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Xi'an is a wonderful city of Chinese History and Culture. The highlight is of course the Terracotta Warriors Experience. It's a city I would love to revisit and spend a few more days just wandering around and visiting some of the wonderful sights.
Thinking about the language barrier and travelling alone I went with a tour group. For the cost it was well worth it. For less than $700 USD, it covered roundtrip private airport transportation, 5 days, 4 nights in a nice 3 star hotel, breakfast was...More
Date of experience: April 2017
Nancy W, Guest Relations Manager at China Tour Guide, responded to this reviewResponded October 9, 2017
Thank you for the sharing!
The charm of a group tour is to make friends from other other countries while enjoying the trip! If you are interested in delving into Chinese culture, maybe you could try an in-depth tour or tailor-make your itinerary...More
We used them from Biejing throught Xian, Guilin to Shanghai. We had 4 different guides across the country and they were all first rate. Kasumi from the Guilin area especially was able to connect with us and our needs and she made the trip with...More
I was all set on doing my own sightseeing in China, but then I thought about the language barrier so I was advised by my sister to go with a tour group to be on the safe side. With the language and the traffic I...More
Extremely smooth and easy communication to work out details of tour. They were very accommodating with our requests. Tour guides, driver, buses all excellent. We had a great trip. Would definitely use them again for future China travel.
Arranged a tour of Xi'an, China via the internet through China Tour Guide (5 Days Xi'an Classic Tour with Extension to Mt. Huashan) for two persons with an English speaking guide and private driver. Maggie, our China Tour Guide agent, was knowledgeable and responsive to...More
I booked a new year boat trip for myself, my husband and my elderly mother. We wanted to be able to view fireworks but also be comfortable with access to seats and toilets, especially for my Mum who is 73. We booked this in June...More
We are a group of 5 who did a private tour of Beijing and Xian. From the first contact with Sophie we were extremely well taken care of. We were able to tailor our trip according to our needs without any problems. Sophie was always...More
Date of experience: October 2015
Michelle S, Guest Relations Manager at China Tour Guide, responded to this reviewResponded November 11, 2015
Thank you for sharing your great tour experience with us .So nice to know you and your daughter enjoyed the trip.
In June the weather of China is really suitable for travel. The yield of Yangtze River is sufficient. Also in modern cities...More
China has been growing rapidly to become the worlds second largest economy, but seeing the country firsthand you appreciate the amazing pace of change. Our visions of China used to be of poor drab looking folk in their grey communist uniform clothes riding hordes of bicycles in Beijing. No more. You now hardly see a bicycle. These have been replaced with quality family cars. The Chinese people are fit looking, stylishly clothed and walk with a definite spring in their step. Beijing has...More
August 02, 2013|
Sounds like, by roughing it this way, that you got to see the real China all right. Thanks for the report.
China Tour Guide Cost (8 Replies)
What is a customary rate for hiring a local tour guide in China for a day or two?
December 10, 2011|
For Beijing it is around 400RMB per day (8 hour). Depends a bit on the season. in some areas of china it can be somewhat cheaper.
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Swindler In Beijing (18 Replies)
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January 18, 2018|
This is common, but not just in China. It’s the same in other countries too. In Korea it’s the gingseng factory, Thailand is jewelry, etc. Just keep saying no.