Beijing is the capitol of China which spins a breathless yarn of success, tragedy, tolerance and innovation. It is the world’s most populous capitol city. Beijing is known as one of the world’s leading centers for culture, business, economy, science, and technology. The rich cultural heritage can be viewed through sites such as the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, Palace Museum and the Temple of Heaven.
Shanghai, situated on China’s central coast, has always been the wealthiest city in China. It is a global hub for finance, transportation, innovation and world’s busiest container port. Shanghai has a rich history, elegance, glamour and exotic promise in the name itself. The city hosts numerous national and international events such as the Chinese Grand Prix and Shanghai Fashion Week. Shanghai offers visitors beautiful attractions such as The Bund, Yu Garden, Shanghai Tower and Shanghai Museum.
The Yangtze is the longest river in Asia, the third-longest in the world and the longest to flow totally inside one country. The Yangtze River is traditionally, economically and culturally important to the Chinese people. A cruise on the Yangtze River is the thrill of a life-time. Travelers revel in the lovely surroundings of the three Gorges while exploring the historic cultural sites along the river. During the course of the cruise and the shore excursions, visitors can experience the spectacle of Fengdu Ghost town, the unique structure of Shibaozhai, the tranquility of drifting along the Shennong stream and an exploration of the Three Gorges Dam.
Xian was the main terminal of the Silk Road and a meeting point of cultures and religions, as well as home to warriors, monks, and emperors. It is one of the oldest cities in China. The city has earned a reputation all over the world as the cradle of Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Basin area. Xian attracts visitors from all over the world for its famous Terracotta Warriors, Bell Tower and very impressive Big Wild Goose Pagoda.
Chengdu serves as the capitol of the Chinese province of Sichuan. The area encircling Chengdu is referred as “Country of Heaven” and the “Land of Abundance”. Chengdu is China’s southwestern hub and most travelers to this region transit this way at some point. The town is also home to the famous Chengdu studies base of large Panda Breeding and conservation center, where visitors can see endangered giant pandas in their natural habitat. It is also possible to visit Mount Qingcheng and Wenshu Yuan Monastery.
Guilin is a thriving metropolis within the northeast of China's Guangxi Zhuang region. Guilin is among China’s most popular destinations and is associated with its unique and tranquil waterways. The state Council of China has designated Guilin a national famous historical and cultural city. Guilin is recognized worldwide for its ethereal and unrivalled limestone karst landscape, wonderful mountains, serene river, mysterious caves and exquisite rock formations. Visitor attractions include Elephant Hill, Reed Flute Cave, Moon Hill and the seven-star peaks.