Islamic China Tour

China holds so much for the world to see it, from the Great Wall to the Forbidden City, and its many other attractions bring the world to its cities. The country holds so much history which it highly important for people who love to discover.

Beijing, the country’s capital, is one of the most visited cities, and it offers many wonder with the endless views. This tour will take you to truly wonderful places.  Some of the locations and buildings you will explore and discover are mentioned below:

The Forbidden City

The Forbidden City is one of the China’s largest and best-preserved group of ancient buildings and one of the largest palace compound in the world. Its name derives from the fact that it was out of bound for 500 years, as it served as the center of Chinese Emperors from 1420 to 1912. It is Located in the heart of China, many calls Forbidden City as the Palace Museum.

Ming Tombs

The Ming Tombs have an important place in Chinese history as being the place where 13 out of 16 Emperors of the Ming Dynasty are buried. Only 3 tombs are open to the public that includes Dingling, Changling and Zhaoling.

Great Wall of China

This Great Wall is known famously all over the world and has perhaps become China’s most recognizable and signature symbol. The wall is extended at 13,170 miles in total length. Emperor Qin Shi Huang originally built the wall to defend the attack of barbarian nomads into the Chinese Empire, and it take a massive army to build the stunning structure what we see today.

Summer Palace

The Summer Palace is referred to be the best-preserved imperial garden in the world and largest of its kind still present in China. The Palace was constructed in 1750 by Emperor Qianglong and it covers 70 thousand square meters. This is one of the loveliest spots in Beijing with its arched bridges, pretty promenades, and decorated corridors taking you through amazing ever-changing views and scenery.

Terracotta Warriors and Horses

The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the army of first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. They were constructed to partner the tomb of the Emperor as afterlife guard. Each sculpture is life-sized and have different face features for every soldier.

Great Mosque

The Great Mosque of Xi’an is the largest mosque located in China, and is an active place of prayer within Xi’an’s Muslim Quarter. This Great Mosque was constructed to honor the founders of Islam in China. Build during the period of Ming Dynasty and it constitute of more than twenty buildings in five courtyards, covering 12,000 square meters.

Its third courtyard, named Qingxiu Dian, known as place of meditation, is the place where the Muslim makes prayer having accommodation of 1000 people at one time. The fourth courtyard is called Phoenix Pavilion which resembles a phoenix with its outstretched wings.

Yuyuan Garden

The Yuyuan Garden is a famous classical garden located in Shanghai. Yu in Chinese means pleasing and satisfying, and that is the true motive of this garden. The most famous place of Yuyuan is Jade Rock, which is one of the three famous rocks present in the Southern Region of Yangtze River.

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