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Traveling through China can often be a whirlwind of activity with so much to see within a limited amount of time. Cruising down the Yangtze River offers the opportunity to slow down and experience ...
A tropical island paradise with pristine beaches, hot springs and some
of the country’s greatest golf courses is not necessarily an attraction
that springs to mind when one thinks of a trip to ...
Sanya, located on the southernmost tip of China’s Hainan Island, is often billed as the Hawaii of China .
While a development boom is well underway, bringing brand name beach
resorts to the ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Tourists and expats looking to escape the oppressive congestion of Guangzhou ( China ’s
third largest city) should turn their attention to Shamian Island. Once
part of a Chinese concession to the ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, June 2012
If you find yourself on a large-scale tour of China ,
one of the most intriguing things you can do is explore its endless
natural beauty. Its world-renowned lakes are a good place to start, so ...
The Yangtze River winds more than 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers) through Central China
past some of the country’s biggest and most important cities. While
traveling through China generally ...
Written by Viator, May 2012
The Li and Little Li Rivers are the lifeblood of Yangshuo, and taking to the waters by boat is one of the best ways to experience the sleepy, rural lifestyle of the Chinese villagers residing along ...
Strictly speaking, residents and tourists trapped in Shanghai
during the hotter months are more or less limited to nearby Jinshan
City Beach if they are looking to beat the heat by gaining access ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, April 2012
Have you ever shopped until you’ve dropped and could quite possibly
implode at the site of another market place full of millions of items
you want but can’t pack with you? Then it’s time for you ...
Written by Emma, Australia, August 2012
is well known for its shopping, eating, sightseeing and general
all-round craziness. So where can you go for a bit of quiet reflection
in this busy and exciting city?
Yuyuan Garden ...
Written by Viator, June 2012
Life in the massive metropolis of Guangzhou moves at breakneck speeds. For those worn out after a long day of digging into the city’s 2,000 years of history, consider taking a leisurely cruise along ...
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New China Destinations on Viator!
Discover new cities in China to explore in 2012! In our quest to continually find fresh places for you to explore, the Viator team is planning to offer tours in many new Chinese cities this year. Check out the giant pandas in Chengdu, the stunning West Lake in Hangzhou and take a cruise down the Yangtze River this month!