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China is made up of 23 provinces, 5 municipalities, 4 autonomous regions and 2 SARs, in possession of numerous cities with distinctive appearance and unique culture & customs, which make China tour become more popular.


Beijing, also known as Peking, is the capital of China located in the north of China, which is the political, economic, cultural, technical, educational and international communication center of the country. As a city of more than 3000 years' history, Beijing is honored as the city with the most World Cultural Heritages in the world. It is also known as the historical city and one of the eight ancient capitals (the others are Xi'an, Luoyang, Nanjing, Kaifeng, Hangzhou, Anyang, and Zhengzhou) in China.

As a celebrated international tourist center, Beijing is filled with spots of historical importance, from the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square, to old mansions, religious shrines, and traditional hutong alleyways. Classical architecture is gracefully blended with modern structures. The old and new live alongside in peaceful harmony. More importance is placed on greenery and parks, trees, and flowers beautify the city. Whether you enjoy art, history, entertainment, or nightlife, Beijing is a must-see destination with Spring and Autumn being the best seasons for traveling in Beijing.

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Guangzhou, also known as Canton and Kwangchow, is the political, economic and cultural center of South China. Canton Fair, the biggest trade fair in China, is held twice a year in Guangzhou in April and October since 1957. Plus, the 16th Asian Games has been held successfully in Guangzhou in 2010.

With a history of 2,000 years, Guangzhou once was a departure point of Maritime Silk Route and the Only Port of China and the successive Thirteen Trades Monopoly (1523--1842). Currently Guangzhou is the wholesale capital city of South China. It features several areas of professional wholesale business covering garment, leather, furniture, toy/crafts and IT products, which is quite welcomed by the business travelers. Moreover, Guangzhou offers easy access to the surrounding famed cities Hong Kong/Macau/Shenzhen/Foshan/Zhuhai.


Guilin, meaning "forest of sweet osmanthus" in Chinese, is a world-famous tourist destination located on the west bank of the Li River in Guangxi Province of South China. As a popular Chinese idiom says, the mountains and water in Guilin are the most magnificent under heaven.

It is an immense exhibition of miraculous work of nature: rock mountain formations of all shapes and sizes are seemingly dropped from the sky; crystal limpid rivers wind to pass through the abundant greenery; a mass of caves hold underwater springs and more small scale rock formations; etc. More than 10 ethnic groups, such as Han, Zhuang, Miao, Yao, Hui and Dong, etc., live on this dreamlike land for generations so that various splendid cultures amazingly burst into bloom together. Closely encountering with the fairytale land will be a magnetic experience in your memory.

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Shanghai is the emblem of modern China. Developed as one of the first opening port of China in 1840s, the then Shanghai village has risen into the largest city and financial center in China, reputed with a title "Paris of the East".

As the title states, Shanghai features a large array of Western classical buildings like those at the Bund, the first shopping street of China, Nanjing Road. On the other hand, the city preserves many traditional South-China toned gardens, temples, markets, folk residence, etc, making Shanghai a magical melting pot of western and eastern cultures.

To travellers' joy, Shanghai is conveniently linked to several top tourist cities like Suzhou and Hangzhou as well as some picturesque water towns, say, Zhouzhuang, Tongli, Xitang and so forth. It's nothing difficult to span an extensive tour from Shanghai to its surrounding cities and towns.

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Xi’an, equivalent to ancient Roman Empire’ capital - Rome, is one of eight ancient capitals in Chinese history. Xi’an is the ancient capitals of 13 dynasties, which could date back 3100 years ago. As the starting point of the Silk Road, Xi’an is honored as World Historic City by UNESCO in 1981.

Best known for its ancient historical ruins, museums, cultural relics, and archaeology, Xi'an draws visitors wanting a glimpse of the Middle Kingdom 's long and spectacular history. Absolutely, Terracotta Warriors is the most outstanding one. Also, Xi’an boasts distinctive Muslim lifestyle in certain areas where since Tang Dynasty the Arabian merchants trod along the Silk Road and settled down around.

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Hong Kong

Once a small fishing village, Hong Kong City is one of the world’s leading international financial and trading centres. It is a charming and vibrant metropolis famous for its amazing harbour views and thriving skyline as countless beautiful natural landscapes and exquisitely designed skyscrapers are densely gathering on this small island.

Hong Kong is also well-known for its shopping and food paradise, and multiple cultures. It is adorned by countless attractions and abundant interesting activities, such as the world-famous beautiful Victoria Harbour, fantastic Ocean Park, fairy theme park Hong Kong Disneyland, etc. What’s more, almost every soil of this land has a history or story of its own.

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Hangzhou is famous for its extraordinary beauty and elegance. As the capital city of Zhejiang province, Hangzhou is located in southeast China and about one hour drive from the bustling Shanghai. A popular Chinese saying boasts: "above there is heaven, on earth there is Hangzhou and Suzhou."

The serene loveliness of Hangzhou's West Lake (Xi Hu) and the surrounding hills remain spell binding, where the graceful willows, tranquil waters and expansive gardens attract millions of tourists. In addtion, Hangzhou is teeming with eye-catching sights.

From places of major cultural and historic significance, like the Grand Canal and Six Harmonies Pagoda, to sites of striking natural beauty, such as the Qiantang River and Lingyin Temple, this is a destination sure to please anyone with an eye for aesthetics. Modern facilities and amenities contribute to making Hangzhou one of China's most popular visitor destinations.

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Yangtze River

Yangtze River, along with the Yellow River, breeds up the history, culture and economy of the country. Why not take a Cruise along the Yangtze River & get to know China from its Mother River?

Originated from the glaciers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and running west to east through several provinces for 6,418km to the East China Sea, the Yangtze River boasts different gorgeous sceneries along the way, among which the Three Gorges is the most renowned natural landscape and the Three Gorges Dam is the best recognized man-made wonder by being the largest hydro-electric power station in the world.

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Lhasa is the capital city of Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) and has long been the center of politics, economy, culture and religion in Tibet. Lhasa means "holy land" in Tibetan language. The history of city dates back to the 7th century AD, when the Tibetan King Songtsen Gampo conquered many tribes, united Tibet, transferred the capital from Yarlung to Lhasa, and established Tubo Regime. With Potala Palace as its center, Barkhor Street and Norbulingkha Palace on both sides, Lhasa is one of the most charming cities in Tibet. The grand Potala, the blue sky, the clear water and the fresh air all add charm to the city. 

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Located in the west of Sichuan Basin, Chengdu has a population of over 11 million. Dating back to at least the fourth century B.C., the city has a long history and occasionally served as a regional capital for various kingdoms. The abundance of greenery in Chengdu makes it an enjoyable place to wander on foot.

There are miles upon miles of bustling side streets to explore, where you'll stumble upon markets, commercial districts, underground shopping malls, countless tiny restaurants specializing in Sichuan snacks and old men walking their song birds. You'll also encounter the city's artisans: small-time basket-weavers, cobblers, tailors and snack hawkers who swarm the streets and contribute to Chengdu's lively atmosphere.

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