Nanjing, Shenzhen and Hongkong - a foody trip and also great to see the modern international side of China
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Stop # 1Sightseeing
I went during lantern festival, so the whole city was decorated with these beautiful lanterns which looked absolutely amazing at night!
There are a lot of mausoleums and tombs on the mountain and you also have a great view over the surrounding area. If you're not that fond of crowded places, then head to Linggu temple, which is a very quiet area and definitely worth a visit. There are shuttle buses taking you from sight to sight.
Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall
A museum commemorating the horros of the Nanjing massacre during World War II when Japanese soldies killed thousends of Chinese and almost completely destroyed the city. A very modern museum with an emotional impact similar to a Holocaust museum.
Stop # 2Sightseeing
A very, very modern city but to be honest, Hongkong, just over the border, is way nicer.
Stop # 3Sightseeing
A bustling mix between East and West, old and new. Very crowded though, but amazing food! Most hostels are really shady.