The Potala Palace is one of the most magnificent heritages in China, also the highest altitude palatial architecture complex on earth.
Everest Base Camp
It is the main peak of the Himalayas and the highest mountain in the world.
The center of the barkhor street is the Jokhang Temple, which was built in the same year by Songtsen Gampo for the princess chizun. The original name of the temple "Resa" as the city's name and then evolved into today's new name "Lhasa".
The Barkhor Street in the old town of Lhasa is also known as "octagonal street", which is the most famous transvestite and commercial center in Lhasa. It was originally intended to be the "holy road" of the Tibetan people.
Drepung Monastery is the largest and most prestigious temple in Tibetan Buddhism, also the largest Tibetan Buddhism temple in the world.
The Sera Monastery is one of the six main Monasteries of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism. Located on the foot of Sera Mountain, 3km north of Lhasa.
Mount Kailash (or Kangrinboqe) is located in the north of Purang County, southwest of Tibet. It is one of the four Sacred Mountains of Tibetan Buddhism.
Namtso is the second largest saltwater lake in China and the highest large-scale lake in the world. "Namtso" is a Tibetan language and means "Heavenly Lake". Namtso is one of the three "holy lakes" in Tibet and is the top sacred lake of the ancient Bon Bu
Lake YamdrokTso, The Tibetan language means "jade lake" and "swan pool", which is one of the three holy lakes in Tibet, located in Nagarzê County.
Tashi Lhunpo Monastery, meaning "auspicious sumeru temple". The monastery is the largest temple in Shigaze, Tibet, and is built on the slopes of Mount Nyima. The Tashi Lhunpo Monastery as the traditional seat for Panchen Lamas.
Basum Tso Lake
Basum Tso Lake (Basum Lake), also called Cuogao Lake in Tibetan, meaning the green water is the largest lake in eastern Tibet, located in Gongbo gyamda County.
Namjaparwa peak is the highest mountain in the Nyingchi region, elevation 7782 meters, highly ranked 15th in ranks the highest peak of the world, but in front of it 14 mountain Gao Shanquan is 8000 meters above sea level.
Pelkor Chode Monastery
was established in 1427 and took 10 years to be built. It is a typical Tibetan Buddhism monastery building combining pagodas and temples.
Lake Manasarovar is located in the south of Mount Kailash, Tibet. The name means "Invincible Jasper Lake" in Tibetan language. Lake Manasarovar is surrounded by magnificent natural scenery.
Sakya Monastery located on the foot of Benbo Mountain, Sakya County, Shigatse, Tibet, China. It is a Tibetan Buddhist Sakya monastery and is the main Monastery of the Sakya. "Sakya" is a Tibetan-language translation that means gray soil. In 1073, a descen
The Rombuk Monastery is a Nyingma sect monastery lies in Shigatse, Tibet. Located in the altitude of 5100 meters, it is the highest monastery of the world. The terrain is high and cold, so the landscape is wonderful.
The Ruins of Guge Kingdom
The ruins of Guge Kingdom are located on a dirt hill in Ngari area. The ruins covering an area of about 180,000 square meters, more than 300 meters high from the foothills to the top. The remaining clay sculptures and colored murals leaving a precious res
Lhanag-tso, or Rakshas, is located in Ngari area, Tibet. The lake is only one road apart from the holy Lake Manasarovar but is a salt water lake. The name Lhanag-tso refers to “Poisonous black lake” and is called the “ghost lake” by local people, for the
The Shalu Monastery is about 30 kilometers away from Shigatse, Tibet, and is located on the side of the highway from Shigatse to Gyangze. By 1320 AD, the monastery invited Buton Master to preside over the affairs. Since then, the Shalu School of Tibetan B
The Great Wall, is a series of ancient Chinese military defensive projects. It is tall, strong, continuous and long-lasting wall that restricts the actions of the enemy. The Great Wall is not a merely isolated city wall, but a defense system that combines
Beijing Forbidden City is a royal palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties in China. Located in the center of the central axis of Beijing, the Forbidden City is the essence of Chinese ancient palace architecture.
Summer Palace is one of the largest and well preserved royal gardens in China. The Summer Palace is a large-scale natural landscape garden built on the basis on the design methods and artistic conception of the southern gardens.
Tiananmen Square, located in East Chang'an Avenue, Dongcheng District, center of Beijing. Tiananmen Square is the main gate of the Imperial City in the Ming and Qing dynasties.
South Luogu Lane
South Luogu Lane is a hutong located on the east side of the central axis of Beijing. It is 8 meters wide and total length is 787 meters. It is one of the oldest streets in Beijing and has a history of more than 740 years.
also known as the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the First Qin Dynasty, is among the first batch of national cultural relics protection unit and Chinese World Heritage Sites. The site is located in Lintong District, Xi'an City, Shaanxi Province, China.
Xi'an Circumvallation, also known as the Xi'an City Wall, is located in the center of Xi'an City. The outline is a closed rectangle with a circumference of 13.74 kilometers. It is the largest scale and most complete preserved ancient city wall of China.
Big Wild Goose Pagoda
The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a masterpiece of Buddhist architectural art in the Tang Dynasty. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is a pavilion-style brick tower with seven stories and 64.5 meters high.
Small Wild Goose Pagoda
Small Wild Goose Pagoda is considered to be a Buddhist architectural art heritage in the Tang Dynasty. Because the it resembles a wild goose pagoda and is smaller than the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, it is called the Small Wild Goose Pagoda.
Giant Panda Base
Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is one of the major research bases for the Chinese government to implement ex-situ conservation projects for endangered wildlife such as giant pandas.
Dujiangyan, or Dujiangyan Irrigation System, is located on the Minjiang River in the western part of the Chengdu Plain, it was built in about 256 BC to 251 BC.
Wide and Narrow Alleys
The Wide and Narrow Alleys is a series of streets with unique features of old Chengdu houses. The Wide and Narrow Alleys is a relatively large-scale ancient street left over from Qing Dynasty.
Qinghai Lake is also known as Mtsho-sngon in Tibetan, which means "blue sea". It is located in the northwest of Qinghai Province, China. Qinghai Lake is both the largest inland lake and the largest saltwater lake in China.
Founded in 1377, Kumbum Monastery is the birthplace of the founder of Lamaism, Tsongkhapa, and is the center of Buddhist activities in the northwest China.
Shaolin Temple is the ancestral Chinese Zen Buddhism and is the prestigious Buddhist temple in China. It is also the birthplace of Shaolin Kung Fu. Today's Shaolin Temple is famous for its superb and practical Shaolin Kung Fu.
The Longmen Grottoes
Longmen Grottoes is one of the treasures of Chinese stone carving art and is now a world cultural heritage site. Longmen Grottoes, with Mogao Grottoes, Yungang Grottoes, and Maijishan Grottoes are called the four major grottoes of China.
White Horse Temple
The White Horse Temple is the first official Buddhist temple in China. Established in 68 A.D., the temple is considered by most believers as "the cradle of Chinese Buddhism".
Lijiang River pass through the world-famous tourism city Guilin. Born in the basin and gave birth to a unique peerless scenery, Lijiang River is a popular attraction for the unique natural landscape.
Longji Terraced Field
Longji Terraced Fields are magnificent and majestic and have the reputation of "the Top Terraced Field of the World". The Longji Terraced Field is a scenic spot based on rice farming culture, natural landscapes and ethnic minority cultural.