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Voted China’s most romantic city, Xiamen is a popular coastal city renowned for its pristine beaches, fresh seafood and relaxed life style.
Chongqing, China’s largest city by area, is well known for its spicy hotpot and sprawling urban city-scape surrounded by picturesque natural beauty.
Hai’an is billed as China’s first modern city. The pleasant scenery, climate and diverse cultural background make it an ideal place to immerse yourself in traditional culture.
Lying in the center of the Songliao Plain and located in the northeast corner of China, Changchun is surrounded by vast forests and has four distinct seasons. Changchun is also one of four "National Garden Cities" because of its high urban greening rate.
Shunde, the hometown of Bruce Lee, is the culinary capital of the China. It is regarded as the home of Cantonese opera and Chinese lion dancing.
Enjoy beachside BBQ’s during the warm summer months followed by skiing in the beautiful winter months in China’s jewel of the northeast, Dalian.
Guangzhou is the cultural and political center of Cantonese culture. Many of the Chinese dishes enjoyed around the world originated in this culinary melting pot.
The walled city of Xi'an is the oldest of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. The starting point of the silk road, Xi’an is home of the famed terra cotta army and the cultural heart of China.
Situated on the shore of the East China Sea and conveniently located between Shanghai, Hangzhou and Suzhou, Pinghu is great for the weekend traveler who wants to enjoy the luxury of China’s eastern mega cities without the hefty price tag.
Birthplace of the Wu culture, Changzhou has long been known as the land of rice and fish. Located in the Yangtze delta it is ideal for those who enjoy clean air and natural beauty.