Divulge Into Archaeological Wonders of Japan and China

4/08/2016 John Evans 0 Comments

Are you an ardent traveler? There are several places that might be on your list and waiting for your arrival. Well, if it is summer you are free to choose Japan and China as the most exciting part of your trip. Both the countries welcome tourist almost all-round the year with their native approach and warm welcome. Full of natural wonders these countries will offer you scopes to enjoy certain adventure sports that you can bag for a lifetime. Apart from natural escapades, these countries are also noted for the archeological wonders that stand the test of time.

Though the name, Japan, might remind you of the destructive nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but this piece of writing will attract your attention to something else that leaves you wondering. China and The Great Wall are now synonymous terms that attract tourist all around the world. Let’s take a look at the wonderful architectures that could attract your attention as well:

·         Forbidden City, China:

This is an absolute retreat that is located in the heart of Beijing that holds the examples of Chinese Nobility that dates back to almost 500 years. This city is bound by that of the 26-foot high wall that perfectly symbolizes the grandeur of the existing empire that witnessed the construction of the palace. If you are out on China Family tour, this must be on your itinerary since there is a lot to explore within the premises of the palace.

·         Summer Palace, China:

This is another archeological wonder that will attract your attention towards it since this is located within a short distance from Forbidden City. You will be rapt withal while visiting the wonderful palaces. There is a network of gardens and pavilion nearby Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake. This place withstood various military invasion as well as political dissolution. The beauty of it still remains intact with the marble boat that carries the palace on it.

·         Kinkakuji (Golden Pavilion), Kyoto-Japan:

This is believed to be one of the most amazing buildings that are built on the grounds of Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in the year 1397. This place holds the sacred relics of Buddha. The name Golden Pavilion is derived from the two storeys’s built with gold leaf and also account for the beauty that the building exhibits. This went for destruction in the year 1950 when burnt down by a deranged monk and was built in the year 1955 offering a photogenic appearance for tourist.

·         Peace Park, Hiroshima- Japan:

After the destruction due to atomic bombing, Hiroshima was rebuilt and there stands the archeological wonder Peace Park which preserves ruins of bomb dome or Genbaku Dome. This park stands are a memoir to remind of the ground zero for the blast that took more than 100, 000 people. This park is visited by several tourist all-round the year not only to remember the war but to invoke the peace within for a better future. There is a library, museum, eternal peace flame and several acres of land that the visitors take time to visit and ring the Peace Bell which is a popular activity.

To conclude, one must not forget to mention the name of Shinkansen. Itinerary of Japan Family Tour will remain incomplete if a person misses taking a ride on this bullet train while in the country,