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Warmly welcome to China with us! We are very glad to provide you with some practical information for you to get some general ideas of China before you come to visit China. The following are some basic information for your China trip, we hope it would be useful and you will enjoy your stay in China. If the information what you need is not covered below, please feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone at +86-773-5833156, or fax at +86-773-5817771
Commonly, China Southern Airlines, Air China, China Eastern Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, and Shanghai Airlines are considered as the seven main airlines in China, all of which provides passengers with excellent services. And some others such as China Southwest Airlines, Sichuan Airlines and Dragon Air are all famous airlines in China. We choose the most suitable one for our customers according to the airfare, the tour itinerary and even their preference.
Generally, Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Shanghai are the most popular destinations among foreign tourists, while, some routes include Yangtze River cruises, Silk Road, Tibet and the old town of Lijiang and the Shangri-la are also amazing. You can also have a look at our page of “China Tours” on our website for more China travel routes.
April, May, early June, September, October and early November are the best time to visit China, which are also traditionally considered as Peak Seasons in China travel industry; but if you travel in other time of the year, you can enjoy not only lower prices, but also a leisure pace during your trip.
You can contact your tour guide for any emergency. We will forward the contact ways of each guide during your journey ahead of time. Or you can also call the tour operator who takes care of your tour instead. We will deplete my strength to settle your problem. Before your tour start, we will ask our local agency to let us know the tour guides’ name and mobile phone number, then we will deliver it to you, also you will have your travel advisor’s mobile phone number, it is available at 24 hours.
The electrical current in mainland China and Hong Kong is 220 volts / 50 cycles and the type of outlets vary throughout the country, including two-phase and three-phase sockets. Usually, some hotels will offer adapters, but it is highly recommended to take an adapter by yourself in case of unexpected situation.
Your packing list depends on the time and destinations you visit in China. In spring and autumn, you need to bring a couple of shirts, sweaters, and a jacket that can be worn in layers to accommodate China's range of climates. A pair of comfortable walking shoes is very important, as you are going to have a lot of walking in sightseeing. If you are going to do a lot of climbing, shoes with high sides and a hard sole will be the best choice. In winter, you should bring down coats. Summer is very hot, sometimes reaching 40 C (104 F). Hats, sunglasses, sunscreen and lip balm are needed to protect you from sun and windburns.
Yes, that hundreds of thousands of foreigner come to visit China every year can tell something. The travel testimonials of our customers from all over the world on our website tell people what they have enjoyed during their China trips and what the real China is like in their eyes. To see is to believe, welcome to China!
Yes, Chinese girls also wear shorts, skirts and tops in summer and even in winter, so please worry about it. But it is suggested not to be dressed over-exposed to avoid inconveniences or disturbing.
If you plan to visit some special places such as temples, it is impolite and offensive against Buddhas and you may be not allowed to enter temples, so please pay attention to your dress beforehand.
Generally speaking, it is not a big problem for tourists to arrange their itinerary in Hong Kong, as English is more widely used there than in mainland China and it is quite easy to take a taxi from place to place.
Famous attractions in Hong Kong: Victoria Peak, Aberdeen, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong Ocean Park, Hong Kong Disneyland, Jade Market, Tai-O Village, Wong Tai Sin Taoist Temple, Kim Tin Walled Village, Man Mo Temple, Lam Tsuen Wishing Tree, Kowloon Walled City Park, Dr. Sun Yat-sen Musuem, etc.
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