Your China Travel Guide of History

China - Discover the country of Dynasties and old traditions

China isn’t just a place to visit for a vacation, it is a destination where you can discover an ancient and incredible culture and history that is vastly different from what you’d expect. China is one of the four ancient civilizations of the world, and it boasts over 3000 years of history.

 

From natural wonders and impressive monuments of ancient heritage to a fascinating variety of cuisines, ethnic cultures, and customs, China is a country that has something for every kind of traveler. Therefore, if you are thinking about visiting China, here is a quick travel guide to China.

Why visit China?

China is an ancient country, and its monumental treasures exceed every other country because of its sheer size and long history. From several ancient palaces to buried armies, pagodas, giant buddhas, temples, and above all the great wall of china. There is so much fascinating history in the country that it is impossible to experience all of it in a single trip. In fact, it would take an entire lifetime.

 

As far as natural beauty goes, China goes above and beyond. It has several natural wonders and some of the most scenic beauty in the world. You should definitely visit places like Huangguoshu Waterfall, Kanas Lake, Lugu Lake, Jiuzhai Valley National Park, and Sagarmatha National Park.

 

China also has an incredible food culture, and each region has its own unique and incredible cuisines. Your taste pallet will also experience a lot of new sensations, as will you while traveling in China. Food is an essential part of the local culture, and you should consider visiting China near the Chinese new year to experience an incredible discipline of culture, and cuisine in China.

The temple of Confucius, Qufu

Best time to visit China?

China is a massive country, and the best time to visit is during spring or autumn when the weather is warm and dry. The summers can be quite hot and humid in some areas, and the winters can be cold. Since, because of china’s sheer size, no matter what time of the year to visit China, there will always be someplace with good weather.

 

In general, the ideal time to travel to the western part of China is between April and October.

Travel Budget for China?

If you are traveling on a tight budget, and you get by on an average of about $28 per day, this means that you are going to avoid staying in big cities that can be expensive, and look for youth hostels rather than expensive hotels.

 

For a more luxurious trip, where you are going to stay in expensive hotels, and major cities, you should plan a budget of about $192 per day.

 

Still, for an average trip, that isn’t too luxe, either too cheap, you can have a great time in China with a budget of about $72-$75 per day.

Visa for China?

Unlike many other countries, China doesn’t provide a visa exception for most western cities, only 14 regional countries are exempted, therefore, you’ll probably need to apply for a visa. However, some countries including the US and the UK can get a tourist card on arrival, and stay for up to 30 days.

 

So, here are some general requirements for a tourist visa to China, however, keep in mind that there may be some different requirements depending on your country or origin.

 

  • A valid passport for at least the next 6 months, along with photocopies of the min page.
  • A filled-up Tourist Visa Application form.
  • Recent passport-sized photos Photo with white background
  • Round trip tickets
  • Proof of accommodation, either hotel bookings or an invitation from a Chinese local.

A tourist visa to China will cost $140 for people from the US, and UK citizens will have to pay 151 pounds

The start of a historical trip through China starts here...

On the right you will find a list of the best historical destinations of the country. This is where you will learn more about the interesting history of China.

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