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Some of the most unique things to do in China

Last year, roughly 30,54 million foreign tourists visited China. It’s too early to start counting the number of visitors to East Asia. The only thing we know for sure is that China continues to accommodate sightseers from all over the world. While some people are attracted to street food, others are interested in discovering the rich history of the Middle Kingdom. If you’re one of the lucky ones that get to visit China, keep on reading to find out what you can do on your vacation. Aside from the classic experiences, this is what you can try for a good time.

Visit China’s fake European cities

What better way to kick off your China vacation than to pay a visit to one of the fake European cities? They look very much like the original European counterparts. During your stay, see the Eiffel Tower or take a long walk on the Venetian canal. The copy-cat architecture will leave you amazed. The European cities are scattered around the country and, most importantly, they’re barely lived in. They were developed to encourage migration out of China’s packed city centers, but the result wasn’t the one desired. Apart from young couples taking wedding photos, you’re not likely to see many people

Meet the giant pandas

If you’re an animal lover, you won’t miss the chance to see the cuddly giant pandas. There are pandas sleeping, climbing trees, not to mention baby pandas that constantly stuff bamboo in their faces. What are the best places to see giant pandas? you ask. Well, Chengdu would be one of them. There are 4 panda reserves where the animals have plenty of room to wander around. The pandas will surely make you laugh. They do all sorts of crazy things, just like children. If they don’t wrestle baskets, giant pandas roll around in the grass. It’s interesting to watch.

Strike a pose under the kissing dinosaurs

Going to China is like going to a completely different world. If you have never seen dinosaurs engaged in a French kiss, you’re about to see it now. At Erenhot, there are 2 kissing sauropods that meet right across the highway. The romantic activity is what is so strange about them in the first place. The statue was built to remind the world that Erenhot is filled with fossils and artifacts. If you’re not into such things, you should at least create a lifetime memory. To be more precise, take a picture under the kissing dinosaurs.

Walk on the glass bottom bridge

Taking a walk on the glass bottom bridge isn’t for those faint of heart. The structure connecting 2 mountains is elevated 3,540 feet above the ground. Scary as it may look, the bridge is completely safe to cross. Since it’s paved with glass, you can see everything that lies beneath your feet. If you have the guts, you can try the highest bungee jump. It’s one way of exploring the unusual landscape. If you’re not up for the challenge, it’s fine. There are plenty of other thrills.