As one of China’s most historic cities and first international ports, Guangzhou enjoys a religious diversity not often found in China’s interior. One of the best ways to learn more about how all these religous came to China is by visiting some of the many religious sites in Guangzhou.
If you’re looking to get off the beaten path during your time in Xian, one of China’s most historically rich cities, consider taking a day trip to the Chen Lu Pottery Village, where generations of potters have been producing some of the nation’s most exquisite ceramic works ever since the Tang Dynasty.
Beautiful Hangzhou might be best known for its lake scenery, but it’s also a good place to learn more about Chinese religious diversity with visits to some of the many picturesque pagodas and temples of Hangzhou.
During the Tang Dynasty — the cultural Golden Age in China — the city of Xian was one of the largest and most cultured cities on the planet. Today, it’s home to some of China’s most significant historical attractions. If you’re looking to better understand the long and rich history and heritage of China, be sure to visit some of Xian’s best museums.
Macau is truly a fascinating place. In a single day, you’ll be sipping wine in an old, sleepy Mediterranean-style cafe surrounded by Portuguese speakers, playing a round of baccarat with visitors from Mainland China and gazing up at a towering statue of a Buddhist deity popular with worshipers from the Canton region. In a place with such cultural diversity, it’s no surprise that the food is incredibly diverse as well. Here’s what you need to know about exploring Macau’s fusion cuisine.