The China Pavilion lies between Norway and Germany on the Western banks of the massive lagoon at Epcot’s World Showcase. Stroll through the beautifully landscaped garden and adjacent temple, visit the fascinating ” Land of Many Faces” exhibit and view the 360° presentation, Reflections of China, which is hosted by the ancient Chinese poet, Li Bai.

Other highlights of the China Pavilion include one-of-a-kind performances by SI XIAN (Chinese harp) and the amazing Dragon Legend Acrobats. Dining opportunities at the China Pavilion include Nine Dragons and Lotus Blossom Café. For authentic Chinese souvenirs, browse through House of Good Fortune.

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