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Sichuan Opera is noted for its magically fast mask changing art. It's on the top list of things to do in Chengdu, Sichuan for overseas travelers.
The Potala Palace once was the chief residence of the Dalai Lamas, now it serves as a state museum for visitors to learn about the history and culture of Tibetan Buddhism. It is definately a must see attraction in Lhasa city, Tibet.
The Great Wall of China is undoubtedly the most magnificent and spectacular building project in human history.The remains of Ningxia Great Wall left from Qin in Warring States Period and Ming Dynasty constitute an important part of it.
The Potala Palace once was the chief residence of the Dalai Lamas, now it serves as a state museum for visitors to learn about the history and culture of Tibetan Buddhism. It is definately a must see attraction in Lhasa city, Tibet.
Lake Manasarovar, or Mapham Yum-tso in Tibetan, lies 20 km southeast of Mt. Kailash and is north to Namnani Peak. It is the highest freshwater lake...

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Meijiawu Village, which is located in West Lake District, Hangzhou, is an ancient village with a history more than 600 years. It is the main production place of West Lake Dragon Well Tea and a famous characteristic tea culture sightseeing area.
The Dayangjie Hani Villages are regarded as the one of the top six beautiful village in China. It is a great combination of natural wonders and ethnic custom, which are regarded as an ideal place for adventure and photography.
Tashilhunpo Monastery is one of the Six largest Monasteries of Gelugpa in Tibet. The monastery is located at the foot of Drolmari (Tara's Mountain), Shigatse. Founded by the First Dailai Lama in 1447, the monastery's structure was expanded by
Jiayu Pass is the western end of the Great Wall built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and is widely recognized as the most well preserved military fortress along the Great Wall today.
Xijiang Miao Village is one of the biggest Miao villages in Guizhou and is featured by Miao' s lifestyle, exotic dress and the unique architectural wooden houses.
The Kashgar Old Town covers an area of 4.25 sq.m and with the population of 126,800, the old town is known as a place best reflecting the Uyghur lifestyle. It is regarded as the only Islamic city of labyrinth style with many traditional building
The Qiongzhu Temple is a Buddhist temple 12 km. to the northwest of Kunming City. It got its name because of the grand temple and flourish bamboo forest. It also has many painted sculptures, and is a noted cultural heritage.
Guilin Li River Scenery Guilin's Li River Cruise is a popular trip in Western China. This visit will leave you a visual feast of the unique Karst landform when riding a boat from Guilin to Yangshuo.  This cruise offers the top experience
Datong Nine Dragon Screen has the largest scale and enjoys the longest history among the three famous dragon screens in China. The highlight of the dragon screen is the body part which is carved with nine lively dragons.
With a large number of breathtaking attractions, Jiuzhaigou will give you a wonderful experience for your Sichuan tour. Here, you won't miss the charming attractions such as Nuorilang Waterfall, Five Colored Pool and Long Lake.
Yubeng Village is a secluded Tibetan Village situated at the foot of Meili Snow Mountain near the city of Shangri_ la. It is still a virgin and less visited landand with beautiful scenic spots, natural wonders and primitive atmosphere
The Tomb of Mahmud Kashagari is a well_known tomb to remember a great man Mahmud Kashagari. It is also famous for its natural beauty surrounding it. The tomb has been listed as one of the national cultural heritage.
Located in the center of a forest on the bank of Yongding river. It boasts more than 2,000 kinds of animals of over 40 rare species, among which you can find monkeys, green pheasants, any many other animals.
Dumpling is one of the common dishes among Chinese people, especially in northern China. It is served in many restaurants and is particularly popular on some festive occasions such as on the reunion dinner of the Chinese Lunar New Year.
The tower is of typical Ming Dynasty architectural style.What is unique about the tower is the intricate and delicate embossment patterns on doors and windows which is a popular decoration art in Ming Dynasty.