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Monday, 3rd of August 2015 | Due to industrial action, international travellers should arrive early and allow plenty of time to go through customs.
Beijing is the capital city of China and one of the most highly populated cities in the world. Beijing is a bustling centre of cultural, family, modern and historial attractions. Known for its delicious food and innovative buildings, Beijing is a beautiful display of China’s progression from ancient wonderland to modern megacity.
A city in Gansu Province, Western China, Dunhuang is known for its unique landscape (it is much drier than other areas in China) and its role in Silk Road culture. Sometimes called ‘Sha Zhou’, or ‘beautiful desert oasis’, Dunhuang has a long history as a trading hub, situated along the Silk Road. Dunhuang is not only a destination for exploring Ancient Chinese culture, but to fully appreciate the varied and unique Chinese landscape.
The capital city of Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou has long been commended for its natural beauty, surrounded by farmland and with West Lake the centre of the town. A significant cultural centre for hundreds of years, Hangzhou is situated on the Grand Canal between Beijing and Shanghai. West Lake is perhaps the major drawcard for Hangzhou, once admired by explorer Marco Polo for its beauty.
Shanghai boasts the largest population of any city in the world, and is an influential and powerful metropolis on the banks of the Yangtze River. Modern, crowded skylines, restaurants, nightclubs and developments on the city’s east combine with classic architecture on the city’s more traditional west side. Often described as being more modern than Beijing, Shanghai still houses a considerable array of ancient buildings and cultural attractions. Shanghai is a dazzling, impressive city that will draw you in and inspire you.
Sichuan is one of the largest areas of land in China and is a naturally beautiful and popular province. The province is a gateway to Tibet and is known for its plateaus, mountains, hills, hot springs, caves and rivers. Sichuan is also one of the most historic provinces with human activity here dating back 25,000 years ago. Today, Sichuan gives tourists opportunities to explore natural wonders, wildlife, the arts and worldwide famous cuisine