China’s natural landscape also offers one of the most adrenaline-pumping adventures in the world. Out in the Zhangjiajie Canyons, you can get a chance to cross the famous glass bridge, thousands of metres off the ground.
Because of its size, China’s climate can vary from region to region, but can be broadly categorized into four seasons:
Spring | March to May
The time of year when many parts of China experience pleasant weather, making it a great time to visit various destinations.
Summer | June to August
It gets quite hot and humid this time of year so it’s best to enjoy the milder climate of Yunnan Province or Tibet.
Autumn | September to November
Generally comfortable weather, one of the best times to visit and admire the country’s natural beauty adorned with vibrant autumn foliage.
Winter | December to February
This season offers unique travel experiences especially if you enjoy the cold and winter sports.
Apart from its natural and architectural beauty, you will also love immersing yourself in China’s living cultural heritage. From the diverse cuisine, all the way to the Peking Opera.