Perhaps the Great Wall (always, always)
The Forbidden City
The Terracotta Army
... and adding the Shanghai Disneyland (which will be open to public this June)
Believe it or not, there are many beautiful sceneries located in China apart from these typical main tourists attractions.
And some nearby China provinces are famous from its various kinds of flower fields.
Yes! And it looks heavenly!
Scroll down and check these nature destination. You and your BAE will definitely create good memories and tons of selfies!
UPDATE: JULY 2016 - Tourists enjoy the scenery of lily flowers at Shenshuiwan Park in Shenyang, capital city of Northeast China's Liaoning province
UPDATE: JUNE 2016 - Tulips of various colors blossoming at Qitai farm's Yiwanquan scenic spot, in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. The 4A-rated Yiwanquan Scenic Spot belongs to the Xinjian Production and Construction Corps' Sixth Division and lies at the north side of the renowned Tianshan Mountains. Earlier this year, the 100,000 tulips from 29 species were planted on 2700 meters of blank land. They are in full bloom after being carefully cultivated by Qitai farm workers.
Tulips of various colors blossoming at Qitai farm's Yiwanquan scenic spot, in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
tourists views lily flowers at a planting base in Jiujiang, East China's Jiangxi province
UPDATE: MAY 2016
Over 20 million brunches of tulip blossoms in East China's Jiangsu Province
Azalea blossoms are perhaps one of the most passionate pigments of Mother earth to dress itself. Recently azalea is in full bloom in Wuhan, provincial capital of Central China's Hubei province, attracting numerous visitors. Some of them don ancient costumes for a nice and artistic photos in the sea of flowers. Flower tourism is a blueprint strategy of Wuhan Municipality.
Cherry blooms arch on the campus of Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
Citizens ride in Liuzhou, South China's Guangzi Zhuang Autonomous Region. During spring, leaves and flowers in Liuzhou attracted many tourists.
Picturesque scenery shows flowers in full bloom in ancient village in Southeast China's Jiangxi province.
Located in the northeastern part of Wuyuan, east China's Jiangxi province, the ancient village Chapingtan is built on a mountain with an altitude of 1,000 metres. This village decorated with blooming flowers and enjoying a good commanding view of the rolling mountains, attracting the attention of many shutterbugs.
Located in Qujing City of Southwest China's Yunnan province, the magnificent view of the sea of rape seed flowers in Luoping county makes it one of the most popular travel destination in China during spring.
China's largest flowers field at Yangzhou's Marco Polo Flower World is certain to amaze visitors to the city, in Jiangsu Province. The park has collected different species of flowers from across the world. Designed by renowned Dutch landscape architect Niek Roozen and his team, the park is divided into seven (7) themed sections.
Over 980 square meters' lavenders blossomed at Mount Chaya in Zhumadian city, Henan, China
Sea of pear flowers covering the vast area in Yinzhuang Village of Suning County in north China's Hebei province. It covers an area of 2667 hectares, attracting many tourists!
Wuji Mountain scenery in Huoshan County, East China's Anhui Province.
Almond flowers bloom at the foot of Tianshan Mountain, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
Canola Flowers in Menyuan Hui autonomous county, Northwest China's Qinghai province
Hairawn muhly in Shanghai's Jinshan district transforms the landscape into a feathery pink blanket
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