Top 5 Tourist Attractions in China

    The land of the rising sun was for many years a mystery to the western world but today it’s easier than ever to pay a visit to this mystical country. China holds the accolade of being amongst the world’s most ancient and most modern countries and is known for its rich history. China is now amongst the world’s most technologically advanced countries.

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    Whatever you choose to do in China it’s a great idea to use the services of a translation agency to hire an English speaking guide to give you the inside track to China’s top five tourist attractions.

    1. The Great Wall of China

    One of the world’s most well-known landmarks, this incredible architectural feat can even be seen from space. Reaching more than 4000 miles across China and dating back over 4000 years, the Great Wall is a symbol of the great legacy created by the Chinese people.

    1. The Terracotta Warriors

    Since their relatively recent discovery, the Terracotta Warriors have become and iconic symbol for China. Buried in 210 B.C with Emperor Qin Shi Huang, these eight thousand warriors are a sight not to be missed.

    Extremely realistic, right down to the last details of their insignia the statues are a truly unique attraction.

    1. The Forbidden City

    The Palace Museum in c offers a fascinating insight into the country’s past. The area was the seat of power for more than one Dynasty.

    You can take in the incredible landscapes and architecture whilst learning about China’s most famous Dynasties.

    1. The Ruins of Ancient Suzhou

    The Ruins of Ancient Suzhou make for a magical visit, containing the remnants of ancient structures that call to mind the days of the great Dynasties of China. You can stroll through the beautifully landscaped Suzhou Gardens and view some incredible structures such as the resplendent Tiger Hill Pagoda and the Tomb of King He Lu.

    1. Yangtze River Cruise

    A cruise along the breath taking Yangtze River is the perfect way to get a flavour of daily life in China. Watch the world go by, pick up some lunch from a floating market and take a leisurely cruise pas the villages and homes of real Chinese people. Or enjoy the magnificent scenery with stunning mountains, waterfalls and other magnificent sights to see along the way.

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