Here we will focus only on the 7 unique natural wonders of China. Discover places with majestic nature, a better climate than anywhere else in the world. Are you curious about the partners we are recommending below for your next trip?
1. Truong Gia Gioi mountain peak
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a natural wonder on par with the grandeur of the famous Bryce gorge or Monument Valley. The sandstone tops are next to each other like a 200 meter high, white, cedar forest. The forest also has biodiversity, and when the fog spreads, the mountains seem to float in the air like the scenery you’ve seen in the famous movie Avatar.
2. The weathered limestone landscape in Que Giang River – the pearl of Que Lam
When it comes to China’s natural landmarks, the Quejiang River with its pointed hills must be included in the top list. Very few places have deep weathered limestone hills like the Que Giang River in Guangxi. A tourist boat makes “the most beautiful hills and rivers in the sky” more friendly, a lot of interesting things will gradually reveal when you take a yacht on the river through the 83 km long road between Guilin and Yangzhou. Soak up limestone mountains, take part in outdoor activities such as cycling or walking among rice fields to soak up nature in China.
3. Mount Everest – The highest wonder in the world
Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. It lies on the border of Tibet and Nepal. A trip to Everest Base Camp in Tibet will provide a transcendental experience amidst a spectacular setting. You can explore the Everest tour for detailed instructions on what to do when coming to this mountain.
Standing on the highest natural wonder in the world to feel every scene under your feet and breathe fresh, pure air will be one of the most unforgettable moments of your life!
4. Tiger Dance Competition
Tiger Leaping – A canyon on the Yangtze River near Lijiang City is one of the deepest canyons in the world. The canyon has a length of 16 km and a depth of 4 km, which attracts many visitors who prefer to take hiking trips. A walk for more than two days will give you the answer why this place is so attractive?
5. Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area – Alps fairyland with rainbow colors
Jiuzhaigou features large turquoise pools, pools, alpine glaciers, wildlife and waterfalls at elevations between 2,000 and 3,000 meters (about 8,000 feet). The tower has a white peak as high as 4,700 meters. Autumn here is especially colorful.
6. Yarlung Tsangpo Gorge
Yarlung Tsangpo – one of the most fascinating places in Tibet, is the largest and deepest gorge in the world. It is 1,300 meters (4,000 ft) deeper than the Tiger Leaping gorge. It is in an area of Tibet that is difficult to access, but it has been known as a place to walk and kayak among diverse and pristine nature.
7. Tien Duong tidal road – Tidal wave of the world record
Tien Duong Tidal Road is where you can easily see the largest tidal wave in the world. Sometimes, it’s 9 meters high! The six Chinese natural wonders mentioned above all belong to towering peaks (and deep valleys), but this is the only wonder created from the Pacific!
Every year, people here often hold festivals celebrating the biggest wave of the year. A large wave of sea water rolls up the Qiantang River near Hangzhou during the Mid-Autumn Festival (within 2 weeks of September 21). In fact, tides can be seen in almost all high tide events, and are greatest during spring tides when the moon and sun (and wind) are aligned.