Malaysian completes dream to visit all Seven Wonders of The World


The southern part of the Badaling section of the Great Wall of China has fewer tourists. — Photos: TOOFAN MAJUMDER

In June 2018, I realised that I had seen six of the Seven Wonders of The World – except for the Great Wall of China. That’s when I decided to visit China, not just for the wall, but its beautiful temples too.

When I arrived in Beijing, I rented a car from the airport and immediately went to the Great Wall of China. I visited the Badaling section of the wall, which is one of the more popular tourist sections and the nearest to Beijing city.

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