Where to travel in China during the May Holiday 2022？
🌟 The May Day holiday from April 30 to May 4 is coming. Are you excited and looking forward to traveling somewhere under the current COVID-19 situation if you don't have an * on your travel code?
The domestic situation of asymptomatic infected people is worrying, but traveling in China during the May holiday could be appropriate, according to experts. However, JoyTravel is here to remind all those planning a trip to:
- Wear a mask and wash hands frequently.
- Avoid crowded places.
- Pay attention to travel safety and exercise.
So which destinations are available to visit during the May holiday? Please read on.
You will find the following places that are currently allowed for visitors who don't have an * on the travel code: Xinjiang, the Silk Road, Guizhou, Shangri-La, Inner Mongolia, Tibet, Zhangjiajie, Guangxi, Chengdu, and Xishuangbanna.
Meet exotic customs & distinctive natural beauty
Xinjiang is the No. 1 province of China with the richest travel resources. And fortunately, it still remains its wilderness and mysteriousness with fewer crowds compared to many other travel destinations in China. Travel around Xinjiang by comfortable vehicles through the vast desert and plateau to discover stunning lakes, vast grasslands, dominating snow peaks, and magnificent canyons.
Ancient heritages & diverse landscape
Connecting the East and the West, the Silk Road was one of the most important arteries of trade and culture in world history. Today, the Silk Road is rather a historic travel route, on which you could experience interesting history, enjoy exotic culture, and savor wild nature. Admire the wonderful Zhangye Danxia landform, explore Dunhuang grotto art, and take a sightseeing train to colorful Qinghai salt lakes.
Diversified ethnic culture
Guizhou, a gorgeous holiday resort housing 4 UNESCO World Natural Heritages sites, is super popular with tourists for its unique Karst landscape. Here you can not only discover incredible colorful underground Karst palaces, but also soak in the fairyland forests with diverse water scenery, and have a wonderful savory of splendid minority culture.
Perfect combination of natural beauty & ethnic customs
No words can fully describe this place, and it’s a Garden of Eden. Step into this earthly paradise, you'll be surrounded by snow-capped peaks, forested mountain slopes, mirror-like lakes, impressive Tibetan monasteries, rustic farms and green pastures where fleecy sheep and shaggy yaks are grazing... all are fascinating and exotic!
Embrace grassland, desert & outdoor thrills
Inner Mongolia is an extremely enormous province-level prefecture, with boundless verdant & soft grasslands, and groups of innocent flocks and herds under the vast clear sky. In fact, in this wide land, there is much more that's worthy of your exploration: endless deserts, primitive forests, unique volcanoes, exotic Russian customs, the legacy of Genghis Khan and his Mongol Empire...
Devout belief & awe-inspiring nature
Tibet, the "Roof of the World", has a magic attraction for travelers for hundreds of years. Many people regard Tibet trip as a must-do journey at least once in a lifetime. On this holy land, you would marvel at the countless snow-covered peaks reaching to the sky, topped by the awesome Mt. Everest; more than 1,000 lakes dotted across the expansive highland plateau like blue or green jewels; the amazing Potala Palace shining like the sun and the moon; Tibetan Buddhist prayer flags hanging everywhere; mysterious wild animals; and friendly Tibetan people.
Explore Avatar mountain
Zhangjiajie is well-known to the world because of its stunning landscapes and for being the inspiration for the floating Hallelujah Mountains in the Hollywood blockbuster movie Avatar. Possessing the uncanny natural wonders, this place attracts people to explore the numerous cloud-kissing pillar mountains, clear streams and leafy trees in its major scenic areas like Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and Tianzi Mountain.
Cruise along the Li River
Characterized by charming natural scenery and diverse ethnic customs, Guangxi is an impressive region to visit. The capital city Nanning is known as the "Green City" thanks to its abundance of tropical plants. Both Guilin and Yangshuo in Guangxi, one of the most famous travel destinations in China, are praised by such a Chinese proverb - "Guilin's landscape tops those elsewhere while Yangshuo's landscape tops that of Guilin". To travel between these two wonderful places, one can cruise along the Li River which provides an excellent viewpoint on the striking scenery.
Chengdu: the hometown of the Giant Pandas
The bustling Chengdu is the hometown of the Giant Pandas, enjoying the reputation of the "Land of Abundance". The profound cultural heritage and dazzling Sichuan cuisine make Chengdu an unforgettable place to linger. Don't hesitate any longer, and just come to this paradise pf FUN to experience the slow pace of life, get up close and personal with cute pandas, and take pictures of picturesque landscapes.
Experience tropical scenery, unique Dai minority culture & profound tea culture
With a nickname of "Mini-Thailand of China", Xishuangbanna is featured by the best tropical landscape and flavor in China. This kingdom of animals and plants offers nature lovers a strong taste of being somewhere South East Asian. Seize the chance to experience exciting outdoor jungle treks, have a chat with the enthusiastic Dai people, and taste exotic foods with a wonderful fusion.
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