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Tour Code: TCG-CD-02
Discover the world natural and cultural heritage sites in Chengdu! See the ancient wonders that stood on the soaring rivers, or just hold the panda in hand and get some cherished photos on this typical Chengdu Tour.
Tour Code: TCG-L-015
Destinations: Guilin, Yangshuo, Chengdu, Ya'an, Xi'an, Luoyang, Dengfeng, Zhengzhou, Shanghai, Beijing
Yes, perhaps you have seen the movie Kung Fu Panda 1 and Kung Fu Panda 2, but did you experience a classical tour which perfectly balances Kung Fu and pandas? Now let the Kung Fu masters show you the interesting Chinese Kung Fu, and you also have opportunity to get close to the pandas, experience Chinese culture and visit...
Tour Code: TCG-L-028
Destinations: Kunming, Chongqing, Yichang, Shanghai, Beijing
What better way to experience the picturesque landscape of China than on a Yangtze luxurious cruise? Come, allow us to take you, your family, friends and colleagues on an unforgettable journey through a treasure trove of heritage, history, natural beauty and spiritual aura.
Tour Code: TCG-L-022
Destinations: Beijing, Chengdu, Ya'an, Shanghai
This Tour features interesting and enjoyable panda experience in Chengdu but also includes the famous sites in Beijing & Shanghai. The Mutianyu Great Wall, Forbidden City and thriving the Bund & Nanjing Road also worth a visit.
Tour Code: TCG-L-017
Destinations: Beijing, Xi'an, Shanghai, Guilin, Yangshuo, Hong Kong
Take the kids to China when they are out of school! This specific-designed tour is based on the interest of the families especially the children's. From the amazing Mutianyu Great Wall, the whole family will head to the biking tours on the ancient city wall, marvel at the magical terra cotta army and see the fascinating...
Tour Code: TCG-L-031
Destinations: Beijing, Chengde, Datong, Taiyuan, Pingyao, Xi'an, Guilin, Yangshuo, Hong Kong
This is a perfect balance of Chinese history and scenery. From culture, architecture, religion, world heritage sites to one of the world's 10 top watery wonders. It will be an unforgettable experience in your life-time!
Tour Code: TCG-L-019
Destinations: Beijing, Pingyao, Taiyuan, Xi'an, Chengdu, Lijiang, Kunming, Guilin, Yangshuo, Chongqing, Yichang, Shanghai
This China Tour provides the most famous historical sites, picturesque landscape and modern landmarks in China. Travel from the narrow Hutongs of Beijing and Xi'an to the grand snow mountain in Lijiang, mighty Yangtze, travelers will experience the ever-changing urban and rural cultures throughout the vast China.
Tour Code: TCG-L-008
Destinations: Beijing, Jiayuguan, Zhongwei, Yinchuan, Taiyuan, Datong
Suitable for hiking fans! This is the most challenging of all our China Hiking Tours, led by experienced travel guides, it provides the opportunity to explore the most famous sections of the Great Wall and the less-visited wild Great Wall of China.
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China is an ideal getaway all year round. Whenever you come, China has something for you. While the best time to visit China is in April, May, September and October. Traveling during these period would be rewarded with comfortable weather and breathtaking landscape, while that also means your travel cost will likely be higher, too. Traveling in other months is also suggested, because you would be rewarded with extraordinary landscape, less crowded attraction area as well as cheap accommodation. In winter, enjoying world-famous ice festival in Harbin and experiencing the spree of Chinese New Year are also what you can not miss. Traveling during this period seems more money-efficient but still travel-effective.
High Season vs Low Season
High Seasons in China:
• Labor Day (May 1, 3 days duration)
• National Day (October 1, 7 days duration)
• University Holidays: Summer holiday (June-September) and Winter holiday (January-February)
Many people plan a visit during high seasons. However it is not always the best choice. During high seasons tickets for trains, planes, as well as accommodations at hotels are hard to obtain, as great numbers of people travel during these times. It is highly recommended to join an organized tour if you must travel during high seasons, as doing so will certainly relieve you from the difficulties of obtaining tickets.
Low Seasons in China:
Compared with high seasons, low seasons couldn't be a better choice for visits. They offer you the following merits:
• Saving money. In low seasons, the related costs will be much lower than during the peak seasons. Entrance fees, travel ticket prices, and the goods sold in the places of interest will all cost less.
• Saving time. Low seasons offer you a more tranquil environment rather than a noisy, crowded place. It may take several hours to take a photo during peak time, while in low seasons you can enjoy yourself in the beautiful scenery without any interference.
China is a great country with numerous nationalities and each nationality has their own festivals. Should you be a Chinese culture lover, come during the time the festival you wish to see is happening.
Nearly each Chinese festival has its own legend and history. Please explore more details about Chinese festivals and determine your itinerary based on your favorite ones.
·Make a packing list and number them in order of importance.
·Reread you list. Think twice about the "desired or essential" items.
·Try to make the list as short as possible.
·Find related information about your destination and amend your list accordingly.
What to Pack
Travel light! Whenever you travel, remember that quality, not quantity is the order of the day. Hereafter are some useful tips for packing. Please read it carefully as it will surely help you.
·Do remember to take you passport, visas, related health certificates, tickets, ID, money, credit card, map, itinerary and other important documents needed during traveling
·Do remember to make a card upon which are your personal details in case of emergency
·Do remember to make copies for your important materials. It is strongly recommended that you additionally store a backup of your information in your email account or other on-line storage.
·Do remember to bring guide and phrase books related your destination.
·Do not pack important items unprotected; put them into a waterproof bag to prevent damage.
·Do not carry too much money all in one place, spread it around your pockets.
·Do not keep your credit card and identification card together.
·Do not take too many reading materials, 1-3 copies is ok.
·Do check the climate of your destination, and then see what kind of clothes you require.
·Do remember to take leisurewear which will keep you relaxed and comfortable.
·Do remember to take clothes that dry easily.
·Do remember to take a waterproof and umbrella.
·Do not take too many formal clothes, one or two is enough.
·Do not bring natural fibred clothing as it is hard to dry and are heavier than synthetics.
·Do not forget to bring sunhat, sunglasses and sun block in summer
·Do not forget to take you toiletries and your personal items such as toothbrush, towel and so on.
·Do not take sturdy clothes
·Do not wear military-styled clothing in case of unnecessary misunderstandings.
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Western suits, jackets, sports coats, woolen jackets, long sleeve shirts and travel shoes
T-shirts, short sleeve shirts, skirts, sandals, caps, rain wear
Western suits, jackets, sports coats, light woolen sweaters, rain wear and travel shoes
Overcoat, thick woolen sweaters, lined coats; In northern China, cap, gloves and cotton-padded shoes are required
·Do remember to take a power convert and adapter plugs. China's electrical system operates at 220 volts
·Do remember to take razor, alarm clock, camera and enough film as well as extra batteries
·Do not take too many electrical products which can be bought anywhere or are provided by hotels, hair dryers for example. It will be a burden for you.
·Do remember prescribed medications.
·Do remember to prepare some drugs for emergency use, including Aspirin, vitamins, anti-inflammatory, anti-histamines, remedy for diarrhea and antacid.
·Do take along your medical history (Blood Group, Allergies, and Known Medical Conditions) and keep in your first-aid kit. This may be helpful if you need to see a doctor or become incapacitated.
·Do not carry excessive quantities of drugs; you may encounter problems at China Customs.
·Do not bring a pharmacy, just bring the essentials.
·Roll your clothes instead of folding them or use vacuum bags. In this way you will save a lot of space and provide extra protection for your clothing.
·Put the items your will use regularly at the top.
·Bring several plastic bags with you. You will find many uses for them during your trip.
·Remember the rules on carrying liquids; you may have to remove them at your point of departure.