On Thursday, Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman landed in Beijing, China, as part of his Asia tour, which saw him visit India and Pakistan earlier this week.

Upon arrival, he was greeted by a number of Chinese officials at the airport including China's Ambassador to Riyadh Li Huaxin. He later visited the famous Great Wall of China with Huaxin ... and posed for some pretty dramatic photos.

And, well, he looks like a pretty regular tourist in them. See for yourself: 

Deep conversations?

All smiles

Lots of different poses

The one we'd all take if we were visiting China

The compliments soon poured in on Twitter

"Our champion, our leader"

"The writer of modern history, the leader of change"

The trip in a nutshell

According to Arab News, the crown prince indulged in a "lavish lunch" on Friday which included chicken soup with matsutake, a famous mushroom used in Chinese cuisine. The meal also included a dish comprised of seafood with onions, grilled salted-fish, and a fruited platter for dessert.

But, aside from the food... 

The two countries plan to develop greater integration between China's Belt and Road development strategy and Saudi Vision 2030.

It has been nearly two years since Saudi's King Salman Bin Abdulaziz al-Saud met with China's president in March 2017.

"The visit is expected to bring more fruitful results on the economic front with regards to China's One Belt, One Road Initiative and how the Saudi government can leverage the initiative for its Saudi Vision 2030," a senior analyst at Euromonitor International told CNN.

China is Saudi Arabia's largest trade partner. Imports from Saudi Arabia reached $29.1 billion in 2017.