Spring is one of the best times to travel to Asia, as the trees turn pink and cherry blossom leaves float through the wind. Japan and South Korea are two of the best places to see cherry blossoms in Asia, and there are many fascinating cities waiting to be discovered.
Can cherry blossoms be found in China?
One springtime sight that you cant miss while in China is the stunning display of cherry blossoms. Cherry trees are abundant in both Beijing and Shanghai, so if your visit is limited to one or both of these cities, youll be able to view plenty of blossoms.
What countries do cherry blossoms grow in?
Cherry blossoms are spread throughout many provinces in China and usually bloom between late March and late April. The oldest sakura trees in the country are be found in the Longwangtang Park, in the Liaoning Province, which is home to 2,000 cherry blossoms that, come into full bloom in late April.