Top Reasons Why Travel to China
Edited byon 2020-08-30
China’s Economy Is Rapidly Developing
Most popular tourist destinations are the most developed countries. China is far from developed, but it is the most rapidly developing country in the world. Under nowadays’ situation, most countries are experiencing an economic downturn, but China still have a significantly big annual growth rate. Many people want to go to China to see how this can happen.
China’s economy is developing rapidly
It Is Convenient to Travel to China
Thousands of international flights were added in last decades. It is convenient to fly to China from almost every corner of the world. In order to develop tourism, many Chinese airlines offer passengers great discounts. You can also go to China by taking an international cruise. Tianjin and Shanghai are very popular tourist ports in recent years.
Domestic transportation is also becoming fast. Since the first high-speed train in China was put into use on August 1st, 2008, this new type of train has become the fast mode of transportation for short-and-middle-distances trips. For example, it takes only 2.5 hours to take a high-speed train from Guangzhou to Guilin now. Before the high-speed train period, it took around 15 hours.
The new Beijing Daxing International Airport was put into operation in 2019
There are many Chinese restaurants in other countries, where offer most foreigners the first chance to taste Chinese food. Kung Po Chicken, Beijing Roasted Duck, small steamed buns, spring rolls, Chow Mei, Egg-Fried Rice, and Spicy Tofu, many Chinese delicacies has become very popular in other countries. However, these Chinese foods have been changed based on foreigners’ eating patterns. The most authentic Chinese foods can only be tasted in China, which is one of the reasons why many foreigners travel to China.
Beijing Roasted Duck
China Is Abundant in Natural Wonders
Deserts, wetlands, grasslands, giant mountains, deep valleys, painting-like rivers, and forests, almost every type of natural tourist destination can be found in China. The Yellow Mountain, Hallelujah Mountain in Zhangjiajie, Guilin and Yangshuo’s karst landforms, and world’s highest Mount Everest are the most popular natural wonders in China.
Precious Ancient Relics
With a history of over 5000 years, ancient China is one of the oldest civilizations in the world. Countless world wonders were built in China. By visiting these ancient relics, you can learn the colorful history and traditional culture of China. For instance, the royal life can be experienced in the Forbidden City in Beijing and the Terracotta Army in Xian, the Great Wall in Beijing and ancient city wall of Xian are the best places to learn about ancient military arts, and the Longmen Grottoes and Shaolin Temple in Luoyang are sacred places for Buddhism.
Beijing and Xian are two most historical cities in China. The historical sites in these two cities listed above are the most-visited tourist attractions in China.
Mutianyu Great Wall
Many parents travel to China with their kids to see the pandas. Although you can see the pandas in the zoos in your own countries, it is a totally different see them in China, their hometown.
There are five panda bases in Sichuan Province, where you can see panda playing and eating bamboos. Furthermore, if you join in a lesson to learn some basic knowledge about in one of the panda bases, you may have the opportunity to work for the lovely pandas as volunteers. Volunteer’s work includes preparing food for pandas, cleaning pandas’ cabins, and feeding pandas. In order to be volunteers, you have to learn the knowledge of pandas seriously.
Colorful Cultures of Ethnic Minorities
There are 55 ethnic minorities in China. Most of them live in the places where there are not so many Han people, such as mountains, deserts, grasslands, or plateaus. Their unique cultures were created due to their special locations.
Having dinner with them and admiring their costumes are the best way to understand the cultures of ethnic minorities. Although the foods and costumes do not look so good as Han people’s, they have their own interesting styles. Have you ever eaten rice steamed in a bamboo tube? Have you ever drunk milk in a kettle made from cowhide? Have ever seen a skirt with patterns 100 kinds of animals? No? let’s experience these activities together
Miao People's Beautiful Costumes
The 144-hour visa free policy may apply to you if you choose one of the cities listed below as your gateway to China:
Beijing, Tianjin, Shijiazhuang, Qinhuangdao, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Ningbo, Shenyang, Dalian, Chengdu, Kunming, Qingdao, Xiamen, or Wuhan.
Or 72-hour visa free for these gateway cities:
Guangzhou, Chongqing, Guilin, Harbin, Changsha, or Xian.
The details of visa-free policy may change without official notice. Please contact us to see if this policy applies to you during the time you plan to travel to China.
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