Harbin is China’s northernmost major city. The long, cold winters endow it with unique winter scenery. Here are three places we recommend.
Tianjin, just a half-hour train ride from Beijing, features far more than just colonial-era buildings.
It is 1.6 km long and is the longest hutong in Beijing. Dongjiao Minxiang is a place where history quietly meets with modern metropolitan.
Shenzhen is the site of China’s first Special Economic Zone and birthplace of modern China.
You may know Macao as China’s Las Vegas, but what else?
If you want to explore more, highly convenient public transport in Hangzhou offers visitors easy access to surrounding destinations such as Suzhou, Shanghai and Nanjing.
As one of Zhejiang’s most important cities both today and historically, Ningbo combines modern energy with a historic past.
You can’t go much further east in China than the Dongji Islands, a little-known chain whose sparse, rocky landscapes are rarely visited.
A year-round tropical paradise in the South China Sea.
The coastal city of Qingdao — China’s beer capital — is an ideal destination for your summer trip.