We all get bombarded with things like this, constantly being told all the things that you need to do before you die, all the places that you simply have to see…
From the towering Grand Buddha of Leshan to the mighty Yangtze River, China’s spectacular landmarks help visitors to better understand the country’s past.
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The ultimate guide to the ultimate man-made wonder of the world. Get the inside info on the best places to experience the Great Wall of China.
In around 18 months of walking, you could traverse 5,000 miles of the Great Wall of China. Perhaps the most famous wall in the world, this incredible landmark carves out the landscape of China.
The Great Wall of China has made the Lonely Planet’s ultimate holiday bucket list, a list for all types of travellers.
A recent survey has revealed that Britons would most like to make a pilgrimage to the Great Wall of China if given the opportunity.