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China is fast becoming a favorite travel destination for many tourists, finds Darren* (Guest author of Inpui.com)

China_Tourism China is fast becoming a favorite travel destination for many tourists. Not only is it becoming a global force, it’s attracting millions of tourists every year. The country has many things that can please even the most seasoned traveler. If you’ve ever thought of going to China, there’s good reason for you to go. If you’re planning a vacation, you may want to consider China for your next trip for several reasons.

The culture is amazing. The country is a feast for the eyes. There’s so much grandeur, history and culture. You’ll see pagodas, lanterns and distinctly Chinese architecture.

China is a juxtaposition of the new and old. If you go to Shanghai, you’ll see walled cities next to new development. You’ll see seniors still wearing their cheongsam while doing tai chi in the park.

Head down to Xi-an so you can see the Terra Cotta Warrior soldiers. In Beijing, you can go to the Forbidden City. Let’s not forget the Great Wall of China, one of the most spectacular man made structures still in existence today.

The country offers great value for money. Your dollar goes a long way against the Chinese Yuan. Unlike going to Europe, when you’re in China, you can live like a King for the same amount of cash you’d be spending You get a lot of bang for your buck in China. The shopping options are plentiful and you can ever bargain from the street side vendors.

The food is delicious. You haven’t had Chinese food till you’ve had it in China. Try Kung Pao chicken, sweet and sour pork, Cantonese style noodles, Peking duck and all the delicious and exotic Chinese dishes the country has to offer. Be adventurous and try the street food.

If you’ve thought about going to China, it’s well worth to call your travel agent or go online to learn more about planning your trip. If you’re from the West, you may be in for a culture shock so it pays to learn about the culture before you head out.

The life is quite fast paced in the city. Be careful when you cross the street since cars don’t necessarily stop for pedestrians, but it doesn’t mean that the Chinese aren’t accommodating to foreigners. You must also be mindful of your speaking voice and your mannerisms. Never point your chopsticks towards someone.

Don’t just think about going to China! Go ahead, book a trip and pack your bags and head out to one of the most interesting, beautiful and amazing countries in the world.

Unfortunately, it’s hard to connect with Chinese people because China has censored almost every social network. You can still try and do a people search free to locate people who maybe have used a ‘firewall’ to bypass the Chinese restrictions and ask them to share their own opinion and experience.

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