5 Useful Websites When Traveling Alone to China

Besides the website such as Tripadvisor, Lonely Planet, CNN Go, Rough Guides ... each country has a unique repository of information for those interested in traveling to that country. For those who are preparing plans to travel to China - which is quite difficult to find a guide in English - then the following websites will be necessary for you.

Travelchinaguide.com

Travelchinaguide

Travelchinaguide

TravelChinaGuide is actually a leading China travel agency offers private China tours and small group tours to Beijing, Xian, and Tibet. However, besides commercial purposes, the website also provides a lot of information for tourists - those who want to explore alone without buying tour.

Websites have a friendly user interfaces to understand and navigate, including careful and coherent presentation to facilitate readers. For each of the famous city, the website will offer informative overview such as the location, movement, weather, and way of hotel booking.  

Then you can continuously learn about destinations in town, complete with information from historical and cultural significance, tips for transportation such as bus and subway. Almost all of information can also be found in useful website.

Chinahighlights.com

Chinahighlights

Chinahighlights

Like China Travel Guide, China Highlights is a tour consultant service but also provides useful information for tourists. This is one of the most prestigious sites in China, was also recommended by Tripadvisor readers.

You can find more details about the attractions, how to get there, weather, gourmet restaurants, good shopping place, the famous festival, activities suitable for children.. . However, the level of detail is not that clear compared Travel China Guide, the information here is quite concise.

Tour-beijing.com/blog

China Travel blogs

China Travel blogs

Regarding to the popularity, this travel blog is not equal to the other two websites mentioned above. Yet the Tour-beijing.com website is loved by so many users and even is regarded as "savior" in this barely English speaking country. Tour-Beijing.com went online on August 22, 2000, is one of the earliest online China travel websites based in Beijing. It is not just a real and reputable travel agency based in Beijing – and is also where bloggers share their experience.

Usually, this blog post is written as companion experience. This mean the write go directly to the destination, capture and annotate that place. It is therefore very easy to understand and attractive. Although some price information is not updated, but in general, most of the advices on this page are very reliable and useful. Moreover, some special unique information, giving the best place to watch the sunset and enjoy the most beautiful place for photography can be found here.

However, the biggest drawback of this website is quite glitzy, difficult to follow.

English.ctrip.com

Ctrip

Ctrip

Ctrip is an online train ticket booking site, which is very popular in China. Most foreign tourists are wishing to go by the high speed trains, this site therefore support English language. Apart from train tickets, you can also book hotels, airline tickets and tour through this website.

Buying the tickets online is simple, you can simply choose the location, destination, train station (the major cities often have more than one station) and departure time. Passengers can easily pay with Visa and Master Card. You get a ticket number and reservation code. Upon arriving at the station, you will need to use the code to exchange for a ticket. If you arrive late, you'll get another ticket (if available) without any charge.

Echinacities.com

Echinacities

Echinacities

This is the handbook of information towards all the major cities in China in English. But it is not only in the field of tourism, you even can find ads seek employment here. However, the tourism sector is mostly highlighted.

In the City Guides, the website offers 41 tours of the city, which is the most detailed in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen ..., as much as you can find the shop eat, most exclusive cafe in Tianzifang (Shanghai), opening hours and price...

 

JM (whereto.vn)

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