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Travel and discover China.
Wander through the ancient alleys of Beijing and stand in awe before the towering skyscrapers of Shanghai.
Immerse yourself in Xi'an's history with the Terracotta Warriors or find serenity along the tranquil waters of Guilin's Li River.
From the bustling markets of Guangzhou to the spiritual temples of Lhasa, to the spicy culinary heartland of Sichuan, China unfolds like an intricate tapestry of culture, history, and natural beauty.
Marvel at the Great Wall that snakes across mountains and delve into the experience of the traditional tea ceremonies.
Embark on this journey and let the vast and diverse splendors of China enthrall your senses!

China's Best-Loved Locations!

A journey to China is a bridge between epochs: where the echoes of its mythical past meet the pulsing advancements in technology.

  • Beijing (Great Wall, Forbidden City)
  • Xi’an (Terracotta Warriors)
  • Shanghai
  • Guilin (Li River, Reed Flute Cave)
  • Chengdu (Panda Breeding Research Center)
  • Harbin (Ice and Snow Festival)
  • Urumqi (Heavenly Lake)
  • Hangzhou (West Lake)
  • Suzhou (Classical Gardens)
  • Lhasa (Potala Palace)
  • Zhangjiajie (Zhangjiajie National Forest Park)
  • Luoyang (Longmen Grottoes)
  • Sanya (Tropical Beaches)
  • Jiuzhaigou (Jiuzhaigou Valley National Park)
  • Datong (Yungang Grottoes)
  • Chongqing (Dazu Rock Carvings)
  • Lijiang (Old Town)
  • Dunhuang (Mogao Caves)
  • Qingdao (Laoshan Mountain)
  • Kunming (Stone Forest)
  • Shenzhen (Window of the World)

Dishes you can find in China

From the bustling streets of Beijing to the serene landscapes of Sichuan, China offers an unparalleled gastronomic adventure, beckoning travelers to savor age-old recipes, innovative fusions, and delicacies that capture the essence of its diverse cultures and histories.

**Here I have curated a selection of some of the dishes you can savor in the China. Of course, there are countless versions and other dishes that are absolutely a must-try. For a food lover like me, I can say, try everything to the fullest extent of the experience 🙂

  • Peking Duck
  • Dim Sum
  • Hot Pot
  • Mapo Tofu
  • Kung Pao Chicken
  • Spring Rolls
  • Wontons
  • Sweet and Sour Pork
  • Baozi (Steamed Buns)
  • Jiaozi (Dumplings)
  • Beef Noodle Soup
  • Yangzhou Fried Rice
  • Sichuan Spicy Chicken
  • Century Egg Porridge
  • Mooncakes

We intentionally left the names in original language so you can ask and be more sure about what you're looking for and ordering.
*In the future, we will create a section where we will also share recipes from local people.

Things you absolutely must do in 2023-2024

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Don't Forget to Do...

Here our top recommendations ensure complete immersion and unforgettable experiences.

The Great Wall of China:

Stretching over 13,000 miles, China's ancient Great Wall represents centuries of history. Initially built for defense, today it stands as an iconic testament to human endeavor and endurance. A trek here offers breathtaking views and a journey through time.

The Terracotta Army in Xi'an:

Unearthed in 1974, the Terracotta Army guards Emperor Qin's tomb. Thousands of life-sized figures, each distinct, stand in battle-ready formation. This archaeological marvel in Xi'an offers a glimpse into ancient China's craftsmanship and beliefs.

Giant Pandas in Chengdu:

Chengdu's lush reserves are a haven for the enchanting giant panda. These gentle creatures, symbolic of conservation efforts, can be observed in their natural habitat here. Witnessing their playful antics is a heartwarming experience.

Forbidden City in Beijing:

The Forbidden City, a palace complex in Beijing, was China's imperial epicenter for 500 years. A stunning maze of 9,000 rooms, it showcases rich architectural grandeur and intricate artwork. Step in, and you're amidst imperial Chinese history.

Chinese Traditional Tea:

"Camelia" tea, derived from the Camellia sinensis plant, is the heart of Chinese tea culture. Its delicate flavor and aroma embody centuries of tradition. Sipping on Camelia is not just about taste, but an experience steeped in history.

The Li River Cruise:

Cruise along the Li River and behold a picturesque landscape of limestone karsts and tranquil waters. A cruise here is like navigating through a classic Chinese painting, revealing the serene beauty of Guilin's countryside.

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Live an Unforgettable Experience

What makes a journey memorable isn't just the exploration, the stays, and the food, but also the opportunity to experience moments, holidays, and events. This creates memories of a remarkable adventure that will forever be a part of our lives.


  • Hangzhou West Lake Expo
  • Yi Peng Lantern Festival in Kunming
  • Qingdao International Beer Festival
  • Luoyang Peony Festival
  • Miao Sisters’ Meal Festival in Guizhou
  • Water-Splashing Festival in Xishuangbanna
  • Chinese New Year (Spring Festival)
  • Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival
  • Duanwu Festival (Dragon Boat Festival)
  • International Kite Festival in Weifang
  • Yi Torch Festival in Sichuan

This list includes a combination of traditional, cultural, and modern events, offering travelers a comprehensive experience of China’s diverse heritage.
They are a great opportunity to experience culture and traditions.

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