Visit the Far East in Epcot’s China Pavilion

Here you can marvel at the majesty of Chinese history and architecture at Epcot’s China Pavilion.

As you stroll through beautiful, serene gardens where you will be entertained by acrobats and traditional music and get the chance to enjoy many Chinese delights. The architecture is reminiscent of traditional Chinese works.

You may even bump into Mulan and a few dragons!


Reflections of China is a CircleVision 360 degree journey through China’s beautiful countryside and major cities.

Here you will take a whirlwind journey through many of the major Chinese provinces.

Tomb Warriors is a small museum that is full of Chinese history, including recreations of the famous Qin Dynasty terra cotta army that was originally created to stand guard at their emperor’s tomb!

Dragon Legend Acrobats – dazzling feats of agility and strength by students of the Chinese Pu Yang Academy of Acrobatics.

Princess Meet and Greet also takes place at the China Pavilion.

At specific times Mulan and Mushu visit the pavilion's gardens and welcome you to join them.


Look up! When you enter the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest make sure that you also look up to truly get a feel for this beautiful structure. The intricate craftsmanship should not be missed. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center
Look up! When you enter the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest make sure that you also look up to truly get a feel for this beautiful structure. The intricate craftsmanship should not be missed. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center
Inside of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest at the China Pavilion you can explore replicas of ancient relics and watch a 14-minute video that takes you across China. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center The Tomb Warriors exhibit in the China Pavilion explains the origins and discovery of the Terracotta Army in China. Seeing these replicas is much more impressive than seeing them in a photo. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center While you wait for the Circle-Vision show to begin you can view a replica of the Terracotta Army. The original figures date back to around 210 BC. They were used to protect the deceased emperor in the afterlife. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center It's amazing that this 2000 year old statues were so well preserved and undiscovered. Thousands of these statues were discovered in 1974. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center The intricately designed buildings and walkways at Epcot's China Pavilion are a wonderful place to enjoy some time visiting Mulan and Moshu and learning about the history of China. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center Epcot's China Pavilion is one that you should not just walk past. The picturesque ponds and structures quickly draw you in with their beauty. On the right you see the replica of the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest, which you can visit without going to Beijing. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center Read and see the history of this colossus sized tomb, which is is still being explored to this day. After spending some time learning about this amazing discovery you may find yourself further researching more information about the the tomb of China's First Emperor, Qin. #ChinaPavilion Wise words for all those visiting the China Pavilion. You don't want to miss the opportunity to see something truly magical here and only getting to hear about it from others. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center Inside the Yong Feng Shangdian you will find a superstore of sorts. This shop is the largest shopping center in the World Showcase and has something for everyone. #ChinaPavilion A great way to keep cool is with a lovely conical hat. You can find these at Epcot′s China Pavilion. #ChinaPavilion #Epcot Center Epcot China Pavilion



Nine Dragons Restaurant is a table service Chinese cuisine establishment in a palatial atmosphere.

Lotus Blossom Cafe is a quick service eatery that serves pot stickers, egg rolls, Orange Chicken and other Chinese and American favorites.

Joy of Tea offers a primarily beverage service.

Here you will find teas, beers, green tea, and Caramel Ginger ice cream!


Yong Feng Shangdian Department Store is a massive shop filled with thousands of items, including furniture, kitchenware, rugs, clothing, jade, slippers, paper fans, art, toys, jewelry, silk parasols, Chinese candies & cookies, and much, much more.

Fun Facts

To say “hello” in Mandarin, (the most popular Chinese dialect), say “nǐ hǎo" (nee haOW).

A one-half scale replica of the Temple of Heaven near Beijing dominates the Pavilion courtyard.

To reproduce the temple as accurately as possible, Disney Imagineers screen printed exact replicas of the thousands of tiles that make up the walls and floors!

Talk about attention to detail!

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