|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in China:||$132/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$6/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Chengdu oBango Hostel Wenshu Monastery
No. 2 Xinghui Road West, Jinniu, Chengdu, China
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Holiday Inn Express Beijing Dongzhimen
No. 1 Chunxiu Road, Dongcheng Di, Chaoyang, Beijing, China
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Beijing Wang Fu Jing Jade Hotel
No. 5 North Zhide Alley, Dongcheng, Beijing, China
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Parkyard Hotel Shanghai
No.699 Bibo Road, Pudong, Shanghai, China
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Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World
88 Nanjing West Road, Huangpu, Shanghai, China
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China is a country of incredible diversity, where futuristic cities stand alongside ancient temples and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are more than 200 spectacular national parks to explore, with landscapes ranging from sandy beaches to snow-capped mountains. Food is an undeniable highlight, so save your appetite for steaming bowls of hotpot and plates piled high with chow mein, dumplings and pork balls.
Studded with shimmering skyscrapers and futuristic towers, cities in China will redefine your definition of urban. In Beijing, the 798 Art District showcases the city’s creative side. The trendy neighbourhood is filled with independent galleries, cafes and boutiques.
There are countless opportunities to step back in time in China, whether you’re walking along the mighty Great Wall or marvelling at the ancient Terracotta Army. Built in the 1400s, the Forbidden City recalls the imperial grandeur of the Ming Dynasty.
Cuisine has always been a highlight in China, with specialties varying significantly depending on cultural traditions and geography. The north will tantalise your tastebuds with bold flavours and crispy textures. Dig into a spicy Chongqing hotpot, devour a bowl of hand-pulled Lanzhou noodles and head to the coast for ocean-fresh seafood.
China has an enormous geographical footprint that encompasses mountains, deserts, beaches and everything in between. In Tibet, you’ll find yourself surrounded by snow-capped peaks and cobalt-blue lakes, while the riverside resort town of Yangshuo is nestled among soaring karsts and picturesque countryside. If you’re craving adventure, nothing compares to a night sleeping under the stars at Everest Base Camp.
Sandy beaches and crystal-clear water make Sanya one of the most sought-after beach destinations in China. Luxury resorts dot the coastline and are perfect for enjoying a sun-kissed getaway. Just offshore, Wuzhizhou Island offers snorkelling and diving opportunities at its colourful coral reef.
China boasts one of the most efficient train networks in the world, with all regions connected by rail. Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Guangzhou are all serviced by metro networks. Domestic flights can be a fast and affordable way to travel within China while long-distance buses are also an option.
When visiting China, consider checking out Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou as some of the most sought after locations.
One of the most popular hotels in China is The Garden Hotel Guangzhou, which has been reviewed by 1,063 users and currently has a rating of 8.5/10. Other top-rated locations include Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich and China Hotel, which have received 8.7/10 and 8.2/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Choose hotels in China that allow you to experience some of the most popular bars and restaurants. Whether it’s the high-end clubs of Shanghai, craft beer pubs in Beijing or the 24-hour scene in Macau, China has something for everyone. Shanghai is one of the most popular places to visit if you want to party into the night. Clubs like The Geisha combine music, dance and food so that you can tick all your boxes. You can stay at Jin Jiang Tower, only a short walk away. In the capital, you can test out a range of locally brewed beers at Great Leap Brewing, located close to the Holiday Inn Express Beijing Dongzhimen. Whereas if you’re at the casinos in Macau, you can enjoy local cuisines at restaurants like Urban Kitchen. If you want a hotel that’s a short taxi ride from this restaurant, then you can stay at L Hotel Changsheng.
There are lots of things to do in China with your family. You can visit the Great Wall of China, with a section made especially accessible for kids in the Mutianyu area. Here you can also enjoy a toboggan ride down from the top of the Wall. If you stay in north Beijing at a hotel like China National Convention Centre, you’ll be well-located near buses that can take you to this part of the wall. Another great activity to do with kids is to see the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Pandas. The Tibet Hotel Chengdu is a good hotel to base yourself if you want to be a short drive from the pandas. Alternatively, head to Disneyland Park in Shanghai, where you and your family can enjoy a range of great rides.
There are lots of things to see in China. The most popular festival in the country is Chinese New Year, which occurs in late January or early February. You can enjoy a festival feel, parades and parties. Stay at Hotel Kapok, in the centre of Beijing, to have great access to the festivities. Another great thing to see is The Museum of Qin Terracotta Warriors and Horses, an ancient site that is quite the spectacle. You can stay at Jin Jiang International Hotel Xi’an, which isn’t far from the site by taxi. One of the best museums to visit in China is the Memorial of the Nanjing Massacre, which provides information about the Japanese invasion in 1937.
There is some excellent accommodation in China that offers you access to beautiful beaches. Yalong Bay on Hainan Island offers golden sands and blue seas. If you want to be a stone’s throw away from the beach, you can stay at China accommodation such as Yalong Bay Mangrove Tree Resort. The Gold Coast, east of Beijing, is also a great beach to visit, offering sandy beaches and opportunities to enjoy water sports. Gulangyu Beach, also known as the “Garden on the Sea”, offers you incredible scenery and a place where you can take it at your own pace. If you want to be close to the beach on foot, you can stay at China hotels like the Asia Gulf Hotel.