Where are all gone? China without the tourists amazing beauty
• Where are all gone? Amazing Chinese beauty without tourists
Tourist places in China may be even more crowded with crowds of people, the train in the subway at rush hour, and all because of the huge population. For example, in southern China has recently opened a new glass bridge over the precipice, but it had been closed due to the constant stream of tourists, as authorities fear that it simply can not withstand the load.
However, judging by these spectacular images, there are rare moments and remote areas of the country where for many kilometers around without seeing another living soul. These photos were taken in beautiful places such as Dunhuang, an oasis on the edge of the Gobi desert in northwest China, or Jiuzhaigou, a protected natural park in the remote areas of Sichuan province. Landscapes vary, but they have in common is a sense of privacy and tranquility, as if you're the first in the world to see them.
Rice terraces Laohutszuy Yuanyan County of Yunnan Province. Space is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Terraces cultivated Han people for thousands of years.
The lonely traveler in the Gobi Desert near the city of Dunhuang, which was once part of the Silk Road.
Traditional yurts used by nomadic people of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, on the background of mountains and Lake Karakul Muztagata.
The bamboo raft floating down the Li River in southern China. This is shown in landscape 20 yuan banknote denomination.
The wooden bridge in the mountains of Huangshan. This landscape in Anhui Province is often found on Chinese watercolors.
Kuitun Grand Canyon on the northern slope of the Tianshan Mountains in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region of China.
A lone climber climbs the rocky formations in the southwest of Shilin Yi autonomous county.
silting in Syapu coast, a region in the southeast of Fujian Province, which is known for the traditional way of life. Many of its residents still go fishing, to provide their own food.
Autumn Beauty Khem village on the northern border of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, where many people live just like in the old days.
The water in the Yangtze River tributary in Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture has risen strongly due to heavy rains.
The shepherd drives the cattle pastures in the Altai of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region during seasonal migration. Many pastoralists lead a traditional way of life in the summer leaving higher into the mountains, and the winter down to warmer meadows.
The old fisherman in traditional dress throws network in the river Lee. Cormorant sitting next to him, who helps him to catch fish.
The District Baicheng after harvest spread out to dry red pepper. This is a very remote and ethnically diverse places.
Lake five colors, which is also called the Peacock Lake, Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve in the fall. Crystals on the bottom of the lake naturally reflect the bright colors of the surrounding landscape.
Lake Yueyatsyuan ( "Growing Lake") in the oasis of Dunhuang, are deemed to exist for more than two thousand years and is fueled by water from a spring.
The National Geopark Zhangye Danxia National Geological Park is known for its multi-colored mountains that get through the layers of sandstone and sedimentary rocks.
The train with a steam locomotive travels by rail, linking the cities of ulanqab and Tongliao in Inner Mongolia.
Pearl Waterfall in Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve - one of the most beautiful places in the park, which is often used for the filming of movies and television shows.
The Mongolian shepherd on Bashan Plateau in northwest China's Hebei Province.
Grand Canyon Enshi in Hubei Province.
Temple Voyun Getszaoshan on a mountain in China's Jiangxi Province.