beijing that becomes tourist attractions such as infamous Great Wall of China; the world’s longest wall and greatest ancient architecture, The Forbidden City;  China’s best-preserved imperial palace, The Summer Palace and also the Temple of Heaven where most Buddhist emperors prayed for good harvests


Shanghai is China’s biggest city that projects modernity through its sky-reaching buildings. Although modern and well developed, their city still sticks to tradition and their culture. This place has become one of the top gateway city with attractions like Shanghai Tower, The Bund, Yu Garden, and Zhujiajiao Water Town.


Guilin is the countryside of China that is known as the land of scenery filled with limestone. Taking a cruise to Guilin”s Li River offers a magnificent scenic sight of the limestone. Meanwhile, Yangshuo is also a favourite spot for tourists to visit the rural area of China. The Longji Terraced Fields in Guilin is a place of sprawling rice terraces that is rich in ethnic culture where tourists can simply enjoy its nature.


Chengdu is the hometown to giant pandas in China. Top places to visit these lovely animals in Chengdu can be found at Dujiangyan Panda Base and The Leshen Giant Buddha where visitors are allowed to volunteer to take care of pandas. If you want to experience local street food snacks, head down to Jinli Old Street.


Named as China’s paradise on earth, Hangzhou is admired for its West Lake that is divided into 5 sections by a mountain and three islands. Experience its green land by taking a stroll to Su Causeway, Three Pools Mirroring The Moon and Leifeng Pagoda. Other than that, visit Lingyin Temple, The Grand Canal and Wuzhen Water Town to discover more of Hangzhou’s nature and Buddhist tradition.


Xi’an is another land in China famous for its historical values, being China’s second most ancient capitals. The Terracotta Army in Xi’an is the world’s largest imperial tomb complex and The Ancient City Wall is the world's’ largest city fortification from the 14th century. Other than its historical sites, Xi’an offers its religious places that visitors must visit such as the Big Wild Goose Pagoda which is the library of the oldest Buddhist temples in China and The Muslim Quarter which is a famous spot to experience local snacks and China’s Muslim Culture.


Zhangjiajie is a place in China known for many of its tourists' sights mainly in Wulingyuan Scenic Area that offers you its sandstones, mesas, dense forests, and deep ravines. The Glass Bridge in Grand Canyon is one of the places that tourists are drawn into for its daring attraction that allows visitors to cross the 430 meters long transparent glass bridge to get to the other side of the mountain. Other than the thrilling Glass Bridge of Grand Canyon, Zhangjiajie offers its nature in a more leisurely manner at Tianmen Mountain, Baofeng Lake, and Yellow Dragon Cave.


Huangshan is said to be a place of picturesque natural landscape and history. With the Yellow Mountains as the landmark, tourists are suggested to take a breather and witness the sunrise on the mountain. At Huangshan, you can also find Fengshui folk houses called Hongcun Village and Xidi Village that will expose you to the Hui style architecture and the folks’ tradition.

Top Travel Tips for China from Packist

  • Cash is more preferable in China and it recognizes only its own currency
  • Try to negotiate and bargain outside of chain stores and boutiques.
  • Arrange your visa before traveling to China because they don’t offer visas on arrival
  • To be on the safe side, always have travel insurance as it will cost a lot if something were to happen during your travel
  • Wear face masks for larger cities in China with air pollution such as Beijing