The Asian nation, China, is the embodiment of all things mysterious, exotic, and beautiful under the Sun. Make your way through the colossal Great Wall of China, and get a deep insight into Chinese culture at the Forbidden City, and the enormous Summer Palace, at the capital city Beijing. Hop on to a luxury cruise at the Yangtze gorge, take a tour of the vibrant cities, and bask in the tranquility of the ancient temples in China.

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Must Do Adventure

  • Visit one of the Seven Wonders of the World on the China Tour that is the Great Wall Of China. Visit Mutianyu, Jinshanling, Jiankou, Simatai, Huanghuacheng, Gubeikou, Juyongguan, Huangyaguan, and Shanghai, which the most beautifully restored parts of the Great Wall of China that is 6000km long.

    Marvel at the Great Wall of China
  • Get introduced to the eight different cuisines of China on the China Tour. Sample the Shandong cuisine of salty and fresh seafood, spicy and hot Hunan and Sichuan cuisine, light and sweet seafood of the Guangdong cuisine, Fujian and Anhui cuisine of wild food.

    Savor the famous cuisines of China
  • Take a trip to the Terracotta Army Museum and check out the fascinating battalion of terracotta warriors arranged in the perfect order as through ready to fight in battles. The terracotta warriors consist of terracotta sculptures that depict the army of Qin Shi Huang, the first of all the Emperors of China.

    Let the Terracotta Warriors impress you

Bucket List Experience

Beijing | Bucket List Group Travel


Climb the restored sections of the Great Wall of China in Beijing on the China Tour. Explore the imperial palace of China in the Forbidden City and marvel at the architectural wonder of The Temple Of Heaven. Delve deeper into popular culture with a trip to Tian’anmen Square and take a lovely rickshaw ride through the maze of alleys or Hutongs. Feast on the delicious roast duck and take a stroll in the Summer Palace before beholding the fascinating opera performances at Liyuan Theater.

Xi’an | Bucket List Group Travel


Make a trip to the Mausoleum of Qin Shi Huang at Xi’an that houses the vast army of Terracotta Warriors on the China Tour. Satiate your lust for adventure by climbing the dangerous hiking trails of Mt. Huashan. Visit Shaanxi History Museum to discover more about ancient China and dine on delicacies at Zhenai Lishan Daqin Xiaoyan Restaurant. Travel back in time at Yuanjia Village and visit the quintessential Drum and Bell Towers before settling for a sumptuous vegetarian feast at Tian Long Bao Yan.  

Shanghai | Bucket List Group Travel


Revel amid the neon lights, skyscrapers, fashion, bustling markets, and more at Shanghai on the China Tour. Explore the intricate network of alleyways, crumbling buildings, street food, and temples at Zhujiajiao and soak in the traditional culture of China at Yu Yuan and Cheng Huang Miao. Check out the pretty arts and crafts Tian Zi Fang and get lost in the world of accessories at Science and Technology Subway Station Market. Sample the steamed dumplings at Din Tai Fung. Party hard at M1nt and relax at The Bund in the evening. 

Suzhou | Bucket List Group Travel


Marvel at the lush and flowery gardens of Suzhou on the China Tour. Admire the exquisite design of the Humble Administrator’s Garden, and the winding corridors and beautiful pavilions of the Lingering Garden. Become one with Chinese culture at Tiger Hill and take an idyllic wooden boat tour along the serpentine canals Zhouzhuang. Enjoy the delightful Kun Opera and let the delicate silk embroidery work at Su Embroidery amaze your senses.

Hangzhou | Bucket List Group Travel


Luxuriate the picturesque landscapes of Hangzhou on the China Tour. Visit the ten idyllic scenic spots of the West Lake that include glorious temples, pagodas, and gardens. Check out the sacred halls of the grand Lingyin Temple, and stand amazed at the stone Buddha statues at Fei Lai Feng Mountain. Let the mysterious tales of Leifeng Pagoda mystify you and get awestruck by the pastoral beauty of wildlife and scenery at Xixi Wetland Park. Sample the Hang Dim Sum at Zhi Wei Guan. 

Zhangjiajie | Bucket List Group Travel


Check out the vivid formations at Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and admire the striking beauty of the Tianzi Mountain Nature Reserve at Zhangjiajie on the China Tour. Step into the fairy world of forests, stones, lakes, waterfalls, limestone caves, clouds, fog, flora, and fauna at the beautiful Suoxi Valley. Explore the elaborate interior of waterfalls and caverns at Yellow Dragon Cave and get an overdose of excitement with the famous Glass Skywalk while clinging to rugged cliffs at Tianmen Mountain National Park.

When to Visit

Peak Season

The months between March and May and September to November mark the peak seasons of going on the China Tour. 

Travel Guide


The largest country of Asia that is China lies in East Asia, along the coast of the Pacific Ocean.

Capital City

Beijing is the capital of China.

Main Airport

Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing is the most important international and domestic airport in China.

Language Spoken

The most widely spoken language in China is Mandarin. However, you will get around reasonably on the China Tour if you know English.


The currency of China is Renminbi.


Apply at the Chinese Embassy or the Consulate General to acquire a tourist visa to China.


The standard values vary between 100 volts and 60 Hertz. Carry electric converters to use your appliances on the China Tour.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, encephalitis, polio, and tetanus before signing up for the China tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial 110 for police, 120 for an ambulance, 119 for the fire brigade and ambulance.

FAQs about China

What is internet access like in China?

Wi-Fi access is available all over China, but social networking sites are blocked. So download VPNs to access social media.

Can I use my mobile/cell phone while in China?

Unlock your cell phone by anyone of the carriers that include China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom for using mobile phones.

What are the toilets like in China?

The Chinese toilet requires squatting, but you will find Western-style toilets too in hotels, cafes, and restaurants.

Can I drink the water in China?

Do not drink tap water in China. Filtered, boiled, or bottled water is safe for drinking.

Are credit cards accepted widely in China?

China accepts all major debit and credit cards, especially MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club, JCB, Federal, Visa, and more.

What is ATM access like in China?

China is very ATM-friendly and accepts all debit and credit cards, excepting a few.

What to wear in China?

Wear your favorite skirts, dresses, shirts, tops, tunics, paired with shorts, pants. Pack in a few light jackets and cardigans too.

Is China safe for women to travel solo?

China is quite safe for women to travel solo.