Sense the pulsating development of modern China. Shanghai is the perfect blend of cultures, the modern and the traditional, the western and the oriental. Experience the historical and cultural atmosphere of the city in Xin Tian Di, Tianzifang or Miaoqian Dajie. Be fascinated by the light and sound effects of the Shanghai ERA Acrobatic Show. Visit one of the many museums which hold the treasures of Chinese history.
Beijing is the heart of China, be charmed by its historic sites and buildings. Blend history with modernism. Shop on Dashilan street, the most ancient and famous commercial street in the Hutongs of Beijing. Visit the NCPA, which includes the Opera House, the Concert Hall and the Theater. Symphonies, dance shows, ballets, dramas and operas are frequently staged here. The 798 Art Zone gives home to a thriving artist community.
Discover the Oriental Pearl. Watch the Symphony of Lights show from the Golden Bauhinia Square which is one of the world largest lighting and music shows in the world. Visit the Art, Space and History Museums in Kowloon. Escape from reality at the Hong Kong Disneyland. Enjoy the excitement of horse racing and maybe try gambling on the races in Happy Valley. Don’t miss Tsim Sha Tsui, 'the paradise of shoppers'.
Taipei the bustling capital of Taiwan is a political, economical and cultural center worth a visit. Combining historical sites, such as the Longshan Temple or Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, with modern architecture and the second tallest building in the world this modern city offers many interesting sights and places. Strolling over the famous Shilin Night Market or enjoying the yearly lantern festival will be an unforgettable experience.
Suzhou city was highly organized with a rectangular-shaped layout. The city was well protected with large city moats and designed with a grid pattern of roads which were linked together by a network of bridged rivers.
With enchanting natural beauty and abundant cultural heritages, Hangzhou is known as 'Heaven on Earth' and one of China's most important tourist venues.
Known as one of the four great ancient capitals of China, Nanjing nowadays serves as the capital of Jiangsu province. Due to its strategic position at the south bank of the Yangtze River it has long been an important economic center. Many historical remains lure visitors to the city and make exploring Nanjing so fascinating.
A living history book, Xian is an inexhaustible treasure house of cultural relics. Visit the Terra-cotta Warriors’ Museum, Xiahecun village, Ming City Wall, Great Mosque and its Bazaar. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show, a wonderful performance of the ancient music and dance is a must see.
Xiamen, recently ranked China’s cleanest city, offers visitors a pleasant seaside climate and beautiful surroundings. Visiting the Nanputuo Temple and Gulang Island are a must for every visitor. Exploring the beautiful scenery of Gulang Yu with its European architecture gives you the impression of a Mediterranean country, letting you enjoy a relaxed weekend. If you want to extend your stay for a few days there are plenty of scenic spots around the city to visit such as the famous Hakka earth buildings.
Located on the southern seaboard of the Shandong peninsula Qingdao is a nice change from the bustling Chinese mega cities. The Bavarian appearance of the city and its own beer brewery are an attraction for every visitor. Enjoying fresh seafood at one of the many beach promenade restaurants and visiting the former German governor’s residence will round up this weekend trip in a perfect way
A world of snow and ice will be revealed to you in this ‘Ice City’. Harbin is recognized as the cradle of ice and snow art in China and is famous for its exquisite and artistic ice and snow sculptures. During the festival many sporting competitions are popular like ice-skating, sledding and fishing. East of the Yabuli Ski resort will provide great skiing with high mountains and good snow.
Also known as Canton, Guangzhou is the economical and cultural center of Guangdong province. As one of the most prosperous cities in China contrasts in daily life are obvious. Besides visiting temples and parks the most interesting is to stroll through the streets and markets to get a glimpse of people’s life in this never sleeping city.
Chongqing is known as a "Mountain City". It is a port city situated in the Southeast of the Sichuan Basin between the Yangtze, and Jialing River. It is the largest and most densely populated municipality directly under the Chinese Central Government. It was constructed on mountain slopes.