The Cities China
Cities China Hotel Destinations in alphabetical order from Take A Break Holidays in China. A guide to the main Cities that can offer travelers accommodation.
In alphabetical order the Cities in China and their Hotels.
Destinations in China
Cities in China starting with B
Cities in China starting with C
Chongqing Cities in China starting with D
Cities in China starting with G
Cities in China starting with H
Cities in China starting with K
Cities in China starting with N
Cities in China starting with Q
Cities in China starting with S
Cities in China starting with T
Cities in China starting with W
Cities in China starting with X
Martial Arts Training in China
China is one of the most popular destinations for foreigners who want to train and at the same time to enjoy nature at its best.
China is home to some of the oldest martial arts disciplines; Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Wing Chun, to name just a few.
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Beijing is one of the largest cities in China along with Chongqing and Shanghai, and is also the capital of China.
Beijing is one of the largest cities in the world, with a population of almost 20 million.
Beijing is recognized as the political, educational, and cultural center of the People’s Republic of China, while Shanghai predominates in the economic field.
As one of the most developed cities in China, Beijing accounts for a large part of China’s GDP.
Beijing hosted the 2008 Olympic Games, and has become a major tourist destination, known for its cuisine, art, and opera.
Shanghai is the largest city proper in the entire world, its population reaching greater than 23 million.
Shanghai is situated between Beijing and Hong Kong. Shanghai is known for its architecture, which features a variety of styles.
Shanghai was long the center of culture for Asia, creating much of modern Chinese culture.
Guangzhou is the largest city in southern China and third largest city in China. Earlier known as Canton or Kwangchow, it is the capital of Guangdong province.
Xian – everyone should visit Xian at least once in life, Chinese and foreigners alike. Spend three nights here is necessary to cover the most important sightseeing.
Xian has been a capital city for 13 dynasties, totaling 1,100 years. It was the world’s most prosperous city in Tang Dynasty, 1300 years ago.
The Terra Cotta Warriors is a full-scale replication of the Qin Dynasty army. There is no other place in the world you can see a life-size army of over 2,000 years old.
Banpo Neolithic village is a famous site of 6,000 years old which has typical features of a matriarchal society.
You’ll also see clues of ancient burial, marriages, creative tools and artifacts.
In Xian, don’t forget to go for a dumpling feast which usually goes with a first class entertainment show of Tang Dynasty music and dance
Shenzhen is a fast growing city formed from almost nothing over the last few decades, created as a politically flexile buffer to neighboring Hong Kong, and is now arguably the richest and most modern of all cities in China (though Shanghai might have something to say about that).
Of course, being a new city, Shenzhen has little in the way of traditional sites, and visitors tend to use the city as a hub, or head straight on through into Hong Kong, though the local beaches are an increasingly popular draw.
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