Sun Jing, a 26-year-old woman from Shanghai, visited

 Xi’an, the capital of Shaanxi province, during the break.

“The city is charming, with its long history and modern urban life, as well as its

diversified snacks and world-famous Terracotta Warriors,” she said on Sunday.

“The only annoyance was that there were too many people crowding every attraction, but it’s the holiday.”

Some travelers opted to go overseas, and many of them stretched the holiday into a six-day vacation.

The Lvmama report said that Thailand and Japan remained the tw

o top choices for Chinese mainland travelers during the Tomb Sweeping holiday, followed by Indones

ia, the Philippines, Hong Kong, Macao, Malaysia, France, Australia, the United States and the Maldives.

On Wednesday, Ctrip, another online travel agency in Shanghai,

estimated that Chinese travelers would make about 110 million visit

s during the holiday break to 790-plus domestic and overseas destinations in 88 countries and regions.

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