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Two words come to mind when we think of China: greatness and audacity. In the world's most populous country, you will benefit from numerous and varied tourist experiences. Near Beijing, you can visit one of the grandest attractions: the Great Wall. This architectural structure, which was built around 220 BC. J.C. over 21,000 kilometres, is classified as one of the seven wonders of the world. In the capital, you will find other monuments that have marked history such as the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven. In central China, the city of Xi'an is home to the famous Terracotta Army Museum. Discover the beautiful forests in Jiuzhaigou National Parks in Sichuan and Zhangjiajie in Hunan. In the latter, the canyons and cliffs inspired the setting of the film Avatar. You will also have the opportunity to cross the world's largest glass bridge! Hong Kong and Shanghai are ideal destinations for those looking for modernity and entertainment. In Tibet you will find emblematic places such as the great palace of Potala and the monastery of Jokhang. Chinese gastronomy, often accompanied by rice or noodles, is among the most renowned in the world.
China

FAQs for China

  • When is the Chinese New Year?
    The Chinese New Year falls every year between January 20 and February 21. Its date changes because the traditional Chinese calendar is based on the cycles of the Sun and moon. Each lunar year is thus represented by an astrological sign that appears every 12 years.

  • What are the major regions of Chinese gastronomy?
    Culinary specialties are shared between the following regions: Sichuan, Hunan, Cantonese, Fujian, Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangsu and Shandong.

  • Is the wall of China visible from space?
    The scientific community explains that the Great Wall is visible to the naked eye from space using a zoomed-in camera.

  • Which dynasty represents the oldest Chinese civilization?
    According to written archaeological evidence, the Xia Dynasty (3600 BC) is the oldest Chinese civilization.

  • What are the most spoken languages in China?
    Chinese refers to all languages spoken in China. Among the different dialects, Mandarin, Wu and Cantonese are the most widely spoken languages in the country.

  • Is Everest in China?
    Mount Everest is located between Nepal and China. The top of the mountain is at a height slightly above 8848 m altitude.

Things to do and see in China

  • Taiwan
    Taiwan, the island of 268 peaks, will charm travelers who want a stay offering natural and urban environments.

  • Great Wall of China
    Often compared to a Chinese dragon, the Great Wall of China is one of the seven new wonders of the world.

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