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Located in Northeast China, Heilongjiang is China's northernmost province. Heilongjiang covers a vast territory and has four distinct seasons, with rich cultural heritage, abundant natural resources and unique tourist resources. Its border stretches over 3,045 kilometers, and it lies at the geographic as well as the cultural, economic and trade communication center of Northeast Asia. Thanks to its particularly favorable geographic position, it plays a major role in the tourist industry in Northeast China and even China at large. It has become a world-renowned comprehensive tourist destination which is a world of ice and snow, a summer resort, and business convention and a tourist transport center rolled into one.

The name Shanxi means "west of the mountains", a reference to the province's location to the west of the Taihang Mountains and with the Yellow River to its east. Officially abbreviated to "Jin" in Chinese, after the State of Jin that existed here during the Spring and Autumn period. The Xihoudu Culture and the historical residential courtyards in Dingcun show that mankind has inhabited this land since the Paleolithic Age. Shanxi is blessed with a rich cultural heritage and countless historical relics. Shanxi is known for its wonderful scenery, fertile land and the abundance of the five grains. It is home to the famous Taihang Mountains, Lvliang and the Hukou Waterfall, which every Chinese person is familiar with as it is printed on the back of the 50 Yuan banknote.

Hebei, officially abbreviated to "Ji" in Chinese, is a province situated on the North China Plains. The name Hebei literally means "north of the river", referring to its location in relation to the Yellow River. The province is bordered by Bohai Bay to the east, the Taihang Mountains to the west, the Yellow River to the south and the Yanshan Mountains to the north, and surrounds Beijing and Tianjin. It is the only province in China that has plateaus, mountains, hills, basins, plains, lakes and seashores. Another common name for Hebei in Chinese is the "Land of Yanzhao", after the States of Yan and Zhao which existed here during the Warring States Period in early Chinese history. Hebei Province is one of the cradles of the Chinese nation. Over 5,000 years ago, the Yellow Emperor, the Yan Emperor and Chiyou, the three legendary founding fathers of China, reconciled here after numerous battles to usher in the brilliant history of Chinese civilization.

Sichuan, officially abbreviated to "Chuan" or "Shu" in Chinese, is located in the hinterland of Southwest China and in the upper reaches of the Yangtze River. Lying to its west is the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau and to its east is the Sichuan Basin. The tremendous changes caused by geological movements over hundreds of millions of years have created the wonderful and precipitous landscape of Sichuan. Sichuan is home to many great mountains and rivers, beautiful lakes, unpredictable climate, abundant animal and plant life and unique natural wonders. The territory is like a lovable panda that is welcoming tourists from home and abroad with open arms. The province is quite simply a paradise for tourists.

Shandong is a province situated in the East of China in the lower reaches of the Yellow River. Shandong can be literally translated as "east of the mountains", referring to the province's location to the east of the Taihang Mountains. A common alternative name for Shandong is Qilu, after the States of Qi and Lu that covered the area during the pre-Qin period. Shandong is a major birthplace of Dongyi culture, has a long history, rich culture and magnificent mountains, springs, rivers and lakes which have nurtured generations of sages and men of virtue. Mount Tai in Shandong is the most revered of the Five Great Mountains in China. The city of Qufu is the birthplace of Confucius, and later established itself as the center of Confucianism. Baotu Springs is known far and wide for its many springs and beautiful scenery. These mountains, springs and sages have attracted countless tourists to come visit this beautiful, prosperous and wonderful land.

A coastal province in East China, Jiangsu Province borders Shanghai Municipality, and provinces of Zhejiang, Anhui, Jiangsu, officially abbreviated to "Su" in Chinese, is a coastal province in eastern China. The province is well-known for its booming economy, well-developed education system and prosperous culture, which is mainly comprised of four branches: the Wu culture, Jinling culture, Huaiyang culture and Zhongyuan culture. The Yangtze River, the longest river in China, cuts through the province in the south before it reaches the East China Sea, dividing the region into two parts both climatically and culturally: the prosperous urban south and the rural north. Jiangsu is blessed with extremely rich tourist resources; picturesque water towns in Jiangnan, exquisite classical gardens, mist-covered lakes and rivers, majestic mausoleums and millennia-old monasteries, all filled with rich cultural heritage make Jiangsu an ideal tourist destination.

Shaanxi, officially abbreviated to "Shan" in Chinese, is located in inland China in the middle reaches of the Yellow River, with the Loess Plateau sprawling across its north, the Guanzhong Plain lying in its central area and the Han River flowing through its south. It possesses the characteristic resources of both the north and south, and is the Chinese province with the largest number of neighboring provinces. Shaanxi is home to a myriad of tourist attractions, as is endowed with a rich cultural heritage from the glorious Zhou, Qin, Han and Tang dynasties. Every inch of ground contains millennia-old secrets laden with the marks of time which are now slowly being unraveled one by one.

Anhui was first made a province in the sixth year of the Kangxi era of the Qing Dynasty(AD 1667), and its name derives from the names of two cities: Anqing and Huizhou (now Huangshan City). The official abbreviation for Anhui is "Wan" after Mount Wan and the State of Wan which covered the area during the Spring and Autumn period. Anhui is one of the provinces in China with the richest tourist resources, boasting picturesque landscapes and ancient Buddhist, Taoist and Anhui Culture sites with distinctive Chinese characteristics. Huangshan, Xidi and Hongcun, two ancient villages in Yi County, are included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites, and Huangshan is a world cultural heritage, natural heritage and world geopark.

Chongqing is China's largest direct-controlled municipality and lies along the upstream of the Yangtze River in Southwest China. Its city flower is the camellia. Cocooned by mountains, Chongqing is known as a "Mountain City", and also known as a "River City" as the Yangtze and Jialing rivers converge here. Charming night views win it the title of "Little Hong Kong". Moreover, Chongqing is also known as the "Hot Spring Capital of the World" for its particularly rich source of hot springs. With a subtropical monsoon humid climate, the city enjoys distinct seasons with warm winters, early springs, hot summers, and cool autumns, as well as a long frost-free period. It is best to travel to Chongqing in spring and autumn. As a National Famous Historical and Cultural City, Chongqing is home to a number of natural and cultural sites like the Three Gorges, Dazu Rock Carvings, and Wulong Karst.

Liaoning, officially abbreviated to "Liao" in Chinese, literally means "eternal peace on the Liao River basin". As the only coastal province in Northeast China, Liaoning is one of the birthplaces of the Chinese nation and civilization and is the cradle of New China's industrial rise. It has been hailed as the "Eldest Son of the Republic" and the "Ruhr of the Orient”. Liaoning is a thick history book, as it is home to historical sites such as the 9.18 Historical Museum, Commander Zhang's Mansion and the Shenyang Imperial Palace, as well as being a book of folklore that offers brilliant cultural and artistic programs such as the Two-people Rotation (a song-and-dance duet) and Yangge dance. Liaoning is also a picture album filled with beautiful natural scenery, such as Xinghai Square in Dalian, Red Beach in Panjin, Bijia Mountain in Jinzhou and the Yalu River in Dandong all with their breathtaking landscapes.

The province's name derives from the Zhe River, formerly known as the Qiantang River which flows past Hangzhou and whose mouth forms Hangzhou Bay. "Zhe" is usually translated as "Crooked" or "Bent" due to the shape of the river. Situated in the south of the Yangtze Delta region, Zhejiang is the birthplace of Wuyue and Jiangnan cultures and is often called the "land of fish and rice”. Zhejiang has more forest parks than any other province in China. It is home to many scenic areas, including museums about silk, tea, clothing and the official kilns of the Southern Song. There are numerous must-see places in Zhejiang, such as West Lake in Hangzhou, the ancient towns of Shaoxing, Mount Putuo the bodhimanda of Guanyin and the historic scenic town of Wuzhen. It is also the sacred home of Chinese calligraphy and painting, as it has nurtured numerous well-known calligraphers and painters throughout history such as Wang Xizhi, Chu Suiliang and Wu Changshuo.

Guangxi, officially the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, sits in Southern China, facing the Beibu Gulf in the south and bordering Vietnam in the southwest. It is populated by 12 ethnic groups including the Zhuang, Han, Yao and Miao. Guangxi has a subtropical monsoon climate as the Tropic of Cancer traverses the middle of the province. This makes it a great getaway all year round. Thanks to the karst landscape that covers the province, Guangxi boasts majestic mountains and beautiful waters, which have been recognized as "the best in the world" since ancient times. This beautiful, fertile land is comprised of 14 prefectures. The capital Nanning is the permanent host city of the Asean-China Expo, and Guilin is renowned for its peerless scenery and as a destination that global tourists dream of visiting.

Hainan, officially abbreviated to "Qiong" in Chinese, is China's southernmost province. In 110 BC, the central government established the Zhuya and Dan'er Counties on Hainan Island, under the jurisdiction of the governor of Jiao Province. This marked Hainan's official incorporation into China's territory. As China's one and only province on a tropical island, Hainan is endowed with unparalleled natural resources and extremely rich tourist resources, including 81 peculiarly-shaped rolling peaks which rise 1,000 meters above sea level, an azure sky, blue sea and enchanting tropical rainforests which make Hainan an ideal tourist destination.

Fujian, the starting point of the Maritime Silk Road, is a coastal province in the southeast of China with beautiful scenery, rich culture and abundant tourist resources. When Fujian is mentioned, people often think of its amazing natural landscapes, such as the Wuyi Mountains, the beautiful sea garden city of Xiamen, Quanzhou, a key city on the Maritime Silk Road, and the coastal city of Fuzhou. Besides these, Fujian is also famed for its rich cultural heritage. For instance, Yongding Tulou is a group of unique and fairyland-like multi-family adobe buildings situated in Yongding County and the province is also the hometown of such great historical figures as Li Gang, Cai Xiang, Zheng Chenggong and Lin Zexu.

Ningxia, officially the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (NHAR), is one of five ethnic autonomous regions. Ningxia is a geologically diverse area where mountains, plateaus, plains, hills, deserts and river valleys can all be found. Rolling Helan Mountain, "Green Pearl" of the Loess Plateau Liupan Mountain, world-renowned Shapotou, picturesque Laolongtan, the roaring Yellow River, Shahu Lake, known as a "Golden Destination" for ecological tours, and many other sites make up the splendid natural landscape of Ningxia. With beautiful natural scenery, rich historical relics and strong folk culture, Ningxia is one of the most charming locations in China.

Xizang, officially the Xizang Autonomous Region, is located on the southwest border of China and is one of five ethnic autonomous regions in the country. Lhasa is its capital. With unlimited glamour and charm, divine, mysterious Xizang has captured the heart of many pilgrims. In Xizang, you can experience simple folk culture and customs, mysterious and devout religions, and spectacular exotic flavors. Xizang is made up of six prefecture-level cities, namely Lhasa, Qamdo, Xigaze, Nyingchi and Shannan and just one prefecture, Ali. Famous attractions include the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and Mount Kangrinboqe.

Guizhou Province, officially abbreviated to "Qian" or "Gui" in Chinese, is located in the hinterland of Southwest China. Being close to Chongqing, Sichuan, Hunan, Yunnan and Guangxi, it serves as a key transportation hub in the area. The Guizhou Plateau is mostly mountainous, and is traditionally described as being "eight parts mountain, one part water, and one part farmland". Guizhou is an enchanting "natural park" thanks to its beautiful natural scenery, encompassing diverse mountains and rivers, karst caves and amazing wild animals. Its cultural and revolutionary relics are also known far and wide, with mountains, rivers, caves, forests and stones blending into a harmonious whole and adding radiance and beauty to each other.

Yunnan Province, officially abbreviated to "Yun" or "Dian" in Chinese, is a key cradle of human civilization located in Southwest China. Yunnan is adjacent to Sichuan, Guizhou, Guangxi and Xizang, with the Tropic of Cancer passing through its southern region. Yunnan is known worldwide for its beauty, fertility and mysteriousness, which attracts countless tourists from around the world to explore this "land of mystery". The world-renowned Jinsha River, Nujiang River and Lancang River flow through this land almost side by side. The criss-crossing peaks and gorges, long rivers and streams and the numerous lakes have all nurtured this amazingly beautiful land.

Jiangxi province is located in southeast China with Nanchang its provincial capital. Spanning from the banks of the Yangtze River in the north to hillier areas in the south and east, it borders Zhejiang and Fujian to the east, Anhui and Hubei to the north, Hunan to the west and Guangdong to the south, hence its reputation as a "perfectly located land". Jiangxi is officially abbreviated to "Gan" in Chinese, a name which derives from the largest tributary of the Yangtze River flowing through Jiangxi - the Ganjiang River, which goes from south to north into Poyang Lake, China’s largest freshwater lake. Jiangxi has been rich in natural resources and culture since ancient times and is often hailed as the "land of natural treasures and outstanding talents". It is home to a great number of cultural relics and scenic areas, such as Mount Lu, the Pavilion of Prince Teng, Mount Sanqing, Wuyuan, Mount Longhu and the Jinggangshan Mountains. Jiangxi Province is richly endowed with tourism resources, which can be broadly classified into...

Qinghai, officially abbreviated as "Qing" in Chinese, is a province in western China. Located mostly in the northeastern part of the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau, (the "Roof of the World") Qinghai is home to China's largest inland saltwater lake - Qinghai Lake - after which the province is named. Qinghai is the source of the Yangtze River, the Yellow River and the Lancang River, hence its names, the "Headstream of Rivers" and the "Source of the Three Rivers". It has been hailed as "China's Water Tower". The beauty of Qinghai lies in its charming and unique primitive ecology, diversity which is irreplaceable. Li Bai's poem, "As I ascend to gaze at the magnificent heaven and earth, I'm impressed by the great river ever flowing eastward. The yellow clouds flutter in the wind for ten thousand li, while nine white streams are flowing down the snow-capped mountains" vividly portrays the magnificent landscape of Qinghai.

Xinjiang, officially the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region, is located in the northwest and is one of five ethnic autonomous regions in the country. It is the largest Chinese administrative division. Urumqi is its capital. The most well-known route along the historical Silk Road ran through this territory, making it a famous tourist destination internationally. Tourists from home and abroad flock to Xinjiang to walk the hallowed Jiaohe Ruins, Gaochang Ancient Ruins, Loulan Ruins and other cultural sites; savor delicious pilaf, shashlik, raisins and hami melon; take in the breathtaking beauty of colorful Kanas, lavender-covered Ili as well as glistening Bosten Lake and the Tianchi Lake. Experience Xinjiang, a land of magic. Xinjiang boasts unique geological environment and rich tourist resources. With Allay, Tianshan and Kunlun Mountains...

Gansu Province is located in Northwest China in the upper reaches of the Yellow River - China's "Mother River". Gansu is a tourist paradise thanks to its multi-faceted history and culture, diverse natural landscape and colorful folk customs. A trip to Gansu takes you back through history, giving you a taste of Northwest China and fulfilling tourists' dreams. Today Gansu runs along the modern Silk Road and has become a sight-seeing corridor filled with tourist attractions, ancient ruins, beautiful landscapes and enchanting folk customs.

Henan, officially abbreviated to "Yu" in Chinese, is a province located in central-eastern China. It was historically known as Zhongyuan, Zhongzhou and Yuzhou, but its current name Henan, means "south of the river", because most of the province in ancient times lay south of the Yellow River. Henan is a fascinating tourist destination, being as it is a perfect combination of ancient civilization and modern fashion, showing both the grace and refinement of the South and the simplicity and leisureliness of the North. A visit to any city in Henan is sure to show you an appealing lifestyle; fast-paced Zhengzhou, leisurely Kaifeng, charming ancient Luoyang, legendary Zhumadian, the tai-chi in Jiaozuo, are but a few of the places you can visit. In a certain sense, it is much more than a trip; it's what modern life is meant to be.

Inner Mongolia, officially Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, stretches across the three regions of Northeast China, North China, and Northwest China, and borders eight provinces and autonomous regions. As a provincial administrative region, not many others share borders with as many provinces. Its capital is Hohhot. Magnificent desert scenery has endowed Inner Mongolia with distinctive charm. It is home to Badain Jaran Desert, one of China's most beautiful deserts, Tengger Desert, Whistling Dune Bay in Kubuqi Desert, etc. Oases and lakes dotted among the vast desert are valuable treasures. Inner Mongolia is a land blessed by Mother Nature, with the Egina populus euphratica forest, Asihatu Stone Forest, A’ershan forests, the vast Hulun Lake and many other locations you will not want to miss.

Beijing is the capital of China. As one of the world's largest cities, it enjoys significant international influence. Beijing is one of "The Four Great Ancient Capitals of China". The city has over 3,000 years of construction history and has been the capital for 860 years. In the city, there are countless scenic spots and historical sites featuring historic figures and cultural heritage. The city boasts historical sites such as the Forbidden City, one of the Five Most Beautiful Royal Palaces in the World; the Temple of Heaven, where the Emperors worship the Heaven, Beihai Park and the Summer Palace, which were imperial retreats, as well as sections of the Great Wall at Badaling, Mutianyu, and Simatai, and Prince Gong Mansion, the world's largest Siheyuan (courtyard house).

Shanghai, an economic hub and one of the most developed cities in China, sits on the junction between the Yangtze River and China's south-east coast. As the earliest trading port in China, Shanghai was the first to open to the world. The city then gradually grew into a major financial trading market in Southeast Asia over time. Shanghai is a diverse city—the old alleys in the old part of town, the century-old European-style buildings along the Bund, gardens filled with memories around Chenghuang, skyscrapers of all kinds in Lujiazui—a melting pot of different elements that forges the city’s unique charm. Numerous attractions and delicacies create a travel culture exclusive to Shanghai, and make it a magical place of never-ending attraction for food lovers, travellers, and those who love to party.

Jilin province, abbreviated to "Ji" in Chinese, lies in the central part of Northeast China covering an area of 187,400 square kilometers, which is 1.95% of the country's total area. The name Jilin comes from Jilin Wula, a city established in the early Qing Dynasty. The province has unique folk customs and rich tourist resources, consists of one sub-provincial municipality, seven prefecture-level cities, the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture and the Changbai Mountains Management Committee. The diverse natural wonders and extraordinary cultural sights make this "black earth" an enchanting tourist destination. Visitors can sail on Songhua Lake, visit Heaven Lake in the Changbai Mountains, enjoy amazing sceneries and watch rosefinches in primeval forests, amongst many of the must-do activities Jilin has to offer.

Tianjin marks the confluence of five tributaries of the Haihe River on the North China Plain. It sits along the west coast of the Bohai Gulf and south of the Yanshan Mountains, with Haihe River traversing through the city. The Binhai New Area of Tianjin is known as the "Third Pole for China's Economic Growth". Its blessed geographical location has catalyzed the rapid transformation of Tianjin into an international metropolis. The city is also the most popular short-trip destination for residents in Beijing and Hebei.Occupation by the Anglo-French Allied Force in 1860 forced Tianjin into becoming one of China's earliest trading ports. The remaining foreign settlements now form a rather large cluster of ancient European-style buildings. These exotic buildings act as storage containers for memories of Tianjin people and that special Tianjin Flavor permeates into the Sino-Western architecture, through the antique cultural streets, and finds its way into authentic Tianjin crosstalk.

Located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze basin in Central China, Hunan is named after "Jinghu Nanlu", an administrative region established in Song Dynasty. With the Xiang River running from south to north through the province, Hunan is officially abbreviated to "Xiang" in Chinese. It’s known as the "land of hibiscus", as legend that hibiscus used to be planted in large numbers across the Xiang River basin, as evidenced by the Tang Dynasty poet Tan Yongzhi's line "The autumn wind sweeps across the land of hibiscus for ten thousand li”. Hunan is a land steeped in history with distinctive folk customs, providing tourists opportunity to experience cultural charms and natural sceneries. Visitors can listen to the gurgling Tuo River, and admire Yueyang Tower perched above Dongting Lake. The land was home to important historical figures such as Zeng Guofan, Mao Zedong and Liu Shaoqi, whom exerted a profound influence on contemporary Chinese history. Hunan enjoys a continental subtropical monsoon...

Hubei, officially abbreviated to "E" in Chinese, is a province located in the center of China. Its name means "north of the lake", referring to its position in relation to Dongting Lake. It borders Henan to the north, Anhui to the east, Jiangxi to the southeast, Hunan to the south, Chongqing to the west, and Shaanxi to the northwest. Hubei boasts beautiful scenery as well as historic relics. It has rich tourist resources, such as the mysterious Shennongjia, Taoist sanctuary the Wudang Mountains, the Yellow Crane Tower, one of the Three Great Towers of Jiangnan, the Three Gorges Dam and Tiantangzhai Tourism Area in Luotian. It is also the hometown of the romantic poet Qu Yuan, a great patriot who is regarded as the first author of verse in China.

Guangdong Province, officially abbreviated to "Yue" in Chinese, takes its name from "Lingnan Dongdao" and "Guangnan Donglu". It is located on the coast of the South China Sea to the south of the Nanling Mountains, bordering Hong Kong, Macao, Guangxi, Hunan, Jiangxi and Fujian and facing Hainan across the sea. Guangdong is an important place for Lingnan culture as well as home to subgroups of the Han Chinese such as the Cantonese, Hakka and Teochew people. Meanwhile, it is also endowed with rich tourist resources, including the various Chinese AAAAA-rated tourist attractions in Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai and other cities. Among them, Mount Danxia, Chimelong Paradise, Overseas Chinese Town, Baiyun Mountain, Mount Luofu, Yearning Tea Plantation Tourist Attraction and Guangji Bridge are popular tourist destinations.

Taiwan Province is a provincial administrative region of China, with its capital Taipei, located on the continental shelf off the coast of south-eastern China. Taiwan Province consists of the island of Taiwan, the largest island in China, and the subsidiary islands of Orchid Island, Green Island, Diaoyu Island, and the Penghu Islands. Taiwan is a microcosm of Chinese folk culture, combining the folklore of Fujian and Guangdong immigrants who moved to Taiwan during the Ming and Qing dynasties and those from other provinces who came to Taiwan after World War II. The Alpine people of Taiwan also have unique human customs. The Spring Festival, Dragon Boat Festival and Mid-Autumn Festival are the three major festivals in Taiwan. Whenever there are traditional festivals such as the Lantern Festival and Qing Ming Festival, Taiwanese folk also have the same or similar characteristics as those on the mainland to celebrate the rituals.

Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China, is a city and special administrative region of China on the eastern Pearl River Delta in South China. With 7.5 million residents of various nationalities in a total land area of 1106.66 square kilometres and a sea area of 1648.69 square kilometres. Hong Kong, one of the most densely populated places in the world, has experienced rapid economic and social development, becoming one of the "Four Asian Tigers" and one of the wealthiest, most economically developed, and highest living standards in the world. Cantonese opera is a representative traditional performing art in Hong Kong and has become an important stamp on the local culture of Hong Kong, whereas food in Hong Kong is primarily based on Cantonese cuisine. Dim sum, as part of yum cha (brunch), is a dining-out tradition with family and friends. Dishes include congee, cha siu bao, siu yuk, egg tarts, and mango pudding.

Macau or Macao, officially the Macao Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China (MSAR), is a city and special administrative region of China in the western Pearl River Delta by the South China Sea. With a population of about 680,000 and an area of 32.9 km2, it is the most densely populated region in the world. Due to its unique geographical location and historical background, Macao's culture is a parallel culture with a deep tradition of Chinese culture and a Western culture with Portuguese culture as its backbone, a pluralistic and eclectic culture with Chinese culture as its mainstay and Portuguese culture as its backbone. With a capitalist system, Macau, referred to as the "Las Vegas of the East", is an international free port, a world centre for tourism and leisure, one of the world's four major gambling cities and one of the most densely populated regions in the world. Its renowned light industry, tourism, hotel industry and casinos have made Macau long and prosperous, making it one of the most developed and affluent regions in the world.


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