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Tour China's top attractions with just a few clicks | Updated: 2020-10-29 13:29
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Want to see the majestic Forbidden City, Terracotta Warriors or Mount Emei while avoiding the fuss of travel and crowds?

Log on to Virtual Tours in China, a project that enables visitors to take virtual trips to sought-after attractions around China.

In collaboration with Quanjingke, a provider of virtual tour services, has launched Virtual Tours in China using state-of-the-art VR technology to offer online tours to more than 40 popular tourist attractions and world-renowned natural heritage sites across China.

Here, visitors can take a personal journey to historical sites like the Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes and Ming Tombs, and connect with modern China at the Bund in Shanghai and 798 Art District in Beijing. The latest VR technology and 3D filming makes it possible to see the magnificent natural landscapes of Huangshan Mountain, exquisite architecture of the Summer Palace, splendid views of Jiuzhaigou and sacred serenity of Potala Palace with just a few clicks. Tours are available in high resolution, so visitors can appreciate the beauty of China's history and culture in minute detail. Voiced tours and 3D guide maps are also available to offer more detailed information. In all, it is a concentrated multimedia travel experience packed in a virtual tour.

So grab your mouse — or pick up your phone — and tour away!

Virtual Tours China is available both on PC and mobile platforms. is widely acknowledged as one of the most informative media outlets for learning about China. It also promotes cultural and economic exchange and enhances mutual understanding between China and the world.

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