Located in Downtown Shanghai, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Yu Yuan Garden and Old Chinese City. Flower, Bird, Fish & Insect Market and The ...
Located in Pudong, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Shanghai Disneyland©, Shanghai WIld Animal Park, and Shanghai New International Expo Centre. Jin Mao ...
Located in Downtown Shanghai, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Nanjing Road Shopping District, People's Square, and Shanghai Museum. The Bund and Flower, ...
Located on Nanjing Road just blocks from its pedestrian shopping area, this 40-floor hotel overlooks central People's Square and is less than 3 km (2 miles) ...
Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing Hotel is a modern oasis, ideal for both leisure and business guests. Centrally located in the heart of Beijing's bustling and developing ...
China is a massive, spell-binding country, from the deserts in the west to the ocean in the east. And its layers of mysterious mountains, picturesque rice terraces, Silk Roads and cutting-edge cities make for a thrilling travel experience.
Whether you're a first-time visitor or a Mandarin expert, Orbitz will help you plan your China vacation. We'll guide you with top 10 attractions and offer inside tips on scaling that famous wall.
Given China's size, the climate and seasons vary country-wide. Overall, the weather is best from late April to June, and September to October. Beijing is ideal from April to October, but humidity spikes between June and September. Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Hainan are pleasant in November and December, Shanghai in October and May.
If weather and large crowds aren't your concern, how about a Chinese New Year? Though the date changes every year, plan your trip around late January or early February. Tourist season peaks across China the first week in May and October for national holidays.
If you're going to Hong Kong, head to the Tourism Board to score discounts on unique tours. You can find anything from a free ride aboard the Duk Ling to a tea appreciation class.
Comprising one province and three regions, stay in the center or the south to soak up steamy bamboo forests and Ming-Dynasty villages. Head north to see lakes and mountain scenery and west for remote Tibetan-plateau grasslands.
History buffs are drawn to more than a dozen churches here, including the Ruins of St. Paul, the Chapel of St. Francis Xavier, and St. Joseph Seminary and Church atop Mato Mofino hill. Explore the scenery along Guia Hill, home to China's oldest lighthouse. A museum pays tribute to Japanese and Vietnamese Christian martyrs.
For a taste of authentic rural China -- rice terraces, other-worldly karst peaks, jungle-like landscapes -- head to Guangxi, which is perfect for hiking, cycling and river trips.
Drink with the posh crowd at this under-the-radar Shanghai hotspot, located down a Donghu Lu alley. Look for the anonymous black door with a tiny monkey print on it, and buzz to get in. Wet your whistle on swanky (read: pricey) libations such as prosecco mixed with lemon and lavender syrup.
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