This family-friendly Shenzhen hotel is located on the boardwalk, within 3 mi (5 km) of Shekou Ferry Terminal and Chiwan Tin Hau Temple. Shenzhen University and ...
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Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre$116
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Huxinting Tea House, Yu Garden, and Shanghai Old Street. Old Chinese City and The ...
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Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Yuyuan Bazaar, Old Chinese City, and Shanghai Museum. The Bund and Shanghai Old Street ...
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Located in Downtown Beijing, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Wangfujing Street, National Museum of China, and Qianmen Street. Tiananmen Square and Beijing ...
Novotel Beijing Xin Qiao$73
Located in Downtown Beijing, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of National Art Museum of China, Wangfujing Street, and Forbidden City. Sanlitun and Beihai ...
Prime Hotel Beijing Wangfujing$103
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from People's Square and within 6 mi (10 km) of Oriental Pearl Tower and The Bund. IFC Mall ...
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Located in Dongdan, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Wangfujing Street, Tiananmen Square, and Oriental Plaza. National Museum of China and Forbidden ...
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Located in Nanshan, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Chinese Overseas City and Splendid China Folk Village. Window ...
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The second largest country in the world, China is home to people as diverse as the geography. China travel can encompass anything from the northwestern grasslands and deserts, to the subtropical forests of south-central area. China embraces an unparalleled co-existence of tradition and ultra-modern lifestyles. The Chinese national culture is just as carved from silicon and glass as it is from imperial palaces and gardens. Shanghai’s nightly Symphony of Lights personifies the glittering urban Chinese nightlife. The numerous national parks are home to native Chinese species, including the beloved panda and Chinese alligators. Whichever province is the destination of your China travel, you will find yourself immersed in one of the world’s most fascinating countries.
When choosing a season for China travel, it is important to remember that the country’s geography is immensely diverse, resulting in a variety of climates. The fall is typically the most popular season for visiting any place in China. Temperatures are usually comfortable, sitting around 20°C. The humidity is low, which is absolutely welcome in densely populated urban centers. While winter can be very cold, February remains a favorite time of the year to visit China. The Chinese New Year is celebrated mid-month. Many natural parks are equally beautiful in the warm months as they are when draped with snow.
Discover over 1,000 life-size Terracotta Warriors accompanying emperor Qin Shi Huang into the afterlife.
Experience romantic Hangzhou by visiting West Lake, inspiring legends and songs for centuries.
The Yunggang Grottoes are an exceptional part of any China travel itinerary, boasting 53 Buddhist grottoes with over 50,000 statues.
China vacations must include a trip to the Great Wall of China, spanning over 20,000 km and visible from the Moon.
The legendary Yangtze River, the longest river in Asia, laces through the country from East to West.
Visit the diverse Karst rock and stalactite formations in southern China, and explore the Stone Forest that carries the tragic legend of Ashima.
Enter Imperial China at the Forbidden City in Beijing, the palatial grounds of Chinese emperors from the Ming to the Qing Dynasties.
Mount Song, part of Songshang National Park, is crowned by the famous Shaolin Temple, and is the origin of the Zen school.
Guanzhou’s Huangpu Military Academy is now a popular museum constructed during the Great Revolution of China.
One of the world’s most spectacular mountains is Huangshan, a spectacular zenith of towering stone from the Mesozoic Era.
Jingdezhen’s Pottery Workshop: Take a class, explore the galleries, and explore the long history of Chinese ceramics in China’s porcelain capital.
Black Sesame Kitchen: Cooking classes in Beijing, including traditional tofu, baozi, and imperial dishes in a traditional Chinese courtyard.
Partyworld Hangzhou: Belt your lungs out at this beloved karaoke complex, complete with a lobby that looks like it belongs to a five-star hotel.
Madame Mao’s Dowry: Shop for Chinese propaganda posters, photographs, furniture, and artifacts from the Mao period.
Base Bar: Shenzhen’s edgy rock bar hosts the best in leading Chinese rock bands as well as the underground scene.
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