List of China Holidays 2013 Calendar | Holidays in China 2013
01 – First Day of New Year
10 – Chinese New Year
04 – Qingming Festival
01 – Labor Day
13 – Dragon Boat Festival
19 – Mid-Autumn Festival
01-03 – National Day
China has become a prime destination for tourists basically due to its many attractions, features and other interests. China is a country blessed with a rich history and culture that is thousands of years old. There are plenty of renowned and magnificent landscapes for tourists to view and enjoy. This is why more and more people are choosing china holidays as their preferred holiday destination.
Traveling for Holidays in China 2013
The starting point of any China holiday has to be Beijing. The reason is that there are plenty of historical and cultural sites to see. These include the Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City as well as the magnificent Summer Palace with its elegant pavilions. Within the city of Beijing are some impressive sections of the Great Wall of China. This wall was built back around 500 BC to keep out invading enemies from up North. The views of this wall are breathtaking and the sheer magnitude of this wall is spectacular.
Many visitors to China will marvel at the Terracotta Army at Xian. It is a creation of a former Chinese emperor created to watch over his tomb for as long as is possible. It includes about 9000 figures such as chariot drivers, horses, cavalry and soldiers. This clay army consists of soldiers standing at least 5 foot five inches tall each with a unique and distinct face. It is amazing that this great marvel lay undiscovered only until 1974 when it was stumbled upon by local farmers.
Visitors to China can only visit the state of Hong Kong, which is a special Administrative Region of China. It was handed back to China by the British in 1999. Before then, it was a British Colony. It is easy to get here on a ferry from the Chinese mainland. Visitors on china holidays can travel singly, as a couple or as part of a group. Group tours are cheaper and very affordable while exclusive private tours may cost more. The prices will vary depending on the tour operator, flights, accommodation and other similar factors.
China is one of the world’s fast emerging super powers. It has a large number of great skyscrapers towering above its skyline. Outside the city, visitors will get to view rural life with rice paddies and a unique and distinct Chinese lifestyle. Any person seeking a unique, exciting and amazing holiday experience should embark on a china holidays. The experience will be great and absolutely amazing.