Travel guides of major travel destinations in China, including their general introductions, top attractions and other travel information.
Take a Beijing tour is absolutely worthwhile! Besides of a historic capital, it is also a gourmand's paradise with so many regional cuisines.
It is China's top landscape resort famed for enticing mountains and water, such as the outstanding Elephant Trunk Hill and the Li River.
It is no wonder that the historic Shanghai is the most prosperous and liveliest financial center in mainland China.
Chengdu: It is the capital of the 'Heavenly Kingdom' of Sichuan, also called 'a city where one would not think of leaving once there'.
Chongqing: An ancient city, which is also one of the Stoves and the largest municipality of China, Chongqing has lots of wonders waiting for you.
Dali: This ancient city enjoys so mild climate that you can experience its charming scenery and exotic customs of the Bai group at any time.
Datong: The long history of Datong leaves a lot of historical relics, including 7 grottoes, 196 ancient architectures, 25 old tombs and so on.
Dunhuang: Dunhuang lures countless tourists every year with the magnificent cultural relics, grand history and marvelous scenery.
Guizhou: Apart from its comfortable climate in every season, the highlight of Guiyang should be the various nationalities living here.
Hangzhou: The most graceful city in China will let you know what the heaven on earth is both by the beautiful West Lake and its splendid history.
Hohhot: The brave Mongolians have settled down in this vast region for a long time and praised this land to be a 'Blue City'.
Hong Kong: Hong Kong, one of the busiest international ports, is also an attractive tour detonation combining the modern fashion and traditional Chinese elements well.
Kashgar: Boasting a long history and splendid culture, there are various kinds of cultural relics scattered in and around Kashgar City.
Korla: Beautiful Swan Lake, distinctive ethnical flavors and cultures in Korla allure millions of tourist every year.
Kunming: You will be involved in the flower sea once arrive in this eternal spring city which is also proud of interesting local customs.
Lijiang: The UNESCO listed site features well preserved ancient buildings and Naxi culture, which is said to be one of the best places to live in.
Macau: Both of the traditional Chinese civilization and the Portuguese culture can be found in this international city.
Nanjing: One of the ancient capitals, Nanjing plays a vital role in the east part of China, ranging from economy and culture to transportation.
Pingyao: This county preserves the best examples of Chinese ancient architecture from the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
Shenzhen: The excellent environment makes Shenzhen a resort for travelers as well as its glitzy economy attracts many businessmen.
Suzhou: The most ancient bridges, rivers, gardens and water towns in Suzhou will satisfy everyone’s desire for the unsophisticated China.
Turpan: The friendly and hospitable locals living in the 'Fire Land' entertain their valued guests with the most delicious grape.
Urumqi: Being the capital of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Urumqi boasts its majestic landscape and peculiar human sights.
Wuhan: This 'River City' is just located at the confluence of the Yangtze River, boasting its splendid historic sites, gorgeous sceneries and modern city life.
Zhangjiajie: Everyone will be astonished once he comes to Zhangjiajie where a series of unbelievable mountain scenery exsits.
Is there any tour arrangement based on the Romance of Three Kingdoms geographical and historical itinerary? If so, what are your suggestions?
you can go to the following places:
Chengdu, Xuchang, Luoyang, Nanyang, Nanjing, Haozhou, Xiangfan, Hanzhong.
We are considering going to China for this easter break, arrive Beijing 1 Apr and depart 15 Apr. Require trip for 2 adults and 2 children ages 11 and 7.
I would like to spend 3 days in Beijing, then go to Xian, Chengdu to see the pandas, then Chongqing for a 3 day river cruise/ 3 gorges dam, then onto Shanghai.
Instead of flying everywhere though, can we do overnight trains with sleeper berths. Unless you dont think that the quality is that good or it will be to time consuming then stay with flights.
Can you tell me how much it will cost, the hotels to stay at and what star, and items of interest along the way.
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Your company has been recommended to me. I would like to know if one of the tour includes hiking the Wall of China. I am looking for a 10km walk only(1 day within a 12 to 14 day tour)
What is the best period of the year to visit(weather wise)
WarriorTours.com :>Thanks for your inquiry.
Which section of the Great Wall would you like to go? Our tour package includes hiking on the Badaling and Mutianyu Great Wall since other sections are very dangerous for hiking. It is hard to tell the best period for visiting the Great Wall since scenery is different during the four seasons.
I plan to go Dalian in July or August. Which month is better to go, how's the weather?
I want to know which city/cities in China has more connecting flights to Dalian for me to fly from Kuala Lumpur?
What are the places of interests in Dalian and nearby for me to visit for the duration of 6 to 8 days.
WarriorTours.com :>Both July and August will be nice time to go. August will be better since the weather will be more comfortable.
Our suggestion is that you fly to Shanghai from Kuala Lumpur and take a flight to Dalian.
The popular attractions in Dalian include Bangchuidao Scenic Area, Jinshitan Scenic Area, Laohutan Ocean Park and the Port Arthur. The highly suggested attraction nearby Dalian is the Bingyu Vally Scenic Area.
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