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Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The Best Tourist Attractions in China

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  1. MrSiomys says:

    作为中国人,list上的 都没去过,惭愧啊。。。

  2. Trip on Tube says:

    come to my channal man i have 20 episode of travel in China with living in
    china for 2 years. check it out please

  3. Trip on Tube says:

    Did u miss Jiuzhaigou ? 

  4. Vikki Ruby says:

    thanks for this. Good tips, but I (no offense) would prefer seeing less of
    you in the video and more photos of china

  5. YI LI says:

    Haha, your video is very impressive. However, I have never been to some
    places you recommended, I think I must go to Zhang jiajie and Dun huang
    some day.

  6. Samuel & Audrey says:

    Hahaha…if I had a dime for every time you said “Things to do in China”
    I’d have my retirement fund taken care of. Seriously though, enjoyed the
    format of this one. The compilation or things to do videos take a lot more
    time (shooting and editing) but I feel are well worth it. Looking forward
    to the next one from Mongolia.

  7. Jj Derayunan says:

    China is on my bucket list. Thanks a lot man for helping me out in what os
    a must see in China.
    I will visit Avatar Mountains where is that located?

  8. Hostel Rocket says:

    Top things to See in China: Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China 

  9. Evan and Rachel in Korea says:

    wow , this was great! We haven’t been to China yet, but this list will be
    really helpful in the future! 

  10. Because We Camp says:

    Dig this list and love the new format! Keep up the amazing work. Looks like
    we’re going to China!

  11. Olivier Hankins says:

    nice video, imgoing to china soon so i’ll give you news of you top 10 :).
    this video help me a lot to pick up destination a want to go.thanks again
    and great video.

  12. Armando Ayon says:

    I went to Zhangjiajie and it was an amazing experience i trek all the way
    to a hostel on the top of the mountain, the only bad thing is that was
    winter and the visibility was very foggy, another place that should be on
    the list is the ancient town of Fenghuang and Pingyao, i like old towns and
    this two are amazing places and are also away from the “gringo” tourist

  13. Franziska Baer says:

    Top things to See in China: Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China 

  14. Vagabundo Magazine says:

    Best things to See in China Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China

  15. Brendan's Adventures says:

    Best things to See in China Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China

  16. Paul Wesson says:

    Top things to See in China: Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China 

  17. Kevin Pinto says:

    Wow! Thank you for sharing! I’ll make sure to go to ALL of these places
    when in China next time!

  18. Brendan van Son says:

    New video, long overdue! 

  19. Maria Garcia says:

    Very cool places !

  20. Brendan van Son says:

    Top things to See in China: Top Things to See in China | A Guide to The
    Best Attractions in China 

  21. Aaron Toch says:

    Holy smokes. This all looks great. Thank you for posting this.

  22. porchia lopez says:

    Are those places you’ve shown far from each other ? How far is it from one
    destination to another ? Are you on a travel tour package arranged by your
    agent ? Do you go to one region and visit as much as you can in that place
    or do you pick a site from one region to another ? There are so many things
    to see but have limited time and budget. What advice would you suggest if
    you want to start with the closest one of your port of entry ? Thanks for
    sharing !

  23. DIAMOND REX says:

    Nice video

  24. iFlixHD says:

    Going there next summer! Absolutely pumped!

  25. yannfann says:

    I am going to visit china one of these days……great!

  26. CGSteve8718 says:

    As others have mentioned, Cantonese is its own dialect of the Chinese
    language. Mandarin is the national language, however. There are over
    several dozens of dialects depending on region. These regional dialects can
    be totally incomprehensible to people from other parts of the country.

  27. Micah Griffin says:

    @visser608 i agree with you. I know my contry is compleatly ungrateful.

  28. mukal99 says:

    this is a nice little introduction video to china, but i saw very little
    beijing in here. I clicked on the video to find out more about beijing (not
    china in general), so i was disappointed with it. please change the title
    if it’s not too late to do so

  29. Elly Loveluhan@ymail.com says:

    I’m Cambodian..^^ & I love China..<3 Because of the best rookie group is
    EXO-M..^^ & I love korea too..because of EXO-K..<3

  30. Etherium Sky says:

    @lilblake90 so what that it’s a 2min video, doesn’t mean people can be
    ignorant about it. And there’s nothing to really wait for, cause the
    Chinese govt is successfully destroying Tibet and it’s culture every day
    while dumbo tourists are bumping into each other and snapping pictures, not
    able to see that their acceptance of this and other atrocities by the
    Chinese gov’t just makes the situation go on…

  31. 陈 溪 says:

    @hby1990 no beijing has its own BEIJING DIALECT….

  32. fs21a6828fd232 says:

    so far i only saw one tourism video from china tourism board which is
    written in Chinese for their own domestic market. .

  33. wwffeng211 says:

    14 dislike?? Crazy!!!

  34. Leding says:

    china is everything you can imagine

  35. Stan G says:

    @ReshiROM1 i didn’t say that Beijing is not lame. i was just saying you
    look like a idiot on that pst

  36. Mreleezy says:

    The Scottish uhhhhhh…im sorry i don’t even know where da hell scottish
    were living…how about wacth your mouth before you judging someone else??
    u don’t need clicked it and left a comment like this if u hate China

  37. MrSiomys says:

    Wenzhao? Uh, Is it Wenzhou? It’s in Zhejiang Province, close to Shanghai.
    As to climate and weather it might be a little better than Beijing. But I
    don’t know many foreigners there. Also Wenzhou local dialect is quite
    different from mandarin Chinese you ever learnt. You’ll find it’s another
    language. – -|| Even a chinese guy can’t even understand. So a bit more
    harder for foreigners to blend in I guess.

  38. KatiushaVN4 says:

    @jhayzei07 Going to China? You’d better pack enough foods and water along
    all the way from your country

  39. Luís Pedroso says:

    @Centredge Cantonese writing is the same as Mandarin, there is no proper
    writing for Cantonese, there are no differences. Therefor since Mandarin is
    the official language of PRC and Cantonese only a recognized one it’s
    considered that one is a dialect of the other. A dialect is basically a
    language without a writing system of it’s own…check dialect on Wikipedia,
    you’ll understand what I mean.

  40. bbly096 says:

    Rule of thumb of Travelers, “stay away from Tourists!”. lol It’s the same
    anywhere around the world. I just hate those artificial, commercialized
    tourist attractions. If you wonder why all the places you go to look better
    in postcards, that’s because they don’t have a huge crowd of people in them.

  41. fs21a6828fd232 says:

    because you want to promote your company name?

  42. Linda S says:

    -sigh- Stop bashing, every country has its negatives.Bashing just makes you
    seem narrow minded and arrogant. It’s still a beautiful and culturally rich
    place. I loved this place when I visited (:. I really hope to go back again.

  43. 黃 立偉 says:

    well, considering what foreigners have done to china and in some ways are
    still doing to china, what’s the surprise that chinese are suspicious of

  44. Mreleezy says:

    hi Cantonese im Chinese so is that make you happy enough?

  45. jim4649 says:

    Since always. Look up the definition of dialect. It has 2 primary meanings.
    You’re thinking of the first. Here’s the second: The other usage refers to
    a language socially subordinate to a regional or national standard
    language, often historically cognate to the standard, but not a variety of
    it or in any other sense derived from it.

  46. Blake Childers says:

    @uslambo182 Why do you focus only on Tibet? What about the Uyghur? They
    have the same status as Tibet but no one makes a big deal about them?

  47. Conda Dahl says:

    @210482fmj you are stupid…. please go burn

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