Shanghai is a famous international city drawing more and more attention from all over the world. Situated on the bay of Yangtze River, it serves as the most important economic, financial, international trade in East China. Xi’an is a big city and capital of Shaanxi Province in central China. Xi’an is usually called the birthplace of Chinese civilization. Xi’an was the capital city of 13 royal dynasties, the most for any city, and many old structures are preserved.
Situated in north-central China, Xi’an is the most popular tourist destination with foreigners and locals alike.
Continually reimagining itself as it speeds towards the future,Beijing is as compelling as it is complex.
Some places on earth can match the remarkable historical panorama on display in Beijing. There are six UNESCO World Heritage Sites in this town alone (just one less than the sum of Egypt).
Shanghai’s Promenade: The Bund
For an era, the Bund has been one of the most recognizable symbols and the dignity of Shanghai.
It is a classical garden ranking amongst the must-see attractions in Shanghai. It dates back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and was held by a government officer named Pan Yunduan.
Decorated with a moat and the circular City Wall Park, the wall encloses the square inner city.
The Great Wall of China
Country’s most famous historic structures The Great Wall of China is the only man-made architecture that can seen from space.
It is the world’s biggest inner-city square, designed to hold a million people. And also built to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Chinese Republic in 1958.
- Xie ke huang (crab shell pie).
- Sheng jian (fried bun)
- Chinese-style fried chicken
- Peking Duck
- Jiaozi (Chinese dumplings)