Explore China's hinterland and country side.
Asia’s largest country will make you live unforgettable experiences.
You feel like you need more space and you are tired of your day-to-day routine ? Well come on then, let’s go to China !
Founded around its conservative past, China has so many different aspects : everyone will find something they like. Be sure to check out the Great Wall of China, the legendary Forbidden City and the many monuments showing the though past of the Chinese Empire.
But China is also the home to technological prowess and improvements that helped us make our lives more modern. I’m pretty sure you’ll come back home with some kind of gadget you found over there.
So, ready ? Let’s go !
You will find many national holidays all year long :
We speak Chinese !
As you probably expect, the official language is Chinese, well more specifically Mandarin Chinese. But don’t worry if you don’t speak Chinese, English is widely spoken across the country.
Chinese 101 :
The official currency is called renminbi (¥). Better get a money converter on your phone to make managing your expenses easier.
You will easily find banks in big cities, but its takes quite a long time to get anything done there because you need to show your passport and fill out many forms. For a faster solution just go to ATMs, you won’t have any difficulties finding one. And don’t count on using your credit/debit card … they are not commonly used.
Be sure to warn your bank that you are traveling so that they won’t block your card for suspect abroad transactions.
Traveling in China is best by plane, train or bus. Driving is not the best idea because you would have to be able to read the signs in Chinese… And besides thaï you would need to pass a written test to get a valid driver’s licence … because the International Driving Permit is not valid in China.
About the planes and high speed trains, they will make you save some time and let you travel further than if you took a “normal” train or a bus.
For a trip longer than 90 days you will need to get a VISA, it costs about 437 ¥/person.
If you need to join / go to you embassy while in China, go to this website for the address, phone number, email address and website : https://embassy.goabroad.com/embassies-in/china
In case of emergency, call :
On vous laisse les différents sites internet pour réserver votre trip.
Pour les avions :
Pour les trains :
Les bus sont à réserver directement sur place quelques jours avant.