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China has a land area of about 9, 634,057 square kilometers, with a land coastline of 18,000 kilometers, and has thousands of islands including the South China Sea Islands. It is the third largest country, in term of land area. Its northernmost part is located on the central line of the main course of the Heilong River and north of the Mohe River in Heilongjiang Province; its southernmost tip is Zengmu Reef of the Nansha Islands of the South China Sea. The two sites are 5,500 km apart. Its easternmost part is at the confluence of the Heilong and Wusuli rivers; its westernmost tip is on the Pamirs in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. The span of the east and the west is 5,000 km (about 62 Latitudinal degrees). Taiwai island is the largest island, and Yangtze River is the longest river, and the Yellow River is the second longest river and also the mother river.
Experience in China
6 Days China Ancient Capitals
Discover the beauty and contrast of China’s ancient capitals with a visit to bustling Beijing and lively Xian.
8 Days Golden Ring of China
Experience China’s ancient and modern capitals visiting Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai and see the best they have to offer
11 Days Images of China and Tibet
What better way to experience a remarkable country like China? Start your adventure in Beijing and experience the vision of emperors when you walk through the imposing Forbidden City,
12 Days China Trousers Tour
Commencing in Shanghai – the Pearl of the Orient, you’ll enjoy exploring the old world of this city with its commercial pedigree dating back centuries.
14 days Beijing & Xi’an & Chengdu
Time to find the hidden hall and hidden stories in the Forbidden City and walk on the best-preserved section of the Great Wall. You will meet the Terracotta Army and make a mini warrior…
12 Days China Wonders & Pandas
The very best of China awaits on this incredible 12 day journey visiting some of the country’s most iconic historical and natural wonders.
13 Days Grand China with Pandas
The adventure begins in bustling Beijing. Imposing, stately, and sophisticated, it’s easy to see why Beijing has retained its place as China’s capital.
14 Days Golden Ring of China with Hong Kong
Take a journey through four of China’s fabulous cities visiting Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, and Hong Kong over 10 spectacular days.
Best China Destinations
Beijing, capital of China, is the most popular tourist destination in China every year. In 2020 Beijing should continue to be the best seller, where you can get the maximum experience of Chinese culture and history for one destination.
One of the most popular China destinations among foreign travelers, Xi’an particularly attracts tourists on their first trip to China. The Terracotta Army in Xi’an is considered one of the greatest archaeological sites in the world.
High-speed rail gives you some new comfortable and convenient China tour options. Suzhou & Hangzhou are now only an hour’s travel by bullet train from Shanghai! Enjoy ancient culture, gardens, and water towns from modern Shanghai.
Giant pandas are so cute, and many travelers want to see, or even hug, these lovely animals. Although there are giant pandas in zoos in various places around China, the best place to see and hug pandas is in Chengdu.
Zhangjiajie is famous for its precarious peaks, limpid streams, dense forests, large karst caves, and biodiversity. It is one of the must-see scenic areas in China. It was thrust into foreign travelers’ eyes via the movie Avatar.
The legendary natural scenery is the highlight of Huangshan. It has “the most beautiful mountains in China”. The Yellow Mountains, with their seas of clouds, oddly-shaped rocks and pines, and hot springs at the mountain foot, attract many visitors.
“East to west, Guilin is best.” Guilin’s idyllic scenery draws millions of tourists from near and far every year. Its marvelous limestone scenery is renowned as “the most beautiful on earth”. The Li River is the top highlight of Guilin, and the Longji Terraced Fields attracts many photographers.
Tibet is a sacred place for Buddhists as well as a dream destination for many tourists. It is overflowing with rich Tibetan culture, characteristic Tibetan architectural structures, vast grasslands, herds of cattle and sheep, blue skies, clear water, and fresh air.
China Travel Guide
China travel plans should be easy which is why a China travel guide is the first place to go if you’re planning a China tour. After all, there’s nothing like being prepared. As a China travel agency that designs unique and memorable vacations, we know the best holiday experiences are created when you have the background and information that enriches your experience.
How to Plan a China Trip?
Tibet is a uniquely spiritual place offering fabulous monasteries, breathtaking natural views, stunning high-altitude treks as well as one of the friendliest people. By visiting Tibet, you will not only appreciate a visual feast and but also experience a lifetime cultural encounter. Since Tibet is a huge land, you can’t see all of it in a single trip. There are some planning ideas for your reference and you can make an ideal tour according to your travel time and preference.
How to obtain China Visa?
According to regulations of Tibet Tourism Bureau, all travelers without Chinese passports must travel in Tibet with a travel agency and let the agency provide tour services and arrange essential Tibet travel permits. Tibet Travel Permit (often considered as Tibet Visa) is the most important travel document to be obtained in advance. It is a mandatory travel document for any Tibet tour, and indispensably needed when you take train, flight to Tibet from other cities in China, or get to Tibet from Nepal by overland driving or flight, even when you travel around Tibet.
When is the best time to visit China?
It is available to visit Tibet all-year-round because you can easily find different fun in a different season. The best time for Tibet travel ranges from April to October when you can savor more beautiful places with more comfortable weather. Other months are usually very cold and possibly have heavy snow, especially in regions like Mount Kailash and Namtso Lake, etc. Holy city Lhasa and its popular surroundings – Gyantse, Shigatse, Nyingchi, and Shannan are suitable to visit all the year-round. The golden time for traveling in August and September. If you want to skip the crowds, you can avoid visiting Chinese National Day in early October.
What do I need to provide when applying for a China tourist visa?
When applying for a Chinese tourist visa, applicants must provide the following necessary documentation:
- Original passport with validity of at least 6 months and at least two blank visa pages. A copy of the passport’s data page and the photo page (if it is separate).
- A completed Visa Application Form with genuine and accurate information about the applicant.
- One color Passport-size photo (48mm x 33mm, taken within 6 months, full face, front view against a light background).
- Supporting documents, as required.
- Specific to a China Tourist Visa application is the provision of itinerary documents, including air ticket and hotel reservation, etc. or an invitation letter issued by a relevant entity or individual in China.