3 things to do you cannot miss in China


It is well-acknowledged that visitors who go to Egypt shouldn’t miss pyramids, to India shouldn’t miss Taj Mahal and to France shouldn’t miss the Louvre. Definitely, there are several places and things in China that travelers must mark in their itineraries, such as climbing the Great Wall, cruising along an ancient Chinese town and cooking Chinese dishes.

This list of TOP THREE THINGS TO DO IN CHINA can help tourists avoid the pity of missing worthy places, as well as the worries of wasting time on inessential things. And only having done more than half of these things, can people tell others that they have already been to China.

Trek On the Great Wall

Just as an old Chinese saying goes, ‘he who has never been to the Great Wall is not a true man’, this great wonder is on almost every itinerary of visitors who come to China.

The building of this great fortification took over 2,000 years with more than 19 dynasties involved; it is thus unparalleled in the scale and span of the world’s constructions. With a total length of 21,196.18 kilometers (13,170.7 miles), the Great Wall meanders from east to west across nearly 15 provinces with complicated topography. It is like a giant dragon, leaving its visitors an amazing impression of China.

Tongli via Wikipedia

Experience an Ancient Chinese Town—Tongli in Jiangsu Province

No one can resist the charm of ancient Chinese towns, among which Tongli water town is worthy of a visit. Located 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Suzhou downtown, the town has a long history of more than 1,000 years. It used to be the most favorite place that counts over 100 dignitaries among its erstwhile inhabitants.  

Houses surviving from the Qing (1644–1912 AD) and Ming (1368–1644 AD) dynasties are dotted along the riverside, making Tongli become a museum of ancient Chinese architecture. And since the town is surrounded by five lakes, it has numerous distinctive stone-arch bridges and canals on which you can hire a boat to cruise.

And you can also see distinctive garden-style architecture like Tuisi Garden and Jiayin Hall, buy special souvenirs and taste local snacks in Tongli.

Join the Panda Keeper Program in Sichuan Province

Become a panda keeper via Sunday post

Giant pandas are unique to China, so it is a good chance for travelers who come to this country to join a panda keeper and take care of this endangered species.

Native to central-western and southwestern China, they are easily recognized by their large, distinctive black patches around the eyes, ears, and on their rotund bodies. Pandas are good swimmers and tree climbers because they are members of the bear family. But their diet is composed by 99% of bamboo.

Since the WWF (World Wildlife Fund) use giant pandas as its symbol, their lovely image has won the love and adoration of people all around the world. People love them partly on account that pandas all have an appealing baby-like cuteness that makes them resemble to living teddy bears, which draws hundreds of thousands of foreign visitors each year to come all the way to China only for a glimpse of these cute animals.

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