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Old meets new in modern-day China. Its diverse attractions, varying landscape, and gleaming cities offer something for every type of traveler that passes through this jewel of The East.
For those searching for ancient history, you’ve come to the right place. Of course, the biggest attraction (literally) is The Great Wall. Over 2000 years old and winding across the China country side, it’s fairly difficult to miss this one!
At the center of Beijing is yet another ancient attraction: the Forbidden City. This fortress of a city is completely surrounded by a 170-foot wide moat and remains as the largest palace building complex in the world.
After you’ve visited the highlights of the ancient world, take a step into the future with a short trek to Shanghai. Quite possibly the most-coveted region in Shanghai is The Bund. The Bund is a waterfront along the Huangpu River that’s home to architecture, restaurants, entertainment, and shopping.
No matter what your traveling goal, it will be easily achieved in China.