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Traveling to China   Tags: china, tourism, travel  

A quick guide to important information about traveling to and within China such as packing and things to explore!
Last Updated: Dec 5, 2011 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Hello Travelers!

This guide is meant to serve as a starting point to traveling to China from sites to see to how you can pack light.  Of course, it won't cover every place to go visit in China or all the things you should know about traveling to foreign countries, but I've tried to make it as thorough as possible.  In this guide, you'll find selected databases such as Bibliography of Asian Studies and websites such as to help you find useful information about your travels.  Some helpful books and keywords are also mentioned throughout the guide that can help you in your research on traveling to China, or just if you want to learn more about what the country has to offer.  All the items in this guide relate to Chinese culture and traveling tips to make your travels safe, exciting and maybe even educational.  

China in the News

The New York Times has a great Travel section and provides overviews on plenty of countries.  You can even check online rates through an box on the China travel page.  Below are some links to recent articles about China.  

  • Saving Money
    This article describes multiple ways of saving money pertaining to getting there, traveling around China, and on hotel prices.
  • Beijing Eating
    If you want some more recent news on what's there to eat in China, this article discusses a government-run restaurant that replicates dishes from all over China in one place.

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Anything I've missed?

As you explore this guide, if there is any other great travel blog, website, book, etc., that you think should be on here, I would love to see what you have to suggest!  I know there are plenty of sites, books, or databases that I have missed, so if you've stumbled onto something you think is great, share it!

Contact: Joanne Hodder

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