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Beijing is China's prominent city, hosting more travellers than any other city in China
The Forbidden City -- The Great Wall -- Caishi Island and Swan Lake -- Shanhaiguan -- Hutong Tour -- Temples in Beijing -- Residence of Prince Gong -- Hutongs -- Dongyue Temple -- World Park -- Yuan Ming Yuan -- The Summer Palace -- Temple of Heaven -- Be more... The capital of Zhejiang Province, 117 miles south of Shanghai at the southern end of the Grand Canal West Lake ~ Lingyin Temple ~ Six Harmonies Pagoda ~ Tiger Pawing Spring Park ~ Three Poll Mirroring the Moon more... As the Pearl of the Orient, Hong Kong is a popular tourist attraction besides being an important financial market of the world. Situated in the southeast corner of China and east of Pearl River's (Zhu Jiang) entrance, it connects with Shenzhen city in the north and occupies an area of 1,092 square kilometers (422 square miles). Hong Kong has a tota more... The capital of Yunnan province, Yunming is situated at 6000 feet above sea level. Despite this the climate here here is mild all year round. Kunming is known for it's excellent food and although in the process of modernisation, the backstreets are worth wandering around to see the fascinating wooden buildings. more... Located west of the Pearl River estuary in Guangdong Province, 40 nautical miles west of Hong Kong, Macao's 24 sq km of area comprise the Macao Peninsula, Taipa Island and Coloane Island. Macao has been a part of Chinese territory since ancient times. In 1553, the Portuguese bribed local government officials in Guangdong to gain permission to drop more... Once a small fishing village, Qingdao has become a commercial center and a flourishing resort destination in China. Qingdao is the largest industrial producer in Shandong Province, mainly of diesel locomotives, trading, import & export, textiles, agriculture, machinery, local wine and houses the largest beer brewery in China. more... Shanghai is a special city in every respect. Only 50 years ago, it was still considered one of the most important metropolises of the world, as the trading and banking centre of Asia Two Bridges of Huangpu River -- The Tower of Oriental Pearl -- Inner-ring Line Overpass -- People's Square -- New Bund -- Yuyuan Mart -- Hongqiao E&T Development Zo more... Founded in 514 BC, Suzhou is known as the Venice of the East. It was named by early travellers because the 40 town was built around a network of canals and 300 crisscrossing bridges that fanned out from the Grand Canal Ancient Gardens in Suzhou -- Classical Gardens -- Tongli Town more... Xi'an was called Chang'an in ancient time. Historians acclaim Chang'an together with Athens of Greece, Rome of Italy and Istanbul of Turkey as the four capitals of ancient civilization of the world Terracotta Warriors -- Big Wild Goose Pagoda -- The Ancient Ruins at Banpo -- Tombs of Tang Emperors more... Close to the south bank of the Yellow River, ZHENGZHOU lies almost midway between Luoyang in the west and Kaifeng to the east. The walled town that existed here 3500 years ago was probably an early capital of the Shang dynasty. Excavations have revealed bronze foundries, bone-carving workshops and sacrificial altars, though there is little evidence more... Lhasa City is the political, economic and cultural center and the communications hub as well as the holy land of Zang-origin Buddhism. Renowned for its long history, picturesque scenery, magnificent culture, unique local conditions and customs, numerous places of interests and strong religious flavor, Lasa (meaning holy land or Buddhism land) is on more... Without a doubt, Guangzhou is best known for its eclectic food -- from insect omelettes to dim sum. Famous for its snack-like form (dumplings, pastries and noodle dishes chosen from carts wheeled around the restaurant), dim sum is ubiquitous in Guangzhou. more... Jinan, capital of Shandong Province on China's east coast, is the province's political, economic and cultural center and the jumping off point to visit Tai Shan and the holy Taoist Mountain more... Camel trading outpost on the Great Silk Route. Kashgar Prefecture, 141,600 kilometers in total area, lies between latitude 350 to 408 north and longitude 730 to 797 east in the southern part of Xinjiang. The city of Kashgar, a place of strategic importance in south Xinjiang, has an area of 15 square kilometers with an average elevation of 1289.5 m more... The place where Urumqi stands was a pastureland in ancient times. At the beginning of the Han Dynasty, the wasteland was reclaimed and agriculture was initiated by immigrants. During the Sui Dynasty, trade began to be conducted between the region and the interior of the country, which further brought in the advanced civilization from the Central Pl more... Midway on the rail line between the more appealing destinations of Datong and Xi'an, and the most convenient starting point for a trip to the temples of Wutai Shan, TAIYUAN , an industrial powerhouse and the capital of Shanxi Province, sees more visitors passing through than stopping. However, this may soon change, as government efforts steer the c more... Chongqing, located in the south eastern part of the Sichuan Basin, where the Changjiang and Jialing rivers meet, is the largest industrial and commercial city in south western China Daze ~ The Great Hall of the People ~ The Former residence of General Joseph W. Stelwell ~ Erling Park ~ Chongqing Zoo ~ Ciqikou ~ Yangtze River Cable Car more... Located at the eastern part of China, Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu Province which is developed in economy in China and an important central city on the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River Dr. Sun Yat-Sen's mousoleum ~ Xiaoling Tomb of the Ming Dynasty ~ Linggu Temple more... Wuhan's position on the Yangzi, halfway between Chongqing and the coast, has ensured that Wuhan's fortunes are linked to the "Long River" Yellow Crane Tower -- East Lake area more... The Yangtze River Cruises have a particular focus on the "Three Gorges", we also include exploration of the breathtaking Shennong Stream, and great opportunity to learn about the ancient Chinese culture The best way to discover China - a land that is splendidly foreign and decidedly unforgettable - is by our elaborately designed cruise plans. Yo more... Although a city of 11 million people and the capital of Sichuan province, Chengdu is a green city and a relaxing place to explore on foot. There are myriads of small bustling streets lined with shops and restaurants. more... The scenery of Guilin has been called the finest under heaven. Situated in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Guilin City is South China's shining pearl , with verdant mountains , elegant waters , magnificent crags and fantastic caverns. more... 160 kilometres northwest of Chongqing, include over 60,000 figures scattered in more than 100 places. They are primarily Buddhist cave sculptures noted for unusual domestic detail as well as purely religious themes. more... Great food and a chilled out atmosphere greet the visitor to Leshan in Sichuan province. It's main attraction is the Grand Buddha. 71 metres high and carved into a cliff face 1300 years ago. more... Louyang's history is one of greatness followed by decline. As a capital of 13 dynasties it was the most important location in China, and is dotted with over 1300 buddhist temples in various states of repair. In 1920 the communist government started rebuilding Louyang and the city once again started to prosper. The main highlight of Louyang i more... Apart from being a useful stop off point to visit other destinations, Yichang is also famous as the gateway to the enormous 3 Gorges Dam Project It seems ironic that two of the highlights of Yichang (the chinese sturgeon museum and the Water Conservation project) are dwarfed by a development that will likely prove the other two pitiable in their more... The city was founded by the 4th century BC, with its oldest known name being Kuang-ling. Its first location was east of the present site. In 590 AD, Kuang-ling began to be called Yangzhou, which was the traditional name of the entire southeastern part of China. Beginning in the 7th century, Yangzhou was the chief commerical city of the Yangzi valle more... As one of the six ancient capitals in China, Xi'an served as the seat of 12 imperial capitals for 1,120 years and also a world-famous tourist city, a treasure house of cultural relics
Location: located at 33 north and 107 east, in the southern part of GuanZhong Plain in Shaanxi province with Qinling Mountains to the north and the Weihe River t more... "Yangtze River Cruises" specialize in tours of China including Yangtze cruises to the Three Gorges. We also include exploration of the breathtaking Shennong Stream, and ample opportunity to learn about the ancient Chinese culture. Come with us and start the vacation of your dreams. more... The Geat Wall is a symbol of ancient Chinese civilization and a world-renowned fortification. Stretching 6,350 kilometers on the mountains in Northern China , the Great Wall was first built in the 7th century B.C., and completed during the reign of the first Emperor of Qin. is was extended during the Ming Dynasty. Being one of the 'seven wonders of more...
For a group of 6 adults or more with minimum 10 days china tour, we are giving away all these extras = ‘Acrobatics Show’, ‘Kung Fu Show’, ‘Peking Duck Dinner’, ‘Dumpling & Music Show’ FREE OF CHARGE. To claim this, quote reference FREEEXTRAS.
We enjoyed the culture, scenery, food and services during our China tour arranged by your company. We found that your UK and China staffs are very efficient and friendly. We will certainly recommend your company to anyone we know. Nov2010 Mr. G.L., Glasgow
This is the third year we arranged our school trip to China through Go Travel China. Their friendly and professional services are second to none. All our trips to China was a success and will continue to use go Travel Group again. Thank you. October 2011 Mrs. C.C., London
We had a great time in China and thank you for Go Travel China to make our trip so comfortable. When we mentioned too much Chinese food during our trip, our tour guide arrange some Western food for us with no problem whatsoever. Services are fantastic and we will definitely recommend your company to our friends. June 2011 Mr. J.L, Falkirk
We had a very enjoyable holiday in China, what a wonderful experience, thank you. All the arrangements went smoothly and we will definitely use Go Travel China again. Apr2011 Mr T.O, Northern Ireland
Our Seasonal China Tours
Our seasonal China Tours are suggested tours which take advantage of particular seasonal climates and therefore are only available in selected months. You can add on and mix with other city tours to create your own personalised itinerary.