What Were the Most Popular China Tour Destinations in 2013
In 2013 the number of inbound tourists reached more than 135 million visits. So what were the most popular tour destinations in China this year? Or more specifically, which of China’s attractions did travelers most often visit?
Here China Highlights lists the most popular travel destination and attractions in China in 2013, according to customers traveling with China Highlights. China Highlights mainly deals with tailor-making tours for customers, which makes the data more representative of what customers actually wanted to see than a company just providing package tours.
If you are hesitating about choosing your destinations while planning your tour to China in 2013, check them out.
Of the 25 attractions above, 9 are in Beijing, 6 in Xi’an, 5 are in Shanghai, and 5 are in Guilin. If you are interested in Chinese history and Chinese antiques, Beijing and Xi’an are your ideal destinations.
If you want to enjoy graceful natural scenery, Guilin must be the most recommended place. Shanghai is more like a place to learn about China in the 1920s and what modern China is today.
The Muslim Street in Xi'an is a fantastic place to taste Xi'an snacks and see the Grand Mosque.
Questions and Answers About What Were the Most Popular China Tour Destinations in 2013
Chengdu & the Nine Villages
Are you planning to visit Chengdu and Nine Villages (Jiuzhaigou Valleys)? May I know your planed travel date and number of people in your group, so that I can work out a tentative itinerary and quotation for your reference? Ruby Zhao replied on 2013-01-21