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China is fast becoming one of the hottest travel destinations in the world.  With over 5000 years of history, and icons such as the Great Wall, known throughout thechina-scenic-view-website world, from the Middle Kingdom, kung-fu and pandas, there is much to explore when visiting China.  Filled with 1.4 billion people it is fair to say that China is the most populated country in the world. Most of the people speak a common language called Mandarin Chinese and at the same time due to mandatory English language education, millions of Chinese people also speak English, however that doesn't mean that you will be able to communicate with all of them. Don't worry about it too much though as, for the most part Chinese people are pretty friendly to foreigners.

Places to Visit:


Where East meets West, Shanghai is a dynamic metropolis cultivated by home-grown tycoons building jaw-dropping monuments to capitalism.  This fast-paced city is not filled with imperial palaces, but European-style cityscapes and tree-lined neighbourhoods, mixed with the futuristic Pǔdōng skyline.  The people here love to party at night, are obessed with the latest fads, fashions, pop culture and technology.  But explore futher afield of the shopping malls and you will discover a city of contrasts in old Shanghai, where temples and 10th-century Buddhist monasteries are situated down alley-ways, along with street markets that offer tasty dumplings to eat and other local delicacies, as well as classical Chinese gardens.  Explore the city's multicultural flair from Shanghai's modern architecture to Chinese traditions that are intertwined within the city's culture, ensuring any visitor to Shanghai a truly memorable stay.

  1. The Bund
  2. Zhujiajiao Ancient Town
  3. Nanjing Road
  4. Yuyuan Garden
  5. Jade Buddha Temple
  6. Oriental Pearl TV Tower



Beijing has been the heart and soul of politics and society throughout China's long history and looks to continue that reign for all time.  As the seat of the communist political power in China with differing architectural styles from Soviet-style monuments and underground bomb shelters to awe-inspiring temples and modern cityscapes, Beijing offers a wealth of discovery for travellers as they explore the city's ancient past and exciting modern future. At the physical and metaphorical centre is the Forbidden City.  This vast palace complex of former emperors is now one of the greatest museums in the world.  From here, most of the city's other major sites, except, the Great Wall, are within easy reach.  If you are looking for action then Chaoyang is where you'll find it. The nightlife in this district is sizzling. The bars and clubs are vibrant and always full.  However, unlike the endless fast pace of Shanghai and Hong Kong, in Beijing you'll find the locals also enjoying a slower relaxed pace, who instead find some time to sit outside, play chess and watch the world go by.

Attractions Not to be Missed:china-beijing-temple-of-heaven-website
  1. The Forbidden City
  2. Tian'anmen Square
  3. The Temple of Heaven
  4. The Great Wall sections (Badaling, Mutianyu, Simatai and Jinshanling)
  5. The Summer Palace
  6. Ming Dynasty Tombs
  7. Wànshòu Temple
  8. Běihǎi Park

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Hong Kong

One of the most dynamic cities in the world!  This Oriental Pearl is set amongst beautiful natural surroundings and is a meeting place of various cultures that blend harmoniously with Chinese traditions and exotic influences.  No matter if you are after a bit of pampering, or looking to enjoy the somple things, Hong Kong is a city with something for everyone.  Enjoy a $2 tram or ferry ride, or get adventurous and try the shredded jellyfish.  The city of Hong Kong is made up of four areas - Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, the New Territories and the Outlying Islands.  Hong Kong Island is considered to be the centre of economy, politics, entertainment and shopping. Kowloon is a flourishing part of the city and Causeway Bay, Wan Chai, Tsim Sha Tsui, Yau Ma Tei and Mong Kok are considered the most popular areas.

Thing's To Do:china-hong-kong-the-peak-website
  1. The Peak
  2. Ladies' Market and Temple Street Night Market
  3. Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade
  4. Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple
  5. Clock Tower
  6. Symphony of Lights
  7. Hong Kong Disneyland and Ocean Park
  8. Ngong Ping 360
  9. Repulse Bay
  10. Aberdeen Harbour and Jumbo Kingdom

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Some other wonders of China:
The Great Wall of China
The Hanging Monastery
Leshan Buddha
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