More or less everyone is familiar with the name “The Great Wall”. Just what a great wall! China is a well-known country for travelers from all over the world for its natural beauty, mountains, rivers, seas and modern urbanization. China is moving forward with great power in keeping with the developed world. To the outside world, China is a new attraction name in almost all fields including investment, higher education, tourism.
For travel enthusiasts, the history of the Great Wall country of China highlights some of the places to visit. A must-see for travelers to China.
The Great Wall (China travel places):
The Great Wall of China is one of the most iconic and well-known landmarks in the world. It is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China to protect the Chinese states and empires against the raids and invasions of the various nomadic groups of the Eurasian Steppe. It is the longest wall in the world, stretching over 13,000 miles.
Traveling to the Great Wall is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. There are many sections of the wall to choose from, each with its own unique characteristics. Some sections, like the Badaling section, are highly restored and touristed, while others, like the Jinshanling section, are more rugged and less crowded. Whatever section you choose, be prepared for a lot of climbing and hiking. The wall is steep and uneven in some places, and can be quite challenging to navigate.
The best time to visit the Great Wall is during the spring and fall when the weather is mild and the crowds are smaller. If you visit during the summer, be prepared for hot temperatures and large crowds. Winter can be very cold and some sections of the wall may be closed.
The Great Wall of China ranked among the top seven wonders of the world and has listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
The Terracotta Army of Shanghai (China travel places):
The “Terracotta Army” established in the Mausoleum Temple of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China, located in Xi’an, Shanghai Province, China, is one of the tourist attractions in China. Actually Terracotta Army is not a living army. After the death of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, peasants from the local Linthong district made this army out of terracotta in honor of the emperor.
This terracotta troop consists of figures of various sizes representing military ranks. There are also statues of riders with horses. In a word, the idols made by the farmers have been given the same form as the ancient military was well equipped. At that time, it believed that this army would protect the emperor even after his death. The Terracotta Army was underground for almost 200 years. Around 1974, a group of local farmers discovered this structure while digging a well, which was a wonder to people all over the world. The curiosity of Chinese tourists does not end until they visit the “Terracotta Army”.
Beijing’s Forbidden City:
(The Forbidden City in Beijing) is called the Forbidden City of Beijing in Bengali. At one time public entry was prohibited in this city. Built by ancient Chinese architects, this palace has more than four thousand well-furnished rooms, the rooms are decorated in red and yellow colors.
The roof of this palace is made of gold. It was the royal palace of the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty for about 560 years until 1911. 24 emperors lived in this palace. Today, the palace included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites as an ancient heritage site. Today it is known as one of the five most important palaces in the world. It currently preserved under a museum in Beijing and is open to the public. Tourists can make their trip enjoyable by visiting this palace.
Li River in Guiling (China travel places):
It said that Chinese painters and poets get inspiration for their works of art from the natural beauty of this “Li” river. The length of this river coming down from the Maur Mountains is 83 km. The 83 km long Li River between Guiling and Yangsu surrounded by the most beauty.On either side of the river, the spectacular landscape of hills, steep gorges and well-kept cultivation of villages attracts tourists. As the seasons change, the beauty of the Lee River also changes.
The breathtaking beauty of the Li River on cloudy and sunny days captivates tourists. A large number of tourists flock here every year to enjoy the beauty of the Li River. There are small bamboo boats and well equipped ships for the convenience of tourists to travel around the river. Tourists travel the river by boat or ship according to their choice. The Lee River is one of the top ten aquatic wonders of the world. Therefore, tourists who want to run along the river or mountains, they can visit the Li River in Guiling.
Yellow Mountains of Huangshan:
The Yellow Mountains in Huangshan are located in the Anhui Province of East China. This mountain attracts the attention of tourists mainly due to five features. Sunrises, seas of clouds, strangely shaped rocks, twisted rows of pine trees and hot springs.
The height of this mountain is 1,734 meters (5,689 ft) at the highest peak. The Yellow Mountains of Huangshan are the most famous mountains in China. Meanwhile, UNESCO has named the Yellow Mountains of Huangshan in their list of World Heritage Sites, and it is one of the three best national parks in China. One is Zhongjiajie National Forest Park and the other is Jiuzhaigou National Forest Park. Even among these three national parks, Yellow Hills is the most famous. It said that tourists who travel to this mountain return home with peace equal to the mountain.
Chengdu Giant Panda:
Panda, or giant panda, is a white and black animal that looks like a bear. Large numbers of giant pandas can be found in the dense bamboo groves of Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China. Not only Chinese people, but also many foreigners flock to Chengdu to see this giant panda. Although giant pandas can see in other places, including various zoos, the largest number of giant panda sightings is in Chengdu.
Also in Chengdu is the “Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center”. This research center started its journey in 1987 with only 6 giant pandas. So far 124 pandas have been born here. Currently there are 83 giant pandas in this center. When tourists visit Chengdu, they can see the pandas living in the natural environment, so they can see the pandas at the “Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center” and learn more about their lifestyle and reproduction. It said that Chengdu is the home of the giant panda.
Potala Palace in Lhasa (China travel places):
Potala Palace, this palace also referred to as the symbol of Tibet. Located in Beijing’s Lhasa city, this palace was once known as a prayer center for Tibetan spiritualists and their followers. After the occupation by China in 1959, Tibetan spiritualists and their followers left the Potala Palace. In 1994, UNESCO listed the Potala Palace as a World Cultural Heritage Site. Now a lot of tourists come here.
Hangzhou’s West Lake:
This lake in Hangzhou city of Zhejiang province of China called the paradise of the earth. Chinese people refer to this lake as a place of tranquility. The northern and eastern sides of this lake are the horizon, and the nearby mountain ranges spread out on three sides to form a paradise. To enjoy the beauty of this lake, tourists can cycle around the lake or can also walk to enjoy this beautiful environment. There are small boats, so that tourists can go around the lake by boat.