The magnificent Great Wall of China - known in Chinese as Changcheng, or the Long Wall - stretches more than 6,000 kilometers from the fortresses.
China's largest and most important building, the Forbidden City - also known as the Imperial Palace.
The sumptuous Imperial Summer Palace is set amid more than 700 acres of beautiful parkland. The palace was built in 1153.
It boasts some of China's most beautiful countryside and is famous for the crystal-clear rivers that meander through the town.
Distributed over three large underground pits and built to guard the First Emperor's tomb were more than 8,000 life-size warriors.
Here you'll have the chance to watch as many as 80 pandas go about their daily routines & playing.
The mighty Yangtze River extends more than 6,000 kilometers, making it the longest & important river in China & 3rd longest in the world.
Hundreds of years ago, the Chinese built massive stone walls around their cities to defend them from invaders, most well preserved in China.
The magnificent gardens were established in the 11th century and among 270 gardens planted here.
Constructed as a fortress and residence for Dalai Lama, it was for centuries the center of religious power, contains many of the religion's treasures.
Much of this rich collection is gathered around lovely West Lake, in the heart of the old city that is surrounded by numerous hills, pagodas, and temples.
The Three Pagodas are one of the best preserved Buddhist structures in China having endured several man-made and natural catastrophes.
With its clear streams, weird-looking peaks, wildlife and abundant sub-tropical vegetation, the park is a year-round magnet for visitors.
The tomb is noted for its unique architectural style: a combination of traditionally arranged Chinese burial sites and castles.