Driving on National Highway G318 offers the chance to experience landscapes that vary from basin to plateau.
From bright yellow to flaming red, China’s autumn colors will give you a new perspective on the outdoors.
You may know Macao as China’s Las Vegas, but what else?
The karst landscapes, varied ethnic customs and beautiful islands make Guangxi one of the best destinations on China’s southern coast.
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 major outposts on the ancient Silk Road, Ningxia and its oases were an intersection for many cultures in Chinese history – primarily Muslim, Han, Jewish and Mongol.
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.