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So you are interested in visiting China but you don’t know where to begin.
To get you started here's our guide to the best places to visit in China. Click on the tiles to learn more about what makes each place special, including the must see attractions and how to discover them on a Wendy Wu Tour.
For the real lowdown on the best places to go in China and expert friendly advice on how to plan your trip, give our travel experts a call.
China’s capital, home to many must-see sights, such as the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square and the gateway to the Great Wall.
A gleaming modern city with towering skyscrapers, a vibrant nightlife and vast shopping malls frames the charming historical Bund district.
The historic gateway to the Silk Road, today Xian is a modern city surrounded by the ancient city walls and famous for the Terracotta Warriors.
Known as the home of the giant panda and China's most laid back and charming city, Chengdu is also the gateway to China's west.
The beauty of the Guilin’s landscape, lazy rivers meandering amongst towering limestone peaks, has inspired poets and artists for centuries.
Winding its way through mountains, gorges and fertile plains, the Yangtze has played a pivotal role in the history, culture and economy of China.
Set high on the roof of the world and guarded by the planet’s highest peaks, Tibet is a place shrouded in magic and mystery.
Chongqing forms a peninsula of city life, surrounded by mountain scenery. The gateway for Yangtze cruises and breathtaking Wulong Karst National Geology Park
Asia's most cosmopolitan city, Hong Kong dazzles with its intoxicating east meets west vibe and unique legacy of British colonialism and Chinese culture.
The Silk Road has long stirred the imagination with tales of camel caravans and swashbuckling adventurers.
Nicknamed the ‘City of Eternal Spring’ Kunming and the gateway to the Shilin Stone Forest, Kunming basks in its wonderfully mild climate and cosmopolitan atmosphere
Tibet’s capital sits in a stark valley ringed by towering snow-capped mountains. Despite modern development, Lhasa still retains that magical, mystical atmosphere
The historic city of Pingyao, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, is most famous for its fabulously preserved ancient city wall.
From its Portuguese-Chinese heritage to its vibrant food scene, Macao has established itself as one of Asia's most fascinating destinations.
China's tropical beach getaway, the balmy island of Hainan is a paradise of golden beaches, swaying palms and azure waters.