China’s top winter destinations have been voted for by online users, highlighting the diverse attractions there are to visit in the cold (or warm!) months.
The world’s highest saltwater lake welcomed record visitor numbers in 2015.
BBC Two is celebrating the start of Chinese New Year with a season of TV programmes focusing on China, beginning with ‘The Story of China’.
For the first time in its history, the Chinese New Year celebrations will be joined by officially designed Chinese New Year mascots.
Remarkable and unique, Chengdu is the relaxed and cheery capital of Sichuan Province and the gateway to China’s western hinterlands.
China is already a hugely popular destination, and according to a number of travel industry experts the country could be high on people’s travel bucket lists for 2016.
A giant golden statue of Chairman Mao – China’s founding father – has been erected in the countryside of Henan province.
Shanghai is one of a number of destinations that are expected to become hugely popular places to travel.