1.Are there any special places for visiting in China?
2.Do Chinese people like to travel abroad?
3.What can people benefit from from travelling?
4.Do you like to travel on your own or with your family?
5.Do you like to visit popular places or less-known places?
1.It is worthwhile to visit several regions in China. In terms of big cities, Shanghai and Beijing are a must. The Oriental Pearl Tower of Shanghai represents modernization while the Forbidden City stands for tradition. As regards small places, Guilin is known for the best landscape in China whereas Lijiang is mysterious for the legend of the suicide of a couple.
2.Most of the Chinese people do not prefer travelling to other countries. One obvious reason is that the air tickets themselves are costly, usually above ten thousand Yuan which is almost equal to a month’s salary of an average white-collar worker. Another reason is that the cultural shock, especially the language barrier, frightens those who know little about English. However, some are crazy about journeys for the sake of releasing pressures and enriching lives.
3.Tourists can be benefited from travelling in several aspects. The most prominent advantage is to relax one’s soul because a new environment provides a golden opportunity to escape from daily routines. Another boon is to do physical exercises through visiting a wide range of tourist attractions. More importantly, travel companions are able to get closer and they can make new friends, thanks to whom a new skill of another language of dialect can be picked up and the culture will be revealed to some extent.
4.I prefer travelling by myself. By doing so, one can enjoy full freedom without making compromises as to what scenic spots, restaurants and hotels to go to. What’s more, travelling alone is especially appropriate for me to calm down and make big decisions in life as regards marr