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China tour package from Dubai

China stands as the most populated country, not in Asia but in the whole world. Besides, it stands as one of the tourist destinations because there are limitless things to do.

As a tourist, you'll have the opportunity to explore the Yangtze Gorges on a luxurious cruise ship, visit bustling cities, or seek out the peace of an ancient temple.

Visitors to China you'll enjoy the country's wide range of cultures and locals. You will meet welcoming and friendly people who will welcome you to china with open arms everywhere you go. As you plan your tour to China from Dubai, here are things to know.

Visa requirements for Dubai residents and locals to China

Visa is not required for all UAE passport holders to enter China. China is categorized as visa-free for all UAE citizens. You can enter China and stay up to 30 days without a visa. If you need to stay more days, you have to get a visa.

When travelling to China, ensure you meet other travelling requirements like vaccination requirements and have your travelling documents.

Climate in China

The climate in China differs from one region to another because there are different climates in the country. However, climate conditions are normal following this is a huge country, and topography is complex.

It rains heavily in the southern Nanling Mountains throughout the year, and the temperature never drops below 90 degrees. As a result, seasons change dramatically in central China's Huaihe and Yangtze River valleys. Summers in northeast China are short but sunny, and winters are long and frigid.

Precipitation is scarce in northwest China, where harsh winters and summers are hot. Low-latitude southwest China's topography is elevated above sea level and features vertical seasonal zones.

Temperature varies between winter and summer due to the country's dry and rainy seasons. Although, during the winter season, there is a cold and dry wind originating from the northern parts and summer season. There are southern winds from the sea at lower latitudes that are warm and moist.

In the north, the mountains and plateaus are covered in snow, while the rest of the country enjoys a warm winter and a sweltering summer.

The summer season is different in China because it is the season when there is frequent rainfall. The country's southeast has the most rain, while the northwest has the least. In May and September, though, the rains aren't as heavy as in other months. During the lengthy, cold season, it's rare to see any precipitation at all — let alone any snow, given the temperatures.

When is the best time to visit China?

Spring or autumn season is the best time to tour China. This is because a warm and dry climate prevails throughout these times, unlike the extremely cold and damp seasons common in much of America. On the other hand, with the sheer breadth of China, barring a few exceptions, there are no real restrictions on when you can visit.

In general, the best months to visit western China are April through October, when the flowers are in bloom, and the local bazaars are bustling. However, the best time to visit from June to August if you plan to cross high passes or go into the mountains is when the steppe is covered in alpine flowers.

How to get around China

China had developed means to get around the country. It is here where you can get the experience of boarding the fastest train in the world. Here is more on the best means to get around China.

Taxi

Hiring a taxi is one of the best ways to get around China. It is easy to hire taxi services, especially if you are around a major attraction site. You can also request to be connected to taxi services by the hotel's staff you are staying in.

It can be difficult to get taxi services if you are not frequent or understand Chinese because most taxi drivers understand Chinese more than English. But you can use a translator to communicate with them. If not, write down where you are going and show the driver.

By Bike

If you are touring a city or short distance, cycling is a fun way to get around. In major cities, several companies hire bicycles at affordable fees. Besides cycling is the best way to avoid traffic in the major cities and other benefits of cycling include enjoying a great view of the countryside in places.

Buses

In China's cities, buses are the backbone of public transportation. However, if you're not familiar with the system, it can be difficult to figure out most routes. The bus's numbers and destinations are visible on its exteriors. So make sure you know the bus number before you get on the train.

The bus systems in different cities might be rather different. In most regions, you get on the bus, tell the ticket collector — not the driver — your destination, and pay a fixed charge based on the number of kilometres travelled.

If you're not fluent in the language, it's best to use an English-Chinese map or write down your destination. Then, when it's time for foreign passengers to get off, the ticket collector normally gives them a signal.

By Train

In China, the railway remains the most convenient mode of transportation for various reasons. For longer journeys, trains are more comfortable than even the nicest buses, and they allow you to stop and explore the scenery along the way.

As a bonus, train stations tend to be closer to city cores than airports, and you can escape the long airport lines. In addition, the cost of a hotel room can be avoided by using sleeper services while still allowing you to spread out and unwind.

By plane

The other means you c us to quickly get around china is the plane. Several companies offer domestic flights, and the top ones are Air China, China Eastern, China Southern, and Southwest Airlines.

When booking a flight, it is important to note sometimes the flight may be delayed. Therefore check with the company to know the exact time.

Where to stay China

There are many hotels to stay in China located in different places but here are the best you can stay. The service at any of the hotels on this list is world-class, and the rooms are luxurious will all amenities you need.

Rosewood Beijing

When it comes to aesthetics, the Rosewood Hotel group has a reputation for excellence. Cultural and contemporary art are incorporated into Rosewood Beijing to help guests understand more about their destination.

Each room and suite has a selection of Chinese fiction literature, as well as a well-stocked minibar with a wide range of alcoholic beverages and Lorenzo Villoresi toiletries. The lodging's colour scheme is beige and white, with a mix of traditional and contemporary furnishings.

The hotel's warm staff is dedicated to serving your every need, from the hotels large and illuminated indoor swimming pools to the hotel's world-class on-site spa, Sense. A meal at one of Rosewood Beijing's restaurants is a once-in-a-lifetime occasion. Country Kitchen serves a wide variety of Northern Chinese dishes, including hand-pulled noodles and dumplings made from scratch.

The Peninsula Shanghai

Peninsula Shanghai is among the best hotel in China. The hotel is located a short walk to the Bund and Huangpu River, making it a great position for anyone who enjoys spectacular hotel views and scenic city walks.

Many high-end retail options can be found within a few minutes walk from the hotel along East Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street. In addition, the hotel's yacht is available for private cruises if you'd like to see the city from the ocean.

Guests staying at the Peninsula Shanghai enjoy spacious accommodations with a contemporary design. Every room has a Nespresso coffee machine, a plasma television, a scanner, and a printer.

During your stay, you'll have access to a spacious indoor pool and a well-equipped gym. After a long day, the Peninsula Spa offers a variety of rejuvenating massages and facials. In addition to the Michelin-starred Yilong Court serving authentic Chinese cuisine, the Compass Bar offers excellent drinks and live music.

Fairmont Peace Hotel

The Fairmont Peace Hotel in Beijing pays tribute to the country's history, which is a first for a premium hotel in China. As Charlie Chaplin and Noel Coward were regular visitors, this hotel is one of America's most popular lodging establishments, and for a good reason.

With its prominent location in the Bund, the Fairmont Peace Hotel is close to the city's most popular retail district, Nanjing Road, home to high-end labels like Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney. The apartments above enjoy spectacular views of the Huangpu River and the Bund due to their position.

Designed in the Art Deco style, the suites offer a contemporary take on a classic look. The pleasant staff's major purpose is to ensure that guests are happy, evidenced by the impressive range of services they provide. Pool, spa and sauna are just a few of the amenities available to you. Among the six eateries and bars in the area is the Old Jazz Bar, known for its jazzy atmosphere.

The Ritz Carlton Tianjin

The Ritz Carlton Beijing, located on the banks of the Haihe River, is a magnificent wonder just waiting to be discovered. The hotel offers a wide range of activities for guests of all ages, from a quiet night in the hotel library to a relaxing spa treatment or a bubble bath.

The Ritz Carlton Tianjin's suites are spacious, with separate living areas that feature luxurious armchairs, sparkling chandeliers, and a roaring fireplace.

The hotel's elegant atmosphere is further enhanced by artwork and sculptures in nearly every room. The Ritz Carlton Tianjin's rooms are all unique, so you can pick a colour scheme that suits your preferences. In addition, some of the rooms include private balconies from which visitors may gaze out over the city of Tianjin in the distance.

During your visit, you'll have your pick of a wide variety of restaurants. International cuisine is served at Zest Restaurant, while Hong Kong specialities are served at Tian Tai Xuan.

The Castle Hotel

Located on Lotus Mountain, the Castle Hotel is a luxurious hotel to stay. Many luxurious amenities are provided to guests, including a fitness centre, a spa, and a swimming pool in an indoor setting. There are a total of three dining options on the resort.

The hotel's premier restaurant offers an a la carte buffet and a rotating menu of delectable dishes, all while offering breathtaking views of the ocean. Then, go to the luxurious Zhen Bao Restaurant for some authentic Cantonese cuisine if you so choose.

Guests can select between a city view, an ocean view, or a mountain view when they book their rooms and suites at the well-appointed and soundproof properties. Room facilities include a flat-screen TV, a hot tub, complimentary toiletries, and a computer.

Best things to do in China

There are limitless things to do in china, considering the vast area of this country. Here are the best things to do in China or include in your bucket list of things to do in china.

Visit the Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is one of China's most popular tourist destinations. The wall is about 600 kilometres and runs Shanhaiguan in the east to Jiayuguan in the west. The wall is six to eight meters high on average but may reach 16 meters in places and is broad enough for five horses or ten soldiers to pass through, has multiple battlements and watchtowers.

Some of the wall's earliest fortifications date back to the 7th century BC, with the best-known sections being added around 210 BC when the various sections were brought together.

Beijing's Forbidden City and Imperial Palace

The Forbidden City (Zjnchéng) – also known as the Imperial Palace – is China's largest and valued building, located in the centre of Beijing.

This vast complex, which stretches 720,000 square meters and is surrounded by a 10-meter-high wall with watchtowers and a wide moat, comprises ceremonial and administrative facilities, as well as the emperor's private house.

The Terracotta Army, Xi'an

The Terracotta Army is an archaeological site founded in the 1970s by the farmers who were drilling wells.

At the site, there are more than 8,000 life-size warriors, 520 horses, and more than 100 chariots, as well as a slew of other non-military figures dating from around 280 BC. Several of the uncovered statues have been painstakingly reconstructed and stand as witnesses to the emphasis on the emperor and the afterlife, despite some being significantly damaged due to the passage of time.

Hangzhou's historic West Lake

There is a great collection collected around gorgeous West Lake in the capital of Zhejiang province. The lake, encircled by various hills, pagodas, and temples, is a six-kilometre-square body of water in the centre of the old city.

It's a fantastic place to walk around in as you cross from one stretch of water to the next, just to be greeted with yet another cluster of lovely ancient buildings. It's lovely in the spring when the many peach trees bloom.

Touring Little Paradise Island, with its four mini-lakes linked by the zigzagging Bridge of the Nine Arches, lingering on the lake's numerous excellent old bridges, one of the best being the Broken Bridge linking the Baidi Causeway with the coast, is part of the excitement.

Take a ride on one of the many tour boats or small pleasure ships available to take you around the lake. If time allows, stay for the entertaining musical fountain display every evening.