China is a country in East Asia and is counted as the world’s most populous country. It has a population of around 1.404 billion. After the economic reforms in 1978, the economy of China became one of the world’s fastest growing with annual growth rates. A recognized nuclear weapons state, it is the largest explorer and the second-largest explorer of goods in the world.
Chinese cuisine is highly diverse. The most influential are called “Eight major cuisines” that includes Jiangsu, Shandong, Zhejiang, Sichuan, Fujian, Anhui, Hunan and Cantonese cuisines. All of these need the skill of shaping, colorway, heating, and flavoring. Chinese cuisine is famous for its cooking methods and ingredients and for the food therapy that is emphasized by traditional Chinese medicines. Rice is the staple food of China mainly in South, wheat-based pieces of breads and in the north, noodles are famous. The foods that is popular in proteins is tofu and soy milk. Pork is the most popular meat in China as per now.
Best time to explore China:
China is a destination that can be explored year round. If we see weather-wise, the best time to visit China is in the months of April and May (Spring) and the months of September and October (autumn). It is when most of the famous destinations have tourism-friendly weather.
In the springtime, the weather is comfortable and warm. The temperature in the springtime is 10-23°C warming up and with fresh air. For nature lovers, it is the best time to visit as the temperature are cool to warm and flowers bloom in this season.
Summers in China are hot as the temperature averages around 25-33°C and there is a rainy season in most of the areas. You can do many things in summers starting from sightseeing to hiking and to festivals.
If you are visiting China in the season of autumn, you will find an average temperature of 15-27°C and when rainfall will be low and there will be more clear days. The globetrotters who love outdoor activities prefer visiting in this season. The variety of fresh local fruits enhances your trips.
If you want to visit China when there is a low crowd, then prefer visiting this city in winters when the temperature is 8°C. the months are November to early March. Many of your money on hotels, entry tickets and flight tickets can be saved and you can also avoid tourist crowds there.
Top attractions in China:
Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan: Jiuzhaigou Valley, Sichuan is a fairyland featuring the snow-capped mountain peaks, stretches of serene lakes and lush forests. It is a world of water which includes icy waterfalls, bright green water, pure snow mountains, and colorful forest.
The Great Wall, Beijing: It must be the first attraction in China. This wall has a stretch from Jiayuguan Pass in the west, to Shanhaiguan Pass in the east and the total length is 8851.8. this wall is a symbol of China.
West Lake, Hangzhou: It is a natural gift of Hangzhou and is considered its apple of an eye. This lake is famous for its multitude of historical sites, beautiful scenery and profusion of native products. Many painters have been inspired by this lake.