Xinjiang Kanas Becomes Tourism Attraction
Kanas, a nature reserve and geological park, is part of the Altay Mountains in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. This highland region boasts a diversity of plants and protected an...
Mount Wutai Joins World Heritage List
China's Mount Wutai became China's 38th site to join UNESCO's World Heritage List as a cultural landscape. Mount Wutai, located in Shanxi Province, is the highest mountain in no...
Asia's Largest Ski Resort Scheduled to Open
Asia's largest ski resort is expected to open by the end of the year on Changbai Mountain in northeast China's Jilin Province. Covering an area of seven square kilometers, the res...
Colorful Chaihe River Embraces Autumn
Chaihe River scenic area enjoys unique natural sceneries in early autumn. As a national scenic park, Chaihe River scenic area is noted for the unique volcano geography of Great Hi...
Fujian Tulou Becomes a Popular Tourism Destination
Tulou in Yongding County of southeast China's Fujian Province becomes popular tourist attractions in recent years for its unique structure and distinctive artistic value. A total ...
Ancient Silk Road Promotes Integrated Tour Brand
Ancient Silk Road tour will break the administrative division, and embrace a non-obstacle tour brand by five northwest provinces of China, namely Shaanxi, Ningxia, Gansu, Qinghai...
Lijiang Old Town Embraces Tourism Peak
As a UNESCO World Heritage site with a history of more than 800 years, Lijiang old town is embracing its tourism peak in recent months. Lijiang old town was formally ranked as ...
Two Sites in Tian’anmen Square Apply for World Heritage Sites
Chairman Mao Memorial Hall and Monument to the People's Heroes in Beijing Tian'anmen Square are in application for World Heritage Sites. The Chairman Mao Memorial Hall was built ...
Potala Palace Extends Visiting Hours
The Potala Palace in Tibet autonomous region has extended visiting hours from 7:30 a.m. to 6:40 p.m. amid this year's summer travel rush. And the new schedule will last till the e...
Wudang Mountain Hosts Taoist Culture for Visitors
As the cradle of the Taoist culture, the Wudang Mountain attracts tens of thousands of visitors every year. Over 4 million tourists from at home and abroad are expected to visit t...