The capital of China and a cultural mecca, Beijing is the second largest city in China, with a breadth of attractions and activities for visitors. Located in northern China, the city is renowned for its dynastic architecture, rich history, as well as famous Northern Chinese cuisine. Beijing is home to over 20 million people who reside in a city that is an enviable blend of old and new.Read More


The largest city and capital of Sichuan Province, Chengdu is a modern, vibrant metropolis. Yet it has a laid back vibe that allows visitors to stroll through its ancient streets at a leisurely pace. The city is home to over 7 million and has an ample number of offerings to choose from. For many, the pulsating nightlife and gleaming towers are the main draws, while others prefer the city’s cultural attractions, tranquil tea gardens, parks and spectacular food make it a special place to visit.Read More


The capital of the Guangdong Province, Guangzhou is the third largest city in China. Located in southeast China, Guangzhou is modern and lively, with urban entertainment and features merging with natural and ecological beauty. Guangzhou boasts a population of over 11 million people who enjoy modern activities, but also appreciate the importance of traditions. For many visitors, the opportunity to visit the origin of Cantonese cuisine is a culinary experience not to be missed, while others appreciate the cultural attractions that the city offers.Read More


The capital and largest city of the Zhejiang province, the beautiful city of Hangzhou is located at the head of Hangzhou Bay on the coast of Eastern China. Formerly spelled Hangchow, it has been a famous and prosperous city since ancient times.Read More


Surrounded by high mountains on three sides, Sanya is located on the southern tip of Hainan province. This coastal city features more than 200 km of spectacular coastline, and some of the most pristine beaches, clearest skies and best diving China has to offer.Read More


Suzhou, still occasionally spelled Soochow, is a large city located near Shanghai in southeastern Jiangsu Province. Often called the “Venice of the East”, the 2,500-year-old city is crisscrossed with canals and speckled with UNESCO World Heritage gardens.Read More


Located in Shaanxi province, Xi’an is a city with an incredible amount of history so it is no surprise that there are so many museums, historical ruins as well as cultural attractions that can be found in the city. While Xi’an definitely has a very historic feel, it is also pleasantly cosmopolitan.Read More

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