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All kind of tours in China

The best tour provider in China. Offering many different kind of tours (week/day trips, city tours, self driven tours) for very fair prices.

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Eastern Asia

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Land borders

Afghanistan

Bhutan

Hong Kong

India

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China at a glance

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Best itineraries

This itinerary proceeds through China in Eastern Asia and it is a roundtrip from Novosibirsk.
Mainly very big cities are destinations. If you love to visit museums you will be happy at
Beijing (see itineraries). Many cities are snowy in December. As a Russia citizen you must get the valid visa before for China. You can pay with Yuan Renminbi everywhere. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. These flight connections are taken during this route: Novosibirsk - Beijing (see itineraries) and Jinan - Novosibirsk.
This itinerary proceeds through China, Eastern Asia. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
You can enjoy museums, theaters and galleries at Chengdu. There are one flight connection. These are Chengdu - Wudangshan. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. You can pay with Yuan Renminbi everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through China in Eastern Asia. Most popular part is Beijing (plan Beijing itineraries).
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. You find a lot of museums, theaters and galleries at
Beijing (Beijing itineraries). Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Ningjin. The climate is snowy. There are two flight connections. These are Yangshuo County - Beijing and Jinan - Yangshuo County. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary proceeds through Eastern Asia, more precisely China. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
you can take a bath in
Macau (Macau itineraries). Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Shenzhen. Many cities are comfort in December. You can pay with Yuan Renminbi everywhere. These flight connections are taken during this route: Macau - Yangshuo County and Tuojiang - Hengshui. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure.
This itinerary shows you the main interesting destinations of Eastern Asia, more precisely China. The focus is mainly on not so famous cities.
The itinerary visits mainly very big cities. Do you like museums? Then you will enjoy Harbin and
Shanghai (Shanghai in detail). Do you like nightlife? Then you will enjoy Shanghai. The climate is cold. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. There are two flight connections. These are Harbin - Nanchang and Shanghai - Harbin. You can pay with Yuan Renminbi everywhere.
This itinerary brings you through China. Most popular part is Beijing.
At Ningjin you can enjoy nightlife. Many cities are snowy in December. During your travel you have to speak Chinese . And if you speak only english it could be an adventure. These flight connections are taken during this route: Ordos City -
Beijing (visit Beijing itineraries) and Jinan - Ordos City.

Things to do

What are best things to do in Zhouzhang water town in one day? Wandering around the old streets, you will be able to see several traditional tea houses, so make sure to indulge yourself with a cup or two and enjoy in one of the oldest traditions in China One of the must things to do in Zhouzhuang is stopping at the ...

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Entrance fee to Zhouzhuang water town

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Chinese New Year’s is coming up fast, so why not bring in the year of the monkey and take a trip to stunning China. Chinas plethora of sights, cities, landscapes and cultures will you keep you coming for many years to come. So celebrate this Chinese New Year properly in one of these five amazing locations! Beijing is ...

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THINGS TO DO IN BEIJING The capital city of China, Beijing (more about Beijing itineraries) has a glorious history that spans nearly 3,000 years. The city has remained the capital city of China for nearly 850 years and is considered as one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. THINGS TO DO IN HONG KONG The gateway of old fame from China to the ...

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This post could easily have been split into multiple posts, considering the size of the country, however I might do city based articles later on, however for now this will be a piece describing all the things you absolutely must do while on a holiday in China. I will straight away admit, half the people that have been ...

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Eat & drink

Today we start our new Blast From the Past series. In that time we don’t want to leave you guys hanging, so, while we go gather new adventures, we’ll be sharing our old ones! Don’t worry though, our stories are like wine. When we first started this blog I talked about how I got kicked out of the country for being too ...

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Agness is a Polish vagabond who, after graduation, left her comfort zone and set off for a journey of her lifetime to China in 2011. The compositions of flavors, their proportions may vary depending on the region where the dish is prepared. The cooking time is quite short, to preserve the natural taste of food.

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If eating were an Olympic sport, no other country would come close. I’m a food lover, therefore, most of my time spent travelling the world is wandering through food markets in search of tasting anything that is recommended to that country or indulging in food that locals love to eat.

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Chinese people LOVE to eat.

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Traveling around China, especially to those special world heritage sites like the Forbidden Palace and the Terra Cotta Warriors, makes you feel like you are really traveling. Between the language barrier and the cultural differences, sometimes it’s a little intimidating, and ..

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Worth to visit

First of all, the population of China is massive and the percentage of foreign visitors is small. Therefore, apart from the big cities, it is hard to find a foreigner at all. Needless to say, many Chinese people have never met someone from another country in person. It makes you quite an attraction for them.

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General

Are you travelling to China soon? In some ways, China completely meets travellers expectations, and in others completely surprises them! Read on for the top things that you should know before travelling to China. That being said, the majority of the Chinese are very decent people, and ..

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2 thoughts on “11 Things You Should Know Before You Visit China”

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Part of the reason I was interested in moving to China in the first place was to experience a culture completely different from my own. I wanted to experience “culture shock” and challenge myself. Here is a collection of my crazy stories and cultural insights as I explore this mystifying nation.

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, and it’s extremely popular and expensive. Take a walk at night in any Chinese city, and you’re sure to encounter all sorts of odd foods and aromas that you’ve never experienced before – pig’s brain, stinky tofu, and duck neck are all popular snacks here. This is great for the adventurous eater, but for most people ...

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We’re halfway through Summer, and you know what that means. That’s the time when people take vacations with their family, friends and other loved ones. Some will take to the tropics, some will go to the beach, some to the mountains but if you want to explore some rich history and culture, I have just the thing.

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Itinerary

Make sure your itinerary is consistent with the dates you indicated on the application form. ...

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Spending 2 weeks in China is enough time to do everything from the Great Wall to a bunch of hole-in-the-wall restaurants serving up the best pan-fried dumplings. But it’ll also just scratch the surface. So here’s how to make the most of your China itinerary. ...

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China Itinerary: See the Best of China in 2 Weeks

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Tianlong waterfall Three Natural Bridges - CHINA – Wulong Karst National Park day trip from Chongqing Wulong Karst National Park day trip is a must do if you’re in Chongqing. The park is part of the South China Karst UNESCO World Heritage Site of which I visited the Shilin Stone Forest Karst near Kunming, Yunnan ...

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Backpacking in China can be as intimidating as it is rewarding. The simple act of planning your travel to China can be enough to make you pull your hair out on its own! I certainly didn’t make it easy on myself by deciding to design my own tailor-made, off the beaten path journey to some of the more rural, inland ...

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Your 3 Week China Itinerary – Off We Go!

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Costs

In China at the start of the Spice Route in the Far East, the warm flavours of szechuan pepper and smoky ajwain inspired the OPIHR Gin's Far East Edition. The Maritime Silk Road journey starts in China, at the beginning of the Spice Route in the Far East. It’s here that the spicy and ..

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9 ancient highlights and flavours of China

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If the cost of flights to China is keeping you from exploring this amazing country and culture, then you’ve come to the right place. The UK is fairly well-connected to China, with direct flights flights to several major cities in China from ...

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When people think of backpacking in Asia, they often don’t immediately think of China. This is a shame, as the country has some of the most amazing sights in the region, is famed for its interesting history, and is easy to visit on a budget if you know where to look. Many people tend to favor other areas of Asia such ...

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How much do I need to budget?

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Including outward and return flights. Make sure your document has a Passenger Registration Number. ...

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Accommodation

This is my number one tip and these little babies are worth their weight in gold. Every hotel, hostel or guesthouse in Chinawill have a hotel name cardfor you to take with you and show to taxi drivers and people on the street if you get lost.

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Drink plenty of water, keep warm, and in general try to stay healthy because even a cold can feel like an awful bout of the flu with the pressure of high altitude. ...

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It is really the most incredible adventure – and hiking up to the wall along small worn pathways through the forrest is a fabulous start. We carried our own gear, but water is delivered to the campsite. After climbing for three hours we then walked along ...

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. to share some incredible bucket-list destinations. Now we want to know, what awesome adventures have you checked off your bucket list? ...

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