Why You Should Join a China Tour Package​

If you are that type of person who delights in experiencing exotic destinations, you might as well put our China Tour Package in your list! More than a place for vacationing, China can be a place where you can find yourself too.

In the movie Karate Kid filmed in 2010 starring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan, it shows how a person from a foreign land gets to know oneself from China. Dre Parker, played by Jaden Smith was a defenseless and a mediocre athlete from the urban land of United States of America. He was bullied and beaten down by some of his classmates when he transferred to China. But, he was able to defeat them with honor when Mr. Han, played by Jackie Chan, toured him around China and taught him one of the most elegant contributions of Chinese to the world, which is Kung Fu.

              The movie is quite accurate in representing Chinese culture and tradition. China has a rich breadth of culture and it is one of the Four Ancient Civilizations with a history of over 3,000 years. Moreover, it has an impressive ancient heritage, specifically its architectural designs and monumental ancient treasures. Other than that, China is blessed with spectacular wonders of nature with fresh breeze coming out of the mountains and trees that are greener than any one could think.

Mountain Landscape China Package

China Mountain Lanscapes

Aside from that, every region in China has its own unique dishes. So, even if your trip would only be limited to one region, at least, you have a chance to taste what is their region’s specialty! Some specialties you should try are Beijing roast duck, Shanghainese soup dumplings, spicy hotpot in Chengdu, and rice noodles in Guilin.

Dumplings Dishes In China

Furthermore, China is also home to the pandas! Imagine seeing a panda in real life and look at how cute and cuddly they are as they are China’s national treasure. Pandas are the most treasured endangered species too, so this might be your chance to look at them in your trip too!
Dumplings in China

When is the best time to visit China

Tourists regardless of the day, month, season or year can tour China. Regardless of when people choose to go, there is always a place that is worth visiting in China.

              But, weather-wise, the best times to visit China are during their Spring and Autumn seasons! Spring season start from April and ends in May. Autumn season starts from September and ends in October. These months incur a lot of tourists in their popular attractions.

              In Spring, the weather warms up in China. You could just go outside and enjoy it while it lasts. Activities in spring season in China may include outdoor dining, walking tours, hiking and trekking.

China Mountain Lanscapes

Li River in China

In Autumn, the temperature throughout China and milder and warm. The warmish weather is a season filled with change with strong winds and a lot of rain. The days become shorter, although it is warm and sunny in the day, it can be cold during nighttime. Top things to do in autumn include the Autumn Outing, which means that autumn is the season to go enjoy the outdoors too. The nature and weather cooperates to get the ideal and authentic scenery in China.

However, there are also days that may not be good to visit China, especially if you do not like crowded places! Most of the attractions are flooded with Chinese tourists during their festival and holidays, which are the Labor Day Holiday (May 1-3); Chinese National Day Holiday (October 1-7), and their Chinese New Year Holiday from late January to early to mid February. 

Attractions in China

To top of the list, the first thing that pops in someone’s head when they hear “China” might be “The Great Wall of China”. This is one of the most iconic symbols of China. It is the longest wall in the world stretching over 5,000 kilometers. It is a sight that is never to miss when you are in China.

Forbiden City in China

Forbiden City In China

If you are in to something spooky, the Terracotta Army might be sight to see. It is laid underground for more than 2,000 years.  It is significant because hundreds of life-size models represent the army that triumphed all other Chinese armies.

              The Forbidden City in Beijing is majestic and aesthetically pleasing as well. It was once a palace city wherein ordinary people where forbidden to enter. It has more than 8,000 rooms with roofs in gold that are elegantly designed and painted red and yellow. Over 24 emperors lived in the Forbidden City. It is also recognized as one of the most important places in the world along with Palace of Versailles in France, Buckingham Place in the UK, and the White House in the US. Perhaps, entering this place might make you fell a tad bit of a royalty.