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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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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.
Aerial Walkway is spanning through the Sanchahe Nature Reserve in Xishuangbanna Prefecture, Yunnan Province. It is the highest, longest and oldest aerial walking way in the world and is a paradise for tourism and adventure.
Yungang Grottoes has Buddhist statues and long scrolls of dance sculptures which are the best examples of Buddhist grotto art in China. The vivid Buddhist statues, the fascinating stone inscriptions and the unique structure of the caves.
Two Day Travel, Option B (An less-rigorous two day experience of Mt. Emei; the park entrance fee is the only entrance fee) Take a bus from Baoguo Bus Station (报国寺客运中心)to Wannian Park (40RMB/person). Purchase a park entry ticket (120RMB/person;
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.
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
Hanging Temple is built into a cliff of Mount. Heng. Having endured the storms and sunlight for 1,400 years, the temple has embodied the elements of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism making it the best preserved of its kind.
Xizhou Town is a typical town of Bai character. It is situated in the embrace of beautiful Erhai Lake and Cangshan Mountain in Dali. As a convergence of residences of Bai people, it is famous for its unique architectual buildings of Bai style
With a long history of more than 600 years, City Wall is now the oldest and best preserved defensive fortification in China. It has magnificent structure and significant military functions.
Mount Qingcheng is one of the most famous Taoist mountains in China. With its fabulous scenery and typical Taoist background, it might well be called the most peaceful and secluded mountain under heaven. Situated 68 km (42 miles)
Mingsha Mountain Crescent Spring is unique - this spring never dries during drought spell nor has it ever been buried by sand. This has earned it the reputation of being the first spring in the desert.
The western Tibet, we still call it Ngari, is one of the most remote and inaccessible parts of Tibet. Huge, sparsely, populated and at an average altitude of over 4,500 m. (14,764 ft.), it is a frontier in one of the remotest corners of Asia.
Located in Gongdong province, Heyuan (河源) has the highest fountain in Asia and the second highest in the World. Heyuan Fountain spurts out a water column of 169 meters, creating a romantic atmosphere along with 6 local symphonies.
In the famous cultural city of Guanghan, on the banks of the Yazi River, lies an influential archeological site named Sanxingdui, whose excavation unveiled the mysterious ancient Shu kingdom and brought a deepened understanding of Sichuan's
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