About Chinese Sightseeing

China has many tourist attractions thanks to its vast territory, beautiful landscapes, long history, and splendid culture. There are 99 state-class historical and cultural cities, 750 national-class cultural relics and places of historical interest under key government protection, and 119 major scenic spots, 19 of which are listed as world Natural and Cultural Heritages.
 
The long history and brilliant culture of China can be retraced in the ancient ruins and relics. Beijing, Xi'an, Nanjing, Luoyang, Kaifeng, Hangzhou, and Anyang are the seven ancient capitals, and people can follow the traces of Confucius, Qin Shihuang, and Genghis Khan to admire the extensive and profound Chinese culture.
 
China has long been known for its beautiful landscapes. Some of the most famous are the Lijiang River in Guilin, the Five Mountains, the Three Gorges along the Changjiang River, and the water scenes in southern China. There noted tourist attractions include Mount Huangshan in Anhui Province, Mount Emei in Sichuan Province, the Huanggoushu Waterfall and Limestone Caves in Guizhou Province, the Stone Forest in Yunnan Province, the Grasslands in the inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, and the frost-covered trees in Jilin Province in winter.
 
China's folklore is especially attractive. There are more than 40 yearly festivals. And every ethnic minority group have its own festivals. China is also famous for its special arts such as Beijing Opera, acrobatics, songs and dances, and calligraphy and painting.
 
With a long coastline, China's many fine ports and coastal areas are choice destinations for vacationers. China has established a number of national holiday resorts, thus offering more choices for vacationers.
 
China has seen a rapid development in tourism and a great improvement in tourist facilities such as accommodations, food, shopping, and recreation. You will enjoy the best service during your stay in China.