€£$
по-русскиen Español (pronto)
enter
1159places to visit
in the world

What to see in China —
28 places to visit

26things to doin China

30 places to visit in China

allvillagesparkstowns

#1in ZhangjiajieTianmen MountainTianmen Mountain in Zhangjiajie

The height of the Tianmen Mountain is 1519 meters. The world's longest ropeway, which consists of 98 wagons, leads to the top of the mountain, and the glass path surrounds its full-circle.

#1in BeijingGreat Wall of China in BeijingGreat Wall of China in Beijing

Great Wall of China - the Eighth Wonder of the World is striking in its scope and is considered one of the most spectacular sights in the world.

#1in WeinanMount Hua in WeinanMount Hua in Weinan

This sacred place is literally crowed by travelers eager to experience the adrenaline rush while conquering the highest peak of Mount Hua by the Trail of Death.

#1in HangzhouHuangshan National ParkHuangshan National Park in Hangzhou

The park is located on the territory of the Huangshan mountain range (Yellow Mountains), which is characterized by granite rocks overgrown with needles.

#1in ChengduChengdu Research Base of Giant Panda BreedingChengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Chengdu

The Chengdu Research Base is considered a homeland of Giant Panda.

#2in TaiwanJiufenJiufen in Taiwan

Mountain town that is in Ruifang District, New Taipei City. It used to be a gold-mining town. They don't extract gold here any more, but you can walk along narrow streets and try local food.

#1in TaiwanSun Moon LakeSun Moon Lake in Taiwan

The biggest natural lake in Taiwan occupying an area of 7,7 km² and having a 40-meter deep is separated into two parts: the northern one resembles the sun, the southern - the half moon. The lake is a one-hour drive from Taichung city.

#3in TaiwanTaipei 101 skyscraperTaipei 101 skyscraper in Taiwan

The main thing of 508-meter of Taipei 101 skyscraper is a huge pendulum ball between 87 and 91 floors that increases the seismic resistance of the construction. There is an observation deck atop the skyscraper. The fee - TWD600.

#6in TaiwanHoutong Cat VillageHoutong Cat Village in Taiwan

The coal mining village that is known for abundance of cats is located in Ruifang District of New Taipei. You can get here by train from Taipei Main Station. One-way ticket costs NT$56.

#7in TaiwanModern Toilet restaurantModern Toilet restaurant in Taiwan

Theme restaurant stands in Wanhua District near Ximen metro station. The dishes are served in the form of excrement in bidet-shaped bowls, and drinks - in urinals. Average receipt amount is TWD400. Opening hours - from 11:30am till 10am.

#8in TaiwanLaomei Green ReefLaomei Green Reef in Taiwan

Volcanic rock that was cut through by waves covers with algal bloom in April and May. The spot is located 39 kilometers north of Taipei Main Station.

#4in TaiwanTaipei’s Elephant MountainTaipei’s Elephant Mountain in Taiwan

183-meter mountain in Taibei stands near the Xiangshan metro station - not far from Taipei 101 skyscraper. It consists of 6 giant stones that look like an elephant. A few trek routs lead to the mountain's top.

#9in TaiwanFormosan Aboriginal Culture VillageFormosan Aboriginal Culture Village in Taiwan

The village that now is rather an entertainment park in YuChin township. It is open daily from 9:30am till 5pm. Come here in the morning to see the local aborigines greet visitors.

#10in TaiwanDajia Riverside ParkDajia Riverside Park in Taiwan

The park stretches along the Keelung river and occupies an area of 420 square kilometers. You can get here by bus №№ 33, 72, 222, 286. At the end of May dragon boat racing takes place here.

#1in KunmingNaigu Stone ForestNaigu Stone Forest in Kunming

It is placed 126 kilometers southeastward of Kunming and occupies an area of 350 square kilometers. Moves of tectonic plates formed the stones themselves and instant water and wind erosion made their shape.

#1in OrdosKangbashiKangbashi in Ordos

Ghost town that occupies 350 square kilometers is placed in Ordos region in central north part of China. Its construction started in 2001. The infrastructure was meant to hold one million residents, but the town is populated only for 2%.

#11in TaiwanRainbow VillageRainbow Village in Taiwan

The village is actually a street that once was painted by a war veteran. It is located in Nantun District of Taichung city. It'll take you 10-15 minutes to go around.

#12in TaiwanHigh-Heel Wedding ChurchHigh-Heel Wedding Church in Taiwan

16-meter construction stands in Budai Township. Besides regular services, the church serves for wedding ceremonies. It's open every day from 9am till 7:30pm, on weekends - till 8pm.

#5in TaiwanFormosa Boulevard Metro StationFormosa Boulevard Metro Station in Taiwan

The station is in Kaohsiung city in south-western Taiwan. It is a transfer station between Red and Orange metro lines and is known for a 30-meter-in-diameter colorful dome.

#13in TaiwanEternal Spring ShrineEternal Spring Shrine in Taiwan

The temple stands in Taroko National Park in Hualien County near Xiulin town. It was built in tribute to 212 workers tragically died here during construction works. Opening hours - daily (except for 2nd Monday of every month) 8:30am - 5pm.

#14in TaiwanWanli UFO VillageWanli UFO Village in Taiwan

The village is located on the north coastline of Taiwan, 20kilometers from Keelung city. Here you'll find more than 100 houses of two types - flying saucer Futuro and square capsules Venturo.

#15in TaiwanTuntex Sky TowerTuntex Sky Tower in Taiwan

348-meter skyscraper stands in Kaohsiung downtown. It is one of the highest buildings in the world. Offices are placed on lower towers, observation deck is on 75th floor. High-speed elevators run through 85 builduing's floors.

#16in TaiwanYehliu GeoparkYehliu Geopark in Taiwan

The geopark is situated in Wanli town on the north coastline between Keelung and Taibei cities. The place is known for its unusual rock formations.

Know more places to visit?

Share your ideas of what to see in China with other travellers — together we'll make our travellings much more interesting!