The Great Wall of Badaling, the most visited section of the iconic Great Wall of China, will now release a blacklist of rowdy visitors regularly. The decision comes after a video showing a visitor damaging the wall sparked massive uproar on the Chinese social media.
Much of the world is at standstill right now while the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has hit “pause” on our physical travel plans, but we can fulfil our wanderlust, virtually. From virtual museum tours to online Broadway productions, to safari livestreams in South Africa, there is a virtual tour for every traveler. Here are the “Seven Wonders of the World” to…
Visitors can now access a part of the Great Wall of China
The Great Wall in China is the perfect destination. Check out Corinne Vail’s planning guide to get the most out of your trip to the Great Wall of China.
The Great Wall may be one of the most iconic man-made structures in the world and is a must-see for most travelers. There are many places to see the 13,000+ mile long wall. Harrison Jacobs decided to visit a section called Mutianyu about 2 hours outside of Beijing.
Ready for a Great Wall hike? Away from the crowds, we found a remote region just outside Beijing that was perfect for hiking the Great Wall.
Beijing isn’t the only place you can visit the wall.
The Great Wall of China was built for self-defense.