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A Timeless Journey of Wonder and Tradition
Capital City



Approximately 1.412 billion

Total islands

more than 5,000




Chinese yuan renminbi

Amith Tours & Travels

Amith Tours & Travels


China, a land of diverse landscapes and rich cultural heritage, is home to countless beautiful places that enchant travelers. The Great Wall of China, an iconic symbol of the country, winds its way across majestic mountains, offering breathtaking views. The ethereal landscapes of Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, with its towering sandstone pillars, inspired the floating mountains in the movie “Avatar.”

While China is not known for its beaches, it boasts picturesque coastal regions such as Sanya and Xiamen. Sanya’s Yalong Bay is a tropical paradise with crystal-clear waters and palm-fringed beaches. Xiamen, on the southeastern coast, is famous for its scenic Gulangyu Island, where visitors can stroll through charming streets and relax on scenic beaches.

China’s tourist attractions are as diverse as its landscapes. The Forbidden City in Beijing, with its opulent palaces and historic treasures, offers a glimpse into the country’s imperial past. The Terracotta Army in Xi’an, with its thousands of life-sized statues, is a testament to China’s ancient civilization. The picturesque Li River in Guilin is renowned for its karst mountains and scenic river cruises.

In addition to natural and cultural wonders, China also boasts modern marvels like Shanghai’s futuristic skyline and the towering Shanghai Tower. The bustling markets of Beijing, such as the Silk Market and Panjiayuan Antique Market, offer a treasure trove of shopping opportunities. Whether exploring ancient landmarks or marveling at contemporary architecture, China promises a captivating journey for every traveler.


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    Visa Information

    • Visa Types: China offers various visa types, including tourist (L visa), business (M visa), and work (Z visa) visas, among others.

    • Visa Application: To obtain a visa, visitors typically need to submit their passport, a completed visa application form, a recent passport-sized photo, and supporting documents such as travel itinerary, hotel bookings, and proof of financial means.

    • Duration and Validity: The duration of stay and visa validity can vary based on the visa type and individual circumstances. Tourist visas usually allow for stays of 30 days, while business visas may allow for longer stays.

    • Visa Application Process: Visitors can apply for a Chinese visa at the Chinese embassy or consulate in their home country or through a visa processing center. It is advisable to apply well in advance of the intended travel date.

    • Additional Requirements: Depending on the visa type, additional requirements such as invitation letters, flight itineraries, or proof of business activities may be necessary.

    • Visa-Free Transit: China also offers visa-free transit policies for certain nationalities, allowing transit passengers to stay in designated areas for a limited duration without a visa. These policies may vary based on the transit city and duration of stay.

    • Visa Extensions: In some cases, visitors already in China may be eligible for visa extensions if they need to prolong their stay. Extensions can be requested at local Public Security Bureau (PSB) Exit and Entry Administration offices.

    It is important for travelers to check the latest visa requirements and regulations, as they can be subject to change. It is recommended to consult the Chinese embassy or consulate in the visitor’s home country for up-to-date and specific visa information.


    • Airports: China has several major international airports, including Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK), Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG), and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN), among others.

    • Airlines: Many international airlines offer flights to China, including both full-service carriers and low-cost airlines. Some popular airlines flying to China include Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, and Hainan Airlines.

    • Direct Flights: There are direct flights available from many major cities around the world to China’s main airports. Non-stop flights from major international hubs such as New York, London, Dubai, Tokyo, and Sydney are common.

    • Connecting Flights: For travelers coming from regions without direct flights, connecting flights are available through major transit hubs. Common transit cities include Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Hong Kong.

    • Flight Duration: The flight duration to China depends on the departure location and the specific route. From Europe or North America, the average flight duration is around 12-15 hours, while flights from Asia-Pacific regions can be shorter.

    • Flight Options: Visitors can choose from different cabin classes, including economy, premium economy, business class, and first class, depending on their budget and preferences. Some airlines also offer special promotions and deals for travel to China.

    • Airport Services: China’s international airports are equipped with facilities such as duty-free shops, currency exchange counters, restaurants, and lounges to ensure a comfortable travel experience.

    Health Information

    Vaccinations: It is advisable to check with your healthcare provider or travel clinic at least 4-6 weeks before your trip to China to ensure you are up to date on routine vaccinations. Additional vaccinations such as Hepatitis A, Hepatitis B, and Typhoid may be recommended depending on the duration and nature of your visit.

    Travel Insurance: It is highly recommended to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses, including emergency evacuation, during your stay in China.

    Food and Water Safety: To prevent foodborne illnesses, it is important to consume food from reputable establishments and avoid street food or undercooked/raw food. Drink bottled water or use water purification methods, such as boiling or using water purification tablets, to ensure safe drinking water.

    Air Quality: In some major cities in China, air pollution can be a concern. Consider monitoring air quality levels and take necessary precautions, such as wearing masks or limiting outdoor activities on days with poor air quality.

    Altitude Sickness: If you plan to visit high-altitude regions such as Tibet, take proper precautions to prevent altitude sickness, including acclimatizing gradually and staying well-hydrated.

    Medications: If you take any prescription medications, ensure you have an adequate supply for the duration of your stay in China. It is also advisable to carry a copy of your prescription and any necessary medical documents.

    Medical Facilities: China has modern medical facilities in major cities, but the quality of healthcare may vary in more remote or rural areas. It is advisable to have travel insurance that covers medical evacuation in case of emergencies.

    Weather & When To Go

    China has a diverse climate due to its vast size and geographical variations. Here is a general overview of the weather and the best time to visit different regions of China:

    • Northern China (Beijing, Xi’an): Summers (June to August) are hot and dry, while winters (December to February) are cold and snowy. The best time to visit is during spring (April to May) and autumn (September to October) when the weather is mild and pleasant.

    • Eastern China (Shanghai, Hangzhou): Summers are hot and humid, with occasional typhoons in coastal areas. Winters are cool to cold. Spring and autumn offer comfortable temperatures and are ideal for outdoor activities.

    • Southern China (Guangzhou, Hong Kong): Subtropical climate with high humidity and abundant rainfall. Summers are hot and wet, while winters are mild. The best time to visit is during spring and autumn when the weather is relatively pleasant.

    • Western China (Chengdu, Lhasa): Varies from temperate to alpine climate. Summers are mild and rainy, while winters can be cold with snow in higher elevations. Spring and autumn are good seasons to visit for mild weather and blooming landscapes.

    • Tibet and Himalayan Region: High-altitude region with cold winters and cool summers. The best time to visit is from April to October when the weather is relatively mild and the skies are clear.

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