FAQ on Sights
For your first visit, we recommend Beijing, Xi'an, shanghai, Guilin, Tibet, all of which are must-see places. Besides, some relatively less visited places and routes are also worth seeing. These include: Zhouzhuang Water Village in Suzhou, Hangzhou city, Ancient Town Lijiang in Yunnan, Pingyao Ancient Town in Shanxi, Yangtze River Cruise, and Silk Road Explore.
This is one of the most beautiful and spectacular parts of China, however Jiuzhaigou is usually very crowded especially in peak seasons. The huge demands also affect the service quality the hotels provide. We recommend visiting the area out of the peak season to make the most of your time. Guide: Most of the guides in Jiuzhaigou are trained to take domestic travelers and there are very few good English-speaking foreign guides. We do our utmost to arrange an experienced English speaking guide for your tour. Here is the video link of Jiuzhaigou: https://www.chinahighlights.com/video/jiuzhaigou-and-huanglong.htm
China is a country steeped in complex and distinctive culture. Some of the visitors here, however, lament the presence of the booming skyscrapers and eight-lane high way in big cities. Yet traditional Chinese life is presented in many places. When traveling in China, Hutong in Beijing, or the small water village of Qingpu near Shanghai will show you vivid traditional Chinese lifestyle. If you have time and really want to see traditional relatively untouched traditional culture, you can go to the remote western areas. Dali and lijiang in Yunnan province along with Tibet are great places where age-old traditions are well preserved.