Top 10 Great Reasons Why You Should Visit China

If ever there was a time to plan a trip to China, it's now. The Red Republic is in the midst of a major facelift, with thousands of years of history interwoven into a thriving modern economy. Here are 10 great reasons you should visit China and observe this astounding growth period for yourself, before it's too late.

1. Rice Fields

Photographers and nature lovers flock in drovers to watch sunrises and sunsets turn the terraces into pools of gold, red and silver.

2. Hallelujah Mountains In Zhangjiajie National Park

A national park spokesman said: 'Many pictures become prototypes for various elements in the 'Avatar' movie, including the 'Hallelujah Mountains'.'

3. West Lake in Hangzhou

West Lake is the symbol of Hangzhou, and is considered one of the most beautiful sights in China.

4. Shanghai

Shanghai is a renowned international metropolis drawing more and more attention from all over the world.

5. Shan-Shui City, Guiyang

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6. Dragon Statue In Summer Palace

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There is an exquisitely sculpted bronze beast called a Kylin, with dragon head, lion tail, deer horn, and cattle hoof. In legend, the Kylin guards against destruction by fire. It is one of the relics of Yuanmingyuan (the Perfection and Brightness Garden).

7. Life On The Chinese Streets

Chinese Streets are one of the oldest and most famous commercial streets with a 500 year old history.

8. Waterfall In Libo Guizhou

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Libo Zhangjiang Scenic Spot is located in Libo County, southern Guizhou, covering an area of about 273 square kilometers. Dubbed a "green gem", this national scenic area features wild karst forests interwoven with beautiful waterscapes and striking valleys and mountains.

9. The Great Wall

The Great Wall of China is a series of fortifications made of stone, brick, tamped earth, wood, and other materials, generally built along an east-to-west line across the historical northern borders of China in part to protect the Chinese Empire or its prototypical states against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces.

10. Phoneix Ancient Town

'Fenghuang' is Chinese for 'Phoenix', the mythical bird of good omen and longevity that is consumed by fire to be re-born again from the flames. Phoenix Ancient Town is so called as legend has it that two of these fabulous birds flew over it and found the town so beautiful that they hovered there, reluctant to leave.