Days Inn Forbidden City
Location: Hotel is located in the central of the city. 3 minutes by walk to the subway station. 5 minutes by walk to the Forbidden City. It's also quite close to the famous sightseeing such as Tian An Men square, Beihai Park. Room are medium in size with modern decoration. One restaurant offers a...
Travel Dates: 1 March - 12 May 2018.
Novotel Beijing Peace Hotel
Novotel Beijing Peace is situated in Beijing and features an all-inclusive meal plan and an indoor pool. Only a short walk from Wangfujing, it provides modern rooms equipped with a private bathroom, slippers and a mini bar. This 4-star hotel offers an express check-in and check-out feature, Corpo...
Travel Dates: 1 April - 31 May 2018.
Crowne Plaza Beijing Wangfujing
Set on bustling Wangfujing Avenue, the newly renovated Crowne Plaza Beijing stands in the heart of the city's vibrant shopping and international business centres, such as Oriental Plaza, Financial Street and CBD. The hotel is just 45 minutes drive from Beijing International Airport and 15 minutes...
Travel Dates: 1 March - 28 May 2018.
Rich culture, delicious food, incredible architecture and stunning landscapes
As the world's oldest continuous civilisation, it was first unified in 221 BC, under Emperor Qin Shi Huang. Its the tomb of this ruler the Terracotta Army is guarding at Xi'an. Later, the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) is known for trade and exploration and during this time Beijing's famous architectural and cultural treasures, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven, were built. Beyond the capital, China's other metropolitan drawcard is Shanghai. The skyline from The Bund is a spectacular tribute to engineering and neon.
Hong Kong and Macau also have their contemporary attractions and Tibet has its spiritual flavour but there are great sweeps of countryside to enjoy across China. Temples and teahouses to explore and of course, the Great Wall of China to walk. It's a misconception the Wall is an unbroken fortification – it's in sections; some of which are restored and heavy with tourists, others have a more authentic feel. Wherever you go, the food will be light years away from your local takeaway but that's the point. A holiday in China takes you far into another world.