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Consolidator tickets for cheap flights to China

Thank you for visiting our China travel page, we have gathered resources here to help make planning your next trip to China easier and less expensive. Our 8th Year

If you are looking for cheap flights to China, our consolidator database can save you a large amount off of regular published fares, sometimes up to 60 percent. The database is updated daily with new inventory from our travel partners.

A great place to start your trip planning is with the China Tourism Board, a wonderful resource for information on travel to China, it's also, an important site to find news as well as important travel tips. The China National Tourist Office also maintains a nice web site to assist the foreign traveler. Visitors will find a wealth of information here as well.

Here are some things to do and see when visiting China:

The Great Wall - The Wall stretches east-west for more than 3,100 miles and can be traced to the seventh century BC, when independent kingdoms constructed separate walls to keep out marauding nomads.
Victoria Peak - Visitors to Hong Kong should check out the "Peak" for incredible panoramic views of the city, especially at night.
The Forbidden City - This was the imperial residence of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The city is surrounded by a high wall and encircled by a moat. In the early 20th century it was turned in to a museum which houses a great collection of Chinese artifacts.
Yu Gardens - The Gardens were built in the Ming Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Jia Jin. They are considered national heritage site due to their representation of a southern Chinese-style garden.
Palace of Peace and Harmony (Lama Temple) - Once the residence of a Chinese Prince, it features large halls and courtyards with beautifully decorated details. It houses a treasury of Buddhist art, including sculptured images of gods, demons and Buddha.
Nan Jing Road - One of the two major shopping streets in Shanghai, it spans approximately 3 1/2 miles east to west. On both sides of the road are more than 500 shops carrying high quality, brand goods.
Giant Buddha at Po Linn Monastery - Taking more than ten years to build, it is made entirely of metal and consists of a steel framework covered by a steel and bronze skin, as well as over one ton of gold covering. Note that there are 268 steps to reach the platform it rests on!

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The U.S. government publishes a consular info sheet for China with up to the date information regarding traveling to China.

Before you make too many plans, we recommend visiting the U.S. passport services office which provides information and services to American citizens about obtaining, replacing or changing a U.S. passport.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides detailed vaccination recommendations as well as information about specific diseases that affect foreign travel, you will also find tips on traveling with children and this informative site.