China Vacation Travel Video Guide


Travel video about destination China.
China’s Imperial City is located in the centre of its ancient Middle Kingdom, a gigantic and inscrutable empire beyond the Great Wall. The Imperial City is entered through the Gates of Heavenly Peace.After seven years of construction, Ming Emperor Zhu Di moved into his newly-established palace complex in which over eight thousand people lived in almost a thousand rooms. The palace served as both a residential and governmental seat to the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. A stone’s throw away from the old Summer Palace is the Garden of Harmonious Unity that was the favourite garden of the Emperor’s household who retreated to its cool lakeside shores during the humid months of summer. Close to Badaling the Great Wall Of China extends majestically across misty mountains. It is the largest Man-made structure in the world and was erected to protect the country from invasion from the North. The gigantic wall represented the division of two very different cultures. On one side the Central Asian Nomads and on the other the highly developed civilisation of the emerging Chinese Empire. Shanghai is a Gigantic City and a meeting point of both east and west. The shoreline is without a doubt the city’s main focal point and is a combination of past, present and future and contains the historic monuments and eye catching buildings of a great city. Famous explorer Marco Polo referred to Suzhou as the ‘Venice of the East’, a city that is particularly famous for its gardens. Many of its extremely elegant buildings are remnants of a glorious past. Yunnan´s most famous site is the unique Stone Forest Of Shi Lin, a forest of rock that extends for 27,000 hectares. Hong Kong is a city of the superlative with glimmering skyscrapers that seem to take root in the sky and one elegant building after another with shining glass and hi-tech facades. China is a world within a world!

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  1. Ha ydd says

    Who is here for a school assignment?

    Like if you are.


    Nobody should vote their travel or consumer dollars in favor of China or Vietnam. The YULIN DOG MEAT "FESTIVAL" in China is an outrageous example of state sanctioned cruelty. @t

    The concentration camps and slave labor endured by the Uigher population is a human rights outrage.
    The Chinese-Vietnamese markets for rare animal parts are the #1 contributor to poaching of endangered species.

    No nation is perfect. Stray cats and dogs suffer a brutal life everywhere. But few nations sanction animal cruelty and violations of human rights like China and Vietnam. There's many beautiful destinations in the world with decent govts that make an effort to respect animal and human rights. Let's reward those nations with our tourist and consumer dollars. And by boycotting dictatorships like China and Vietnam we can effect change and go on vacation at the same time. They will hear you $$$ loud and clear. And they will change policy to bring you back because they need that revenue. The sooner we all jump on board that boycott the sooner it will result in change and the sooner we can all visit China and Vietnam in good conscience.

  3. Jonathan Tang says

    Suzhou is not pronounced SuZhoo. Check your pronunciation

  4. edborja channel says

    I' really injoy watching this wonderful video… thanks to the creator…

  5. Jimmy Hu says

    Old classical film. It is still gorgeous now and repainted many times.

  6. YeuLaKho says

    This video seemed very old.

  7. johnson kahi says

    my dream country is CHINA💒❤

  8. Nemesis martins says

    You Chinese people are demanding with what others do. Tiangong 1 Chinese Space Station fell in the South Pacific Ocean, according to China's agency, which until now has not seen much of it. they knew where to fall.

  9. bhgg yuuv says

    so nice video over friend country china love from Pakistan

  10. Moonlight says

    Better not to use this company…lol

  11. Simonas Dailidė says

    I wish about this…

  12. Tom4fr says

    Awesome content ! Really loved the images ! I wish I'll be able to get here one day

  13. Di Carolina Luxe Wellness says

    to have life and travel non stop? I always talk about this on my blog

  14. HAI LYU says

    is this video filmed in 1990s?

  15. Maz Dela Cerna says

    Thanks so much for posting 🙂

  16. 张jh says

    What's this. 1980s in china

  17. Summer Roll says

    Please remove this video. This is so old … like in the 90s.

    China is very different now. I was there the last couple of years and all the major cities like Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Chongqing are mega and super modern. High speed WiFi everywhere, even in the subways. WeChat is one awesome app. Pity very few people outside China know about it.

  18. top china travel says

    it's 20 years ago

  19. Rosita Ai says

    I don't know how old is a video is but china has been changed a lot

  20. Frank By Bike says

    China is awesome! I just uploaded a Vlog of my 30 days spent in China last month! Check it out (:

  21. Man don't fucking talk to me says

    what's this? 30 years ago of China

  22. Thảo Huỳnh Thạch says


  23. 超Chao says

    The images are like 30 years ago in China, you need to come and see it

  24. Nonie Salumbides says

    can you feature the Philippines?


    China is my best country in the world

  26. 闵岳 says

    Dude, it's no less than 20 years ago. Chinese cities nowadays are barely undeveloped like those.

  27. briantravelman says

    Not bad, but they left out the Yungang and Longmen Buddhas, as well as the Leshan Buddha and Tarracota Army, which are the sites I'm most interested in.

  28. li jasper says

    It like 30 years ago! stop make misunderstanding

  29. Dalia Lourenço says

    This is really a helpful video. I'm sure to watch this again.

  30. Svetlana Goncharova bellydance says

    Very interesting video! Beautiful country and friendly people! Thank you!

  31. GOH BOMBA says

    Thank for the video

  32. Nicolas Xu says

    Wuhan is awesome, I'm from Wuhan.Wuhan is one of the most biggest city in the center of China, traversed by the Yangtze River, Wuhan is famous for its culture and tourism,like the Yellow Crane Tower.I worked in Wuhan. For more information add my Skype: xicerambo

  33. China Icons says

    Brilliant insight into travel in China!

  34. Robyn Chan says

    My family took a month-long cruise to China and stayed there. We took pictures and it was so much fun. Never knew that 2 cities were adjoined together Shanghai and the garden city. Wow!

  35. NatureLilac Gold says

    I love this video, thank you!

  36. NatureLilac Gold says

    I left the southern China when I was a child…I miss China!!!

  37. hua li says

    too too…old video-_-||

  38. Zhang Jesse says

    it's like 20 years ago….mygosh

  39. Hachi de Fibonacci says

    china is gruesome and vile against animals. here is evidence. beware the video contains graphic images. in 2015 it is time to put an end to all this. boycott Chinese products and cease trading with china all together. together we can stop this.
    type (Worst animal cruelty in china) on youtube

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  41. GreatJoFo says

    I heard that Cory in the House is a great Chinese cartoon

  42. ToLoveToLive says

    We currently live in China so  if you want to see some up to date footage then please come see where we've been and what we've been up to!

  43. kivi Kivi says

    The video is old

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