There are many ways to cut China tour costs. Read these six points for how to plan a cheaper trip to China.
How to avoid the crowds when traveling in China, and make the most of your holiday — 8 top tipsAddie
Find out how earthquakes in China may affect tourism and you, the traveler: history, predictions, and what to do to prepare for and react to a quake.Cheyanne
Here are the things you should consider before traveling China alone — self-planned and self-guided: transport, the sights, hotels, food, and other options.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Here we give you valuable insights into why you should take a private tour in China instead of a standardized group tour. Private vs Group Tour Summary Table.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Marco Polo was the most famous Western traveler of China in ancient times. Discover China in Polo's day, including places like Beijing, Xi'an, and Hangzhou.David
How to Ship Excess Baggage Home from China: what to except and how to make sure you are choosing the right service.Cheyanne
Seasoned travelers will advise you to just pack the essentials. Travelling light can allow you to better enjoy your adventures in China. Find out how...Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Your choice of China’s four main gateway cites — Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, and Guangzhou — will affect your itinerary.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Articles on China Tour Planning helps you plan a great trip to China in easy ways!Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Birdwatching in China is becoming more popular — a golden opportunity to connect the pleasurable with the beneficial...Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Lynne Buddin, experienced China traveler and carer, gives her frank assessment of disabled persons' travel prospects in China...Lynne Buddin
Apps are revolutionizing the way we travel, and nowhere is this more true than China. Download these apps to travel easier...Margaux
Getting the best from your guide... or, how to use them, not abuse them.Lynne Buddin
You can enjoy 72-hour visa-free travel in cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou, while other cities have special visa policies.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Boldly go where no foreigner has gone before in China... with this advice in mind.Pete Marchetto
In China we encourage ethical travel with sensitivity to the local culture and people. Here are our tips for doing so.Connie
You'll benefit from reading through this quick list of twelve vacation spoilers to avoid while traveling in China.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
All you need to know for visiting a Chinese temple, including when to go, ticketing, clothing, behavior, taking photos, and special customs.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
This article introduces seven documentaries and documentary series that are great preparation for a trip to China.Margaux
Recommended ten books for travelers to China in order to understand Chinese culture, history of China, China's social life and environment.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
These movie suggestions, including Hero and Seven Years in Tibet, will help you prepare for going to China.Margaux
This guide to Chinese laws lets visitors know what affects them and how, and how to stay out of trouble in China.Pete Marchetto
Money talks, and in Hong Kong it speaks a different language to the rest of China — discover where’s pricey, middling, and cheap.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
The following dates should be avoided when planning a China tour: National Day Holiday, May Day, and Chinese New Year...
Here are 5 great reasons to visit China and observe this astounding growth period for yourself, before it's too late.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
The top seven family-friendly activities in China include visiting snack streets, rickshaw riding, and climbing the Great Wall.
Here’s our experience on making the most of your first trip to China, when most travelers focus on China’s cultural attractions.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Visiting China is always full of new experiences, and here are some tips for getting the most out of your China experience.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
China’s best places for a second trip include Guilin, Chengdu, Lhasa, the Yellow Mountains, the Three Gorges, Yunnan, and Pingyao.
China is a very different country, and our top 5 first-trip tips include how to break the language barrier and bargain in Chinese.Gavin Van Hinsbergh
Squat toilets aren't terribly difficult once you know how to use them. Prepare yourself and stand with feet either side…Gavin Van Hinsbergh
There are some faux pas for visitors to China, including offensive gifts and certain inauspicious table manners.Gavin Van Hinsbergh