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Which Best city in china will recommend

  • markalan0123

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    i haven't gone in china before i am making plan for tour who will guide me for my tour please....

    #1 Posted: 12/12/2013 - 08:34

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  • caseyprich

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    On another thread you said:

    "Most popular cities in china i really like it

    Guilin (Yangshuo/Longsheng)
    Jiuzhaigou
    Huangshan
    Shangri-la
    "

    #2 Posted: 12/12/2013 - 20:01

  • China_explo-
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    If you only go to one place then it must be Beijing. It is the capital, has a tons of history and all the major tourist attractions. How can you say that you have been to China if you have not been on the Great Wall?

    #3 Posted: 13/12/2013 - 15:06

  • markalan0123

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    You know the media is so fast I just said I do like most popular cities of china this this this I haven't gone before its true but I want to go and visit china I have heard a lot about it.

    #4 Posted: 16/12/2013 - 08:41

  • caseyprich

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    Depending on length of stay your most common trip will be Beijing for a few days, Xi'an for a few days, a flight down to Shanghai for a couple of days, maybe a day trip to Hangzhou. If still time left then head south to explore Huangshan and the World Heritage 'villages' there and then to Guilin/Yangshou for the karst rock formations. Perhaps ending in Hong Kong with a flight out from there.

    #5 Posted: 16/12/2013 - 18:29

  • AliceW

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    Beijing, Xian $ Shanghai are three most visited cities, and best choices for the first time visitors to China, as they show Chinese history, culture and the country's dramatic changes.

    #6 Posted: 17/12/2013 - 01:22

  • jackwilliam-
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    Beijing, Xain n Shanghai, i like these cities...

    #7 Posted: 17/12/2013 - 10:01

  • roxaane

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    You totally need to go to Chengdu.It has a tremendous history and culture, No media interuptions and friendly folks.

    #8 Posted: 17/12/2013 - 23:45

  • alexjorge21-
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    Beijing, Shanghai

    #9 Posted: 27/12/2013 - 01:57

  • Ivylnn

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    If you went to the mainland China, and interested in Chinese culture. I recommend Beijing(capital of China),LuoYang(the old capital of ancient China) and Shenzhen(which is in a high-speed development and next to HongKong).Whether you're interested in landscape I think Tibet will be your best choice, and then is Lugu lake of Liliang city, then is Xiamen (Gulang island) if you come in winter I really think HuangShan is also a nice place.

    #10 Posted: 17/4/2014 - 03:09

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  • caseyprich

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    I think Shanghai would be a much better choice than Shenzhen for a high-speed city that also has some culture.

    #11 Posted: 17/4/2014 - 19:27

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