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  • The capital of the world’s most populous nation, Beijing needs no introduction the city’s reputation was well established when it transformed into the quintessential host for the Olympic Games of 2008. Given Beijing’s enormous size, it’s a little farfetched to expect to see it all in one visit. To get a feel of Beijing in its entirety, experience everything right from everyday things like haggling in the local markets for things to visiting the mystery that is Forbidden City. Beijing, only eclipsed by Shanghai in terms of size, is not only the political centre of China a position held for ...   More

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  • Guangzhou is the capital and biggest city of the Guangdong territory in the People's Republic of China. Situated to the northwest of Hong Kong and to the northeast of the province of Macau, Guangzhou is a key national transportation centre and is also a very important commercial and trading port on the Pearl River. Guangzhou is the third biggest Chinese city and is also southern China's biggest city. Still known as Canton, Guangzhou has had a long and turbulent history. Today, it is a prosperous cosmopolitan city that preserves its ancient Chinese roots with graceful temples, traditional tea houses and se...   More

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  • Capital of the Zhejiang province, the centre for arts, history and economy, Hangzhou is a popular tourist destination in China that flaunts the West Lake scenic area a natural hotspot, the 2000 year old Grand Canal which is still the largest in the world and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Hangzhou entices its visitors with its natural beauty the serene lakes, verdant forests, blossoming cherry and apple trees, bizarre rock formations and a history that hypnotizes. Tourists can learn about the Traditional Chinese arts of making silk, porcelain and pottery, take a trip to the alluring Thousand Islets Lake, get lo...   More

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  • Hong Kong is known the world over as a glamorous financial hub and a choice city for luxury shopping. But this city state is steeped in culture and history and has a lot more to offer than mouth watering dim sum and an impressive skyline. Hong Kong has an energy about it that is hard to describe. Millions of people are crammed into a very small space that somehow seems to function flawlessly. Around every corner is something new and unique, whether it's an ancient temple, a shop selling the latest electronic gadget or a man taking his bird in a cage for a walk. As a Special Administrative Region of China, Hon...   More

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  • Macau also sometimes known as Macao is just 60 kms west of Hong Kong and was under Portuguese administration until 1999. Now a Special Administered Region of China and a popular tourist destination, the city takes its name from the Chinese Ama Gao, meaning the "Bay of Ama," the Chinese water goddess and patroness of seafarers and fishermen. Blessed with a subtropical climate and a constantly blowing cool sea breeze, this small territory shows its Portuguese influences everywhere hardly surprising since the area was first settled by traders from Portugal as far back as the 1550s. The city's rich past...   More

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  • Located in the Shandong province, Qingdao is a sub provincial level city in the east coast of China. Overlooking the Yellow sea from the Shandong Peninsula, the city is a renowned sea port and a naval base of the country. Qingdao is home to Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, the world’s longest over Water Bridge as well as the Tsingtao brewery which is said to be the second largest brewery of China. The city is also one of the major industrial hub and tourism centres in the country. With its pleasant climate, lush gardens, pretty inlets off the coast and many other attractive features, Qingdao finds a place on many itine...   More

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  • Shanghai, China's largest city, offers many exciting sightseeing opportunities for those unconcerned with having to deal with large crowds. But despite having a population of more than 24 million, this fun city also offers quieter historic districts and attractions alongside its many newer tourist sites. One of the world's busiest container ports thanks to its position at the mouth of the Yangtze River, the city also provides opportunities for exploration by water along the Chinese coast and its inland waterways. Highlights of a visit include a number of world class museums and art galleries such as the S...   More

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  • Shenzhen, one of the top ten urban metropolitan areas in China by size as well as population, is an important city in the mainland as it is the neighbouring and closest city to the important port of Hong Kong. Shenzhen was designated as the first SEZ or special economic zone within China in 1980 when the country decided to modernise the economy. A vast and diverse city, which is an economic powerhouse, Shenzhen is home to more than 18 million people within the greater metropolitan areas. Over the years, it has become a key financial powerhouse of China as well as the world as a vast amount of sea trade goes via h...   More

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  • Located on the South Eastern coast of China, Xiamen is a sub-provincial city in the province of Fujian. The city, which is actually comprised of islands of Xiamen and Gulangyu and a part of Jiulong River’s northern coast, takes pride in its tourism with its picturesque seascape and natural beauty. Over the years, the city has attracted a number of overseas Chinese groups with its educational and cultural institutions. Its huge port bustling with activity also made it one among the four original Special Economic Zones in the country. The region was referred to as Tong'an County during the Jin Dynasty rul...   More

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