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The Bai traditional minority tribe of Dali
Suzhou's backstreets by bike
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Giant Buddha at Leshan
Hangzhou's world-famous tea
The Buddhist grottoes and Hanging Monastery of Datong
Yellow Mountain
Turtle-shaped Pingyao
The Golden Summit of Mount Emei
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Buddhist murals of Mogao Caves
The 'Blue City' of Hohhot
The ethnic Uyghur town of Turpan
Tianchi - Lake of Heaven
Chengdu's Giant Pandas and Sichuan cuisine
Qufu
Kashgar - the Silk Road capital of the Uyghurs
Float among foliage on the Yangshuo River
Kunming's flower and bird market
A Hard Day's Night
Yangshuo's limestone karsts
Find your favourite Chinglish menu item
The history of Nanjing
Say hi to China's most famous goths
Yangtze River and Tiger Leaping Gorge
Chopstick etiquette. It exists. Learn it.
Terracotta Warriors of Xian
Shaolin - the birthplace of Kung Fu
Go off with a bang in China
Shanghai
Lanzhou's White Cloud Temple
You can't see the Great Wall of CHina from space. It's a myth. But you will see it with us.
  • Trips & tours in China

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  • Five facty-things about China & Japan

    • Vending everything:
      There are six million vending machines in Tokyo.
    • Suffer for beauty:
      Around one billion women had their feet bound in China between the late 10th century and the mid-20th century – it was a mark of beauty apparently.
    • Literal:
      The ‘Gobi’ in Gobi Desert means ‘very large and dry’.
    • Face painting party:
      China holds the Guinness World Record for most people painting each other’s faces simultaneously in one location (13,413 people).
    • Overdoing it:
      There are more than 56,000 characters in the Chinese language.
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    Made in China

    Bronwyn - Australia, 14 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    A fantastic trip giving an overview of Chinese life. Visited places of great beauty at an affordable price. The group got on really well even though we were all very different.

    Super Massive Giant China

    Michelle - Australia, 14 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    I really enjoyed my trip in China. I did think the first 3 weeks were a bit rushed. I think the GCCO tour should have been 30 days (not 25) - as we hardly ever got any time to relax and go off and do our own thing. They need extra "relax" days in Yangshou, Chengdu, Xian (Xian was way way too rushed) and Beijing.

    Super Massive Giant China

    peter - Australia, 14 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    great to have travelled on the road less travelled, got to see china, not the places all the tourists go to,food was great, realised many chinese had never seen people like us, still many areas of old and the new stuff was ok too, bullet train was awesome.

  • Where we go in China