Lifestyle / 72-hour visa-free traveling

Where to eat in Beijing

[2013-08-06 13:51]

From Beijing traditional delicacy to exquiste Western cuisine, we offer you a variety of options.

Trip planner for Shanghai

[2013-08-06 11:06]

Three days is perfectly reasonable for a quick trip to Shanghai. You can see skyscrapers and century-old architecture, and try pan-fried dumplings or have a drink in a fancy bar with a river view.

Where to eat in Shanghai

[2013-08-06 11:01]

Shanghai's cuisine culture is as rich as it can be.

Beijing set to lure more visa-free transit tourists

[2013-08-03 07:31]

Beijing has vowed to step up promotion of its 72-hour visa-free policy, aiming to attract more foreign transit tourists.

Trip planner for Guangzhou

[2013-08-01 16:35]

Following the recommendations of various travel agencies, China Daily has designed three routes for short tours of the South China province.

Where to eat in Guangzhou

[2013-08-01 16:31]

Cantonese cuisine is known for its rich diversity and delicacy of taste.

Guangzhou offers luggage storage for visa-free visitors

[2013-07-31 22:05]

The Guangzhou Customs service will offer complimentary luggage storage for transit passengers who make visa-free visits to Guangdong province.

Chengdu to apply 72-hour visa-free policy

[2013-06-06 15:32]

Chengdu will allow visitors from 45 countries, who have a third country visa and valid air ticket, to stay visa-free for 72 hours.

Travel guide to Harbin

[2013-01-18 16:15]

Harbin, often referred to as Little Moscow, is China's northernmost major city and capital of this most northerly Heilongjiang province.

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