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by:Two Eight     2019-09-23
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China is a big country of 9,596,960 square kilometers.
Since 1980, China has only been open to the world and has been a Communist country for decades.
Although China has made great progress in tourism and infrastructure, there are still areas to improve before reaching the level that most tourists need.
Interestingly, however, it is different from the rest of the world.
China will host the 2008 Olympic Games.
Tourism facilities and infrastructure will improve rapidly as we approach 2008.
China has rich culture and history.
Visit the Great Wall of China in Beijing, taste Chinese tea in Xiamen, dance with ethnic tribes in Yunnan, and view 19th-century European architecture in Qingdao
There are a lot of things to do and see in China!
China needs entry visas from most countries.
Before traveling to China, please apply at the Chinese consulate or through a travel agency.
Extremely diverse;
A tropical region from south to north of the Arctic.
Get the right season clothes ready.
The unit of money is called RMB or yuan.
Before traveling, buy some RMB in your local country.
In China, foreign currency is exchanged for local currency at banks or hotels.
Bank given of interest rates often slightly higher than the hotel.
Please note that some banks rest between 12 noon2pm.
Credit cards or traveler's checks are used in the best hotels and shopping malls.
Smaller hotels and shops only charge cash.
Once out of the big city, credit cards and ATM cards are almost unusable.
Cash is still king in China's commerce and trade.
Counterfeit banknotes are common in China.
Please check carefully before accepting the changes, especially if the changes mainly contain 100RMB notes.
Where the counterfeit money is, you can feel the difference in texture.
Most civil servants, customs officers, police officers, hotel staff and men on the street do not speak English and do not speak a little English at best.
Most of the signs and notices are in English and Chinese.
Note, however, that some translations may be so notorious that it is difficult for people to understand what it was originally intended for in Chinese.
Don't expect a hotel or store to understand English.
Only a very large hotel will have English-speaking staff.
If you speak slowly, most young people can understand basic English.
China is usually a safe country.
However, especially in crowded and popular tourist attractions in tourist cities such as Beijing and Xi'an, please grab your wallet tightly.
On the streets of these tourist cities there are plenty of touting places, from currency exchanges to jewelry stores to female friends.
Avoid at all costs!
Buses, trains, ferries and domestic flights are well developed.
Avoid the crowds at the station and book tickets through the hotel tour desk or the nearest travel agent.
The price may be competitive and tickets will be delivered to your hotel room.
Similarly, avoid getting close to your ticket dealer on the street.
Cheap local bus ($0 ). 10 or YS$0.
You might want to give it a try.
Taxis are convenient and available at any time.
The starting fare for each city is different and may be as cheap as $0.
Weihai $70, $1. 50 in Shenzhen.
Avoid traveling to China during peak holidays or book tickets in advance.
In China, the hotel has a great choice from one star to the most luxurious 6 stars.
Most of the time the rooms are safe and clean and cheap doesn't mean bad in my opinion.
There are many websites selling Chinese Hotel Rooms Online.
You can also check the tourist counters at most trains, bus stops and airports.
If traveling during peak season, book in advance.
Chinese New Year: dates vary, but generally at the end of January or early February.
Avoid traveling during this period.
Book your room and travel mode in advance if you need to travel.
Believe me, the crowd will be scary during this time.
What do you expect when the entire 8 billion Chinese nation is also on holiday?
Great local food.
Try as many Chinese dishes as you can, regardless of your wallet or belly.
The restaurant is everywhere and open late into the night.
Most restaurants have menus with photos of various dishes on them.
Even better, just point to the food on the table next door to you, especially the food that looks delicious!
However, if your stomach is fragile, avoid street stalls and drink directly from the tap.
Mobile phone coverage is good in most places in China. Global auto-
Roaming within China is not a problem. There is a network
Cafes are everywhere in China, especially in tourist areas.
Most people are young people who play online games, but you can still check out your Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail.
Access may be a bit slow for international sites.
Since China has strict regulations on Internet cafes, you need to show your passport.
One of the worst experiences many people have experienced in China is poor toilet facilities.
Things have improved a lot, but it may still be a good idea to empty your stomach or bladder at every opportunity in a hotel, restaurant or department store.
Public toilets and toilets in small shops can be a danger to the nose!
Try to get an English speaking guide at every opportunity.
China has a rich and wonderful history and culture. without a tour guide, the taste and meaning of most tourist attractions will disappear.
* Sneaky tip: If you can't afford an English speaking guide, go to a team with an English speaking guide!
Always ask the taxi driver for a receipt so you can complain if you are cheated and if you happen to leave the camera in the taxi you can complain too.
Try to get business cards for each hotel you stay at as these cards will have a map of the Chinese address and your hotel location.
This is useful if you need help finding the way back, as the English version or pronunciation of the name of the hotel or street may be very different from the Chinese version.
After a tired day, check out Chinese pedicure or Chinese massage.
After a hard day, it was great for the body and cheap.
Just keep an eye out for the store logo showing 2 feet!
They are everywhere.
Make friends with Chinese as much as you can.
They like to meet foreigners and will be a good guide.
Just buy a small gift as a small thank you.
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