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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.
The Forbidden City
Songpan's minority people
Lijiang - former capital of the Naxi Kingdom
UNESCO World Heritage-listed Jiuzhaigou National Park
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
  • 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

    China Express

    Jonathan - United Kingdom, 20 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    The Trip was great, Lilly our tour leader was fantastic and introduced us to lots of delicouse local foods. Overall a great experience.

    China Express

    Simon - United Kingdom, 6 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    Our tour guide Jenna made the tour! That is the first thing I would say! The great wall was fabulous, as was Xian and Shanghai. My only suggestion would be an option to get the bullet train between Beijing, Xian and Shanghai as despite the sleeper being 'authentic' we couldn't face the 16 hours on the way back so flew to Shanghai instead. This is partly to do with us being old gits and perhaps past back packing!

    Yangtze, Warriors & Wall

    charlotte - United Kingdom, 28 Mar, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    had a really good tour and michael was brilliant. he made sure that he told us everything and that he took us to sights when it was less crowded which was very good. he gave us a good amount of freetime and took us places that we wanted to go in our free time and in his own. he was very good at communicating and organising the group and explaining everything too us.

  • Where we go in China