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As a professional tour operator, we design a host of escorted China tour packages with the best-selling travel deals to remarkable must-see destinations and offer the best quality services. We warmly invite you to join us on a memorable vacation.

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    FAQs on China Tour Package

    I am interested in some of your city packages. Can you put all them together and offer me a best China tour itinerary?

    Yes, you can optionally pick your favorite private city tour itineraries. All our listed private China travel packages are customizable, and our professional travel consultants will help you work out a personalized trip to your liking.

    As most of the direct international flights from USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, India, Malaysia, Singapore and many other countries will land in Beijing and Shanghai, we'll be glad to arrange your transfer to where you'd like to take a private city package.

    What is the opening hour of your tourist sites?

    As a general rule, the opening hour of most tourist attractions is 08:00 – 17:30 from April to October, and it is 08:30 -17:00 from November to next March. It should be noted that some sightseeing spots have time limits for ticketing, which is usually one hour ahead of the closing time.

    Is tap water drinkable?

    No, the tap water in China is undrinkable unless it is boiled, but it is safe for brushing teeth. The hotels usually offer water heater in each room and you can use it to get boiled water to make coffee or tea. Two bottled water is provided free of charge in your room on a daily basis. Besides, we also offer bottled water to our clients for free.

    What is the tipping practice in China?

    In recognition of good service, tipping guides and drivers during China escorted tours, as well as bellboys who take your luggage to your room has become gradually accepted as common practice in China as elsewhere in the world. But it is still unnecessary to tip for food service or taxis, etc. 

    Tipping is discretionary. If you don't think the service received is satisfactory, then don't tip. TravelChinaGuide does not endorse poor service. However, if you are quite satisfied with the guide or driver's service or their services are beyond your expectation, you could tip to show your appreciation. We will offer suggestions according to the group size.

    I see some of your China vacation packages include a high-speed train experience. Is it air-conditioned? Also, is there dining car available for lunch or dinner?

    Yes, all the high-speed trains are air-conditioned, and there are dinning carriages available providing food and drink. However, the pre-packed boxed meals and snacks available on board are usually less satisfying, so we suggest you bring some food as simple lunch or dinner should you not wish to use the dining car.

    Where can I see and hold a panda?

    Chengdu, famed for being the home of giant pandas, is the best destination for people who would like to see and know more about this lovely creature. You can visit either Chengdu Research Base of Giant Pandas or Dujiangyan Panda Base. The latter one is a little bit far from Chengdu with about 1.5 hours driving time. At present, visitors can only hold a panda cub to take photos for a few precious seconds at Dujiangyan Panda Base. 

    For those who are unable to go to Chengdu due to a tight travel schedule, you may consider visiting the pandas in Beijing Zoo, Chongqing Zoo or Shanghai Zoo.

    Can a vegetarian get proper food when traveling with you? Also, is it difficult to find a suitable restaurant ourselves?

    Yes, vegetarians are well catered for during our guided tours. For the meals included, we will make proper arrangements according to your food taboos. When the meals are unplanned in our itinerary, you can ask your guide for advice on suitable restaurants. Most of the mid-range restaurants in major tourist cities have photo menus available.

    Can I use US dollars at stores and restaurants? What about Credit Cards?

    In most cases, only Chinese currency is accepted in stores and restaurants. Major Credit Cards including Master Card, Visa, American Express, are acceptable in most large department stores and shopping malls. In order to avoid embarrassment, we suggest you ask whether Credit Card is accepted before placing an order. 

    For your convenience, it is more advisable to exchange enough RMB for personal consumption during your trip. It is easy to exchange money at most airports, banks in downtown areas and the star-rated hotels. Usually, the hotels only exchange money for their guests. Remember to take your passport, which has to be presented when converting currency.

    Our party consists of three persons, so can we share the same room?

    Yes, you can stay in the same hotel guest room for convenience. In this case, we will book an extra bed including daily breakfast for the third person during escorted China tours.

    We are planning a honeymoon vacation package to China, what destinations do you recommend?

    As a diverse and vibrant country, China has long been popular with honeymooning couples. Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong are the most frequently visited international metropolises. These three cities never disappoint honeymooners as there is always something of interest to do for all couples. When it comes to the most romantic cities, Guilin with Yangshuo, Lijiang and Hangzhou are greatly favored by newlyweds. Besides, if you want to experience something different, the mysterious Tibet is a good choice.
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      4.888 Reviews
      Sam & Liang
      Posted on March 21, 2019
      My elderly mum (80+ years old) and I enjoyed our holiday in Guangzhou and Guilin organised by TravelChinaGuide. Travelling with an elderly person, we required a lot of service and flexibility. The standard of tour certainly met our expectations and we had a great time. Hotel buffet breakfasts were very good. The other meals were okay. We were very pleased with the standard of the guides provided. They were proficient in English, knowledgeable and helpful. We were very impressed with the driver during our stay in Guilin. His driving was safe and he kept his car meticulously clean. We were rather anxious prior to our trip as we were informed that drivers in China were all speedy Gonzalez! But our drivers drove smoothly (consider my elderly mum) throughout the tour. Thank you for the supreme services! ... More
      Posted on March 20, 2019
      Wonderful experience and the tour guide was very good
      Sara Zavala
      Posted on March 19, 2019
      We just finished our trip to China. It has been a wonderful experience and a lot is because the tour guides and drivers were fantastic.
      IRMA S
      Posted on March 18, 2019
      I plan to visit China in April for 12 days (3 - 14 April 2019). Thanks God I found this web to solve any problem when arranging my itinerary. Our travel consultant, Kelly Wang, is very helpful and quick response. Kelly helps me to manage everything I need for my trip, such as van rental, tourist spots entrance tickets in Xi'an and even help me and my friends for booking Bullet Train Tickets from Xi'an to Zhangye. If this service will be excellent until my last day trip, I would recommend Travel China Guide to my friends who will visit China! ... More
      Bruce F Fein
      Posted on March 18, 2019
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      our first two bookings with Vera Yu have as close to perfect as possible and so far for this one are moving on the same path. we are starting to plan a return to Chengdu with Imping (Claire) Chen as a required guide as she was incredible and then Shanghai for five days each during the fall of 2020.

      i would never consider using any other guide service where you provide service.
      Colley and Sumei
      UK and China
      Posted on March 18, 2019
      I believe that I was served well, in all aspects. Meals were fine, in good restaurants. Service was always friendly. I felt the guide did well, was helpful and useful. I don't think there was any problem from the driver, who always seemed polite and helpful. The car was clean, and seemed well maintained. The hotel was very good, 4 star, and consistent with Western standards. The room was large, and well laid out. English was spoken well in most quarters; which was important to me, as a visitor. The room was nicely cleaned each day, and I had no complaints. Highly recommended! ... More
      Posted on March 17, 2019
      First, we would like to congratulate the success of this company, our duration in China will become a good memory in our mind. Our guide and driver were always very attentive with both of us. They made us feel very comfortable all the time. We enjoyed every site we were taken duration our time in Guilin. I would definitely recommend them to my friends as driver and guide for future trips. Many Thanks to them.
      Posted on March 17, 2019
      If travelling to Guilin, my recommendation is to include:

      (a) the Zhang Yimou cultural show, Liu Sanjie, in Yangshuo. As this is an evening performance, it would be good to spend a night in Yangshuo instead of returning to Guilin after the show as you would not be able to see the beautiful karst rock formations at night on the way back to Guilin. Liu Sanjie is truly a spectacular performance which should not missed.

      (b) the Longsheng rice terraces and it would be good to spend a night there but can also be done as a day trip out of Guilin. The car journey to the rice terraces passes beautiful mountain scenery. Upon arrival at the base, it requires some trekking and climbing steps passing through mountain villages of the minorities to reach the peak of the rice terraces (approx 2 hours trekking one way). From the peak, the view of the vast expanse of rice terraces is breathtaking. These rice terraces have been cultivated by many generations and approx 800 years old. As the rice terraces are cultivated on mountain slopes, machinery and animals cannot be used and the rice terraces are painstakingly hand cultivated. You also get to see a glimpse of the life of the minorities and sample their food.

      TravelChinaGuide gave us the chance to include the above in our itinerary. The visit to the Lonsheng rice terraces was a last minute decision. We were glad we didn't miss this.
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      Roberto J Ramirez
      Posted on March 16, 2019
      Me and my sister had a wonderful time Arthur was a great guide. His knowledge of guilin really made the experience worth it.
      Posted on March 16, 2019
      We would love the opportunity to comment on our tour. I contacted Kelly on a Sunday night to arrange a tour for us on the next day. Her prompt attention allowed it to happen for us and from there the outstanding service began. Mr. Sun (driver) and Celine met us at the airport and from there it was as though they could not do enough for us until the time we left. We were especially impressed with our guide Celine. Her English fluency and knowledge of Chinese history was amazing and she made sure that our stay in Xian was very comfortable and a very memorable experience. We travelled with our 18 month old daughter Samantha and Celine could not do enough to help us with her. The accommodation and meals were excellent all through our trip and Celine surpassed her level of duty in making sure that we enjoyed our stay in Xian. Thank you once again and we have recommended the trip to many of our friends should they decide to visit Xian. ... More
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