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Yangtze River, Taixing

#5 of 86 in Nature in Jiangsu
Water Body · Nature / Park
Known as the world's third largest river, Yangtze River represents a historic, economic, and cultural hub for the entire Chinese nation. With the length of 6,380 km (3,964 mi), the river traverses through eleven provinces and pours itself into the East China Sea, where Shanghai--currently one of biggest metropolises on the planet--resides. Book a cruise ship to observe how the natural, climactic, and cultural scenery changes as you head from the mainland toward the sea. As you sail the characteristically yellow river, you can visit a substantial amount of attractions and many protected nature reserves. To visit Yangtze River and other attractions in Taixing, use our Taixing online trip itinerary builder.
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  • We booked a holiday to China with Kuoni Very disappointedWe paid for room upgrades in hotels we were shocked they were so poor We travelled on the century sun ship four day cruise last October It was....  more »
  • We sailed from the Three Gorges Dam which is an amazing feat of accomplishment to Chong Ching.The trip was hot as we went in the middle of July, but the scenery and sites were lovely and pack with a.....  more »
  • This is a delightful way to see stunning gorges and a lovely river. We sailed from the Three Gorges Dam which is stunning in itself to Chong Ching, it was hot but the scenery and sites at various...  more »

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