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Things to do in China
Beijing - go on a Beijing side car motorbike tour to the Great Wall
Jump onto a motorcycle with sidecar for an adrenaline rush and go on a tour of the Great Wall of China, one of the world’s greatest architectural achievements. You also get a tour of the city too. Be sure to dress up warm as it can get cold and you may get a little dusty. Try the night tour if you are tight for time.
Beijing - visit the Summer Palace, set in nearly 300 acres of gardens
There is too much to see in one day so allow more days or plan your day carefully. Over 3,000 structures and buildings to look out, many perfectly preserved the Palace is now nearly 900 years old. Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake are the 2 areas not to miss if you are short on time.
Guangzhou - explore the shopping at Shang Xia Jiu walking St.
A combination of 19th century European and Chinese buildings make this a fascinating place to visit. Crammed with shops and restaurants, over 300 of them, the street is guaranteed to have something for everyone. Pedestrian only so no need to worry about traffic. More locals than tourists helps make this a truly memorable experience. Be sure to sample many of the local delicacies to be found there.
Hangzhou - visit the Xixi Wetlands
China’s first national wetland park made up of 6 main waterways and numerous lakes and ponds. 8 main areas of interest some of which are only accessible by boat. Come and see the plum blossoms in February and March and the 2,000 year old Dragon Boat Racing on the 5th day of the 5th lunar month. Harvest shrimp and fish in traditional ways and then have them cooked at the local restaurant.
Hong Kong - explore the Hong Kong Museum of history
View 400 million years of history on Hong Kong from Prehistoric times through to 1997 when Hong Kong was handed back by the British. 4,000 exhibits and great use of graphic displays means you need between 2 and 4 hours to see everything. Split between 8 galleries on 2 floors. Look out for the special exhibitions sometimes hosted here. Closed on Tuesdays
Hong Kong - watch horse racing at the Happy Valley Racecourse
Up to 8 races a night under the floodlights this is one of racings sporting highlights. Probably more money is bet here on a night race than anywhere else in the world. Racing takes place here between September and June. Built on the only flat land in Hong Kong in 1845 for local British residents be sure to visit the museum to see its varied history
Shanghai - get amazing views from the Top of the Oriental Pearl Tower
The whole tower is full of amazing things to see but the panoramic views from the top globe are some of the best in Shanghai. 360 degree views of the city mean there is always something to see even on a clear day the Yangtze river. Check out the revolving restaurant for something completely different. Amazingly this is a working radio and television tower
Shanghai - be amazed by the Acrobats at Shanghai Circus World
Probably the best acrobatics show in China, and there are a number to choose from the show is acclaimed as being as good as the famous Cirque de Soleil. Great for the family and adults to. 1600 seats mean there is plenty of room and no need to pre-book tickets. 2 shows a day combining both acrobats and exotic animals
Shenzhen - see the miniature, buildings and monuments of Splendid China Park
See the whole of China in a single day at this excellent park but be warned it is massive with over 50,000 exhibits and figurines. Every major building in China is here with the Great Wall weaving its way through the site. Check out the brilliant shows and cultural areas. Dress up in traditional clothing and have your photo taken with your own camera.
Suzhou - take a trip to charming Tongli town
49 Bridges and numerous houses, gardens, rivers and museums sum up Tongli Town. One of the better of the lake towns of the Suzhou region. Be sure to find the areas smallest bridge, just 1.5m long and less than 1m wide. Some of the bridges are in there original state and date back over 300 years. Be sure to go inside some of the older houses for a glimpse of Chinese History.
Introduction of China
Home to one of the world's oldest civilisations and for many years, a secretive one-party state, China is slowly but surely opening its doors and welcoming Western tourists in greater numbers than ever before. China covers a vast area, meaning that the culture, the people and the language have a diversity that is unrivalled elsewhere in the world. It is virtually impossible for a first-time tourist to choose where to begin, but the north is as good a place as any. It is home to the capital, Beijing, which hosts world-famous attractions such as the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven as well as offering trips to nearby segments of the Great Wall. As the country's economic power grows, so does the east of the country, centring on Shanghai. Nowadays home to the most exclusive China hotels, the city nevertheless has a rich history, with districts such as the Bund giving a taste of the region's colonial heritage. Those looking for a more adventurous and exotic experience might prefer to explore the southwestern region instead. Home to ethnic peoples and breathtaking mountain scenery, this region is particularly popular with visiting backpackers on their way to Tibet.