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FAQ on Traveling of Disabled People

Are the major sites wheelchair friendly?

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Most of the attractions in big cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong are wheelchair friendly. For disabled travelers, please refer to this page (https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/disabled-travelers.htm) for more information about trip planning, tips and preparation suggestions of traveling in China.

Are wheelchair accessible vans expensive? Can I use a normal van?

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The number of vans and coaches fitted with either ramps or lifts is quite limited and rental rates are much higher. If you believe that you can use a folding wheelchair we can organize a standard van. Our tour guide will be happy to assist. For disabled travelers, please refer to this page (https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/disabled-travelers.htm) for more information about trip planning, tips and preparation suggestions of traveling in China.

I can’t walk quickly; can you guarantee that I will be looked after?

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Our itinerary is tailor-made to fit your needs. Our travel advisor will make sure that they work out the perfect plan in consultation with you. For disabled travelers, please refer to this page (https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/disabled-travelers.htm) for more information about trip planning, tips and preparation suggestions of traveling in China.

Is Beijing disabled friendly?

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Yes it is.The following services are available for disable people in Beijing. Accessible Van and Coaches with either ramp or Lift Chauffeur Driven Private Cars Manual Wheelchairs Hotels with guaranteed accessibility Airport and train station accessibility Luggage Handling English Speaking Guides Personal Carers Actually, besides Beijing, big cities such as Shanghai and Hong Kong are all disabled friendly and are recommended tourist destinations. For disabled travelers, please refer to this page (https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/disabled-travelers.htm) for more information about trip planning, tips and preparation suggestions of traveling in China.

Is the Great Wall accessible for wheelchairs?

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Badaling section of the Great Wall has a special flat lane built for wheelchair to get to the third watch tower. There are two elevators which need to be booked in advance. For disabled travelers, please refer to this page (https://www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/guidebook/disabled-travelers.htm) for more information about trip planning, tips and preparation suggestions of traveling in China.

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