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Love China's rich history, so major sites are a must but also like visiting places that are off the beaten track. Any info is helpful

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    China is HUGE. You'd need years to cover it all. You're better off looking at a map of China, figuring out the places you really want to see, and working out an itinerary from that, depending on how long you'll be in the country for, and how big your budget is. over 7 years ago

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    ... OR.... go through a well known tour company such as Wendy Wu's. You get to choose from various itineraries then, and they do all the legwork for you :) over 7 years ago

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    Four of us went through a company called chinatoursonline.com and I can recommend them. Much cheaper than Wendy Wu. Another company is Odessy tours but we didn't ended up going through them so can't make recommendation. We wanted to see authentic more rural parts of China and had a fantastic trip - very cheap, very well organized with a driver and guide. Went from Hong Kong to Guangzhou then flew to Guilin, river boat on Li river ( brilliant scenery) to Yangshou, (yangshuocookingschool.com) and the Lijiang area. We spent 10 days, all food and transport included, good 3to4 star accommodation and cost was less than AUD 2000 each. If you wanted to do the major cities and tourist attractions you could add that in before or after. over 7 years ago

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