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Places to explore in China

Hong Kong
Delectable dim sum, floating islands, and a one-of-a-kind skyline are just some of Hong Kong’s unique features. Get an eyeful of traditional Chinese architecture in Ngong Ping village, then take the tram to the tippity-top of Victoria Peak for unparalleled views. The rocks and gentle hills of Nan Lian Garden will bring you inner peace, as will a calming cup of tea in a Stanley café. Become one with everything at the Chi Lin Nunnery, a serene Buddhist complex.
The largest city in China is also its most cosmopolitan, offering visitors a chance to experience the past, present, and future all at once. The Huangpu River splits Shanghai into two districts: Pudong and Puxi. The Pudong skyline looks like it was ripped from the Jetsons, with the bulbous Oriental Pearl TV and Radio Tower looking a bit like a two headed lollipop. On the Puxi side, you can walk the Bund riverside district to get a taste of old Shanghai.
China’s third-largest city is the capital of Guangdong Province and a thriving commercial center. Its location on the Pearl River and proximity to Hong Kong has made Guangzhou a strategic port for centuries. Glimpse old temples and gleaming steel towers on an architectural tour. Visit one of four Chimelong theme parks for thrills and chills. Once called Canton, Guangzhou is considered the home of traditional (read Cantonese) “Chinese food.” Foodies will find more restaurants per capita here than anywhere else in China.
Welcome to a capital city whose story goes back at least 3000 years. In Beijing, you'll find a wealth of history, both ancient (the Hall of Preserving Harmony, Summer Palace, Forbidden City) and more recent (Chairman Mao Memorial Hall, Tiananmen Square). For the best market experience, choose the Dirt Market over the touristy Silk Market. A visit to the Great Wall, the longest manmade structure in the world, is absolutely essential.
The livable, lovable city of Xiamen teems with university students buzzing amid Buddhist temples, art galleries and beautiful parks. The city is actually comprised of islands; one of which, Gulangyu, is a peaceful bohemian oasis that's completely vehicle-free. Nibble on some glass noodles or juicy dumplings while perusing shops stuffed with antiques, delicate beads or ceramics.
Formerly administered by the Portuguese, this high-energy city on the South China Sea is world-famous as a gaming destination and has also begun attracting visitors with an increasing array of shows, entertainment, and nightlife. The city's historic center, with its rich blend of Chinese and European architecture and culture, has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Perched in a high mountain valley, Huanglong or Yellow Dragon National Park offers invigorating adventure options. The ambitious can trek to Lhasa, whitewater raft or embark on multi-day river journeys. Alternatively, a five-mile trot brings you to five terraced, temple pools glowing with stunning hues.
Located in the south of China, the cityscape--Shenzhen-- is home to some of the most modern buildings worldwide. Although this area is largely industrial, it offers many tourist attractions, such as the Chinese folk Culture Village, Safari Park, and beach resorts. Perhaps one of the most frequented tourist attractions is Window of the World, which offers replicas of the Eiffel tower, the pyramids, and Taj Mahal. 

Arriving On Flights to China

Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai are China’s main gateways. China flights regularly land at the airports of these cities, so watch the schedules carefully to find cheap flights. Beijing Capital International Airport is home to three terminals and a range of facilities. International flights to China are likely to land at Terminal 2 or Terminal 3. Business centers, banks and stores are available to tourists whose take flights to this airport. A trip to China is a truly mesmerizing experience and one that can be experienced with cheap flights to China.

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Getting Around China

China is huge, so if you want to explore as much of it as possible, you probably need to book multiple flights. Domestic flights to China’s major cities are readily available. Some longer flights to China’s cities are considered international flights, so they may be more expensive. Train travel is common across China. The train network in China is extensive and fast. Bus travel, taxis, and bicycles are good methods of travel within cities. Most China’s major cities also have modern and efficient subway systems. If you plan on traveling long distances across China, coach travel is advisable.

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Attractions in China

If your flights to China land in Beijing, a visit to the Forbidden City is a must. Other attractions in Beijing include the National Museum of China, Beijing Zoo and Zizhu Yuan Recreational Park. If your China flights touch down in Shanghai, consider visiting Zhongshan Gongyuan in downtown Shanghai. This park is famous for its Chopin statue. Shanghai is home to magnificent architecture, including the Shanghai Museum and the Shanghai Oriental Art Center. China flights landing in Guangzhou will take you close to the Guangdong Provincial Museum, the Shishi Sacred Heart Cathedral and the beautiful Temple of the Six Banyan Trees.

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Shopping, Dining and Nightlife in China

CVIK Shopping Center in Beijing is perfect for tourists who have purchased cheap airfare to China in the hope of saving their money to spend on goods to take back home. If you’re looking to purchase fabrics, try Yuanlong Embroidery and Silk Fabrics, China Crafts Shop for handicrafts. For international cuisine in Shanghai, pay a visit to Jade on 36 or Laris. Shanghai cuisine can be found at Whampoa Club. Famous bars and pubs located in Guangzhou include Party World, Baby Face and 23 Club. Pop into any of these venues for an eventful evening.

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Flight stats for China - did you know?

  • There are 230 airports in China and the 5 biggest are
  • Pu Dong Airport (Shanghai)
  • Right now, 66 airlines operate out of Pu Dong Airport.
  • Pu Dong Airport offers nonstop flights to 154 cities.
  • Every week, at least 5,765 domestic flights and 200 international flights depart from Pu Dong Airport.
  • Baiyun Airport (Guangzhou)
  • Right now, 62 airlines operate out of Baiyun Airport.
  • Baiyun Airport offers nonstop flights to 146 cities.
  • Every week, at least 5,971 domestic flights and 83 international flights depart from Baiyun Airport.
  • Chengdu Airport (Chengdu)
  • Right now, 56 airlines operate out of Chengdu Airport.
  • Chengdu Airport offers nonstop flights to 149 cities.
  • Every week, at least 5,878 domestic flights and 31 international flights depart from Chengdu Airport.
  • Capital Airport (Beijing)
  • Right now, 39 airlines operate out of Capital Airport.
  • Capital Airport offers nonstop flights to 134 cities.
  • Every week, at least 6,860 domestic flights and 57 international flights depart from Capital Airport.
  • Chongqing Airport (Chongqing)
  • Right now, 52 airlines operate out of Chongqing Airport.
  • Chongqing Airport offers nonstop flights to 128 cities.
  • Every week, at least 5,522 domestic flights and 3 international flights depart from Chongqing Airport.