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If I have been to China before, what else should I see?

Four Places To Go On Your Second Visit to China

So you’ve walked the Wall, played with the pandas and tackled the Terracotta Warriors. What else is there to see on your second trip to China? Here are four ideas – all of them guaranteed for a great time with the Peregrine TravelGroup.4: Yuanan Lijiang A place of great history and culture, Lijiang first made a name for itself over 800 years ago with its location on the old tea road. Astonishingly, eight centuries later, it remains as untouched as ever.What does this mean for you? It means Lijiang is a place where you can experience the real China, not just the glossy version pushed by the big cities. Over 30 minority groups make their home in this peaceful prefecture, and here at the Peregrine Travel Group we have friendly relationships with all of them. We can offer an intimate look at how these cultures live, trade, and travel, and by the time you leave you’ll have seen China as few travelers ever have before.Of course, that’s assuming you can tear yourself away – you may get there and never want to leave!
3: Guilin If you’ve seen postcards of China, you’ve probably already seen Guilin. That’s because it’s one of the largest areas in the country – over 15 divisions in all – and also one of the most famous.Guilin has an incredible number of attractions like Moon Hill, the Reed Flute Cave and Jingjiang Princes City, so you’ll have a great time exploring and learning new things about the land. It’s also a place well-known for its tasty treats and hot sauces, including the famous Guilin chili sauce. If you’re feeling especially brave, you can even try Guilin Sanhua Jiu – local liquor distilled from rice!

2: Shangrila Ready to visit the real Shangrila?You probably know it from the James Hilton novel, but the real Shangrila is actually a tranquil town not far from Yuanan(so you can skip right over once you’ve seen Liajing). The population is 99% Tibetan, so monasteries and religious monuments are a large presence.If you’re looking for a relaxing getaway that also affords a taste of authentic Chinese culture, be sure to stop by Shangrila.1: ZhangjiajieAlso known as “The Grand Canyon of China,” Zhangjiajie offers a dramatic look at some of China’s most wildly beautiful landscape. Nature stretches across a hundred miles of mountains, cliffs, and sandstone pillars, and some even reach as high as 2,600ft!

If you’re traveling to Zhangjiajie, the Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is a must. You’ll also want to check out Suoxi Valley (home to a cozy village of indigenous people) and the Tianzishan Mountain (literally “son of heaven”).

Zhangjiajie is a great destination for nature lovers and outdoor adventurers alike. Whether you’re looking to scale a mountain or simply birdwatch across the country, you won’t find a better place for your second trip to China. Book a troup with the Peregrine Travel Group and see for yourself!

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