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A LIFETIME’S SUPPLY OF CULTURE AND BEAUTY

China holidays reveal the ancient culture that is found across this vast and diverse country, from the winding Yangtze River to the snow-capped mountains, the farmers working the fields to the thronging cities.

Few places can offer travellers the variety of experiences that holidays in China do. For a start, the country is huge, with landscapes from the snow-capped peaks of Tibet to tropical Hong Kong. As diverse as the changing landscapes are, so too is the culture, history, people and cuisine as you travel from one place to the next in this vast land.

There is something here for everyone, from cruising the winding Yangtze to cycling through the rice fields in Yangshuo, discovering artefacts thousands of years old or the newest cocktail bar in trendy Shanghai.

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china highlights

  • Discover the Great Wall

    Travel a little further from Beijing to see the famous wall at a less-crowded stretch at Mutianyu, or drive to Jinshanling where even fewer tourists venture.

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  • Feast on the varied cuisine

    Whether you are dining at a famous Peking duck restaurant or eating in a local home, discover regional specialities from Sichuan spice to the weird and wonderful.

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  • Explore Hong Kong’s neighbourhoods

    Explore Stanley’s seaside sights and Central’s antique district, stroll through Kowloon’s backstreets and sample the local delicacy, dim sum (yum cha). Families are sure to enjoy Hong Kong’s Disneyland, or Portugal’s colonial history take the JetCat ferry to Macau.

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  • The Army of Terracotta Warriors near Xian

    Buried for over 2000 years, see the overwhelming number of intricately carved warriors and horses, as well as other characters at this important archaeological site.

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  • Cruise the Yangtze

    Watch the natural beauty of the Yangtze River float past from the comfort of your own private balcony.

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  • Meet a Giant Panda in Chengdu

    The giant Panda Research Base in Chengdu is the best place to do this, where the focus is on conservation.

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  • Watch the famous Shanghai acrobats

    The acrobatic arts have a long history in China, seeing a great revival with the advent of the People’s Republic. Modern performances of acrobats performing near impossible feats combine this tradition with modern effects.

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  • Explore by bicycle

    Cycle along the imperial fortifications at Xian or amidst the soaring karst scenery of Yangshuo, through the backroads, villages, fish farms and lotus fields.

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  • Travel the Silk Road

    One of the world's great trade routes, the exotic Silk Road has fascinated travellers for centuries. Board a donkey cart ride to the Gaochang ruins near Turpan and soak up the atmosphere as the sun rises over this magical site.

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  • Villages of the Yunnan

    Find villages and monasteries that are less frequented by tourists amongst the mountains around the towns of Lijiang and Dali.

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China reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Sights / Places to go
9.1
Cuisine
9.0
Overall rating
8.9
Scores 8.9 out of 10 based on 16 reviews
Reviews and scores from the last 12 months.
8 out of 10

Andrew

Sydney Family
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Guilin was my favourite city, and having the opportunity to be there during the mid Autumn Festival made it even more special.
While we could see Xian was a lovely city, the smog made it very difficult to fully enjoy. Also, the hotel in Xian was the worst of the tour.
Confirmed traveller: 26 September 2016
Published on: 12 October 2016
9 out of 10

Lamyuan

Buderim Couple
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The massive investment in infrastructure.
The preservation of national heritage.
The obvious national pride of the local people manifesting in clean and tidy cities.
Friendliness of the local people.
Visits to local artisan factories appear to be hard sell shops offering good information but little real product value.
Confirmed traveller: 25 September 2016
Published on: 08 October 2016
10 out of 10

Raymond

Inverloch Couple
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Loved everything
Not really
Confirmed traveller: 25 September 2016
Published on: 06 October 2016