This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

10 Best Places to Visit in China

x

10 Best Places to Visit in China - Travel Video

China, the gateway to East Asia, is a fascinating country. It is an ancient civilization that gave the world Peking Man, gunpowder and noodles. Visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to the larger cities. More experienced visitors to the Middle Kingdom will strike out in other directions, where traveling may be a bit more frustrating because of the language barrier, but most definitely doable for independent travelers. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in China:

Top 10 Best Places to Visit in China

► Please Remember to Subscribe! ►
► Follow me on Twitter:
► Facebook:

----------------------------------------­-----
Top 10 Best Places to Visit in China.
To save your time and energy and allow the best value for your money, we carefully selected the top ten best places to visit in China and the most popular tour packages, in the hope of guiding international travelers especially first-time visitors to better plan their vacation.
1. Beijing
2. Shanghai
3. Xian
4. Guilin
5. Chengdu
6. Hong Kong
7. Tibet
8. Guangzhou
9. Hangzhou
10. Sanya
----------------------------------------­-----
Music:
Wings by Nicolai Heidlas Music
Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0

Music provided by Music for Creators


----------------------------------------­-----
Thanks for watching!
x

China Travel | 10 Best Places to Visit in China

► Please Remember to Subscribe! ►
► Follow me on Twitter:
► Facebook:
----------------------------------------­-----
10 Best Places to Visit in China
China, the gateway to East Asia, is a fascinating country. It is an ancient civilization that gave the world Peking Man, gunpowder and noodles. Visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to the larger cities. More experienced visitors to the Middle Kingdom will strike out in other directions, where traveling may be a bit more frustrating because of the language barrier, but most definitely doable for independent travelers. An overview of the best places to visit in China:
10. Kunming
9. Jiuzhaigou
8. Hangzhou
7. Yangshuo
6. Lhasa
5. Xi'an
4. Shanghai
3. Great Wall of China
2. Hong Kong
1. Beijing
----------------------------------------­-----
Music:
----------------------------------------­-----
Thanks for watching!

Visit China - The 10 Best Cities to Visit in China

Our List of the Best Places to Visit in China from Beijing to Pingyao to Hunan and Hong Kong. So Many Great Places to Visit in China. Let Us Help You Decide Where to Visit in China.
Filmed in Beijing, China
Copyright Mark Wolters 2016

10 Things That Will Shock You About Visiting China


What to Know About China Before You Go


5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Visiting China


Chinese Toilets: What You Should Know


5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Visiting Beijing


USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014

FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014

Find More Videos At:


Subscribe to Wolters World on YouTube!


Follow Us At


x

10 Best Places to Visit in China - China Travel Guide

10 Best Places to Visit in China & Tourist Attractions in China -
China Travel Guide and Tips.

List of Best Places to Visit in China: 1. Hong Kong, 2. Beijing, 3. Great Wall of China, 4. Shanghai, 5. Xi'an, 6. Lhasa, 7. Yangshuo, 8. Hangzhou, 9. Jiuzhaigou, 10. Kunming

Copyright: Video created by Omegatours.vn
Omega Tours Co., LTD
Add: 2nd Floor, 01 Le Duan Str - Hai Chau Dist - Da Nang City, Vietnam
Website:

Thank For Creative Commons of Authors:

Music: Brittle Rille
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


Creative Commons Photos in Flickr.

Photos Credited:

10. Kunming
Tim Kelly:
Rita Willaert:
9. Jiuzhaigou
Jean-Marie Hullot:
Brandon S:
8. Hangzhou
Gustavo M:
BenBenW:
7. Yangshuo
Mulligan Stu:
Xavi:
6. Lhasa
IMs BILDARKIV:
Göran Höglund:
5. Xi'an
V.T. Polywoda:
V.T. Polywoda:
4. Shanghai
Carlos ZGZ:
Mat Booth:
3. Great Wall of China
Jeremy Foster:
Jeremy Foster:
2. Beijing
Mathias Apitz:
Damian Bere:
1. Hong Kong
Chor Ip:
Pasu Au Yeung:

TOP 10 of CHINA: MUST SEE SIGHTs & HIDDEN GEMs for your FIRST VISIT

These are my TOP 10 MUST SEE SIGHTS and HIDDEN GEMS that we saw during our 5 weeks in China. From busy cities to cute hipster towns. Natural wonders to man made gems. China really has everything need to make it your next favourite travel destination: this is your China travel inspiration!

In this video, we look at the best places to visit and some of the most useful China travel advice for your first visit: including train travel, how to access the internet through a VPN and how to deal with culture shock.

EVERY PLACE FEATURED AND INFORMATION MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO (in alphabetical order).

FULL CHINA SERIES PLAYLIST:

APPS TO DOWNLOAD
I should really have mentioned this in the video. Before your trip, make sure you download WeChat (it's free) for scanning things in shops and restaurants for translation. Didi is also a good one, it's the Chinese Uber!

BEIJING
The capital of China is a big, busy city but it's little hutongs are a lot of fun to explore. The Summer Palace and the Forbidden City are both really worth seeing as well.

CHAKA SALT LAKE -
A lesser visited gem, located about 4 hours away from the city of Xining in Qinghai province. Famous for it's mirror-like reflections of the sky.

CULTURE SHOCK
I received a lot of comments saying that people had some reservations and fears about visiting China. To be honest, I felt the same way before I went.

DALI -
An ancient city in Yunnan province that has a little bit of everything that I love! There's nature on the shores of Erhai Lake and up in the heights of Canshan Mountain. The stunning Three Pagodas temple and the bustling culture of the ancient city.

GREAT WALL OF CHINA -
Requires no introduction. But I really recommend exploring the wilder and more remote areas of the wall, rather than the touristy sections. In this film I looked at 3 different areas and compared the strengths and weaknesses of each.

HONG KONG -
A giant, sprawling city. Which also has some amazing natural spots like Lantau Island and Kowloon Park, That's what I focussed on in my travel film.

KUNMING -
Kunming has a reputation for being a transport hub, but it's actually a really fun city to spend a few days. The Dragon Gate and Green Lake Park are particularly great and are the main focus of my travel guide linked above.

LIJIANG OLD TOWN -
A beautiful ancient town with stunning maze like streets. It rained most of the time we were there, so I went searching for the little hidden gems of the streets.

RAINBOW MOUNTAINS -
This was the best day that I had in China. Away from the Danxia Landform Geopark is a peaceful national park that is so worth exploring. It feels more like Australia or the US than China.

SHANGHAI -
The last stop that we had in China. You can get some amazing views from the World Financial Centre Viewpoint.

TRAIN TRAVEL IN CHINA
The main way we got around China. We booked everything through China Highlights, which made thinks very easy (not sponsored, just good):

VPN (virtual private network)
You need a VPN to access almost every western social media accounts in China. I used Astrill and it worked really well on my laptop and my phone (again not a sponsor):

XIAN -
I spent 24 hours exploring Xian and it definitely wasn't enough time. The Terracotta Warriors are amazing, but my film focusses on the other gems of the city.

XINGPING -
Home to the best view in China: Laozhai Mountain.

YANGSHUO -
Beautiful karst mountains, rivers and hiking. My video guide features everything we did there and it's a pretty extensive list! Including instructions on how to get to the best viewpoint in the area.

ALL OF MY GEAR:


GET £25 OFF YOUR FIRST AIRBNB:


CHECK OUT OUR AWESOME STOCK FOOTAGE:


Facebook:
Twitter:
Instagram:

Music from Epidemic Sound.

#MustSeeChina #HiddenGemsOfChina #MustSeeSightsChina

This travel guide comes from One Shot Adventures, an independent production company that specializes in unique travel videography.
x

Top 10 Places To Visit In Shanghai

Shanghai, on China’s central coast, is the country's biggest city and a global financial hub. Its heart is the Bund, a famed waterfront promenade lined with colonial-era buildings. Across the Huangpu River rises the Pudong district’s futuristic skyline, including 632m Shanghai Tower and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, with distinctive pink spheres. Sprawling Yu Garden has traditional pavilions, towers and ponds.

website-

Facebook-

Instagram-

Twitter-

Googleplus-

Blog-

Linkedin-

Tumblr-

Contact-011-47011111 (100 lines )

Travel Vlog: 9 Days in China: Shanghai, Beijing, Xi'an, Zhangjiajie | HAUSOFCOLOR

Instagram:

It was such a great experience to visit China in 9 days and explore the best of each city! I went to Beijing, Xi'An, Zhangjiajie, and Shanghai...each destination was very unique and full of culture. Thank you for the memories, China! I'll be back someday! :-)

► S H O P . M Y S T O R E ◄


►Also watch these videos:

• Postcards From Greece:
• Journey To The Far East Thailand:
• Hello Vietnam:
• My Dubai Diary:
________________________________________

►my socials:
INSTAGRAM:
FACEBOOK:
BLOG:
TWITTER:

►Music:
1. (0:00) Lost Causes by Robotaki:
2. (0:35) Collide by EVVY (Keljet Remix):
3. (2:28) Traditional Chinese Music:
4. (3:44) Lost Causes by Robotaki:
5. (6:18) Music Sounds Better With You by Giraffage:
6. (8:27) Vibe by Melvv:
7. (9:21) Rose, Rose, I Love You:

Camera: Canon S110:
Editing: Final Cut Pro X
Produced by: HAUSOFCOLOR

FTC: This video is not sponsored. Opinions are always expressed with honesty & sincerity.
________________________________________

business inquiries: myhausofcolor@gmail.com

CHINA TRAVEL GUIDE | Essential Tips to Know

-UPDATE-
You can now use the ride sharing app DiDi with foreign phone number & major credit cards. Makes getting a ride so much easier!

Traveling to China can seem intimidating, I hope my #ChinaTravelGuide can help you feel more prepared and less nervous! These #ChinaTravelTips are compiled from my unique perspective as someone who once lived in China but now visits as a 'foreigner'. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask:)

----------------------Useful Resources----------------------

(if you use the link below I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you🙏🏼)

◇ The VPN service I used for several months in China and trusts:


◇ I recommend iVisa for any help with your Chinese visa:


◇ Get my FREE China Travel Checklist:


◇ Complete guide on why you need VPN & How to use it


--------- CHINA TRAVEL TIPS series ---------
➟ 10 Things NOT to Do in China:
➟ Common Scams to Avoid in China:
➟ Learn Simple Chinese for Travel:
➟ Social and Cultural Etiquette in China:

◇ If reading is more your thing:


---------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Here's a list of topics I talk about in this video:
1. Useful Apps
2. ATMs & How to Bargain
3. Finding Accommodation
* I used booking.com because they let you know if an accommodation only accepts Chinese citizens.


4. Transportation
• Edit: I can’t believe I forgot to mention:
In bigger cities, USE the subway train! So easy and always in English.

5. Dining / Service
6. Culture Shock & What to Expect

-----------------------------------------
TRAVEL + VLOGGING ESSENTIALS

My Packing Essentials:
My Vlogging Essentials:

-----------------------------------------
CONNECT & SUPPORT

☀︎ Support me via Patreon:
☀︎ Support me via Paypal:

▷ Sign up for my Newsletter:
▷ Blog:
▷ Instagram:
▷ Facebook:
▷ Twitter:

-----------------------------------------
ABOUT ME:

Hi there, my name is Dia.
I left Los Angeles in late 2017 and have been traveling ever since. I began making videos to keep myself grounded, and since then it has turned into my dream career! Taking the leap to chase my dream was scary at first, but sharing my stories and adventures with you guys have been an amazing part of it.

I hope to continue making travel vlogs and valuable guides to help and inspire others. Would love to get to know ya! Drop a comment and say hi :)

-----------------------------------------

10 Top Places You MUST See in Shanghai, China!

10 top places that you absolutely have to visit if you are traveling to Shanghai, China!

As you guys know, I used to live in Shanghai, and I think Shanghai is definitely one of the most incredible cities on this planet, so I put up a list of 10 top places that you definitely cannot miss you are traveling to my beautiful Chinese home! I hope it will help you to enjoy this city as much as I did! :)

Places mentioned in the video:
1. The Bund
2. Yuyuan Market and Yuyuan Graden
3. Nanshi
4. Nanjing East Road
5. Nanjing West Road
6. People's Square Park (Marriage market)
7. Jing'an Temple
8. Xintiandi
9. Tianzifang (French Concession)
10. Shanghai Tower

NSTAGRAM @BYKAJAA


MY FACEBOOK PAGE


Contact me at bykaja@outlook.com

My camera:


MY OTHER VIDEOS:

I WENT TO 5 DIFFERENT UNIVERSITIES IN 5 YEARS


GUIDE TO 24 HOURS SHANGHAI


I MOVED TO PARIS


I MOVED TO PARIS AND THIS IS WHAT HAPPENED


WHAT DO I THINK ABOUT POLAND?


WHAT IS IT LIKE TO BE A THIRD CULTURE KID?


THE NIGHTLIFE IN SHANGHAI VIDEO


I GOT A TATTOO IN CHINA?


WHAT I WORE IN A WEKK IN CHINA


CHINA IS SO MUCH BETTER THAN YOU THINK


Hi! My name is Kaja :) I grew up between Poland and Denmark, and for the past couple of years I have been living in Copenhagen, Shanghai, Bangkok and Paris, making videos about my travels, daily life and fashion. I'm currently doing a MBA degree in Luxury Brand Management in Shanghai and Paris.

This video is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.

Disclaimer: Some of the links in the description are affiliate links, which means that if you click on it and choose to purchase one of the products, I will receive a small commission. This helps to support my channel, and allows me to continue making videos. Thank your for your support!

Keywords: shanghai vlog, top places in shanghai, living in china, studying in shanghai, MBA in China, expats in China, paris vlog, france, studying abroad, IFA Paris, MBA in Paris, luxury brand management, living in paris, studying abroad, china, shanghai, expats in paris, expats in shanghai, living in china, studying in shanghai, bangkok, thailand, travel vlogs, living in asia, polka w paryżu, warsaw, polska blogerka, polish youtuber
x

10 Tips for Traveling China

Traveling to foreign countries can be terrifying, especially when there’s not enough information about your destination. Here are some tips I’ve put together from living and traveling in China for 14 months and hopefully it will make your trip more enjoyable!

Talking Points:

1. TRANSLATING APPS
2. OFFLINE MAPS
3. PHONE SERVICE
4. WHERE TO STAY
5. TRANSPORTATION
6. VPN
7. PRICE RANGES
8. DIETARY RESTRICTIONS
9. CHINESE ETIQUETTE
10. PLACES TO VISIT

►JAM MOBILE:

✽ The cultural side of travel: SUBSCRIBE & CLICK the 🔔☞

✽ Weekly behind-the-scenes videos, sneak peaks, early releases, Q&A’s and more!
JOIN MY COMMUNITY ☞

🎥 ALL MY FILMING AND EDITING GEAR ☞

Get $40 off AirBnB ☞
Best VPN for travel ☞ expressvpn.com/wherespoppy
(Get 3 months free with a 12 month package!)

Follow me:

✔INSTAGRAM: @wheres.poppy
✔TRAVEL BLOG:
✔FACEBOOK:

📧 BUSINESS INQUIRIES - wherespoppy22@gmail.com

(I collaborated with JAM MOBILE for this video. My opinions are still 100% my own; I do genuinely support and believe in their product)

♬ Where I get my MUSIC ♬

1. Qaayel - Rising Sun [Concordia Recordings]


2. Not Me by Eventide 
Eventide Spotify: 
Eventide Twitter: 
Eventide Instagram: 

——————————————————
DISCLAIMER: This description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. ❤ Thank you for the support! ❤

#chinatravel #wherespoppychina

Visit Beijing - Top 10 Sites in Beijing, China


What to see and do in Beijing, China. The Best sites for tourists and travelers from the great wall to the forbidden city to the hutongs, Ming Tombs and temple of heaven.
filmed in Beijing, China
Copyright Mark Wolters 2014
x

Top Tourist Attractions in China

Top tourist attractions in China, Ancient Wonders of the Asian Giant China, Travel and Tourism-Things to do-Sightseeing in China | Lucky Trips

Splendid 3 Days in Beijing | Beijing Itinerary & Tour Suggestion

Want to take this tour to Beijing? Visit or create your own tour at

Looking for more information about China?
Follow Us!

Website:
Facebook:
Instagram:
Twitter:
Google+:
Pinterest:

Top 10 Destinations in Shanghai

Top 10 Destinations in Shanghai Subscribe:

Thanks to Getty Images for the pictures and videos!

Want more incredible content from Getty Images? Be sure to check out their page here:

With so much to see, it pays to plan ahead. Welcome to MojoTravels, and today we're counting down our picks for the Top 10 Destinations in Shanghai.

For this list, we’re looking at attractions, sights, neighbourhoods and areas of Shanghai that travellers absolutely must visit in this unique Chinese city.

10: Zhujiajiao Water Town

9: Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

8: Shanghai Maglev Train

7: Shanghai Museum

6: Lujiazui

5: Nanjing Road

4: Propaganda Poster Art Center

3 ,2 ,1...??

#Shanghai #China #Travel
x

Top 10 Best Places To Visit In China

Top 10 Best Place To Visit In China - Visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to the larger cities. An overview of the best places to visit in China:
- Beijing
- Hong Kong
- Great Wall of China
- Shanghai
- Xi'an
- Lhasa
- Yangshuo
- Hangzhou

Subscribe my Channel :

The Very Best Things to do in Beijing, China | The Planet D | Travel Vlog

What to do in Beijing in this comprehensive city guide. Our latest travel vlog counts down 19 of the best things to do in Beijing, China.
►Subscribe: and click the bell to the right for new video notifications each week

►Like our travel video? Read our blog at
Things to do in Beijing - How to Make the Most of your Visa-Free Travel:

►Like our travel video? Read our blog at
Things to do in China -
China on a Budget:
Forbidden City Tour:
Tiananmen Square Tour:
Great Wall of China:


See our Asia Playlist
Check out more China Travel Videos
Hot Cupping Yangshuo:
The Very Best of Hong Kong:

*** ThePlanetD Social***
►FACEBOOK:
►TWITTER:
►INSTAGRAM:
►YOUTUBE:
►ThePlanetD Travel BLOG:

The top things to do in Beijing
19. Peking Duck
18. Tiananmen Square
17. Silk Street
16. National Stadium
15. World Tourism Festival
14. Temple of Heaven
13. Forbidden City
12. Jingshan Park
11. Calligraphy
10. Dumpling Cooking Course
9. Rickshaw Ride
8. Hutongs
7. Pipe Street
6. Drum and Bell Towers
5. Lama Temple
4. Hot Pot
3. Tofu Workshop
2. Navigate the Beijing Subway
1. Great Wall of China

#14 Places to visit in Guangzhou | Picnic spot & Tourist Attraction | China Tourism

Plan an amazing trip to Guangzhou! Watch video reviews and get the list of top tourist places, sightseeing, attractions, and things to do in Guangzhou.

Places to visit
1 Chimelong Tourist Resort
2 Canton Tower
3 Baiyun Mountain
4 Beijing Road
5 Guangdong Museum
6 Shamian Island
7 Redtory
8 Liwan Lake Park

Guangzhou places to visit | Guangzhou local market | Most popular Tourist places in Guangzhou

TOP 10 Places to Visit in China

TOP 10 Places to Visit in China. Watch this video and share it with your friend if you like this video please Subscribe My Channel For more video.
=======================================================
KEYWORD: TOP 10 Places to Visit in China.
=======================================================
FOLLOW ME:
fb page:
fb group:
G+ group:
G+ Page:
Twitter:
Instagram:
Another Channel:
=======================================================
10. Kunming
Kunming is the economic, transportation, industrial and cultural center of southwest China. It is linked by rail from all of China’s major cities as well as with Vietnam. The mild climate makes it a good place to visit any time of the year. Largely because of the fine climate, flower-growing is a major industry and tourists can visit flower exhibits and auctions and a huge botanical garden.

09. Jiuzhaigou
Jiuzhaigou Valley has been described as a fairyland because of its many waterfalls; snow-covered karst mountains, and its 108 blue, turquoise and green colored lakes that are so crystal clear one can see the bottoms. It is also the habitat of giant pandas, though the chances of seeing them are slim due to the park’s size and the number of tourists.

08. Hangzhou
Famed for its natural scenery, Hangzhou and its West Lake have been immortalized by countless poets and artists. In the 13th century Marco Polo described the city as the most beautiful and magnificent in the world. Hangzhou’s most famous sight, West Lake, is a large lake separated by causeways and lined with ancient buildings and gardens designed for relaxation and spirituality. Visitors will find pagodas, temples, walking paths and tea farms along its shores.

07. Yangshuo
Yangshuo in south China was once a magnet for backpackers because of its cheap prices and laid-back atmosphere, but today it draws all sorts of travelers to enjoy its beautiful scenery and karst mountains. Yangshuo also makes a good base to take a day trip to Guilin for a leisurely trip on the Li River.

06. Lhasa
Lhasa is one of the most important cities in Tibet and one of the highest elevated in the world at 3,500 meters (11,500 feet). Lhasa, in spite of its absorption into greater China, has retained much of its culture. It is home to the Potala Palace, which was the former home of the Dalai Lama. The palace was constructed on the Red Hill more than 360 years ago.

05. Xi'an
Xi’an was once the start of the indispensable Silk Road that made commerce between many countries in Eurasia possible. It was also the imperial seat for no fewer than eleven dynasties, before the unification of China between 1000 BC and 1000 AD making it one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Its most famous attractions is the rather recently discovered Terracotta Army, the protectors of the tomb of the first emperor of China. Xi’an also boast 14th century city walls that are more than 12 km (8 miles) long.

04. Shanghai
Located on the East China Sea and the mouth of the Yangtze River, Shanghai is the largest city and most developed city in China. Its skyline is filling with skyscrapers while shiny shopping malls, luxurious hotels and prestigious arts centers are rising alongside. The city nights in Shanghai are representative of the Western view of China cities with bright neon signs, bustling streets and numerous businesses.

03. Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China is an assemblage of smaller walls built by various dynasties over many years. Builders erected these walls for protection from invasions by those from the north. The Great Wall itself, with a history lasting over 2000 years, measures approximately 8,800 km (5,500 miles) in length, although some of the sections lie in ruin or have disappeared altogether.

02. Hong Kong
Located off China’s southeastern coast, Hong Kong is a glittering, world-class commercial center where Chinese culture, British colonial influences and modern day high-technology blend together. While it contains the world’s highest concentration of skyscrapers and one of the highest population densities, Hong Kong also offers plenty of green spaces, mountain views and beaches.

01. Beijing
Beijing is the current capital city and remains one of the most popular places to visit in China. Its history dates back more than 3,000 years and much of that history is still alive within its borders. Beijing literally means Northern Capital, a role it has played many times in China’s long history. The city is home to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the National Museum of China, as well as the Old and New Summer Palaces.

Collect Information:
Background Music:

10 Great Attractions To Check Out in Shanghai, China (Watch This Before You Go)

Come and see Shanghai's top 10 attractions, sure to immerse you in the rich and alluring heritage of China. There's something for the whole family as you go through the various cultural, educational, and entertainment attractions Shanghai has to offer. Here are our favourites:

- Jade Buddha Temple
- Longhua Temple
- Shanghai Zoo
- Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
- Shanghai Science & Technology Museum
- Pier 16
- Jin Mao Tower & Shanghai World Financial Center
- Yu Garden
- Shanghai History Museum at the Oriental Pearl TV Tower
- The Bund

Also visit the new China Art Museum, located in 161 Shangnan Rd, Pudong, which houses a huge assortment of Chinese modern and contemporary art. Set to rival New York's Metropolitan Museum and the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, the China Art Museum is a must-see if you're in Shanghai.

Experience Shanghai's exciting mix of traditional sites and modern architectural landmarks - all here in this bustling and dynamic metropolis!

Shares

x

Check Also

x

Menu