Start in Beijing, China’s capital, where you can visit modern skyscrapers like the unique CMG Headquarters or ancient complexes like the Temple of Heaven and the grand Forbidden City. Beijing boasts a wealth of historical attractions like Tiananmen Square, the National Museum of China, and even the UNESCO world heritage site – the Great Wall of China. Afterwards, admire local and international artistic masterpieces in the 789 Art Zone or satisfy your shopping addiction at Beijing SKP, formerly known as Shin Kong Place. Next travel south to Shanghai. Located on China’s east coast, Shanghai is China’s largest city. It's a global financial hub boasting a skyline dominated by futuristic skyscrapers. Shanghai also has a wealth of important cultural sites like City God Temple of Shanghai or Jade Buddha Temple. You can relax in a traditional Chinese garden, Yu Garden or learn about ancient Chinese art at the Shanghai Museum. Head east to Xi’an in central China, one of the country’s oldest cities with a history dating back over 3000 years. As the first of China's four great ancient capitals, Xi’an is home to fortifications, ancient relics, towering pagodas and the impressive life-size Terracotta Army. You’ll discover that Xi’an blends its extensive history with modern skyscrapers that lay below the temple-adorned Mount Li.