Posted By Dave And Deb • 15 Comments » • China, Guest Posts
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Great article! Since most of the travel blogs about China usually share only about a few famous places like Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Shaolin monastery, Xi’an and Zhangjiajie, here we can find something more. And China really has a lot more places to visit. I would add the western part of Sichuan, which is Eastern Tibet. Also: Yunnan (Dali, Lijiang and Shangri La, although now it is a little bit crowded with Chinese tourists).
Love this! I had not seen such a detailed post before and it made me feel like I was there, such a fascinating culture, can’t wait to visit I one day! Thanks for sharing.
I really want to go spend a month in China someday so I can spend some more time off the beaten track. It looks like such a fascinating country.
Excellent work. Keep it up.Truly motivating and worth getting a lot of fame. Good luck.
Nice blog! Definitely the largest cave in China, and Huangguoshu, the largest waterfall in China is the world famous things as everyone knows, such a good chance for you to visit these places.
Wow! this country is simply amazing.I have never been there but certainly, have heard a lot about China. Would love to visit and explore the place. Thanks for sharing such an informative blog.
It’s amazing to know the beautiful and integral parts of China. It certainly is a beautiful country. Thanks a ton for sharing.
If I am to travel based on which country has the richest culture, then definitely china would probably be one of my top choices. I am not very familiar with the top attraction that can be found there aside from the great wall of china, but basing alone on the pictures you have attached here, it seems like when you go there, you will really get a feel of what you see in the chinese movies. 🙂
Now I want ALL my flights to stopover in CHINA. ? Thanks for sharing.
China is beautiful!!!
There are really so many places… also Jiangxi and Fujian are interesting, and worthy of looking into
yea, I thought about including Shaanxi, but Xi’an is another big one on peoples lists. I wanted to go with places most dont know
China is huge… and I am pretty sure it’s full of off the beaten tracks. If you get a chance try visiting one of those ‘factory’ towns where they make all kind of Chinese goods.
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