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Street view in China - China travel agency
Advice from the China Travel Experts This is a very common question and general anxiety for many people anticipating their upcoming trip to China.  Of course, we want to be able to communicate effectively when we need directions, want to order food, or function at all like a civilized human. “Do Chinese folks know enough...
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photo of Shanghai, China - China visa
Let China Tour Take Care of the Hassle On top of your passport, US citizens will need to obtain a Chinese visa if they want to visit China.  If you show up in China without one, you will probably be detained and possibly deported on top of having to pay some serious fines. Don’t worry,...
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Photo of Fenghuan, China - China Tours
Trusted China Travel Agency Tourism is a considerable part of the Chinese economy, contributing more than 120 billion in 2016 US dollars, which is slightly more than 10% of China’s GDP.  The tourism industry in China is expected to generate 5.5 trillion Yuan by 2020. If you’re ready to explore the scores of astonishing cultural...
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passengers on a plane - China travel
China Tour Makes Your Flight Worthwhile While there are many reasons to explore China and East Asia, one reason some people are uncertain about booking a trip is the thought of having to endure the long flight from the United States.  Even a direct flight from the western US to China will take between 12...
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man with chopsticks - China tours
Get the Most out of Your Tour of China Those choosing to visit China will quickly realize once they’ve landed that the food differs markedly from the Chinese food found in the US.  In general, Americans consume Sichuan- or Hunan-inspired dishes when they eat “Chinese” food, and even these recipes have been tweaked to accommodate...
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Hong Kong Bridge - China Travel
New Bridge a Boon for Tourists Work has finally been completed on the 34-mile long bridge linking Hong Kong and nearby Macau with mainland China.  The bridge, costing roughly $20 billion, took nine years to build, and is now the world’s 6th-longest bridge, and the longest bridge that crosses the sea.  It will also contain...
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China street at night - China travel
Some Tips while Touring China China features exotic landscapes and the opportunity to try food and drink you would be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in the world (that’s right; “Chinese food” found in the US is not exactly the same as what the average Chinese person consumes at home). However, thanks in part to...
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Visit Tibet: Roof of the World Potala Palace features the symbolic architecture of Tibet including many towers, houses, and chapels and is by far the greatest structure in all of Tibet. Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Norbulingka are all designated UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Situated to the side of Red Hill and the Lhasa River,...
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Making Your Beijing Tour Unforgettable In the heart of China, known for centuries as the “Middle Kingdom”, this palace was originally constructed during the early Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644 CE) and is among the best preserved imperial palaces in China. It is also the world’s largest ancient palatial structure. With thousands of rooms for...
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Photo of the Great Wall of China - China travel packages
China’s Enduring Landmark One of China’s most recognizable symbols is the Great Wall.  Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi (259 – 210 BCE) initially conceived of the wall in the third century BCE.  He ordered the wall to be built to help prevent northern nomads from attacking and entering the Chinese homeland.  In fact, the wall is...
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