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About China

Traveling to and through China can be daunting, primarily due to the lengthy journey as well as the language barrier, both of which are a bit harder to overcome than in other countries. But as Chloe can tell you, once you get your feet on terra firma, it’s also one of the most rewarding adventures you’ll ever experience. First, plan big – traveling across this huge country takes some time. Second, be realistic – you just won’t be able to do everything. Third, be ready to eat, drink and explore some of the most interesting and beautiful regions in the world, both urban and rural. Our itineraries never neglect the most special and iconic sights, such as The Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Great Wall, but we also strive to get you off the beaten path and away from the masses as often as we can. One of our favorite provinces is Hunan, and the peaceful towns of Fenghuang, Zhangjiajie (the backdrop for some of the scenes in Avatar), and Bian Cheng an authentic and picturesque ancient town known for its hospitable locals, colorful boats and picturesque scenery of Bing Cheng River—a terrific spot for those who enjoy mountain biking or hiking. For a bit more luxurious and therapeutic experience, the pristine waterfalls, lakes and hot springs in Huangshan’s Yellow Mountains are simply magical for the mind and body. There is so much to do and see in China it can be overwhelming. Travel with us, and we will ensure an itinerary that has your ideal version of personal luxury in mind.

What to do in China

Entertainment & Events

Chinese Spring Festival

Feb. 15 – Feb. 17, 2018

All throughout China, Spring Festival (Chinese New Year) is the most important and looked forward to the festival of the year. This coming winter brings on the year of the Earth Dog, which is associated with the action. (Hint, hint.) Those who’ve been before recommended celebrating in Hong Kong and Beijing for grander experiences such as the International Chinese New Year Night Parade and the daily Symphony of Lights at Victoria Harbor. If you’re touring smaller towns, visit the traditional temple fairs for celebrations with hyper-local flair and interesting, locally made tchotchke and snacks.

More about China’s Spring Festival

Dining and Shopping

For Gin Lovers (& wannabes)

Dr. Fern’s Gin Parlour

Shop B31A
First Basement Floor, Landmark Atrium
15 Queen’s Road, Central
Hong Kong
+852 2111 9449

This gin-focused bar has more than 250 varieties on the menu, handpicked by its owner, who is gifted in botany and concocting flavorful and healthy gin cocktails made with fresh, local herbs and botanicals. We can’t beat the website’s description…

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Green Common

Non meat eaters will love this plant based grocery shop and cafe, home of the first ‘Beyond Burger'(outside of the U.S.), the plant-based burger that “bleeds.” Its innovative cuisine and emphasis on healthy, sustainable—and socially responsible—living has been fully embraced by a city once known for its mass consumption of meat. Don’t worry, just because it sounds uber healthy, doesn’t mean it won’t knock your socks off flavorwise. Its fast-casual vibe makes it a perfect stop between sightseeing and partying.

More details here

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Once your travel itinerary has been outlined with the critical logistics, we will spend time exploring your interests so that we may deepen your experience in each location. Are you a food lover? A fashionista? History buff? Design aficionado? Impassioned golfer or fitness fanatic?

Our network of experts are at-the-ready to deliver an unforgettable experience customized just for you.