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People Also Ask About China Tours
Which are the best places to visit on China tour?1. The Great Wall of China: One of the magnificent sights in the world, the Great Wall of China should not be missed when planning for a China Tour. It's zig zag path over steep mountains and rugged country offers some breathtaking scenic views. Although the Great Wall stretches over 6,000 kms long, the best few sections to visit are located near Beijing - The most stunning Jinshanling, the wild Jiankou, the restored Mutianyu, Shanhai Pass, Gubeikouand the most crowded Badali. Travel with a guide to understand the Wall’s history and get to know the best spots.
- Location: Huairou District
- Timing: Not available
- Entry Fee: 40 to 60 Yuan
2. The Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace: The Forbidden City also known as the Imperial Palace takes you to ancient architectural masterpieces. You will get to see the precious cultural relics such as the Hall of Timepieces and the Hall of Treasures. The palace is a haven of treasures including Buddhist items, ornaments, and accessories. Antique pieces such as a 14 cm tall lion statue made of red coral, the 17.5 cm tall golden imperial seal with the characters inscribed Feng Tian Zhi Bhao are found here.
- Location: 4 Jingshan Front St, Dongcheng, Beijing, China.
- Timing: From April 1 to October 31, 8:30 to 17:00 and cost 60 Yuan. & From November 1 to March 31, 8:30 to 16:30 and costs 40 Yuan.
3. The Terracotta Army: Visiting the Terracotta Army should be included in the itinerary of China Tour Packages. The Army is a huge collection of terracotta sculptures in battle formation are the troops of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of Imperial China. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the most important excavations of the 20th century. The warriors consist of archers, cavalry, charioteers and infantry.
- Location: Lintong District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China.
- Timing: 8:30 till 17:00 from March 1 to November 30 and 8:30 till 16:30 from December 1 to February 28.
- Entry Fee: 120 Yuan
4. The Summer Palace: The Summer Palace is the largest royal park in China and significantly influences the country’s horticulture and landscape with its stunning views and cultural interests. The Palace recognized as the Museum of Royal Gardens comprises more than 3,000 man-made ancient structures including bridges, towers, pavilions, corridors and many more. Included in your China packages, this historic place is used for musical events and traditional Chinese plays.
- Location: 19 Xinjiang Dongmen Rd, Haidian District
- Timing: 06:30 till 18:0 from April till October and 07:00 till 17:00 from Nov till March
- Entry Fee: 30 Yuan from April to October and 20 Yuan from November to March.
5. Cruising the Li River, Guilin: The Li River cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo offers the most scenic views. You can witness numerous peaks, traditional villages located at the foothills, grazing water buffalo, and beautiful caves along the 86 km waterway. Multiple options are there for touring the Li River by taking a relaxing cruise or opting for a bamboo raft trip. The tour takes from a couple of hours to several days depending upon the option you have chosen.
- Location: Northeastern part of the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region
- Timing: From 9:00
- Entry Fee: $78 to $128
6. Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding: This research base is famous for getting closer to the giant pandas. Apart from pandas, you can find red pandas, peacocks, numerous insects, butterflies and birds. You get to see the daily lifestyle of the pandas and the female pandas nursing their cubs. The place is an educational centre where you can enroll to learn how to protect this rare breed and raise awareness with different experiential activities.
- Location: 1375 Xiongmao Ave, Chenghua District, Chengdu, Sichuan.
- Timing: 07:30 till 18:00
- Entry Fee: RMB 55
7. Yangtze River and the Three Gorges: The Three Gorges namely Qutang, Wu and Xiling are known for its natural and cultural attractions when taking a ride on a Yangtze Cruise between Yichang and Chongqing. The Gorges stretches 200 km long between Fengjie and Yichnag. While riding on the cruise, immerse yourself in the beauty of high mountain peaks, the forges and the rugged cliffs. You can witness numerous historical attractions along the river as well as indulge in adventure activities like rafting.
- Location: Sanxia District, Sandouping Town, Wushan County, Yichang City, Hubei Province
- Timing: 8:00 till 17:30
- Entry Fee: 105 RMB per person, and the half price ticket is 57 RMB per person.
8. Potala Palace: The Palace is revered as the symbol of Tibet that portrays Tibetan architecture, stunning artworks, and religious treasures. The 13 storey palace is divided into the Red Palace and the White Palace. Climb to the top to have a magnificent view of the Lhasa city and the beautiful plateau landscape located far away. The building houses various murals along the corridors and on the walls. Different paintings throughout the palace depict religious figures, historical events and Buddhist doctrines.
- Location: No.35, Gongqian Alley, Middle Beijing Road, Chengguan District, Lhasa City, Tibetan Autonomous Region.
- Timing: 09:00-16:00
- Entry Fee: 200 Yuan from May to October and 100 Yuan from November to April.
9. The Bund: Make sure that your China Tour Packages should include Bund that includes a mile stretch of buildings of different architectural styles located along the Huangpu River. The architectural styles include neoclassical, baroque and gothic influences from English and French buildings and also known as the museum of buildings. Just take a walk to get a better view of the century-old beauty of this city. Several buildings have now been converted to restaurants, cafes, and art galleries.
- Location: Zhongshan East 1st Rd, Wai Tan, Huangpu, Shanghai.
- Timing: 19:00-23:00 from May to October, 18:00-21:00 from November to April
- Entry Fee: Not Available
What are the best things to do on a China tour?1. Hop on to the top of the Oriental Pearl Tower: The modern structure of Oriental Pearl Tower rises to a height of 468 m above the grounds of Pudong Park. The tower portrays the traditional as well as the contemporary touch. Head towards the glass-floored observation deck which is 350 m from ground level for stunning panoramic views. For relaxation, treat yourself to dinner in the revolving restaurant. There are numerous entertainment options including music, shopping, and the captivating Oriental Pearl Science Fantasy World.
- Location: 1 Century Ave, Lu Jia Zui, Pudong Xinqu, Shanghai Shi
- Timing: 8 am till midnight
- Entry Fee: $48
2. Stroll in the ancient YuYuan Garden: Yuyuan Garden was built during the Ming Dynasty. The elegant layout, marvelous scenery, and the garden architecture's creative style have made the garden one of the famous places in Shanghai. The garden has six scenic places – the Inner Garden, Yuhua Hall, Huijing Hall, Dianchun Hall, Wanhua Chamber, and Sansui Hall. Tourists flock to this garden to witness elegant carvings and sculptures, Chinese architecture, and the bustling YuYuan Bazaar. The garden features decorative halls, twisted bridges, sparkling pools, sprawling pavilions, archways, pagodas, and stunning rockeries. If you want to get a glimpse into ancient China, as featured in books and movies, this is the ultimate place. Visit the garden during spring when the garden is dotted with blossoming flowers and green trees.
- Location: No. 137, Anren Street, Huangpu District, close to the Old City God Temple
- Timing: 8:45 till 16:45
- Entry Fee: Apr - Jun. & Sep - Nov: CNY 40;Jul & Aug & Dec - Mar: CNY 30
3. Climb on Shanghai Tower to get a bird-eye view: Shanghai Tower is a 632m, 1288-story tall skyscraper. By height, it is the second-tallest building in the world and shares the record of having the world's highest observation deck within a structure at 562 m. This engineering marvel provides a sustainable way of living with hotels, offices, shops, and restaurants throughout the building. The sky lobbies function just like traditional town squares and plazas, thus bringing people together.
- Location 501 Yincheng Middle Rd, Lu Jia Zui, Lujiazui Residential District, Pudong, Shanghai
- Timing: 8:30 till 22:00
- Entry Fee: CNY 180
4. Visit Gudong Waterfall: A visit to Gudong Waterfall should be included in the China Tour Packages. It is the largest forest park in Guilin and famous for its unique waterfall: Gudong Waterfall. Unlike other waterfalls where people can just enjoy them from a distance, tourists can play in the waterfall as well as climb to the top of the waterfall. The waterfall is bifurcated into 13 cascades and has a mean width of 20 m and a drop of 90m. The primary characteristic of the waterfall is the awareness of environmental protection. Numerous designed boards and attractions remind tourists of the importance of ecological conservation.
- Location: Junction of Daxu Ancient Town and Caoping Hui Township. It is 25 kilometers from Guilin city
- Timing: 8:30 to 17:30
- Entry Fee: 75 Yuan
5. Visit the Terracotta Warriors Museum: A crucial itinerary while going for a China Tour is a visit to Terracotta Warriors Museum. It is located 45 km east of Xi'an city, about an hour by car. The museum's major highlights are the three pits where the warriors are displayed and the Exhibition of Bronze Chariots. The 1st pit is the most impressive and the largest, where 2,000 terracotta warriors are kept. The 2nd pit is mid-sized, where the army units with chariots, archers, cavalry, and mixed forces are kept. The last pit is the smallest one and features the command post.
- Location: Lintong District, Xi'an, Shaanxi, China.
- Timing: 8:30 till 17:30 and 8:30 till 17:00 during the off-season.
- Entry Fee: From March 1 to November 30, the entry fee is 150 Yuan, or else 120 Yuan.
6. Explore The Forbidden City: There is nothing more fascinating than the Chinese empire. Over 80,000 visitors enter the Forbidden city to get a glimpse of the 500 years of Chinese history. It houses two Chinese dynasties – the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) and 24 emperors. Before the republican revolution destroyed the Chinese empire in 1912, the palace grounds were forbidden to the outsiders without an invite; that's why the name is Forbidden. It is the most enormous Imperial Palace on earth. Inside the Palace, you get to witness valuable artworks, imperial living and governing quarters, and traditional gardens.
- Location: Center of Beijing, north of Tiananmen Square.
- Timing: 8:30 till 17:30 and 8:30 till 17:00 during the off-season.
- Entry Fee: 60 Yuan from April to October and 40 Yuan from November to March.
7. Boating At West Lake: You will find wooden cruise boats shuttling from several points around the West Lake. Boats depart when it is full or every 20 minutes. From Xiaoying island, witness the three pools mirroring the moon. The place is a local’s favorite and you can visit the famous pagoda,Tran Quoc Pagoda. There are different boats available according to the group size from self-rowing boats to six or eleven person boats. Foreign tourists are not allowed to access self-rowing boats without an escort.
- Location: Shangcheng District/Xiacheng District/Xihu District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang
- Timing: 8:00 till 16:30
- Entry Fee: CNY 30 to 150 per hour
8. Explore Mogao Caves: The Mogao Caves of the Thousand Buddha Grottoes is the biggest treasure of Buddhism art on this planet. You will find several sculptures, murals, and different objects in the 2 km long cave. The artworks depict economics, medieval politics, religion, arts, culture, dress code, and ethnic relations in western China. The caves were home to different artists worldwide who lived in different periods for more than one thousand years and portrayed different cultures and shapes. In 1987, the caves were listed as a world cultural heritage site and termed the most valuable cultural discovery in the 20th century.
- Location: Dunhuang, Jiuquan, Gansu
- Timing: From April 1 to November 30, 8:00 to 18:00 & From December 1 to March 31, 9:00 to 17:30
- Entry Fee: CNY 40 to 238 depending on the season
What is the best time to visit China?The perfect time to book for China Tour Packages is during Spring (April to May) and Autumn (September to October). During these months, the temperature ranges from 10 to 27 degrees Celsius, and the tourists can roam conveniently.
What should I do in China in 3 days?Although it is not possible to visit this vast country within 3 days while planning for the China Tour you can choose to visit the most important places in 3 days. On the first day, visit The Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and the Great Wall at Mutianyu. On Day 2, head towards Jingshan Park, Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace. Your last-day itinerary should include the Lama Temple, Beijing Zoo for pandas, Olympic Stadiums, and Hutongs.
What is China famous for?This Red Dragon country is famous for its architectural marvels like the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, exquisite varieties of cuisine, and long history of invention. As China is a global powerhouse, and one-fifth of the globe's population lives here, it would take more than a lifetime to explore its culture, landscape, and food. Before booking for China Tour Packages, you should be aware that China is known for its martial arts, terracotta warriors, silk, Tibet, Shanghai, Confucianism, Tea, and Calligraphy. Additionally, China also boasts about Pandas, Fireworks, the Lantern Festival, The Rainbow Mountains, Chinese Zodiac, Harbin City Ice Festival, Macau, the Gobi Desert Zhangjiajie National Park.
What else is there to do in China besides sightseeing?- While exploring Beijing, visit the Temple of Heaven for a history lesson about the Qing and Ming dynasty emperors. You get to see locals practicing Tai Chi, young women and men playing Xiangqi, and experts flying kites in the open space.
- If you want local and authentic items to shop visit Kashgar's Sunday Market where you would find different colorful fabrics, knives, hats, selling wholesale livestock, and many others.
- When taking a trip to the Longsheng Longji rice terraces, please take some time to admire the farmers' hard work. Try the Zhongfan - bamboo tube rice delicacy quite famous in these parts. The dish comprises peanuts, dry meat, and sticky rice, sealed in a bamboo tube and cooked over fire.
- If you want to do something different from following the traditional China Tour Packages, visit the Siheyuan Courtyards shared with Chinese families. You can meet these family clans who still reside there and enjoy some good old banter and have a meal with them for an authentic local experience.
What should I wear in China?- Shorts
- Dry-fit T Shirts
- Fleece-lined pants
- Thermal long sleeves
- Shoes over sandals are preferred
- Light jacket
How many days do you need to visit China?When choosing an itinerary in the China Tour Packages, make sure you spend a minimum of between 5 and 10 days in a single city or between 10 and 15 days if you want to visit a few cities.
What should I not miss in China?Over 20 million visitors come annually to visit this diversifying landscape. In addition to your China Tour Packages, take some time out to visit Chengdu, the southwest part of the city, where tea houses are typical in parks, scenic gardens, monasteries, and anywhere you go. Never miss out on the unearthed artifacts, downtown squares, traditional medicine, and crazy superstition.