China Attraction Guide

China has the greatest number and variety of tourist attractions of any country on the planet. This page covers the major attractions in China.

Natural Sights

the Yellow Mountains

China is blessed with numerous sights with breathtaking natural beauty. From the world-famous Li River to the charming Yellow Mountains, China never fails to attract travelers who are seeking places to admire and explore the beauty of nature. China also has some great wildlife reserves.

China History

The Forbidden City in Beijing

China can not be called "China" without its history. The country has a written history of about 3,500 years. Historical sites and relics are many travelers' China highlights. Listed below are all the main types of history-related sights in China.

Sport & Recreation

Biking in Yangshuo, Guilin

There are many great places to relax or be active in the great outdoors in China. From sunbathing to cycling, from skiing to cruising the Yangtze, China Highlights does them all.

The Arts

Peking Opera

Chinese art is an important part of China's culture and history. All sights associated with Chinese art are listed below.

World Heritage Sites

the Terracotta Army

As of 2010, 40 noteworthy Chinese sites were inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage Lists. Twenty-nine of these were inscribed as World Cultural Heritage Sites, while seven were inscribed as World Natural Heritage Sites, and four were inscribed as both Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. The main UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China are listed below.

Life in China Today

Old ladies have a idle take beside a lake in Guilin

From street markets in Beiing to ancient wooden houses in the mountainous regions in Guizhou, all sights in this category show the variety of everyday life for Chinese people.

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Q:Aya Asked on 05:04 AM Jun. 15 2012 Reply
Hello, can you please send a quote and plan for the following cities:Fly from Beijing 17th to go to Zhangjiajie for 2 nights. Then fly to Guilin and spend 3 nights. Then fly to Shanghai.Thank you
Hi Aya,

Thank you very much for your enquiry. I would like to give you a quote based on your itinerary, but could you please advise how many peole will be in your group, in which month would you take the tour?

Please note that there is no flight or Train from Zhangjiajie to Guilin. The usual way is first take an overnight train from Zhangjiajie to Liuzhou, then take an express bus ( about 3 hours) to Guilin. Do you mind taking the overnight train travel?

If anything, just let me know.


Coco Coco Yang Replied on 02:02 AM Jun. 16 2012