Visit China’s extraordinary wonders and its beautifully diverse landscapes whilst taking in the most intriguing civilisation. You will feel as though you have stepped into a different world when you land in China with so much to see left right and centre, it is sure to be an amazing experience.
Shanghai is becoming increasingly popular with its economy now boosting and the impressive skyline. Although Shanghai looks very much like a modern sci-fi city, it also has a blend old style where you can visit the Jade Buddha Temple. So whether you would prefer to shop ‘till you drop, or explore the original wonders of the city walking around the ancient Yuyuan Garden, you are sure to be amazed by Shanghai.
Now, when people think of Shanghai, they think of that impressive skyline which in recent years has impressed millions. However, if you look in the right places, you can catch a glimpse of lifestyle that has not altered. You will find this all in ‘Old Shanghai’, a little treasure carrying on history through its winding streets and vibrant markets. This place is a must-see when visiting Shanghai to get the real experience of their traditional culture.
You must not forget to visit Xi’an. This wonderful city is famous for its Terracotta Warriors, they are sure to be a real eye opener when you discover the 8,000 lifelike figures, all with an individual expression. It really is such a unique place to visit, nowhere else in the world will be like anything you have ever seen before here in Xi’an.
Since being regenerated for the 2008 Olympics, Beijing has become more popular than ever and is now heard of all over the world. Enriched with culture and historic wonders, Beijing is famous for its magnificent Great Wall. This beauty runs over 373 miles long, the most popular area of it is the Badaling Great Wall. You may want to avoid this area during peak times as it can get extremely crowded but be sure to visit Mutianyu Great Wall instead, it is arguably the most beautiful part of the Wall but is considerably less crowded. Remember to take a lot of water and some food too, as some parts of the wall are quite deserted!
Relax and get away from the cities for a least one day during your time in China, and visit the beautiful Li River. Board a river-cruise, sit back, and enjoy the stunning scenery of strangely shaped mountain peaks reaching into the sky. The green tinged water and green banks will make you really appreciate the natural beauty that China hides, and the glitz and glam of the city will feel a million miles away!
When visiting China, to get the full experience of visiting this special country, it is recommended you go with a Tour Manager. With so much to see, they will really break it down for you so you do not have to worry about missing out on superb areas of China. Travel Time can offer a full experience tour complete with a Tour Manager, just have a look through our tours and see what interests you!