3 Tips for You to Travel with Kids in China

travel in China with kids

travel in China with kids

Want to travel to China with your kids? And also want to make your trip comfortable and enjoyable at the same time? Here are some tips for you to travel to China with your kids about how to plan, what to pack and how to do for easy traveling around China with your children.

1) How to plan your itinerary: Do remember that your tour in China should involve more interesting places and avoid changeable places as kids are often too young to enjoy those museums, historical sites or steep mountains which will make your tour tired and make your kids feel bored. Try to plan your tour containing as many as interesting sites such as zoos and amusement parks such as the Disney in Hong Kong, Changlong Amusement Park in Guangzhou or Seven Star Park in Guilin, and Giant Panda Research Base in Chengdu to see the giant panda. Just take into consideration the attention span and interests of your kids when you plan your tour to China.

travel in China with kids

travel in China with kids

2) What to pack for your tour: Though most of the baby supplies such as baby formula, children’ medication, toys and so on can be bought in China, you’d better to take your own supply if you want to make your child comfortable and your tour enjoyable. What you should pack is listed in the follows: Infant formula firstly, diapers cream, first-aid kit which includes children’ fever suspension medicine, children’ antihistamine, children’ rehydration powder or liquid, disinfectant gel and other medication your child uses regularly. Do remember that the medicine you pack can be set in the pharmacy-dispensed bottle so as you can take them conveniently. In addiction, take a plenty of various toys, books, computer games, drawing supplies etc. to make the plane trips of your kids busy and wonderful as it is always a long trip of more than 10 hours from US and UK to China. And take as much as snacks along with you as Chinese food for most of the foreigners are unsavory.

travel in China with kids

travel in China with kids

3) During your tour in China. Do remember that don’t make your kids nervous. Most of the parents can’t stop worrying about everything what will happen to their kids, which makes their kids nervous wrecks and feel worse by the time they reach China. Just take it easy as China is a country of hospitality, and the Chinese people are friendly to foreigners and even show love to fair-haired kids. There is no need to make you and your kids so nervous and just make sure they know how to speak to strangers. Besides, if your kids cannot get used to the Chinese food, you can take them to fast food places like McDonalds and KFC, which can be easily find in big cities in China.

How to Make Your First Trip to China Enjoyable and Comfortable?

Maybe you have gone to China for one time or even several times, or maybe you have never been to China yet, no matter which type you are divided into, here I’d like to share some travel tips with you to make your trip to China much more enjoyable and wonderful next time or for your first time.

First of all, lock you destination for your China trip and avoid somewhere inconvenient and adventurous unless you are an adventurer. For those who have never been China before or just been China just one time, it’s best for you to decide your tour destinations so as to make your trip smoothly and familiar. You can make the famous and highlights destinations such as Beijing, Xi’an, Guilin, Shanghai , Hong Kong or somewhere your know about or at less your have hear about from your friends or those who have been China before. In that case, you won’t feel strange when you traveling there. Besides, those famous cities also have so many highlight attractions for you to enjoy experience and explore their beauty and fantasy. Moreover, most local citizens in these cities can speak English well, which will make your conversation and communications with them not so much difficult when necessary.

Next, do best preparation before starting your trip. You’d better to learn something basic about your destinations such as when is the best time to visit, what is the local delicious food of that destination, what should you pack for your trip and so on. Take Guilin as an example, the best time to visit is April when you will meet some drizzling days which make your Li River much more picturesque and poetic; and Guilin noodles will be a must-taste local food in Guilin; and you’d better take an umbrella and wear warm as it is still somehow cold in Guilin at that time. Learn more about the travel trips of your destinations as possible as you can.

Finally, take it easy when starting your tour.  As there are so much wonders and beauty for you to enjoy and experience in a new country, you will be exhausted with what you are going to see, listen and face such as new sights and sounds, new customs, ways of doing things, a new language, different food, and a different time zone and climate. Therefore, just make time available during your trip so that you can do something what you like to do or just relax yourself after your tour time. Do remember not to take the adventurous trip for you first time to China or anywhere else, just explore only the absolute best of easily-accessible China, only in that way your first trip to China will be much easier and more enjoyable.

Best Places for Your Tour to China in April

April, as an excellent month of the spring time characterized by colorful flowers blossom, green trees, fresh air and warm weather, is ideal time to go out for a travelling.  Thought it still drizzles in some places, the cow-hair-like rains make it a picturesque scene in some southern cities in China, which cannot be met in anywhere else. Here are the best places for you to visit in China in your April time, just prepare for your tour there now!

Xiling Gorge

Xiling Gorge

The Three Gorges will be the No.1 place for your April tour in China as it is neither cold nor hot at that time, which make it a best time to take a relaxing Yangtze Cruise to enjoy the mighty Yangtze River between Chongqing and Yichang. During the cruise, you will appreciate the captivating and astonishing scenery of the Qutang Gorge, Wu Gorge, Xiling Gorge and also the biggest dam in the world—the Three Gorges Dam. All of the attractive scene will make your Yangtze Cruise along the Three Gorges memorable and worthwhile.

West Lake in Hangzhou

West Lake in Hangzhou

Hangzhou, where you can appreciate the panoramic view of classic China and the graceful scenery, ranks No.2 for your choice of April tour in China. Travelling there, you will see the beautiful landscape of Hangzhou decorated with spring greenery, jade-green plants, verdant weeping willow, fresh air, elegant and pink blossoms and leisurely atmosphere, which make you feel like walking on a painting, especially the charm adding by the West Lake, make Hangzhou place of poetic living.  Don’t forget to visit the ancient water towns such as the Xitang Town and Wuzhen Town to experience what the ancient China used to be and take beautiful photos there.

Terracota Warriors

Terracota Warriors

Next will come the Xi’an, which is the most influential city in Chinese history allowing you to experience and enjoy the historical culture of the ancient China. Thanks to the ideal weather in April, you can see the best scenery of Xi’an by visiting the majestic Terracotta Warriors, climbing the steep Hua Mountain, taking an Ancient City Wall ride and viewing other Tang Dynasty historical sites.

the Garden of the Master of Nets

the Garden of the Master of Nets in Suzhou

Suzhou, of course is another ideal destination for your tour to China in April, where you can appreciate the unique beauty of the traditional Chinese gardens in the temperate weather and warm temperature. The essence of the traditional Chinese gardens in Suzhou including Humble Administrator’s Garden, the Garden of the Master of Nets, Lingering Garden, the Garden of Harmony, and Lion Grove decorated with the verdant and colorfully beautiful blossoms will be great choice for your Suzhou tour. Don’t miss the ancient water towns which will leave you the charming scenery with the poetic scene.

5 Best Destinations for Your Trip to China in 2013

The year of 2013 will be a year full of surprise, wonders and miracles. As it is just the beginning of the branded new year, have you done any plans for your travel this year? Here are some advices for your tour to China in 2013—Yes, the 5 best destinations travelling to China including Beijing, Tibet, Chengdu, Guilin and Suzhou!

Tinanmen Square in Beijing

Tinanmen Square in Beijing

Beijing, of course a must-visit city in China because of the famous Great Wall there, it is the capital of China and the most historical city in China. Just plan a 4-day tour to visit there, where you can appreciate the magnificence of the Great Wall, view the grand Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, experience the Beijing life of ancient times by taking a Hutong ride, and taste the delicious Peking Roasted Duck and more.

Longji Rice Terraces in Guilin

Longji Rice Terraces in Guilin

Guilin, famous for the Li River, is undoubtedly a masterpiece of Karst Landforms. You will feel it beautiful scene on the Li River with the green water and around the picturesque mountains in the drizzling weather in spring. How wonderful and amazing! Travelling in Guilin, you can experience the countryside life in Yangshuo by taking a bicycle ride; moreover, you can also view the captivating Longji Rice Terraces, which will make your trip memorable!

Potala Palace in Tibet

Potala Palace in Tibet

Tibet, a mysterious place where numerous people yearning for visiting, is also a great choice for you to travel in China. Travelling there, you can not only experience the Tibetan Culture but also appreciate the charming scenery of the highlands which will shock you. Don’t forget to visit the PotalaPalace there.

Humble Administrator's Garden in Suzhou

Humble Administrator’s Garden in Suzhou

Suzhou, known as “the Oriental Venice”, is famous for its Chinese gardens with graceful watery landscapes. Being the essence of China’s gardens and water towns, you can view the famous and beautiful Humble Administrator’s Garden, Lion Grove, LingeringGarden, and Garden of the Master of the Nets. Just take a 3-day tour to Suzhou to see the charming attraction, experience the profound culture, taste the delicious food and get the Su embroidery there.

the Giant Pandas in Chengdu

the Giant Pandas in Chengdu

Chengdu with the opening bullet connecting Chengdu and Xi’an in 2013, is a one of the best destination for your tour to China this year. You can visit the Great Wall of Beijing, the Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an and the Giant Pandas in Chengdu in a budget tour once you reach China. The Fairy Land of Jiuzhaigou with 8-hour drive from Chengdu, is also alluring and fascinating attraction worthy a visit during your trip in Chengdu.

Tips: Do remember avoid the major holidays in China when the transport and tourist area are crowed with people, what you can see is a sea of people from here to there. Keep in mind some holidays’ time listed as follows: Spring festival (from February 10th and lasting 2 weeks); Labor Day week (May 1– May 7) and National Day week (October 1– October 7).

Ideal Places for Your Spring Photography in China

Are you a photographer? Do you like photography? Have you taken photo every time when you went travelling to keep memory of your wonderful and enjoyable trip everywhere? If the answer is “yes”, then I’m sure you are planning to have a travel to somewhere beautiful in the upcoming spring so as to take photo for those charming and alluring scenery. Here are some great ideas for your spring photography in China, just take them into consideration and you will find them perfect for your photography!

Peony in Luoyang

Peony in Luoyang

Peony in Luoyang, large and gorgeous, is showing its variety for travelers in April—yellow, white, pink, red, green, black, blue, and purple, it will be unspeakable to tell how beautiful it is when a vast area of the peony blooming in front of you. Just have a travel to Luoyang Peony Garden for the captivating scenery there!

Peach Flowers in Nyingchi

Peach Flowers in Nyingchi

Peach Flowers in Nyingchi of Tibet, also called Taohua Valley, is surrounded on three sides by mountains and capped with white snow. Decorated by a blue sky, green water and white cloud, the fascinating scenery also will make your photography there amazing!

Tulips in Shixianghu Scenic Spot in Chengdu

Tulips in Shixianghu Scenic Spot in Chengdu

Tulips in Shixianghu Scenic Spot in Chengdu City, is the best place to appreciate the captivating tulips in March, you will view a vast area of the various tulips—yellow, red, white, pink or purple—blooming everywhere in hills, forests, grassland or hills. Just prepare best camera to take photos there!

Pink Apricot Blossoms in Yili of Xinjiang

Pink Apricot Blossoms in Yili of Xinjiang

Pink Apricot Blossoms in Yili, Xinjiang also shows its unique charm and beauty to all travelers in March, which makes the Yili Valley a beautiful and romantic place. The Xinhua Valley there is decorated by beautiful pink apricot blossoms and pale green grass, together with the farm houses and herdsmen standing by, you will surely love this harmonious and peaceful place!

Yuanyang Terraced Fields in Yunnan

Yuanyang Terraced Fields in Yunnan

Yuanyang Terraced Fields in Yunnan or Longji Terraced Fields in Guilin, where you appreciate and enjoy the immense fields with various colors in Yuanyang Terraced Fields and view the astonishing scenery Longji Terraced Fields with its irrigation of the entire field and its breath-taking sunrise for the reflections of the fields against more gentle terrain slopes in springtime, which will leave you magnificent photographs.

Longji Terraced Fields in Guilin

Longji Terraced Fields in Guilin

Top Five Popular Places for Your Trip to China in March

Have you done any plan for your spring time? Have you gone to China before? Would you like to make your trip this year wonderful and memorable? Yep, just have a travel to China in the upcoming March when it is spring in China whose weather is warming up. Here are the 5 popular places recommended for you to have a visit then—Zhouzhuang Ancient Water Town, Wuyuan Village, Dali, Hainan Island and Guilin.

Zhouzhuang

Zhouzhuang

Zhouzhuang Ancient Water Town, with its average temperature about 11 °C (52 °F) at March, is located near Suzhou in regions south of the Yangtze River. Characterized by the picturesque and captivating landscapes of dreamily graceful scenes in the morning and at nightfall, it is the reprehensive attraction of the Yangtze River in the down reach and the top one ancient water town incisively and vividly showing you what the ancient China is. When travel there, you can also have a chance to view the charming scenery of the Suzhou, where it is famous for its traditional gardens. Do remember to take an umbrella with you as it drizzles at times in south of China.

Wuyuan

Wuyuan

Wuyuan, being known as “the most beautiful villages in China”, is something cold at the beginning of the March but warms up from the middle March with its highest temperature more than 20 °C (68 °F). Regardless of the cool weather, you will enjoy the culture of the ancient ancestral, mansions, dwellings and bridges featuring the Ming and Qing style architectures. Moreover, the pink peach flowers, white pear flowers, and vast lemon rape flowers blooming in the March, together with the green mountain around and the rivers in front, Wuyuan will show you an elegant idyllic picture of China, whose beauty is far from you can imagine.

Dali

Dali

Dali, with is temperature ranging from 7 °C (45 °F) to 22 °C (72 °F) with rare rain in March, is located in Yunnan Province and popular with its elegant landscapes and minority customs at that time. Featuring both historical sites and natural scenery, you will not only learn about the culture and history of the Ancient City of Dali, Taihe City Nanzhao, and Three Pagodas, but also enjoy the fascinating and alluring Erhai Lake and Cangshan Mountain at March.

Hainan Island

Hainan Island

Hainan Island, with its temperature ranging from 18°C (64 °F) to 32 °C (90 °F) in March, is located in the southernmost of China, where it is the warmest place in winter of China. You can enjoy yourself in the sea, on the beach or under the sun, and Yalong Bay, Dongzhaigang Mangrove Forest and Tianya Haijiao Scenic Zone will make your trip here in March unspeakable and unforgettable.

Guilin

Guilin

Guilin, a city with rainy days and heavy humility too often in March, may not be an ideal choice to travel, but you can enjoy its unique beauty whenever and wherever can’t be meet—Yes, the drizzling Li River enshrouded by mist, it’s just like a living traditional Chinese painting, beautiful and elegant! Taking a Li River cruise to Yangshuo, experiencing the bamboo raft on Yulong River and enjoying the cycling in the countryside, you will find it peaceful and relaxing from the anxious life in big cities!

Tips to Pack for Your Trip to China

Travel to China

Travel to China

It is known to all that wherever you go, a long trip outside or just for a while outdoor, the more things you take, the tired you will feel. Therefore, here I’d like to advise travelers to pack as slightly as possible so as to make your trip relaxing, easy and comfortable you can buy most of your travel necessities at your destinations in China.

First of all, what you should take is the passport with all necessary visas and travel documents. It will be better for you to keep a copy of all documents separately to the original documents in case of something unfortunate happen such as the original documents are lost. Moreover, those copies of the documents are very useful for identification purposes during your trip in China.

Next, take the casual outdoor clothing, umbrella, raincoat, anti-sunshine product or anti-coldness products such as hat, sunscreen, lip creams and sunglasses according to your travel time and destination. As many attractions are quite exposed to the weather – sun, wind, rain etc; for example the Forbidden City has many large open spaces, and many of the Temples have large courtyards between their halls and pagodas. But a pair of good walking shoes is necessary as most tours involve plenty of walking.

Pack for China Tour

Pack for China Tour

Then, itinerary with confirmation numbers and addresses and phone numbers of the places you’ll be staying. Address and telephone number list as a list of e-mail addresses, mailing addresses and telephone numbers will be a great help for you to be kept in touch. Type them onto a sheet instead of taking your whole address book to save weight.

Other things to take: Wallet, Credit cards, Traveler’s checks, Airline, Cruise or Train ticket, First-aid kit, Medicine and vitamins. In addiction, chargers for your mobile phone, digital camera etc. An electrical transformer could be useful. China uses 220V electricity for 110v devices cannot be used on this system.

travel to China

travel to China

Special things to take: 1) Insect repellent for summer months and for travelers who are visiting rural areas. 2) Your own silk sleeping bag liner and lightweight travel towel along with a reasonable supply of tissues, torch, personal toiletries if you are taking a more adventurous and challengeable trip.

What shouldn’t be took: expensive jewelry and watches, daily necessities such as bathroom requirements.

Take as slight as you can for your trip to China as the ‘Carry On’ luggage for air travel in China is limited to 2 pieces for first class travelers and one piece for business and economy class travelers with the dimensions of each shall not exceed 20X40 X55cm and the total weight of the above two pieces shall not exceed 5 kg. So, just make choice about what you are going to pack.

Top 10 Attractions to Visit in China

With over 5000 years history and more than 9, 600,000 square kilometers, China is an amazing country offering variously mysterious scenery for travelers to experience and explore, including natural scenery and historical sites.  But what are the most famous attractions in China, and where will be worthy of your visit? Yep, followings are the top 10 attractions in China which you must visit them during your trip to China!

the Great Wall

the Great Wall

1. The Great Wall.  Being an awe-inspiring feat of ancient defensive architecture, it is one of the greatest sights and the longest wall in the world. It is listed as “the New Seven Wonders of the World” and the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in China.

Yangtze River

Yangtze River

2. The Yangtze River. As the third longest river in the World but the longest river within a single country, the Yangtze River features the widest variety of outstanding tourist attractions, scenery and culture from its regional resource to its mouth.

Xian_guerreros_terracota_warriors

Xian_guerreros_terracota_warriors

3. Terracotta Warriors. Laid underground for more than 2000 years, it was honored as a World Cultural Heritage Site in December 1987, you’ll learn about the ancient history of China here.

the Bund of Shanghai

the Bund of Shanghai

4. The Bund. It is one of the most recognizable architectural symbols of Shanghai. You can see towering skyscrapers such as the Oriental Pearl Tower line the river, you can also see the speedier tourist ferry and other locally owned boats navigate there.

Li River

Li River

5. Li River. Decorated with startling hills, steep cliffs, fantastic caves, farming villages  and bamboo groves, Li River in Guilin is one of the most popular and picturesque scenic spots in China and it was listed as one of the World’s Top Ten Watery Wonders by America’s National Geographic Magazine.

night-view-of-central-victoria-harbor

night-view-of-central-victoria-harbor

6. Victoria Harbor. With a backdrop of Victoria Peak, Victoria Harbor is among the world’s most beautiful skylines. You can see the charming and astonishing views of the city in the observation decks of the tallest buildings and from Victoria Peak.

yellow-mountain

yellow-mountain

7. The Yellow Mountains. It is a World Heritage Site endowing with 5 unique wonders: pines, oddly-shaped rocks, the sea of clouds, hot springs and winter snowscapes.

West-Lake

West-Lake

8. West Lake. It is a silhouette on the northeast horizon and mountains near and far surround it on the other three sides. The occasional pagoda and Chinese-style arched bridge add atmosphere to the tree-lined walkways, verdant islands and hills.

The Potala Palace

The Potala Palace

9. The Potala Palace. It is a huge treasure house for the precious sculptures, scriptures, Buddha statues, murals, antiques, and religious jewelry and reflecting the Tibetan history, religion, culture and art, and it is also an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site.

Yungang Grottoes

Yungang Grottoes

10. Yungang Grottoes. It is a World Heritage Site representing the excellent achievement of Buddhist sculptural art of ancient China and the development of the architecture, music and religion at that time.

Here are the top 10 highlights in China, just visit them one after another, you’ll find the beauty of the scenery and the profound history of China at the same time!

Ideal Tourist Destinations for Your First Time to China

With so many spectacular natural landscapes and cultural landscapes and also historical sites, China has been more and more popular for its tourism, and more and more foreigners are willing and eger to have a travel to China to experience and enjoy the beauty of the wonders there. However, for one who has never been China before, what are the ideal destination for them to make the trip much more enjoyable and wonderful? Yeah, Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an and Guilin will be their good choice for a trip to China. Just read the followings to get more information in detail!

Badaling Great Wall

Badaling Great Wall

Beijing, as the capital of China, features numerous world-class attractions such as the Great Wall—one of the eight wonders of the world; the Forbidden City—the grand imperial palace; the Temple of Heaven, which has massive place of heaven worship; Summer Palace—one of the most famous of China’s four gardens. Besides, Hutong tour is also a great way for you to experience the ancient old Beijing life.

Zhujiajiao Water Town in Shanghai

Zhujiajiao Water Town in Shanghai

Shanghai, the modernist city of China, has many historical sites such as Jing’an Temple, Jade Buddha Temple, and Yuyuan Garden; besides, you can also see a lot of modern architectures : Jinamo Tower, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and Shanghai World Finicial Center; moreover, Zhujiajiao Water Town is a amazing way for you to experience the unique beauty of the elegant water towns. As Shanghai is near Hangzhou with the distance of bullet train only 41 minutes, you can have a tour to Hangzhou to visit the renowned West Lake during your Shanghai tour day.

Terracotta Army

Terracotta Army

Xi’an, being the birthplace of Chinese culture, is catheterized by a plenty of ancient architectures and historical sites. You can see the Terracotta Army, the Ancient City Wall, and Mount Hua, which is the most challenging mountain in China.

Li River

Li River

Guilin is also a best destination for your first trip to China as the Li River Scenic Area, one of the world’s most beautiful national parks, offers graceful watery wonders with karsts, limestone cones, cylinders and hills. And you can enjoy the magnificent rice terraces and experience the customs of the Zhuang and Miao minorities in Guilin’s Longji Rice Terraces.

Just focus your travel destination on Bejing, Shanghai, Xi’an and Guilin at your first time to China to make your trip much more comfortable, enjoyable and memorable. 11 day China trip containing these four cities are optimal, which conclude Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, The Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven,the Great Wall, the Terracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda ,Shaanxi Museum, Xi’an’s city wall, Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces, Li River, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Yuyuan Garden and the Bund . Best time to visit these place is summer, so, just start to plan it so as to make your summer this time much wonderful!

Annual Weather and Its Ideal Travel Destination in China

Skiing at Harbin

Skiing at Harbin

Covering a vast area from the east to west with 62 longitudes and about 53 latitude, China is catheterized by different climate and weather that varies from region to region and province to province. When it is warm in southern part of China, it may be cold in its north; it is dry or windy in the west such as Xinjiang province, it is probably rainy day with rainstorm in the eastern China, especially the coastal cities such as Guangzhou or Qingdao; It may be cold in winter in most of China but it is still warm in Taiwan island and Hainan province. And Kunming, with its favorable weather all the year round, make it a best place to have a travel all the time for travelers from home or broad. Here are some tips for your trips to China based on its weather and the best times to travel.

kunming

kunming

peach in Guilin

peach in Guilin

January: North China , especially Harbin and Jilin as you can appreciate the wonder of rime in Jilin and ski in Harbin and appreciate ice sculpture at almost everywhere there during the Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival which is held from January 5 to February 5 every year.

February: Hainan Island. It is still cold in most of China in February. However, Hainan is a good place where you will be embraced with its warm sunshine, coconut graves, and a leisurely bay.

March: Regions south of the Yangtze River such as Shanghai, Yangzhou, Suzhou, and Hangzhou where spring flowers appear and it drizzles at times, which make it more graceful and more worthy of a visit.

Hainan Island

Hainan Island

April: Guilin, Xi’an, and the Yellow Mountains, where you can appreciate blossoms. Guilin is strongly recommended here as you can appreciate the peach blossoms and enjoy the unique karst landforms which are decorated with verdancy along the Li River.

May: Shangri-La, Lijiang, and Kunming where you can retrace the ancient life, enjoy clean blue skies, visit mysterious Tibetan monasteries, and appreciate prosperous azaleas and massive snow-capped mountains.

Zhangjiajie Tianmen Mountain

Zhangjiajie Tianmen Mountain

June: Zhangjiajie. You can view the peculiar hills in the Wulingyuan Scenic Area, and the challenged toughened glass cliff path of Tianmen Mountain.

July: Costal cities such as Dalian, Qingdao, Weihai, Yantai are nice choices for a cool tour as it is China’s hot summer then.

August: Tibet to visit the magnificent Potala Palace, horse around on the vast grassland, and pay a visit a local family for a adventurous experience.

September: Xinjiang and Beijing. It is cool at that time and melons and fruits in Xinjiang are ready to taste.

Potala Palace

Potala Palace

October: Jiuzhaigou, decorated with colorful trees, including golden, red, blackish green, and yellow, which are reflected on light blue pools and make it a fairyland.

November: Guizhou to visit the Miao villages which are near hills and by rivers, and experience the colorful Miao customs to help you better understand the Miao minority, and you can enjoy the Lusheng Festival for Miao customs this month.

grape in Xinjang

grape in Xinjiang

December: Hong Kong for shopping to save you a lot of money as it is a peak discount season, which will make your tour much enjoyable!

Choose your ideal travel destination in China to relax and enjoy yourself at your leisure time, and you will impressed by the astonishing scenery here, and you will have a memorable trip!