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A journey to the west of China starting from Chongqing, head to Chengdu for cute pandas and historical sites in and out the city, we will further into Lhasa for the charming Tibetan cultural and Buddhism architectures on the Tibetan plateau, transfer to Gansu for visiting Lanzhou, Dunhuang and Jiayuguan and ends in X ...
This is an ideal expedition that provides great experience to the diversity and colorfulness of eastern China, including admiring Confucius culture at Qufu, exploring magnificent Mount Tai in Tai’an, and visiting numerous historical relics and natural sceneries in China’s most beautiful cities Suzhou and Hangzhou. ...
Take this 11-day tour to explore China’s wild west full of charm of exoticism. It starts from Tianjin, and then head to Chengdu home to giant panda & holy city Lhasa, followed by heavenly Shangri-la & Lijiang for towering snow mountains, endless grassland, steep gorges, crystal waters, pastoral villages…
These three great destinations comprise a delightful China tour. Be ready for China’s most vibrant port city of Tjianjin, fantastic capital of Beijing with a blend of modern glamour and traditional heritages, and Chengde, known as "summer capital" during Qing Dynasty.
This 5-day trip takes you to Tianjin, China’s most vibrant port metropolis blended with traditional Chinese glamour, and then another coastal city – Qinhuangdao. Indulge in the profound Chinese culture and enjoy the sea life of cool breeze, fresh air and tasty seafood.
Useful Tips & GuideBring the essentials: casual and comfortable clothing/shoes, sun lotion, medical kit and toiletries;
It's suggested to pack a few precautionary items with you, especially for minor illnesses;
Always prepare some changes, it is needed when you buy things from the street vendors or small shops. At some scenic spots, and when you get changes back, please check carefully in case they are counterfeit money;
Try not to open your wallet in public, and don’t show large amounts of cash or traveler's check to others.
It's better to have your hotel staff arrange taxi service for you if you want to go somewhere on your own by taxi, take a hotel card with you or ask your receptionist to write down the names of the hotels and places you want to go in both English and Chinese before getting in the car.
Always ask for a receipt from a taxi driver so that you can complain if you have been cheated or for tracing purposes if you happen to leave your anything behind in the taxi.
Be careful about sharing your travel plans with strangers. Most people in China are friendly, and some of them are eager to practice English, it is delightful to talk with them, but never follow a stranger to anywhere you are not familiar with, especially when they promise to get you some fun or good bargains.
Transport, hotels and attractions are extremely busy during the Chinese New Year (usually in January or February) and the week-long holidays of International Labor Day (May 1) and National Day (Oct 1). It's suggested to avoid traveling in China during these periods.
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