Even if you are an experienced traveler, it can still be daunting to plan your first trip to China. Planning your first trip to China could use some help.
The first thing to consider is the places where you want to go. The favorite spots include Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai. If you have time, you can also visit Guilin and Chengdu. Choose places that will interest you much. Research on these areas and consider where you really want to go. Also consider the activities that you can do in those places.
In Beijing you will see both historical and modern places. You must see Beijing since it is home to China’s Great Wall and the Forbidden City.
If you have a knack for history then Xi’an is another great destination. The nation of China had its roots here. This is the place where the first emperor of China ruled. In this place you will see sights like the grand Terracotta Army, the Wild Big Goose Pagoda, and the Great Mosque.
The largest and showiest city of China in Shanghai. This the modern city has a great skyline with towering buildings. Hangzhou, Suzhou or Huangshan are water towns that you can tour.
Guilin has picturesque scenery and has a minority culture in China. You can see many beautiful landscapes and you can escape from the city to relax here. One of the things you can do here is to cruise the Li River to Yangshuo. If you are interested in the minority culture you can spend some days at the Longji Rice Terraces. You will also experience their tiered fields and get to experience the minority tribes of Zhuang and Yao.
If you want to see giant pandas, then you should visit Chengdu. In Chengdu you also get to taste great cuisine like the Spicy Sichuan hotpot.
The number of days you will stay in China should be decided on next. A week in China would be ideal if you don’t just want to scratch the surface of China.
It is important to be aware of the gateway cities and China’s visa policy. For international flights, you can go to gateway cities like Beijing and Shanghai. You can also enter China via Hong Kong.
One of your considerations should be the best time to travel to China. You can visit China’s cultural and historical attractions all year round. The things to do in these regions are not affected by the seasons. The most comfortable and highly recommended times for a China tour are during spring and autumn or from April to October.
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