The top ten global landmarks for Chinese tourists
- Posted by Daniel Meesak
- On 24th September 2015
- china, chinese, landmarks, sightseeing, tourism, tourist
Can you guess which they are?
As outbound tourism from China is growing, so do the ambitions for its travelers. According to the latest survey by Hotels.com’s annual Chinese International Travel Monitor (CITM), the following ten landmarks top the global landmarks on Chinese travellers’ bucket lists.
- Pyramids of Giza (Egypt)
- Mount Fuji (Japan)
- Eiffel Tower (France)
- Palace of Versailles (France)
- Venice (Italy)
- Grand Canyon (USA)
- Himalayas/Mount Everest
- Niagara Falls (Canada)
- Acropolis of Athens (Greece)
- Sydney Opera House (Australia)
The most sought after global landmarks range across four continents and represent both natural beauty, history, and modern architecture.
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