You are here: Home » Chengdu Travel Guide> »China Tour, Travel Guide China Tour Beijing .Imperial City ShangHai Xi’An, ShannXi ChengDu GuiLin Tibet Yangtze river cruise GanSu LiJiang How to Plan China Tour|itinerary define the time frame of your holiday choose which city tours to vist,concern the best time of scenic spot.and make your travel itinerary you can get the quotation from westchinago travel service’s custome-making itinerary apply visa ,book hotel,air tickets… check westchinago’s china travel guide PDF File.(what to pack before tour.how to deal with situation being in the tour….) westchinago travel service will offer you professional itinerary plan.according to your interest,time…. Chinese Visa Visa News Introduction to Chinese Visa How to Apply Visa for HK/Macao SAR Fees, Processing Time & Payments Download Application Forms Contact Chinese Embassy in Washington DC FAQs http://www.westchinago.com/china-144-hour-72-hour-transit-visa-free-policy-twov.html China Weather The weather varies in China throughout the year and in different regions. China Food What to Pack for China Tour China Tour Packing List 1.Bring all the necessary documents you need to travel in China. 2.Carry your passport with you at all times 3.Bring any other medications you may need on your trip as well. 4.Bring clothes according to the season when you are traveling ……………………. more info Best Time to Visit China Weather details are given below and these certainly play a part in deciding when to go, but a far bigger factor in your calculations should be the movement of domestic tourists. Three days paid vacation are given to workers for three major holidays in the year. The dates of these celebrations are carefully chosen so that workers in Chinese companies always have 7 continuous days of vacation time, known as the “Golden Week.” These national holidays were first started by the government for China’s National Day in 1999 and are primarily intended to help expand the domestic tourism market, improve the national standard of living, and allow people to make long-distance family visits. During the longer public holidays, Chinese tourists take to the road in the tens or even hundreds of millions, crowding all forms of transportation, booking out hotels, and turning even the quietest tourist sights into seas of humanity. In part as a result of these Golden Weeks, the number of domestic Chinese tourists has shot from 280 million in 1990 to a whopping 1.4 billion in 2006, the majority of these being peasants from rural areas. This should give you a clear idea of how crowded many of the “must-see” spots have become. Of course, if you really want to get a feel for the size of China’s population, then this is a fine time to travel; otherwise give public holidays a miss. China has three Golden Week holidays: the May Day holiday, the National Day holiday, and the Spring Festival holiday. Cellphone & SIM Card China Power Plug In China the power sockets are of type A, C and I. The standard voltage is 220 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz. Below you find pictures of the applied power sockets and corresponding plugs. And we provide more information about the voltage and frequency. more info China SIM Card It’s easy to get a pre-paid SIM card in China mobile networks, however there are a few wrinkles that you should be aware of — so here is a guide to help you figure out which the best SIM card to get when you come to China. more info Internet & WIFI STAY Connected in China Wi-fi accessibility in hotels, cafes, restaurants and bars is generally good outside of hotel, you can get online by buying sim traffic package. VPN services and servers can still be blocked by the Great Firewall ……………………. more info Activities & Shows in China Book US by Viator ChengDu Day Tour More Detail WestChinaGo @ Tripadvisor Every good review from us heart-dedicated service More Detail Leave A Message: Required Info * Required Info * 1+1=?