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About China
China is officially known as the People's Republic of China. Nestled in East Asia and west bank of the Pacific Ocean, China is a large country of just over 3.7 million square miles. The coastline in mainland China stretches just over 11,000 miles offering a captivating seascape. China is also a multi-ethnic nation with more than 50 ethnic minorities, each of which has its own characteristics, customs and traditions. It is surely a country of breathtaking diversity which has had a huge amount of fascination attached to various places in China for centuries. It has always been a source of inspiration and admiration for millions of travelers that ventured out on the magical land in east. And as we all know that the Great Wall of China is one of the greatest wonder which is the only man-made structure that is visible from the moon. Chinese people worked over it for over 1700 years. Visit one of the wonders of the world with our China Tours.

Geography and Seasons
Located in SouthEast Asia along the Coastline of the Pacific Ocean, China is the world’s third largest country after Russia and Canada. With an area of 9.6 million square kilometers and coastline of 18,000 kilometers, its shape on the map is like a rooster. Because of geographical differences, residents of each region have distinctive style and customs.

During summers the temperature midpoints from 25-33 degree Celsius, it is some way or another useful for bright mountain climbing and furthermore for city touring. Be set up for the warmth and if conceivable attempt to book ahead of time. At the time of winters from November to March the weather is colder and some cities like Beijing, Pingyao, and Harbin are gorgeous under a blanket of snow.

And yes, if you are after China’s traditional and ethnic culture then plan your trip during Chinese New year (Late January or February) and Chinese mid- autumn festival ( in September and early October).

The Culture
Chinese culture is a great blend of old world traditions and westernized lifestyle. Chinese culture has always managed to retain its unique identity till the introduction of Western culture in the mid 19th century. Chinese religion, theory and governmental issues: Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism have left a group and enduring impact on Chinese culture and custom. Officially there are 56 recognized ethnic groups in China and many of them merge into Han identity have maintained distinct linguistic and regional cultural traditions. Chinese family structure has traditionally been rigid and hierarchical

The Experiences
China is a diverse landscape, a variety of attractions and even some hidden gems worth a visit. This country boasts of a lot of exotic destinations which should be a part of your itinerary while visiting China. Some of the most unique experiences in Italy are as below; be a part of it with our China group tours, let’s have a quick look at it

Walk on the World’s Longest and Highest Glass Bridge
If you are a thrill seeker and have an affinity for heights, hold your breath we have good news for you and that is The Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon is now open to the public. It offers beautiful panoramic and scenic views; the transparent bridge walk also gives you the most stunning views of waterfalls and Quartz River. Not just the walk, you can also go bungee jumping and zip lining off it. And also it attracts millions of tourists from all across the world.

Experience the Best of Kite Flying
While exploring the city of Beijing, one must visit the Temple of Heaven for a quick history lesson about the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors. You can observe the locals practicing Tai Chi early in the mornings, young men and women playing Xiangqi, and many experts flying kites in an open area.

Take the Ferry Across the Huangpu River in Shanghai
It is the iconic Shanghai tourist spot where people come together to take selfies with the famous Shanghai Skyline. But you can take a ride along the Huangpu River for less than 0.50 USD to get up close and personal with the iconic backdrop without as many as tourists.

How to Reach China
By Air
China is well connected to major countries and cities around the world with a chain of airports in its major cities. Some of the major airports in the country are the Beijing Capital International Airport. Hong Kong International Airport is however deemed to be the most frequented and well connected to the other parts of the country and international airports. The airport connects you to approximately 180 destinations by more than 100 airlines. The Airport Express facilitates easy travel between the Central and airport in approximately 24 minutes. If you are a traveler with mobility difficulties, you can avail transport for special needs via advance booking.

By Rail
However, if you are a train enthusiast, it would be advisable to head to Kazakhstan and take a train from there. Russian Trans-Siberian Express goes through China and is a one-week-long journey. Also, if you are travelling from Vietnam, you could take the daily overnight train between Hanoi and Beijing. If you are in Hong Kong, you could avail the train service from Hong Kong to Guangzhou that operates on a daily basis.

By Road
It is possible to reach China by road since it shares its borders with many countries. You could either hop on to a bus or use a hired vehicle to do so. However, the border crossing between India and China may be closed due to political unrest. If you are still adamant on making your journey worthwhile by embarking on a road trip to China, we advise you to head to Pakistan. From there you could make your way to China via the Karakoram Highway running from Nepal through Tibet or Vietnam.

By Sea
Note that ferry services are available from Japan and Korea to enter China. If you want the ultimate cruise experience and are a water baby; you must fly to these places and then take the cruise from there.

What to Eat in China
It goes without saying that Chinese food is utterly delicious and the tastiest in the world. Chinese food is full of colors, flavours and textures that appeal to a wide variety of eaters.  Since there are so many choices when it comes to Chinese cuisines, this makes it difficult to decide which dish you should try. To make it easy for you, here we have got some of the most famous dishes for you to try while exploring China with our Vegetarian tour packages to China.

Sesame Noodles
The magic of sesame oil shines atop a heaping bowl of noodles in this popular dish. It mainly contains garlic, sesame paste, vinegar, and sometimes peanut butter and/or chili sauce. It may also be available with tofu and/or veggies.

Chinese Salads

Chinese people will usually order a cold vegetable dish or two to have alongside their meal. The most famous one is probably smashed cucumber which is simply cucumber with garlic, vinegar, oil and perhaps a bit of chilli. Another classic is spinach and peanuts where the spinach has been blanched then mixed with vinegar and peanuts.

Grandmother’s Potato
This is a classic dish from Yunnan province of southwestern China. It’s simple but extremely tasty -just mashed potatoes then fried with some oil and chilli. It’s only very mildly spicy so suitable for all palates.

Which are the famous Indian Restaurants in China?
Taste some finest Vegetarian Meals in China with our China tour Packages. Some of the best vegetarian dishes you can try in China are as below; let’s have a quick look at it

Ganges Indian Restaurant

It is one of the most popular Indian restaurants in Beijing near Forbidden City, Ganges is visited by tourists and locals alike. There are different outlets of Ganges Indian restaurant in Beijing, and all of them serve mouthwatering food. The staff is courteous and you have your food made extra spicy if you like it that way. They also serve a wide variety of South Indian food- the dosas and idlis served here is one of the best things you can find in China.

Delhi Darbar Restaurant
Delhi Darbar has something for everyone. We bet you just cannot resist having the desserts (kheer). Dal Fry, Palak Paneer, and Mushroom Tikka almost every staple Indian dish can be found here. What’s more – you can even ask them for Jain preparation and they will do it, which makes the place even more special.

Indian Kitchen

Another famous place, this is one of the best South Indian Restaurant in Beijing. You can try dosas, rasam, sambhar, coconut chutney, curd rice, mouthwatering curries and some North Indian dishes also. This food is aromatic and full of Indian flavours. The place has a very warm, colorful Indian vibe to it. The service is quite prompt and the food is also delicious. And you just cannot afford to miss out on Indian desserts here.

Bollywood Indian Restaurant

One of the most aptly named places around, Bollywood Indian restaurants in Shanghai is a dream come true for most tourists and Indian nationals living, working and exploring the city. The spot has a lively vibe to it with an assorted menu fit for vegan and non-veggie lover inclinations. The food is tasty and the service is awesome. There are a bunch of Indian eateries in Pudong Shanghai; be that as it may, Bollywood stands separated for its style as well as for the nourishment.

Black Pepper

Black Pepper is Authentic, Modern, Sophisticated restaurant that offers a range of quality Kebabs with complimented, stylish, relaxed and friendly atmosphere. They greatly appreciate their choices and promises to serve you with excellence. Pure ingredients are mixed together in thoughtful and creative ways.

Places to Visit in China
Culture and heritage that runs back as far as the beginning of humanity, tourist places to visit in China are an overwhelming adventure. China is full of lively cities and brilliant sightseeing known for museums, restaurants, nightlife, and architecture. So, it is no surprise that deciding which ones to visit can be complicated. Some of the best places to visit in China are as below; explore it with our Small group tours to China.

Jade Buddha Temple

In the western part of Shanghai, a very modern and flourishing city, this is an honored and famous Buddhist temple named as Jade Buddha Temple. In 1882, an old temple was built to keep two jade Buddha statues which were brought from Burma by a monk. The temple was damaged during the revolt that overthrew the Qing Dynasty. Luckily the statues were saved and a new temple was built on the present site in 1928 and then it was named the Jade Buddha Temple. It is well known for the two bits of Jade Buddha – one is the sitting Jade Buddha of 1.95 meters tall and the other is the littler leaning back Jade Buddha of 0.96 meters tall. It has retained the culture of china which holds a special importance in the hearts of locals and visitors alike.

Terra Cotta Warriors
Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses were discovered in 1974 and are known as the 8th Wonder of the World. It has dense layout and large scale and it has historical, scientific and artistic value. The terracotta army isn’t just Xian’s premier sight; it’s one of the most famous archaeological finds in the world. Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses were discovered in 1974 and are known as the 8th Wonder of the World. It has dense layout and large scale and it has historical, scientific and artistic value. The terracotta army isn’t just Xian’s premier sight; it’s one of the most famous archaeological finds in the world.

Ocean Aquarium
Education meets entertainment in this polished and amazingly designed aquarium that you will love. Enjoy the spectacular view of coral reefs, and attractive mammals at the shores. And get a chance to witness cute penguins and massive sharks during your visit to Ocean Aquarium. The Summit area has world class thrill rides such as the Hair Raiser and the Waterfront has amazing Asian animals and Aqua City. Old Hong Kong is a new mock-up of old communities of bygone eras. Marine World is the favorite with dolphin and killer whale shows. Gondola ride is for amusement and transportation. You can see the park and the ocean from high above.

Li River
The Li River, or Li Jiang, is in Guilin, in South China's Guangxi Province. It is prestigious as being one of "the world's best 10 watery wonders" as indicated by National Geographic. The Li River journey from Guilin to Yangshuo flaunts the most excellent view. Along the 86-kilometer medium, you will see karst tops, eating water wild buffalo, agriculturists working in the fields, and conventional towns settled at the bases of the slopes. The Li River, one of the most beautiful rivers in China, is the soul of Guilin. There are three ways to look at the beauty of the river: the Li River cruise, the bamboo raft and hiking, Boating and rafting.

Things to Do in China
Some of the best things to do in China are as follows

Stroll the Romantic West Lake
Indeed, an iconic, representative sight in Hangzhou and is viewed as a standout amongst the most wonderful sights in China. Its magnificence is the subject of numerous poems and paintings. This beautiful lake is surrounded by temples, Pagodas, gardens and mountains await travelers in Hangzhou, china. This place is so revered by locals over the years that it was called “Paradise on Earth”. What do West lakes do? It highlights the charm, mystique and untouched beauty of the vast and untouched Southern inland and China.  It is one of the best locations where you can spend some good quality time with your loved ones. And don’t forget to describe this lake as the only jewel to fall on the earth.

Interact with Cute Giant Pandas
Do you love pandas just because they are cute? OR do you love them because we all have been taught they are rare and special. The Giant Pandas only live in a few mountain ranges in central china, and there are very few of them left in the wild. They are rare and special to be sure, the diamonds of the animal kingdom. Increasingly known as the symbol of China, the cuddly and lovable giant Panda lives nowhere else in the world outside captivity. The Giant Panda will also be seen on the WWF logo and also known as a national treasure of China. They can only live in large bamboos because it is their main food. The best place to see them is Chengdu in Sichuan Province- the hometown of Pandas.

Climb Up the Chinese Mountain
China is a huge nation with numerous mountains. Some are grand and glorious, while some are identified with religion and culture. China Highlights has recorded the accompanying most well-known mountains in China, including four Buddhist Mountains. China’s legendary era of mountains speaks out the history and allows it to be sacred.  Here, Clouds are like the clothing or seas of the Yellow Mountains, often making the peaks seem like variously large and small islands with stunning vistas. And the hot springs of the Yellow Mountains were renowned for the Yellow Emperor, the earliest ancestor of the Chinese nation, who bathed in the springs and grew younger as a result.

China with Family
Wondering where to go in China with kids? When looking to travel to China with your family you have a whole host of stunning options. It’s also a very family friendly destination with many of the best cities to travel in China with kids! Our China family tours are designed by keeping in mind the needs of families. It will offer numerous child friendly destinations, opportunities for kids to learn, appreciate and enjoy the uniqueness of China at specially designed classes, natural sites and accommodation that is suited to the traveling family.

Some places and cities offer so many fun and exciting activities and outings to do as a family that you may want to consider on your next family vacation! If you are looking for a great country to visit with kids, it’s hard to beat Macau. Explore China with your family with our China tour package for family.

Which are the Best Areas for Shopping Tours in China?
China is indeed a shopper’s paradise. From the roadside stalls to the large-scale modern shopping malls and from common stores to popular supermarkets, China has it all for all kinds of travelers. Shop til you drop with our China tour.

Wangfujing Street
Located in Beijing, the best shopping city in China, this is the foremost street market here. Here you will find countless souvenir shops, eclectic food carts selling the most delicious Chinese cuisines, painting stores, and departmental stores. You can find everything from traditional Chinese herbs to modern amenities. This place is a must if you are looking for some serious shopping in China.

Central Avenue
Central Avenue is a pedestrian only cobblestone street lined with stores, amazing restaurants, old architecture that usually dates back from the Russian era, and the malls obviously. Central Street was part of the original town that was built by the Russians about 110 years ago. It was firstly known as Chinese Street. You will also find some shops with Russian products, international restaurants, and large supermarkets.

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