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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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Zoige Grassland is a charming land to visit in Northern Sichuan. It will give you a wonderful experience with the vast grassland, herder with their yak and sheep and the Tibetan culture.
Jiaohe Ruins is a well preserved ancient city with a history of more than 2,000 years. The unique layout, and the manual workshops make it the best place for you to wander while exploring the splendid time honored architectures in Xinjiang.
108 Dagobas, as its name suggests, is one hundred and eight Lamaist dagobas scattered on a slope west of Qingtong Dam. It is distributed in a regular way, the unique layout of which remains to be a mystery unsolved for centuries.
The Xinjiang Museum is an integrated museum and a large center for cultural relics collecting and scientific researches in Xinjiang,It is famous for its historical, national cultural, and revolutionary cultural relics.
Kizil Thousand Buddha Caves, is a set of 236 Buddhist rock-cut caves in Xinjiang. The Caves currently preserves mural paintings of 10,000 sq.m. upon which you'll find those vivid figures like flying Apsaras, Bodhisattva, arhat and Jiyuetian
Sichuan's variety of world-famous dishes is one of the big draws for tourists coming to China's southwest region. In Chengdu, you can find many restaurants specializing in Sichuan cuisine, which has a reputation for being fiercely hot and spicy
CITIC Ming sike aircraft carrier world is the first military park taking aircraft carrier as its theme in China and even in the world.While exploring the charm of this wonderful aircraft carrier world, you can also enjoy other relaxations there.
Sand Lake has both gorgeous lake and desert views. You can enjoy a variety of recreational activities, and it is an ideal place for bird-watching and it's also home to many rare seen fish species.
There are many ways travel to Tibet, and taking a train along the Qinghai Tibet Railway is the most popular one. Travelers will capture the spectacular scnenry along the route including Qinghai Lake, Kunlun Mountain Pass and Namtso Lake.
The Wild Elephant Valley is famous for its numerous wild elephants roaming about in the virgin forests, being regarded as an important national scenic spot and a natural wonderland in Yunnan
In the year 713, during China's Tang Dynasty (618 – 907A.D.), a monk named Hai Tong initiated an ambitious project to carve a giant statue of the Buddha overlooking a confluence of rivers in Sichuan province, so as to suppress a water spirit
Giant Wild Goose Pagodawas originally built in 652 to store Buddhist sutras and sariputtathat were brought from India Nowadays, it is considered as a masterpiece of Buddhist architectural art and is a symbol of the time-honored city Xi'an.
Hukou Waterfall is the largest waterfull on the Yellow River and the second largest one in China, after the Huangguoshu Waterfall in Guizhou Province.It's now a hot tourist attraction for its enchanting and magnificent waterfall views.
People say that Chengdu is the type of city where once you come, you'll never want to leave. Indeed it is, not only for its bustling urban feel and lively nightlife, but also for its historical importance and numerous tourist attractions which
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