The Scenery of China in Photos

My China experience began in August 2011 and lasted 10 months.During this time, I visited 12 out of 22 provinces, I fell in love with Chinese cuisine, participated in Chinese New Year and I was blow away by Chinese stunning architecture and scenery. Here are some selected photos from my travels.

The stunning night view from the top of Shanghai Tower

The stunning night view from the top of Shanghai Tower

The Terracotta Warriors in Xi'an

The Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an

Dragon Statue, Huaqing Hot Springs

Dragon Statue, Huaqing Hot Springs

Chinese Writing

Chinese Writing

Huaqing Hot Springs

Huaqing Hot Springs

The Floating Hallelujah Mountains in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province

The Floating Hallelujah Mountains in Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province

This article was originally published on Art of Adventuring, then moved to WW in February 2017.

Cez is a digital nomad from Poland who embarked on his journey around the world with $400 in his pocket, one-way ticket to Asia and heavily overloaded bucket list. He found out, through his experience, that impossible is nothing and now wants to prove that this is possible to travel the world for 25 bucks a day, or less. Get inspiration from him and Agness at etramping.com.

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Stephanie Yoder is a girl who can’t sit still! She is the co-founder and editor of Why Wait To See the World. Learn more about her here.


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