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China: 15 unbelievable natural wonders
Posted on 10/08/2016


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The world is full of amazing places that will never cease to amaze us and China, being one of the largest countries on Earth, is no different. A country with irresistible charm, it's home to some awe-inspiring natural landscapes!

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  • Jiuzhaigou

    In Sichuan Province, Jiuzhaigou is famous for its waterfalls, lakes and snowy peaks. Jiuzhaigou has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1992 and one of UNESCO's World Biosphere Reserves since 1997. Made up of several valleys, Zechawa, Rize and Shuzheng, the park is a sight to behold.

  • Huanglong Nature Reserve
    Huanglong Nature Reserve

    At an altitude of 3,500 meters above sea level in the mountains of Sichuan, you'll find Huanglong Nature Reserve. A paradise for animal lovers, this place is home to many rare animal species such as the golden snub-nosed monkey (known also as Sichuan golden monkeys) and pandas.

  • Ban Gioc-Detian Falls
    Ban Gioc-Detian Falls

    On the border between China and Vietnam, Ban Gioc-Detian Falls refers to two waterfalls on the Quây So'n River. With a total height of 53 metres, these falls should definitely be added to your bucket list!

  • Reed Flute Cave
    Reed Flute Cave

    This stone cave is found in the Guangxi region and is one of the area's main tourist attractions. Known for its colourful lighting and beautifully unique rock formations, there are inscriptions in the cave dating back to the Tang Dynasty (between 618 and 907).

  • Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park
    Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park

    Belonging to Gansu Province, Zhangye National Geological Park was declared a World Heritage Site in 2011. The Rainbow Mountain's surreal colours really do make the landscape look like an artist's masterpiece.