Tourist sites in China can often be busier than a train at peak time thanks to the country's huge population.
But the landscapes are always varied but they have one thing in common – they make you feel like you're the only person who has discovered these beautiful sceneries.
The Laohuzui Rice Terraces in Yuanyang are listed as a Unesco Heritage Site and have been carved from the landscape by the Hani people over thousands of years.
Travelers are making their way across the deserts near Dunhuang.
A wooden walkway winds along the cliffs of the Huangshan mountain range.
The limestone formations in south west China's Shilin Yi Autonomous County. The rocks resemble fossilized trees, giving the attraction the moniker of Stone Forest.
Tourists are watching the flooded Jinsha River at Tiger Leaping Gorge in Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Region. Heavy rainfall in south west China created the dramatic scenes.
A herd of cattle is travelling across the Altay grassland during the seasonal livestock migration in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.
An old fisherman, wearing the traditional outfit, is throwing his net out over the water from his bamboo raft on the Li River. Next to him is a cormorant, an aquatic bird that helps him to catch fish.
Peakcock Lake in Jiuzhaigou is pictured here. The crystals lining the bottom of the lake naturally reflect the gorgeous colors.
Crescent Lake (Yueyaquan) is a crescent moon-shaped lake in an oasis near Dunhuang.
Danxia Landform is known for it crayon-like colours, which are created through layers of sandstone and sedimentary rock.
The Pearl Shoal Waterfall in Jiuzhaigou is one of the biggest and most spectacular ones in the national park.
The Bashang Grassland in Hebei.
Woyun Nunnery is one of two temples on the Golden Summit (Jin Ding) of Mount Emei. Behind it, a sea of clouds can be seen.
Source: Daily Mail