Xi’an’s Terracotta Army is a highlight of any trip to China. You can observe from above the neverending rows of detailed terracotta sculptures depicting soldiers, chariots and cavalry horses. The stone army was built during the 3rd century to safeguard the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, in the afterlife. With over 8,000 figures, it’s genuinely a historical sight.
Since the 7th-century, the Great Wall of China has stretched across the nation and served to protect the country from their northern neighbours. Its importance in Chinese history has earned it the recognition of a UNESCO world heritage site, and it is one of China's must-see attractions. You can easily access the Great Wall from Beijing.
Visit the endangered giant pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, also known as Chengdu Panda Base. These amazing animals are one of China's national treasures and seeing them in a semi-wild environment is a memorable experience. Watch the iconic panda bears as they go about their day eating bamboo, sleeping and of course playing.
Guilin is one of the most picturesque places in China. Here, karst mountains rise out of a lush land etched with rice fields and sculpted by twisting rivers and placid lakes. Take to the Li River on a boat to explore this unique landscape. On your journey, be sure to stop by Elephant Trunk Hill, one of the region's landmarks.
An iconic landmark of Macau, little remains of Saint Paul’s other than its stairway leading and grand facade. Regardless, this 17th-century ornate structure is one of Macau's must-see attractions. On your visit, admire the stone columns, intricate sculptures and rich carvings that mark the exterior adding to St Paul’s charm and beauty.