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_AP***92really enjoyed our stay at Disney resort park with my girlfriend. I’m the que for most rides we’re only 5 minutes. we must of got lucky that day but we enjoyed every second of it and i would recommend to visit the Cheesecake Factory restaurant. very good western food
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Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
_We***43We visited in September. Definitely a must-see while in China. Now it's a good time to see it without huge crowds before International tourists are allowed back.
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adri_the_explorerit was an amazing experience , I'll go there again , for certain ! Everything is has described !
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Observation Deck
Modern Architecture
_We***21if you visit Shanghai, visit Pearl Tower and make sure you go inside because the view is incredibly beautiful. there are 3 ways to get there. metro line 2, Lujiazui stop; the ferry or the sightseeing tunnel which costs you 50¥ but is worthy. At the entrance make sure you pick the brochure which helps you map your visit.
85,503 Reviews
Rivers AlexandriaIncredible! If you have the chance and some time then I would definitely recommend visiting here! A lot of people say to go early in the morning but if you have time then any time is okay, it’s very busy late - early afternoon but from 2pm - 4pm is gets quieter and we visited during national holiday! Take as many photos as you can and take your time to explore everything. If you take a didi, double check that the address is accurate - we were taken to the mausoleum 1.5km away from the warriors and when we tried to book a car back it took us in circles so double check the address if you take a didi. Public transport is also available but if you’re travelling from downtown then it will take around 1.5 - 2 hours so make sure to plan ahead! Enjoy!
55,804 Reviews
LaaiqaThe place is big and beautiful. I couldn't see everything. I'm definitely going back for more. ❤️❤️

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It’s hard to imagine just how massive and expansive China is as a country. In total, it’s nearly 3.7 million square miles — about the size of all of the United States if you included Alaska and Hawaii — and is home to over 1.38 billion people. With all that land mass and all those people, it’s no wonder China has been an engineering powerhouse for centuries.When you first think of China, images o
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About China

China is a global powerhouse. With an ancient civilization and strong cultural traditions, it has emerged from years of isolation and now occupies a central role in international affairs. China is blessed with rich natural resources including pristine mountains and lakes, vast deserts and grasslands, and a picturesque coastline. Chinese cuisine is known the world over and its great landmarks are instantly recognizable. The Forbidden City and Great Wall in Beijing, the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, Hangzhou’s West Lake, or the Shanghai skyline. These symbols of China’s ancient roots and modern prowess make it a truly fantastic travel destination.

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