Discover Shanghai multi-centres

In vibrantof Shanghai one can walk from the past, into the present and seemingly even into the future such is the unique architecture and atmosphere of China's second city. As well as offering an array of architecture and sights, Shanghai is also fast becoming a shoppers paradise. The main shopping area is situated on the central Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road is famous for its up-scale boutiques while Shanxi Nanlu is the place to visit for a wealth of colourful shoe shops.

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Shanghai & 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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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.

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Shanghai, Culture & Nature Combinations


The capital of the Shaanxi Province and the cradle of Chinese civilisation, Xi’an is foremost recognised as home to one of the most famous wonders of Chinese civilisation, the awe-inspiring Terracotta Warriors.

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Surrounded by giant pandas and natural riches, affluent Chengdu still retains much of its charm. 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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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

The spectacular natural scenery between the cities of Chongqing and Yichang can be enjoyed on a cruise which makes its way through the majestic Three Gorges – Qutang, Wu and Xiling.

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Shanghai and Beach Combination


Once a place of exile for those who had offended the Emperor, the southern city of Sanya on Hainan Island is rapidly emerging as China’s newest beach resort. Framed by the warm waters of the South China Sea, just off the southernmost tip of mainland China, Sanya shares basks in endless sunny days and a year round tropical climate.

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