Take that comfort zone and fly right past it on your way to China! Visit China's unique and bustling cities and discover its ancient history on your sightseeing excursions. Experience exotic cuisines in the local markets and perform in the country's most renowned venues. If you're feeling adventurous, you may consider our Indochina itinerary featuring performances in Vietnam and Cambodia.


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Learn about Asia's most popular cities including Hong Kong, Shanghai, Xi'an, and Beijing, plus Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City!

  • Hong Kong

    Hong Kong

    Its name means "fragrant harbor," renowned for its expansive skyline and one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Politically, Hong Kong is very different from the rest of China making a stark cultural shift when visiting multiple Chinese cities. While here, you may see Victoria Peak, the Central District, the floating community at Aberdeen, Repulse Bay or Stanley Market and even take the ferry to Kowloon where you can stroll along the waterfront!



    Once a fishing and textiles town, today the most populous city in China, denoted as a global city for its influence over commerce, finance, culture, art, fashion, research, and entertainment. Explore the business district called the Bund, Yu Yuan Garden, the only fully restored classical Chinese garden in Shanghai, and the Jade Buddha Temple. Participation in a silk workshop is possible where you can observe the process for making this luxurious textile. Souvenir browsing can take place along Taikang Road, winding through a restored traditional shikumen neighborhood.

  • Xi'an


    One of the oldest cities in China with over 3,100 years of history and also one of the four great ancient capitals of China, well-known as home to the Terra Cotta Warriors. As you explore the city, you may come across the Wild Goose Pagoda then perhaps see a Shadow Show, a Chinese ancient folk art! Xi'an's Muslim Quarter offers you the opportunity to learn more about China's minority cultures.



    Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China. Here, visitors can see the Forbidden City, a maze of buildings also known as the Imperial Palace that was off-limits to the public for 500 years, Tiananmen Square, and visit old Beijing with a tour of the Hutong area by rickshaw, where you'll see how some Chinese live in an enclosed community and learn about their daily lifestyle. Sightseeing tours of Beijing would not be complete without an excursion to the Great Wall, the world's largest manmade structure, and seeing the Olympic site en route. Don't forget to experience a Peking duck dinner while traveling here!

  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Formerly known as Saigon, this largest city in Vietnam was once a small fishing village. When Saigon merged with the Gia Dinh Province in 1976, the city was named after former prime minister of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam - Ho Chi Minh. With a population of more than 9 million people, it is Vietnam's most populous urban areas.

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