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Anhui

Anhui is an inland province in Southeast China. It is here that the famous Mount Huangshan offers a big surprise and excitement. The annual temperature is between 14 centigrade and 17 centigrade, so the best time to visit these scenic areas is in autumn.

Major Cities: Huangshan, Hefei

Beijing

Beijing is the capital city of China, hosting more travelers than any other city in our fascinating country and for a good reason, no other city offers so many marvels, both ancient and modern.

Chongqing

Titled the "Mountain City" or "River City", Chongqing is the starting point of the downstream Yangtze River cruises, which is expected to explore the wonderful scenery of the Three Gorges. Tourists may also head for the Buddhist rock carvings in Dazu, 163 kilometres away from the city. Spicy local food should not to be missed.

Fujian

Situated on China's southeastern coast, Fujian Province is blessed with a rich history, famous historical sites and charming natural landscapes. Beautiful sightseeing venues include Mount Wuyi called "The Garden on the Sea", Nanputuo Temple, and Earth Towers of the Hakkas. It is hospitable in all seasons for travelers on account of its year-round warm and humid climate.

Major Cities: Xiamen, Fuzhou

Gansu

Well-renowned for the ancient Silk Road, Gansu is one of the cradles of Chinese culture. Located in the upper reaches of the Yellow River, northwest China, it is a totally multinational province, including ethnic groups of Kazak, Mongolian, Tibetan, Hui, Dongxiang, Tu and Manchu. Jiayuguan Pass of the Great Wall stands in this province.

Major Cities: Dunhuang, Jiayuguan, Lanzhou

Great Wall

With a history of 2,000 years, the Great Wall stretches 8,851.8 kilometers (5,500 miles) from east to west of China like a giant dragon. Some sections of the Great Wall have been ruined or disappeared. However, it is still one of the most magnificent attractions in China.

Guangdong

Situated in the southern part of the China mainland, Guangdong has 3,368 kilometers of winding coastline, which is the longest in the country. Important cities in this province include Guangzhou, the provincial capital named "spring city", Shenzhen, where you can visit Splendid China and Window of the World, and Zhuhai.

Major Cities: Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Zhaoqing

Guangxi

Located in the southern part of China, Guangxi is one of the five minority Autonomous Regions in China. Besides the Han nationality, there are ethnic groups of Zhuang, Yao, Miao and others. Fascinating sightseeing in this region include the Li River down from Guilin to Yangshuo, Reed Flute Cave, and the Moon Hill in Yangshuo.

Major Cities: Sanjiang, Nanning, Guilin, Longsheng, Yangshuo, Beihai

Guizhou

Located in the southwest of China mainland, Guizhou is considered as a cultural melting pot of ethnic groups where more than fifteen minority ethnic groups inhabit. The most amazing scenic area is located in these settled minority areas. In this province, Huanguoshu Waterfall waits to share its beauty with all who come to see it.

Major Cities: Anshun, Guiyang, Kaili

Hainan

Hainan is the largest ocean island and the smallest land province in China. Situated at south end of China, it is called "the Oriental Hawaii". It is also a multinational region, and there the ethnic villages of Li and Miao are very typical. The capital of Hainan is Haikou city, which is the political, economical, cultural and transportation center of the whole province.

Major Cities: Haikou, Sanya

Hebei

Located to the north of the Yellow River, and to the east of the Taihang Mountains, Hebei province has a long and proud history. The climate there is very moderate. Autumn is the best season for visitors. Many relics can be found in this beautiful province, such as the famous Mountain Resort of Chengde.

Major Cities: Beidaihe, Chengde, Shijiazhuang, Qinhuangdao, Shanhaiguan

Heilongjiang

Heilongjiang is located at the northernmost of China and its capital is Harbin. National Ski Festival and Ice Festival are held every year, and Harbin is called "Ice City". Many beautiful sights in this province should not be missed.

Major Cities: Harbin

Henan

Henan lies south of China's Yellow River with a humid warm-temperate climate. The rich historic heritage has endowed Henan with numerous treasures, from primitive dwellings to the earliest wheel thrown pottery.

Major Cities: Zhengzhou, Kaifeng, Luoyang

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