Where to Go For China Tour?
China, a land of red pagodas, cosmopolitan cities, the breathtaking jagged peaked scenery of Guilin and the Yangtze River’s Three Gorges, the Great Wall, vast terracotta armies, fabulous food, colourful culture and more history than you can shake a stick at. Discover Confucianism, explore hanging temples, Buddhist caves and stone forests, climb mountains and cruise rivers, let on the go take you there!
Stretching more than 3,000 miles from the western shore of the Pacific Ocean across the face of Asia, China is a country of unlimited size and variety.
This vastness not only adds to the excitement of planning a trip to the country, but also to the confusion of which cities and regions to visit first. When planning a trip to China, be aware that you can't see "everything" in one start-to-finish, whirlwind trip, but if you want to fully experience the country, allow enough time to really experience it.
China is definitely the kind of place you will never feel enough to travel only for several times. It is best to visit the major sites and cities on the first trip, at a relaxed pace, then plan to explore the country region by region on subsequent trips when you can experience all the different ethnic minority cultures and archaeological wonders. Keep in mind that China is a land of extreme climatic variations.
For example during February you can travel the southern coast and enjoy tropical fruits, sunbathe on the beaches of Hainan Island or visit the Flower Festival in Guangdong. At the same time, in the north, Harbin is dazzling travelers at the annual Ice Sculpture Festival with giant ice pagodas, ice palaces, and cleverly sculpted panda bears. Meanwhile, Beijing is celebrating the Longqing Gorge Ice and Snow Festival with illuminated ice lanterns, spectacular fireworks, and ice fishing. Witnessing the grandeur of the Forbidden City in the snow is an extraordinary sight indeed.
There are more than 120 national scenic and tourist resorts across the land. The most famous ones are Beijing, Xi'an, Nanjing, Luoyang, Kaifeng, Hangzhou and Anyang, which are known as the nation's seven major ancient capitals. For different interests such history, culture, ethnic folklore and nature etc., you can refer to below for consideration:
Dynasty Tours - Beijing, Xi'an, Luoyang, Kaifeng etc.
Splendid Tours - Tibet, Silk Road (Xinjiang), Yangtze Cruise etc.
Ethnic Minority Discovery - Yunnan, Kunming, Lijiang, Xishuangbanna etc.
Natural Tours - Guilin, Zhangjiajie, Jiuzhaigou, Chengdu etc.
Mountain Tours - Mt.Huangshan, Mt. Wuyishan etc.
Beach Tours - Hainan, Dalian, Xiamen, Qingdao etc.
City Tours - Tours to cities around Shanghai, Beijing etc.
China Trekking Tour
China Brief IntroductionChina is located in the east of Asia, with the Pacific Ocean to the east. ---China Golf Tour
Just arrived in China?
If you have just arrived in China for work or study and you are eager to get to know the local culture but don't have the time to travel too far from the office or school, we recommend a trip to the following places: Shanghai, Beijing, Xi'an and Guilin.
Tours to these destinations includes:
Living in China?
If you have been in China for a while now, youre probably interested in seeing and doing a few things a little further a field:
YUNNAN, XINJIANG, GUANGXI(Guilin), SHANXI(Pingyao), SICHUAN, GUIZHOU, TIBET and SHANDONG....
OR Special Interest Tours:
Are you looking for a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the big city?
We can arrange several weekend trips away from some of Chinas major cities.
Weekend away from Beijing (Chengde, Xian, Pingyao, Qingdao ,Qinhuangdao)
Weekend away from Shanghai (Wuzhen, Zhouzhuang, Yellow Mountain)
Weekend away from Guangzhou
Weekend away from Xian
China Holidays can also arrange your evening entertainment.
* Acrobatic Show
* Kungfu Show performances
* Traditional Peking Opera
Are you keen to take some time off and go to the less-traveled regions of China? Do you want to learn more about Chinese minority cultures and experience places which are a long way from the familiar comforts of Shanghai and Beijing? If so, we recommend the following places:
GUIZHOU, GANSU, THE PLAINS, ANHUI, HUNAN
For itinerary ideas please feel free to look at our Theme Tours webpage.
Friends and Family:
When friends and family come to stay with you it can be hard to get the time off work to show them around China yourself. You also may not want to see all the usual tourist hotspots for a second time either.
China Holidays can arrange for an English speaking professional local tour guide to take your friends and family around for you and to explain the history and culture behind many of Chinas infamous tourist sites. We can also offer your friends and family the following additional services:
* Airport meet and greets- private car hire with driver
* 4/5 star accommodation near to your home
* Tailor made itineraries including your current city of residence and other parts of China.
If you want to spend your summer vacation in China this year, we recommend the following destinations:
Relaxing and beaches- Hainan Island
Beautiful countryside- Yunnan, Guizhou
Yangtze River Cruise
We can also arrange for you to travel to other destinations in South East Asia as an extension to your trip. We can arrange for you to fly to Thailand, Australia, India, and many other places too!
Staying in China during the winter holidays? We recommend the following itinerary ideas:
China Holidays can arrange extension tours and visas to Russia, Korea, Japan and many more.
If you have a few days off work during the Easter Holidays you may want to travel to the following destinations:
Sichuan C beautiful countryside Golf Tours
Hong Kong-before it gets too hot!
If you want to escape the crowds and spend the national holidays away from some of Chinas larger cities we can arrange this for you easily- all you have to do is give us enough notice in advance so that we can guarantee a top quality service.
China Holidays can also arrange for your business or organisation to travel around China, whether it is for business meetings, training seminars and conferences or incentive trips.
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