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Colin Nasir: Regions of China at a Glance

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Chinese people are typically friendly to foreigners who don’t speak Chinese, so if you get lost you can easily ask for help.

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Colin Nasir: Regions of China at a Glance

  1. 1. C O L I N N A S I R I N T E R E S T S : Travelling in China COLIN NASIR experienced lawyer and solicitor who has travelled extensively and cites China as one of his favourite destinations.
  2. 2. 2 Travelling in China REGIONS OF CHINA AT A GLANCE There are many different regions in China, each offering its own unique sights, sounds and cuisines to travellers. Focusing an itinerary on one or two regions enables you to make the most of your trip in the time you have.
  3. 3. 3Travelling in China BEIJING Beijing is home to some of the most well-known and spectacular sights in the world. Visit Tiananmen Square, take a trip to the Forbidden City, explore the Great Wall of China, or simply stroll down ancient hutong alleyways or through one of the many imperial parks. THREE OF THE MOST POPULAR REGIONS TO CONSIDER ARE: SICHUAN Sichuan is one province divided into three regions. The west is remote grasslands, while the north features mountain scenery and spectacular lakes. In the centre and to the south there are Ming-Dynasty villages and lush bamboo forests. GUANGXI For lovers of the outdoors, Guangxi offers a jungle-like landscape with stunning rice terraces, ideal for hiking, taking a river trip or a cycling tour.
  4. 4. YOU CAN DISCOVER MORE TIPS FOR FIRST-TIME VISITORS TO CHINA BY VISITING COLIN NASIR’S BLOG.

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