Every travel experience in China is influenced in some way by the current travel season. The three peak travel times every year are Chinese New Year (usually between January and February), summer vacation from school for students (between July and August), and the October 1st holiday known as National Week or Golden Week …..

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Xi’an, the ancient capital of China and one of the famous centers of the ancient silk road, boasts with many historical places but also some fun and unique things that the newer generations brought to the city. Don’t miss it!

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New trends in travel affecting China travel industry as well; with every year, we see a healthy growth of inbound tourism not only from the region but from all over the world. Travelers who seek new adventures will visit once and then come back for more – this is a country one cannot get enough of!

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Heard of Huangshan, a.k.a. the Yellow Mountain? This mountaintop offers one of the best views in all of China, with pathways up the mountain for both expert hikers and the more cautious among us as well. We’ve laid out a few things to know before you trek up the mountain.

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Only have a few days in Shanghai?
When you or your friends and family come through Shanghai for a short visit, it’s helpful to know the city’s highlights and some of its unique experiences as well. This guide will be satisfying to you or your guests no matter how many trips to Shanghai have been taken, especially if it’s the first!

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