China Attractions Overview
China is rich in tourist attractions. The nature has endowed it with spectacular views. The 5,000 years long history has left it with many places of interest. The 56 ethnic groups make the country's folk customs so colorful. Due to all of these, plus unique music, drama and world-known delicacy, China attracts large crowds of tourists from home and abroad every year. China's tourist resources can be primarily divided into three parts: natural landscape, manmade attractions and folk customs.
At present, China has formed a tourism market with a comparatively large scale, great potential and fast growth. China, thanks to its unique charm, attracts more and more visitors to come and explore its beauty and mystery.
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I have traveled in Asia before and understand the communication difficulties. Any suggestions, I currently live in Miami and although I am in my forties, I appear and enjoy activities that most younger people participate in.
Looking forward to responses.
Day 1-2: Chengdu downtown and the surroundings: Tianfu Square, Chunxi Road; Jinli Street; Kuanzhai Lane; Bronze Goat Taoist Temple; Wu Hou Shrine are good destinations. The Panda Breeding and Research Center should not be missed.
Day 3: Qingcheng Mountain
Day 4-6: Jiuzhaigou Scenic Area and Huanglong Park
Day 7: shopping in downtown Chengdu
If yes .. what is local airline website to book flights from Hangzhou to hongkong
According to Chinese customs, foreigners who bring less than 5000 USD can enter PRC without declaration. If you bring more, then you should declare to the customs.
Personally, I don't think it's a good idea to bring much cash with you. It's unsafe. You can bring a few hundred dollars and exchange it into RMB when you arrive at airport. If you need more money, you can withdraw from the ATMs. Although it asks you for the commission charge, it's the safest way to use money.
PS: If you really need to bring a lot of money, I think you can bring a traveller's cheque. When you come to PRC, you can go to banks and withdraw all your money.