What is special about Holiday in China?
China, the largest country in the world (as per population) , the fourth largest in the world (as per size) and one of the top manufacturing countries in the world boosts of many more accolades. When it comes to tourism, China is known as a country of ancient culture, home to one of the wonders of the world to the highest mountains and extreme adventure a...
What is special about Holiday in China?
China, the largest country in the world (as per population) , the fourth largest in the world (as per size) and one of the top manufacturing countries in the world boosts of many more accolades. When it comes to tourism, China is known as a country of ancient culture, home to one of the wonders of the world to the highest mountains and extreme adventure activities to stunning scenery, amazing food and museums and modern architecture. With such diversity and size to offer, will make for a perfect special holiday in China.
What is the best Time to Visit China?
The best time to visit China is during the months of May – Aug when the country has moderate temperatures and downpour of crowds but if you wish to skip the crowds, then you may also plan to visit during the months of mid Feb to Apr or Sep-Oct. The months of Nov – mid Feb see extreme cold weather conditions in most parts of the country though the Chinese New year is also a good time to visit the country.
What is the Ideal Duration for China Trip?
Depending on your budget, availability of time in hand and activities to do list; duration for China trip can range from 7 days to 5 weeks.
How much does it cost to Holiday in China?
Again depending on time of visit, activities to do, places to be visited; holiday in China costs start from Rs.2000 per day for accommodation, food, local transport and some free sigh seeing options and can go to anywhere in the range of Rs.10000 and above for per day. Additional costs to this will be flights, shopping and any other personal expenses.
What are the Top Attractions in China?
China has a long list of must visit attractions. Being a big country, top attractions in China can be divided region wise. In the north, will be the Great Wall of China, the forbidden city both accessed from Beijing, in the south will be the commercial centre of China, Hong Kong and Macau. The other attractions will include the yellow mountains, Li River in Guilin, China’s “national treasure” the Giant Pandas and the hanging mountains of China to name just a few of the top attractions in China for your Holiday Trip in China.
What are the top items in China Cuisine?
Chinese food just like the country is diverse, different and specific region to region and also influenced by the geographic features and the local availability of ingredients. Color, taste and smell are the bases for creating a balanced dish. Rice in the South and Noodles in the North are the staple food of the Chinese population. Apart from this, Soybean products like Tofu, vegetables and fruits are an important part of the Chinese cuisine. Milk and other dairy products are not very popular in China but a variety of teas, soups, herbal drinks and the baijiu (white liquor) are very popular beverages. Chinese cuisine also has a lot of seafood especially in the port regions, and extreme dishes like snake soup, dog meat and bear claws.
What is the best way to get around in China?
The best way to get around in China is to either use the high speed rail network, airways or the buses. Hiring of bicycles or taxis is not very foreigner friendly as most payments need to be done virtually via apps which require a Chinese bank account.
What is the best way to reach China?
China is well connected via flights to all major countries in the world. For some parts of South China, cruises are also available.
Is China safe for women and Kids ?
China is by far considered one of the safe places for solo woman travellers or families with kids. Despite the fact, remaining alert and aware of your surroundings at all times is imperative to stay safe.
How to get a visa to China ?
Visas are needed for all visits to China except Hong Kong, Macau and the visa-free regions. Visa-free transits of 144 hours and under are available for visitors of 53 nations, for other nations getting a visa before travelling is required. To apply for Chinese visa for your upcoming holiday trip to China, the visitor must submit a filled visa application form along with supporting documents at the Visa Application Service Centre.
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