What to Do in China

  • Authentic Southern China with Overland China

    Overland China is a tour operator that will design a tailor made itinerary that will take you to the most remote parts and secret places southern China has to offer. A unique journey with specialists,  and a perfect combination of natural and cultural wonders. What to Experience? Overland China is a full service tour operator […]

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  • Yunnan Nationalities Village

    Willing to have an overview of Yunnan ethnic and cultural diversity? The Yunnan Nationalities village stages twenty ethnic villages displaying their life styles, crafts and cultural expressions. What To Experience? Bai Dali Market Located on the northeastern side of Dian Chi Lake in Kunming is the Yunnan Nationalities Village.  Essentially serving as a “crash course” […]

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  • Dine on Authentic Tibetan Food, Shop for Handmade Pottery and Trek to Undiscovered Villages at Nixi Black Pottery Coffee

    In Shangri La, Nixi Black Pottery Coffee is a one stop for all where Kesang is passionate about sharing the highlights of Tibetan food, crafts and beauty. What to Experience? Restaurant Nixi Black Pottery Coffee was started by Kesang, a Tibetan tour guide living in northwestern Yunnan.  After years of leading treks to local villages, […]

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  • Study Rainforest Ecosystems and their Biodiversity at Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden

    A paradise for those interested in botanics and Chinese traditional medicine, or just to find an inspiring resting place, the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden deserves a visit. What to Experience?   Just outside Jinghong, travellers have the opportunity to visit one of the most impressive botanical gardens in the world, the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden.  […]

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  • Naxi Orchestra Performance in Lijiang Old Town

    One aspect of the Naxi people that has come to be widely appreciated is their inclination to preserve their heritage and their initiative taken to educate visitors about the traditions and customs of their culture. This is evident for anyone who has visited Lijiang and witnessed the customary architecture, clothing and handiwork of the Naxi […]

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  • Trek through the jungle and Xishuangbanna minority villages with the Forest Cafe

    The Forest Cafe design itineraries for travellers who wish to explore Xishuangbanna, staying overnight in ethnic villages and learning first-hand how they have adapted their lives to the region and landscape. What to Experience? Located in south-western China bordering Laos, Xishuangbanna is one of the most biologically and culturally diverse regions in all of China. Aided […]

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