Honeymoon Destinations in China
China can be your right choice as a place memorable enough for your honeymoon. We can design a journey of togetherness combining the splendid history, breathtaking landscape, rich culture and romance for you to enjoy. We can also let you experience the traditional Chinese wedding ceremony in your tour. Before that, we have listed the following honeymoon destinations for you to get an idea of where to go. Check out Honeymoon Tour Packages, or contact us for a customized tour.
China's capital city, Beijing, is a must-see. Beijing has many places of historic interest and architectural/scenic beauty. As one of the world’s great ancient capitals, it is home to some of the finest remnants of China's imperial past. Standing side-by-side with old Beijing's crimson palace complexes are the city's impressive skylines. You will be amazed at how much you will see and experience in Hutongs - Beijing's tradtional neighborhoods.
Yangshuo is located 80 km south of Guilin City. It iis an internationally acclaimed tourist destination, characterized by crystal clear rivers, limestone crags, lush vegetation, traditional Chinese architecture and customs, which have been immortalized in Chinese classical landscape paintings and poetry. The karst along the famous Li River is given an extra dimension of beauty by the water. In this splendid setting are numerous ethnic villages, where the paddy fields are farmed and local traditional customs are carried on. Biking or Hiking is absolutely a pleasant choice. Meanwhile, idling away in the bars is relaxing.
China's biggest and most prosperous city oozes an atmosphere of vitality and a dynamic which can rival New York in the United States and Paris of France in terms of modernity. Shanghai's gorgeous night scene is one of the main highlights that will linger in visitors' mind owing to its ornate feature after their Shanghai travel experience. As night descends the entire city is lit up by dizzily colorful lights joined occasionally by the bright moon hanging in the sky.
Located near Hangzhou, Wuzhen is one of China’s ancient water towns, where waterways thread their way through the flagstone streets and alleys. The street on the entrance side has souvenir shops and restaurants and the street on the far side has various museums exhibiting beds, clothes, blue flower printed fabric, etc. While Xi Zha is similar in layout to Dong Zha with a main waterway and streets either side, but larger at 1000 meters long, with a good number of side alleys, bridges, ancient docks and secondary waterways, which makes it a fascinating place to stroll around.
5. Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a fusion of many cultures. Remnants of its colonial past and the British culture and values, share space with the Chinese tradition. It's amazing to notice the gray Confucian temples edging against the western style churches. Hong Kong is a shopping paradise which assembles all the world famous brands. Shopping malls, boutiques and street markets are filled with enthusiastic shoppers and visitors, cluster around the island. In addition to its impressive modernity, Hong Kong has many accessible beaches and natural sights for outdoor lovers.
There are interesting historical sites dating back hundreds of years interspersed with high mountains, forests, wild rivers and streams. Some parts of Lijiang are listed as a UNESCO Three Parallel Rivers Protected Reserve Area and are nature preserves, and for the variety of outdoor hiking, scenic areas, the ski area and interesting cultural and historical sites, it is worth visiting.
I updated this article on July 30, 2013
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