The third largest nation (after Russia and Canada), it has everything that can be fascinating to a visitor: architectural landmarks of one of the most ancient civilizations, national parks with different climate and nature, modern metropolises of the present day and small provincial towns which figured out how to protect their unique culture, astonishing sand beaches and out of reach snow-white peaks.

Over the past 30 years an inrush of visitors has grown by many times, and today China positions the world’s sixth in the number of tourists. Nonetheless, China was used to be one of the most shut off countries for vacationers. It was not until the end of the 1970-s when the circumstance impressively changed, the government even took profound measures. Today China continues to attract travelers, implementing reforms in the circle of visa regime, etc. Cultural tourism in the tourist sphere in China, as in numerous different nations, holds a high position. The country with the history numbering more than one thousand years has a large number of monuments belonging to different dynasties ruling as far back as BC, pilgrimage destinations of Buddhism and different religions, colossal sculptures and temples, and the Great Wall of China, one of its visiting cards. Moreover, the architecture and cultural features within the country vary extensively depending on the region.

A fundamental part of cultural tourism in China is ethnic tourism. The country is inhabited with many ethnos featuring their national costumes, traditions, cuisine and even languages. Despite the fact that the Chinese themselves represent 93 percent of the nation’s total population, they differ province by province. The travelers will have the capacity to take in more not just about the lifestyle of the Chinese, yet also about their unique life philosophy, which is so different from the West.
Like the mentality of the East contrasts from that of the West, so does the Chinese folk medicine from the western one. This fact reflects a particular interest in health tourism in China. The knowledge accumulated by Chinese healers for a huge number of years, even now, help many thousands of individuals who experience the ill effects of acute and chronic diseases. Chinese doctors are equipped with medical herbs, healing springs, different kinds of massage, acupuncture and so on. Moreover, you can merely support immunity and keep the body in tone.

Alongside with that, China, though cannot be considered as an environmentally stable nation, because of the various plants and power stations, has its national parks, which figured out how to protect unique nature. Flora and fauna of the Heavenly Empire contrast from those of other parts of the world; there, you can see distinctive native zones and unusual animals. A few types of animals are under exclusive control: needless to state that panda is one of China’s national symbols.
Moreover, ecological tourism in China works amazingly with active tourism. One of the popular tourist places is the National park in Zhangjiajie, with vertical mountain cliffs rocketing sky-high. There, you can get a supply of adrenalin, having gone out for a stroll by a glass path, running along the Tianmen mountain Krantz, or by a thin wooden way on holy Hua Shan mountain.

For the individuals who wish to travel among the snowy mountains, there is a road in Tibet. Also, a railroad service between Beijing and Lhasa has been recently arranged. So a trip to the world’s highest peaks has been considerably simplified.Domestic tourism must be specially considered in China. Since most of the nation’s working population has no free leave schedule, the government has made an arrangement of festive occasions, when the general population can travel in the country. Three periods within a year called as “golden weeks” fall on New Year, 1 May (Labor Day) and 1 October (PRC National Day). These days the costs for tickets and inns increase a few times, and cultural and historical spots are overflowed with local tourists. Foreign tourists need to think about these days when arranging trips to China. At last, shopping tourism in China should likewise be considered. Everyone knows that a significant part of the world’s goods and products are labeled “Made in China,” naturally, every one of these goods’ cost should be cheaper in the source country. Indeed, many things at the best quality-value proportion can be found in major cities of China overflowed with boutiques and shopping malls. Along with this, an extensive variety of souvenirs to fit each taste: objects of the interior in Chinese style, different vases, and figures, knickknacks, accessories can be purchased there as a remembrance to recall the trip to the Heavenly Empire. In a specific sense, China can be called “Mecca” for shopaholics.
Business travel to China has become more important as the years pass. In recent years, a record number of business people from abroad traveled to China to looking for business opportunities, visiting suppliers, business partners in ITB China. This year, ITB China will be between the days of May 16-18, 2018. As HotelsPro, we will take our place at Stand no: 350 to take the opportunity to develop long-term business partnership with our visitors.

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