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The China Guide, a unique travel company, is American owned and independently managed by American, Chinese, French, and Spanish staff in Beijing. You travel far to see China and your satisfaction is our priority. We understand and give western standard service. Our tours have no unscheduled or mandatory shopping stops. Our guides, drivers and vehicles are carefully selected. We do not cut corners or have hidden costs. We want to make your trip the trip of a lifetime.
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The China Guide OFFERS

Book your student trip with The China Guide! 

Whether taking your students on an overnight hike on the Great Wall or on a history tour of China's ancient sites, The China Guide can organize specialized tours to fit your students' needs. We can also do specialized tours targeting a specific topic, such as organic farming, Chinese traditional medicine, traditional music, or community service. If desired, we can organize lectures at embassy's, chambers of commerce, or international companies. 

Please contact us at book@thechinaguide.com to begin planning for your universities trip to China!

 

 

 

Show Tickets!

We offer discount show tickets:
Chaoyang Acrobats
The Legend of Kung Fu
Peking Opera

Great for residents, first-time visitors, and kids birthday parties!

Our guides will meet you at the theater to issue your tickets and usher you to your seats. It is possible to book tickets the day of the show. We have English and Chinese speaking staff available to make bookings.

Visit The China Guide's website, call or email for information:
www.thechinaguide.com
Phone: (+8610) 8532-1860 or 8532-5002
Email: book@thechinaguide.com

 

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Into China's Wild Wild West

Starting in February 2016, the China Guide now offers tours in Dunhuang and Jiayuguan. Located in northwest Gansu Province, the two towns were important stops on the historic Silk Road.…

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Posted on March 15, 2016 at 5:52am

Lucky 13

If the idea of getting married makes you have cold feet, try thinking about tying the knot for the 13th time. That is how many times Karl Fix and Sandy Beug – more notably known to the World Wide Web as the ‘serial wedders’ will have exchanged their vows for this year.

 

Fix and his wife have married 12 times now in 11 countries. It all started in 2004 when the couple travelled to South Africa for their first marriage. A month later, Fix decided that it was a good…

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Posted on September 8, 2015 at 1:58am

Experience Old China in the Huizhou Villages

Known as one of the most beautiful mountains in China, Huangshan Mountain is situated in Southern Anhui.  Millions of visitors make a trip each year to catch a sight of the magnificent mountain peaks cradled by beds of clouds. Named directly after the mountain, is the city of Huangshan, which is home to two UNESCO World Heritage Sites—the traditional villages of…

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Posted on June 12, 2015 at 1:30am

The Mystical Hills and Mountains of Guangxi Province

Travelers are often found in a trance staring at the very unique and stunning landscape of Guangxi Province, China. Described by some as a rare kind of paradise where plush green mountains dot the winding Li and Yulong Rivers. The cities that hold the most breathtaking views are located in Guilin and Yangshuo.

Guilin is a bustling city that was built up around many mountains and hills, the most famous and remarkable being Elephant Trunk Hill. Created completely by nature, this hill…

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Posted on October 18, 2013 at 2:05am

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