Kunming Lake is the beautiful man-made lake in the Summer Palace area of Beijing. The lake along with the Longevity Hill offers a fantastic landscape.
People’s Park is the largest green zone of Chengdu covering an area of 112,639 square meters located in Shaocheng Road in the downtown city and Built in 1911.
Tian Tan Buddha is a 34-meters-tall Buddha statue known as the 2nd largest outdoor bronze seated Buddha located in Ngong Ping, Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
Jingjiang Princes' City, aka Jingjiang Princes’ Palace or Wangcheng, is the most ancient and best-preserved Prince City of Ming Dynasty in Guilin, China.
National Aquatics Center (Water Cube) was the venue for swimming competitions in the 2008 Olympic Games built based on the "soap bubble" theory.
The Great Wall of China is a magnificent structure comprising of numerous walls which stretches far more than 13,000 miles, Situated in Northern China. Besides it being a long wall, its iconic structure has a history that runs down far more than ...
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is one of the several national parks in Wulingyuan Scenic Area known as the first authorized national forest park in China
Jade Buddha Temple is a venerable and peaceful Buddhist temple in the modern and flourishing city of Shanghai constructed in 1882 during the Qing Dynasty era.
The Peak Tower of Hong Kong is a bowl-shaped building located at 396 meters above sea level including The Peak Tram, observation deck, restaurants, shops, etc.
Wukang Road, aka Route Ferguson, is a historic road in Xuhui district of Shanghai with 1.71 km of length containing 37 officially protected historic buildings.
Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family (aka Chen Clan Academy - Chen Clan Ancestral Hall) is an academic temple in Guangzhou opened in 1894 during the Qing Dynasty
Yuexiu Park is the largest park in downtown Guangzhou covering an area of 920,000 square meters comprising of three artificial lakes and seven hills.