Discover Beijing multi-centres

Beijing, formerly known as Peking, has served as China’s capital for over 800 years and is the country’s political, economic and cultural heart. The city and its surroundings are home to a wealth of the nation’s most iconic sights such as the snaking Great Wall of China, the vast Tian’anmen Square – a symbol of national pride with a dark past – and the grand Forbidden City, once home to numerous Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Choose any of our featured hotels as part of your holiday – many of which also have special offers for Kuoni customers. Call us on 0844 4880116 or visit us in store to speak to one of our Personal Travel Experts and tailor make your own holiday with Kuoni.

Beijing and Beach Combination

Sanya

Framed by the warm waters of the South China Sea, Sanya shares basks in endless sunny days and a year round tropical climate.

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Beijing & City Combinations

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is known for its fascinating harmony between old and new, east and west. With 5,000 years of Chinese traditions, 150 years of British colonial influence and boundless energy for the future, this is a truly unique city that's constantly changing - so even if this isn't your first visit, you're sure to find something new and exciting.

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Shanghai

Part ancient and part modern, Shanghai offers an eclectic contrasting mix of historic splendour and progressive modernism. Its residents are known for their business talents, fashions and standards of products. Services are more international than other Chinese cities and its shopping is the best in China. With no central ancient sites to be discovered, it is very much a city to be enjoyed at your own leisurely pace.

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Beijing and Culture & Nature Combinations

Xi'an

Modern day Xi’an still retains many legacies of its rich and colourful past, from the energetic pulse of the Muslim Quarter, to the intricate, colourful carvings that adorn the Drum and Bell Towers, two iconic cultural relics at the centre of Xi’an. 

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Chengdu

Boasting giant pandas and natural riches, affluent and charming Chengdu offers visitors an insight in to the nature of China. Known as the 'land of plenty', a long history, deep rooted culture and contrasting landscapes prove just as much an attraction as Sichuan’s most famous inhabitant, the panda.

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Guilin

The modern town of Guilin is an oasis of colour with lush gardens, colourful flowerbeds and osmnathus trees lining the streets. However the attraction of Guilin is really the stunning scenery that surrounds it.

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Yangtze River

Whether you are sailing up or down stream on the Yangtze River the spectacular scenery will take your breath away. Between the cities of Chongqing and Yichang the river meanders  through towering gorges including the famous Three Gorges passage. 

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