29 Awe-inspiring Landscape Photos of China


With the oldest known culture and perhaps still one of the most secret, China is an amazing place.  While not always shown in a positive light in the press, China is one of the most beautiful places on earth.  The 29 landscape photos here should make you want to pack your bags and go backpacking through the country and spend a few nights in the big cities.  China is still in one of my top 10 places to visit, hopefully one day soon I can make it happen.

A River

Photo by shenxy

Photo by Magda Ehlers

Photo by shenxy

Pangong Lake .....In Ladakh

Photo by Himalayan Trails

Framed Wall

Photo by robysaltori

The Glowing Forests of Endor

Photo by Stuck in Customs

Ageless Mountains

Photo by sir_watkyn

View from the bamboo-boat

Photo by magical-world

??? ??? Dazhai Terrace Viewpoint No.3

Photo by randomix

Photo by Alex Qian

Beautiful water

Photo by George Lu

'A Sinuous Serpent', The Great Wall of China, Northern China

Photo by WanderingtheWorld (www.LostManProject.com )

Cherai beach, Kerala, India.

Photo by Baban Shyam

Photo by nigelfj


Photo by robysaltori

Photo by PacoAlcantara


Photo by Stewart Ho

05/04/26 06:19 SHANGHAI

Photo by 2 dogs

Guilin Landscape - China

Photo by MLHS

The road to heaven

Photo by shenxy

Taklamakan up close

Photo by Kiwi Mikex

?? / World of Silence

Photo by randomix

Herding on the Grasslands

Photo by pmorgan

Li-River near Yangshuo - ??

Photo by Frank Wuestefeld

A QingDao sunset

PHoto by vfowler

The West Lake

Photo by shenxy


Photo by shenxy

Heavenly Lake

Photo by Kiwi Mikex

outside Dunhuang

Photo by neil banas

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Beautiful and stunning shots! The landscape looks grand and breathtaking especially with the mountains. Must be a wonderful experience just by being there…

Some nice photos, not the usual ones you see of only Beijing and Shanghai, plus Hong Kong. Check out Guilin, there many more beautiful places than Elephant Trunk Hill. I’m British and live in China 8 years and speak Chinese, I’m yet to explore it all, it’s so amazingly vast and varied.

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