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The economic drive of recent times means many of China’s cities are as shaped by modernity as anywhere you care to mention, but it’s also somewhere underpinned by dearly held customs and a near-unfathomable amount of diversity. China's landscapes unfurl across the map in vast swathes of territory, and its sights, sounds and infinite oddities collectively amount to one of the world’s truly great travel experiences. The food’s fantastic too, and getting to grips with the different regional cuisines can be hugely enjoyable. In other areas, tradition only counts for so much. The pace of development in its key cities – Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and increasingly others – has thrown up skylines to rival almost any in the world. They’re emblematic of the ‘new’ China, a powerhouse both economically and politically; somewhere eager to make the rest of the world sit up and take notice. Even the ego-driven rulers of the past, from Qin Shi Huang through to Mao, would surely be amazed at just how influential their country has become.

 

<p style="\&quot;text-align:" justify;\"="">Shift away from the urban sprawl and out into China’s rural areas, however, and you’re confronted with a very different reality. The scenery veers from lush terraced rice paddies and the harsh peaks of the Himalayas to the gorges of the UNESCO-protected Yangtze River. In some of the rural heartlands, indeed, the tableau of life can seem little changed from 50 years ago, at least on the surface. China is full of endless quirks and contradictions, but that’s half the charm.

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Visit the Great Wall
There is a saying in China that one who fails to reach the Great Wall is not a hero. Therefore, the first thing to do in China is to visit the legendary Great Wall.
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Embark on a Yangtze River Cruise
The Yangtze River is one of China and the worlds most geographically, historically, and culturally important bodies of water. Visitors usually choose to see the Yangtze by indulging in a cruise, which tends to travel from Chongqing to Zhichang, or from Yichang to Chongqing.
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Visit the Terracotta Army in Xi\\\\\\\'an
fter a visit to Xian, the former Prime Minister of France Chirac once said, The Terracotta Army can equal the Seven Wonders in the Ancient World. Going to China and not seeing the Terracotta Army is like going to Egypt and missing the Pyramids.
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See the Giant Pandas in the Sichuan Province
As the symbol of the WWF (World Wildlife Fund), the lovely image of giant pandas has won the love and adoration of people all around the world.It is native to central-western and southwestern China.
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