Exploring china


Themed Tourism

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

As one of the four great ancient world civilizations, China has one of the most complete sets of heritage sites over a broad range and boasts the largest number of World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. It is home to the Terracotta Warriors (the Eighth Wonder of the World), the Great Wall (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), the Classical Gardens of Suzhou, Mount Tai, Mount Emei and West Lake, among other natural landscapes. Moreover, Chinese heritage sites are found all over the country, with visitors arriving in a Chinese city very likely to bump into one or more World Heritage Sites.

The Emerald Coast

Lingnan refers to a particular environmental region in which all provinces share similar geographic features and people have some common living habits. This primarily includes the modern Chinese provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan. Lingnan is the perfect place for a slow and lazy appreciation of Dim Sum, having fun at the Chimelong Tourist Resort, taking in the picturesque landscape of Guilin, Guangxi, and enjoying the serene and blissful embrace of nature, or going to Hainan, a veritable paradise, to lie on the beaches and let every pore of your skin breathe deeply and feel refreshed by the passion that can only be found on this “Coconut Island”!

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

As one of the four great ancient world civilizations, China has one of the most complete sets of heritage sites over a broad range and boasts the largest number of World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. It is home to the Terracotta Warriors (the Eighth Wonder of the World), the Great Wall (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), the Classical Gardens of Suzhou, Mount Tai, Mount Emei and West Lake, among other natural landscapes. Moreover, Chinese heritage sites are found all over the country, with visitors arriving in a Chinese city very likely to bump into one or more World Heritage Sites.

The Emerald Coast

Lingnan refers to a particular environmental region in which all provinces share similar geographic features and people have some common living habits. This primarily includes the modern Chinese provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi and Hainan. Lingnan is the perfect place for a slow and lazy appreciation of Dim Sum, having fun at the Chimelong Tourist Resort, taking in the picturesque landscape of Guilin, Guangxi, and enjoying the serene and blissful embrace of nature, or going to Hainan, a veritable paradise, to lie on the beaches and let every pore of your skin breathe deeply and feel refreshed by the passion that can only be found on this “Coconut Island”!

UNESCO World Heritage Sites

As one of the four great ancient world civilizations, China has one of the most complete sets of heritage sites over a broad range and boasts the largest number of World Cultural and Natural Heritage Sites. It is home to the Terracotta Warriors (the Eighth Wonder of the World), the Great Wall (one of the Seven Wonders of the World), the Classical Gardens of Suzhou, Mount Tai, Mount Emei and West Lake, among other natural landscapes. Moreover, Chinese heritage sites are found all over the country, with visitors arriving in a Chinese city very likely to bump into one or more World Heritage Sites.