Greetings from Montana,
After having contacted the US Embassy, who in turn sent a link to their Chinese counterpart.... do we need a visa for a 2 night stay in Shanghai on our way home to the US? Would sure appreciate a little solid information.
I recently spent a month travelling around China and an absolute highlight was my 5 days in Yangshuo. The mountains and the river are absolutely stunning.
I couldn't find any detailed video travel guides online, so I decided to put one together myself. I travelled as a backpacker, so I've covered hostel prices, getting around and the best things to do (including how to get up to the infamous TV Tower viewpoint).
If you are interested, I'll leave the link here. Hopefully somebody will find it u ...
Hi, we are looking at a trip to China in August. Came across this crowd offering a package https://www.euroventure.com/china-and-hong-kong-group-tour-25-days/
Reason we are looking at organised tours is a good few people we spoke to recently said they found it difficult to organise and arrange travel within China and found locals to be standoffish and unhelpful. But we still want to go and see it all for ourselves. Does anyone have any experience or recommendations for group/organised tours fo ...
I'm looking for a city in China to live in for a month.. I don't really like moving around too much. I prefer to get somewhat integrated into the areas I'm living for a while.
My visa in Thailand is either up in 2 weeks or I may extend and stay an 30 days before I head to china. So I've got time to find somewhere suitable.
Not Beijing or Shanghai though.
I was thinking about Lijiang or Chengdu ?
I hear Lijiang is a little expensive though, I travel long term so I'd rather find somewher ...
As a recent graduate, I am thinking about doing some teaching and traveling. All I hear is good things... but I am thinking about other possibilities to travel, Korea, Vietnam, etc...?
Anyone know if China is such a hot spot as described in this article? http://allesl.com/esl-locations-teach-english-abroad/ ...
We are wondering what we should do for our proof of onward travel.
We will be applying for our visa in Hanoi and won't leave for a few days after applying for it.
I have heard of the service fly onward.com where you rent a ticket, but I think it would end up costing us a bit if we rent the ticket for the visa application 24hour rental ($26 AUD) and then rent the tickets for our border crossing 48hour rental ($44.87 AUD) we would need to spend $70 AUD on rental tickets. (This is for t ...
Just came back from a 4 days trip in Shanghai 2 weeks ago. Benefitted alot from my research on online websites like Travelfish etc.
I had a very relaxing schedule and anyone could easily squeeze the places I visited into a 3 days trip.
Below is a short video of my 4 days trip, I hope you will find this useful.
- Tianzi Fang ??? (0:27, 2:01)
- Huangpu River/The Bund ???,?? (0:52, 1:52, 2:46)
- The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel ?????? (1:03)
- Yu Garden ?? ...
we are looking for a chinese speaking couple to travel to Tibet with us.
We are an Italian couple 30 and 33. Preferably Tibet but we are aware it is quite a challenge so we could opt for Yunnan or Sichuan. We usually like to travel with any mean locsl bus/bike/hiking. we will be four so it will be possible to hire a car if you guys have a chinese license.
We are planning to go in September 2017.
Please contact me if you are interested ...
I was looking for some advice about my upcoming trip to China. I am going to Japan for 2 weeks January 18th and plan to leave sometime in early February. I have read in many guide books and heard it would be best to travel China in March. This way I could avoid any left-over New Year scramble and get some better/warmer weather. Is it worth it to head to South Asia and wait until March by touring Vietnam, Laos or Cambodia or will mid-February be ok.
Secondly, I was looking for some ad ...
I am planning a trip to Taiwan. I have heard good things about The Happy Hostel and was curious to ask, has anyone ever stayed there? They are located in southern Taiwan in a small town. It sounds perfect for a backpacker to stay at, because the location is very convenient. Thanks for your help in advance. I found these links for the hostel:
Single room: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/13757230
My girlfriend and I are going on our first backpacking adventure ever. We are starting in Bangkok 9th of July and ending the journey in Hanoi August 2. We want to travel by bus or train from Bangkok through Cambodia and Vietnam but don't know how much time we can spend in each place and where to find information about trains and buses.
Your expirences and recomandations about places to see, things to do and how to travel is much appriciated and also very inspiring. ...
I am trying to arrange a trip across China for later this year (late September to early October). It will be my first time traveling to China (I have backpacked across Indonesia/Western Europe before), and would appreciate some advice. We plan to stay c.25 days, I'll be traveling with two friends, and we will be fairly budget conscious (budget is around $2,000 excl flights to get there from South Africa). I'm not really one for big cities, so I'd like to limit the time spent in places li ...
Hey all !
So I am planning a trip to Japan/China - 27 days all in all..
My budget is Â£1000 excluding flights which are Â£450 return from the UK.
I am planning to go in hostels or couch surf a couple cities too
If anyone who has travelled to both countries and can assist me with my itinerary and budget - if it is do-able? Then please help.
May 12- to tokyo
15 mt Fuji day
18 Hiroshima back to Kyoto
19 back to Tokyo
20 Tokyo to Beijing (FLIGHT)
21 Beij ...
Hello guys, I arrived in Shanghai some weeks ago and will stay here for a couple of months to do a student exchange. Anyway, I recently walked through the Bund and passed by a hotel/art exhibition at the 'Swatch Art Peace Hotel'. They currently have a very nice exhibition, I guess it's called 'Faces & Traces'. My place is very near to the campus of the Fudan university. Do you know by chance any similar interesting museums or art exhibition in that area?
We will be arriving in Beijing on the 3rd of October and just found out this will be right in the middle of National Day Holiday which is apparently chaos as far as transport accomodation and sights are concerned, has anyone experienced being in Beijing or just China in general during a national holiday? Is it really as bad as I'm thinking it may be? ...
I used this site a lot for planing my southeast asia trip this last summer. I want to include some parts of china next time I travel but I'm finding hard to research for it. Besides a guide book, any place you suggest. If not, which guide book would you buy, knowing that I'm not yet sure where I want to go. Thanks! ...