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  • Beijing Tours

    45 Itineraries

    Beijing, symbolizing the great country, is the best place that can not be missed when planning your China tour packages.

  • Xian Tours

    36 Itineraries

    Xian, the home of the world renowned Terracotta Warriors and Horses, becomes one of the best China tour destinations for travelers.

  • Shanghai Tours

    38 Itineraries

    Shanghai, "Paris of the Orient", is the largest metropolis city. You can experience a perfect combination of ancient and modern here.

  • Guilin Tours

    16 Itineraries

    Guilin, a city with the best scenery under heaven, presents to you its elegant mountains and waters like the fairy Li River.

  • Chengdu

    12 Itineraries

    A private China travel package in Chengdu, the hometown of the giant pandas, will endow you with the chance of a close contact to these cutest creatures.

  • Kunming & Lijiang

    12 Itineraries

    Visit Kunming and Lijiang, covering the highlights of the Stone Forest, Tiger Leaping Gorge and the ethnic minorities.

  • Hong Kong

    29 Itineraries

    Hong Kong is an international metropolis featured with world-class architecture, a quick pace of life and modern entertainment style.

  • Lhasa

    5 Itineraries

    Lhasa is the political and spiritual center of Tibet. It has numerous heritage sites telling history, culture & art of this region.

  • Zhangjiajie

    3 Itineraries

    Being endowed with strange-shaped peaks, hidden valleys, gurgling streams and limestone caves, the supernatural Zhangjiajie is no doubt a visitor's wonderland.

  • Huangshan

    4 Itineraries

    Featured with the elegant Mt. Huangshan and picturesque Hongcun and Xidi Villages, Huangshan is an appealing destination.

  • Chongqing

    8 Itineraries

    Featured with Dazu Grottos, Zoo with pandas, Chongqing is the starting port of the Yangtze River Cruise.

  • Dunhuang

    1 Itinerary

    Go to Dunhuang, a city encircled by desert to visit the Mogao Grottoes and experience the camel riding.

  • Guangzhou

    4 Itineraries

    Guangzhou offers marvelous scenes and entertainment paradise, as Pearl River and Chimelong Resort.

  • Haikou

    4 Itineraries

    With beautiful sunshine, coastal water, coconut trees and soft sand, Haikou abounds in natural seaside beauty.

  • Hangzhou

    6 Itineraries

    Hangzhou is called the world's most beautiful and splendid city by Marco Polo. It deserves its reputation as "the heaven on the earth."

  • Harbin

    5 Itineraries

    Harbin, a city in northern region, is renowned as the "Ice City." It provides spectacular views of the ice lanterns and snow sculpture.

  • Hohhot

    3 Itineraries

    Hohhot is full of ethnic flavor. Enjoy the local minority's singing and dancing on the vast grassland and stay at Mongolian tents here.

  • Jinan

    2 Itineraries

    A "City of Springs," Jinan is one of the birthplaces of Chinese civilization. 72 springs are scattered throughout the city.

  • Lanzhou

    4 Itineraries

    As a city along the ancient Silk Road through which the Yellow River passes, Lanzhou boasts historic relics and a brilliant culture.

  • Luoyang

    2 Itineraries

    Luoyang is proud of its long history and ancient culture with the famous Longmen Caves and Shaolin Temple here.

  • Pingyao

    1 Itinerary

    As a world cultural heritage site, Pingyao is a typical example of Chinese ancient cities in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

  • Suzhou

    1 Itinerary

    Suzhou becomes visitors' new lover for holiday featuring by its elegant gardens, nearby water towns and the brilliant embroideries.

  • Qingdao

    2 Itineraries

    Surrounded with red tiles, verdant trees, and architecture of different countries, Qingdao is an appealing seaside city for relaxing.

  • Shenzhen

    3 Itineraries

    Due to its unique location, Shenzhen is regarded as the back garden of Hong Kong.

  • Urumqi

    4 Itineraries

    Urumqi is a treasure land in the northwest. The hospitable ethnic people usually welcome guests with dancing and singing.

  • Taiwan

    4 Itineraries

    Taiwan is advancing rapidly, but it never loses its traditional culture. Join our private Taiwan tours to experience all the diversity of the region.

  • Independent Travelers

    23 Itineraries

    For travelers with adventure spirits, we design the independent China travel routes for them to explore more hidden treasures at their own pace.

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.
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I am interested in some of your city packages. Can you put all them together and offer me an itinerary?
Yes, you can optionally pick your favorite private city tour itineraries. All our listed China city packages are customizable, and our professional travel consultants will help you work out a personalized trip to your liking.
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 per person per day to our clients for free.
What is the tipping practice in China?
In recognition of good service, tipping guides and drivers during an organized trip, 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 trips 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 taking your tours? Also, is it difficult to find a suitable restaurant ourselves?
Yes, vegetarians are well catered for during our 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 in China? 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.
We are planning a honeymoon trip, 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 and wonderland-like Jiuzhaigou are good choices.
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