Charming and peaceful places of China

China is a place full of attractions but many of the places scheduled for travel agencies usually are packed with tourists. Here are some inconspicuous places that have lots of charm!

Pueblo de FengHuang in the Hunan Province is a place of fantastic architecture and home to fascinating cultures such as the minority Miao and Tujia. All this on a beautiful landscape of mountains and rivers. Daocheng in the Sichuan Province includes the strong presence of Tibetan culture and is enriched by its many meadows, waterfalls, dense forests and snow capped mountains.

Fenghuang

Fenghuang

Daocheng

Daocheng

Daocheng Stupa

Daocheng Stupa

The immortal bridge in the ShangDong Province is a natural attraction that little is known about but it is amazing. It consists of several rocks that have formed a bridge on Mount Tai. It has a great religious and cultural significance among the people of the area. Wuzhen in the Zhejiang province is called the Venice of China. This ancient town is linked to rivers and streams by stone bridges and old houses dotting the banks with exterior corridors. The place becomes more magical with the fog that surrounds it during the rainy season.

Shangdong

Shangdong

Wuzhen

Wuzhen

Sanya in the Hainan Province is where sun, sand, coconuts trees, luxury hotels, and peace are. They make Sanya a important choice of resort for Chinese newlyweds but away from the main tourist circuits. Lijang Village in the Yunnan Province is the place where time passes slowly and gently. One can join the matriarchal Mosuo people in their fascinating traditions at the beautiful Lake Lugu, pilgrimage to the feet of the mysterious Jade Dragon Mountain.

Sanya

Sanya

Lijang Village

Lijang Village

More on China: What to see in Sanqingshan, China, The giant Buddha statue in Leshan, China.

China photos: Feng Wei, David Neff, Noriel Jiang, Huijiang gao, Nate Luzod, Anan Charoenkal.

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