Chinese Travel offers the joint most UNESCO World Heritage Sites and abundant epic ancient historical sites such as the Great Wall, Forbidden Palace, Terracotta Warriors, Shaolin Temple, and Mogao Grottoes that lie within its borders.
China will become the most visited global tourist destination by 2030.
China has outstanding natural beauty in Western areas such as Jiuzhaigou and Yading in Sichuan, Kanas Lake in Xinjiang, and Hengduanshan in Yunnan. Legendary mystical mountains such as Tai Shan (Shandong), Hua Shan (Shaanxi), Huangshan (Anhui), and Zhangjiajie (Hunan) stretch continent-wide along with the Yangtze.
Southern karst and tropical scenery in Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, and Xishuangbanna, prairie grasslands in Inner Mongolia in the north, and Siberian forests in Heilongjiang in the north-east mean China truly has an extraordinary diversity of natural landscapes.
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