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China has become one of the world's most-watched and hottest inbound and outbound tourist markets. China is the third most visited country in the world. Tourist resources in China can be divided into three main groups: natural sites, historical and cultural sites, and folk customs.

 
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Muslim Street (Muslim Quarter) - Sightseeing Xian

The Muslim Quarter is a "must visit". It is an area of narrow streets, markets and shops to the north and north-west of the Drum Tower.
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5 Things You Did Not Know About the Great Wall of China

It is considered to be a part of the 8 Wonders of the World, and has continued to amaze visitors from all over the world with its unique structure and far reach. The Great Wall of China is definitely a marvel to behold, spanning over a thousand kilometers and is one attraction that can practically be visited from a variety of area points. Originally intended as a means of protection for the Chinese Empire's northern reaches and built during the 5th century, this never fails to impress tourists from all over the world. Since its construction, more and more walls have been built into it, thus becoming the famed wall that we know today.
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China Travel Tips to Prepare You For a Visit to China

If you are visiting different cities or regions during your trip, it is recommended that you spread your buys out such that you can purchase the unique products of each place. For example, Xinjiang is famous for carpets while Suzhou is well-known for its silk. Do feel free to bargain to get the best prices for your goods, except in malls and department stores.
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A Brief Guide to Xian Great Mosque and the Surrounding Muslim Quarter

The Muslim Quarter surrounds the Xian Great Mosque and is undoubtedly one of the significant and vibrant areas to be found in the city. Within this area, travelers will find that most of the inhabitants have lived in this area for all of their lives. In most cases members of most of the families will live and see out their days here without ever having ventured out to any other parts of Xian at all.
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Overview of the Great Wall of China

Of the many wonders of the modern world, few are as often talked about as the Great Wall of China. This ancient (though still considered modern by historical means) structure is a major tourist attraction, with many people from all over the world making trips to China just to see the Wall. There are many facets of the Great Wall of China that intrigue people to this day, and they probably will for many generations to come.
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China Travel Made Easy - Tips to Prepare You For Your China Trip

China is a country with a long and illustrious history, colourful ethnic traditions and sumptuous cuisine, besides its breathtaking natural and architectural sites. These are some of the reasons why China is a very popular destination for visitors from all over the world.
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The Reluctant Pandas of China

The Giant Panda is universally loved around the world, but this amazing creature currently faces many threats. The giant panda population is small and isolated to China's mountainous areas in the south-west of the country. They are a national treasure and also protected by law. The Chinese government has set-up more than 30 reserves, but destruction of the local habitat and poaching continues to pose a threat to pandas living outside these reserves. With China's rapid economic development, it is becoming increasingly crucial to ensure the giant pandas survival.
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Top Things to See and Do in China

For some, a trip to China would be a once in a lifetime opportunity. To get the most out of your time in China, with the chance to immerse yourself in the culture and history of one of the most ancient civilisations on earth, it's vital to know exactly what to see and do while you're there.
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China Discovery in Depth

Hiking Jiangxi. Jiangxi is one of those provinces that you might overlook when planning your China travel itinerary. Not only full of bucolic scenery, Jiangxi also enjoys convenient train ride radiating around Shanghai. From the towering Sanqing Mountain to the picturesque Wuyuan village, Jiangxi has much to offer for visitors. If you have a comfortable pair of shoes and are looking for exploring China's country life, Jiangxi could be the best choice for you.
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The Forbidden City, China

The third Ming emperor YongLe returned the capital to Beijing (from Nanjing) and in 1406 he began construction of a new and extremely grand imperial palace complex. The building work took 14 years to complete - and an estimated one million workers, including 100,000 artisans, were involved.
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Planning a China Holiday - Some Things You Can Consider Doing

As a haven for tourists seeking a variety of experience, China never fails to impress all with its jaw-dropping collection of sites of wonderful natural beauty, mystical tribal cultures, awe-inspiring historical and cultural landmarks and throbbing metropolises.
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China

The People's Republic of China is one of the greatest country in Asia and in the world. We all know that China is fast emerging as one of the top countries in the world. China is indeed a formidable country and on its land lies the great history of its civilization. Visit China now and experience the very best of Asia.
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Top 10 Things to See in China

Culturally, China has one of the most rich histories of all civilizations that encompasses over 5,000 years. This is rich stuff for a traveler. A vast and extraordinary country spanning thousands of miles from the deserts in the west to the ocean on the east, China is also rich in breathtaking natural scenery. The following top 10 things are strongly recommended. Map showing the locationsof the following attractions can be found at ChinaTouristMaps.com.
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How Long Is the Great Wall of China?

If you want to know-the length of this great historical structure, I think this article will be helpful for you. In fact, the fantastic wall had not been developed in a single dynasty. It had been developed over more than 3 dynasties-Qin Dynasty, Han Empire and Ming Dynasty, during these 3 dynasties Great Walls was built, refurbished and enlarged by numerous Chinese rulers.
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A Glimpse On How Big Is The Biggest Buddha Statue

Buddhism is one of the biggest religions in the world and Buddha Statues are the embodiment of the religious belief that has become broken down into three distinct categories. The Mahayana Buddhism is the religion of 56% of all Buddhists and is prominent in China, Korea, and Japan. The Theravada represents 38% of the Buddhist believers and is practiced in Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Cambodia, and Thailand. Vajrayana Buddhism is the religion of the remaining 6% of all Buddhists and is practiced in Nepal, Mongolia, and Tibet.
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How Were Terracotta Soldiers Made

The Terracotta Army is one of the most mysterious creations of the ancient world. More than 8,000 Terracotta Soldiers were made to accompany the First Emperor of unified China Qin Shi Huang in his last journey.
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China Panda Tour

The giant panda is universally loved. Their symbolic black and white fur-color distinguishes them well from any other animals. Giant Panda, with only about one thousand left in the wild, is also the most well known endangered animal in the world. Also more than 80% of giant pandas left in the world are living in and around Sichuan.
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Terracotta Army From China

British Museum in London will display the original excavates of the Terracotta Army from China at its premises in an exhibition between September 2007 and April 2008. The worthwhile exhibition of Chinese master creations will get a feel of foreign lands outside their native mainland China for the first time since its inception more than 2000 years ago.
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The Best Places to Spot Pandas in China

Pandas are the amiable icon of south central China, and still an endangered species throughout the world. Officially known as the giant panda to distinguish from the red panda, these animals live off of a 99 per cent bamboo-based diet, which is actually one of the main causes of their plummeting numbers, as this food source has dwindled in recent years. Nevertheless, here are some of the best places to see these magnificent animals during holidays in China.
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Temple of the Six Banyan Trees - A Historical Haven

Great Buddhist tradition and heritage speaks volume when you climb up the ancient stairs of the most exhilarating temple in the world.
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Exploring the Forbidden City

The Forbidden City is located in the Tiananmen Square; heart of Beijing and is the most impressive and elegant palatial complex in the world. It consists of a number of buildings which together house 9,999 1/2 rooms.
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Chinese Terracotta Army - Cultural Influence of Ancient Art

Warriors of the Terracotta Army present an invaluable artistic reference for those interested in culture of Ancient China. By examining the armours and clothing of these soldiers it is possible to trace influences from different regions of China.
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