The Great Wall: The great wall of china is one of the greatest wonders and most historical place of the world. It was listed as a world Heritage by UNESCO in 1987. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across deserts, grasslands, mountains and plateaus, stretching approximately 5,500 miles from east to west in China. It is still one of the most appealing attraction all around the world owing to its architectural grandeur and most historical significance.
Mount Taishan: Mount Taishanis one of the “Five sacred mountains” in China. It is associated withsunrise, birth, and most fresh look, it is often regarded the foremost of the five. It is a mountain of historical and cultural significance located north of the city of Taian, in Shandong Province of  China. Most important thing is that, it lies in the zone of oriental deciduous forest and about 80% of its area is covered with natural vegetation. Some of trees in the area are about 1,200 years old and have cultural significance as well. Therefore it is attracted the most by the world tourists.
Forbidden City: Forbidden City is located at the heart of Beijing. In the present time this place is known as the palace museum, it is placed to the North of Tiananmen Square. This is the world’s biggest palace complex which spreads over 74 hectares. There are 9,999 buildings bordered by a moat which is a six meters deep and a ten meter high wall. Forbidden City is rectangular in shape and most attractive for visitors. It was designed to show the power and status of the king of Heaven. Visitors from all around the world visit this palace to visualise the grandeur associated with it.
White Pagoda: It is said that these white pagodas were designed by three Indian Buddhist monks. In the past few years, the pagodas have been restored and become the state historic and precious preservation. During the water-sprinkling festival, the dai people, men and women, old and young, dance around the pagodas to cerebrate the new year. They are located on the top of a small hill behind Manfeilong village. These pagodas are also called ‘Bamboo shoot pagodas’ because their shapes are like bamboo shoots. Most beautiful thing is that, the major and large pagoda in the middle which is 16.29 meters high.
Temple of Heaven: It is the most historical and an imperial sacrificial Altar in Beijing. The temple of heaven is a dignified complex of fine cult buildings set in gardens and surrounded by historic pain woods. It symbolizes the relationship between earth and heaven, the human world and Gold’s world.
Old Town of Lijiang: The Lijiang old town and natural bridges. This natural town differs from other ancient Chinese cities architectures. Lijiang tourism also boomed and travelers from around the world come in to see it. Rivers and bridges can be seen almost everywhere inside the town and there are precious shops along the streets in this town for visitors. Great inspiration can be seen by visitors when they visit the old town of Lijiang.
Yungang Grottoes: Yungang Grottoes with their 252 caves and 51,000 statues, represent the outstanding achievement of Buddhist cave art in China in the 5th and 6th centuries. In 2001, the yungang Grottoes were made a UNESCO world Heritage site and considered a masterpiece of early Chinese history. It is an amazing art which represents the brilliant creative work of ancient Chinese.
Historic Center of Macao: The Historic center of Macao provides a unique testimony to the meeting of natural, cultural, architectural and technological influences from east and west. This centre is also contains a fortress and lighthouse, the oldest and amazing in Chinese history. Centre of Macao has been associated with the exchange of a variety of cultural, spiritual, scientific and technical influences between Chinese and Western civilizations in the past. It is most impressive art of ancient and modern Chinese.
Lushan National Parks: It is a UNESCO world Heritage site. This Lushan National park have a natural Botonical gardens, there are tens of thounds of plant species. Lushan National Park is one of the spiritual centers of Chinese civilization in Jiangzi. Taoist and Buddhist temples, along with landmarks of Confucianism, are some of the most beautiful landscapes which has inspired countless artists around the globe.
South China Karst: It is most natural and historical place, spread across china’s southern provinces of Guangxi, Guizhou and yunnan. It represent one of the world’s most spectacular examples of humid tropical and subtropical karst landscapes. It contains a beautiful combination of numberous tall karst peaks, deep doliness, sinking streams and long natural river cause. Most attractive feature is that a higher diversity of shapes and changing clours.
February 23, 2010 | Mohsin Ali | No Comments | 969 views