Which China Destinations Can I Travel Now?
You might be thinking about where to travel this summer and what are the travel restrictions according to your dream destinations. No worries, in this article you can find all the answers. Before we recommend some places, here are 3 facts you might want to know before planning your trip.
- Please note prices for flight tickets, hotels, and guides are fluctuating day by day. Besides, it often happens that the phenomenon of demand exceeds the supply. Therefore, we advise you to book earlier or have a plan B if possible.
- You are allowed to travel to low-risk areas but some activities might be suspended due to the COVID 19 restrictions, therefore please kindly check with your travel consultant before adding them to your itinerary.
- The travel restriction may change frequently during this uncertain period. It is highly recommended to check the travel restrictions before your trip.
Kulangsu island has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site as a perfect place to peace your mind, wonder in beautiful colonial buildings, have a romantic walk nearby the sea and explore lighted artistic sculptures. Famous Hakka Village made from straw and clay is the place where people from Hakka culture still live, with a great history of hundreds of years. This is definitely one of the highlights of Fujian province you must not miss. Climb to the top of Wuyi Mountain or enjoy bamboo rafting along the Nine-bend stream, which are nice ways to beat the summer heat during your trip. (Read more: Fujian – A pearl on southeastern coast of China)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Xiamen. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure. Take two COVID-19 test within 3 days (interval ≥ 24 hours) upon arrival.
The province of Gansu is synonymous with the Silk Road, the gap through which goods and ideas once streamed between China and Central Asia. If you ever dreamed of traveling along the Silk Road or visiting the architectural wonders of Jiayuguan Pass, exploring over the Rainbow Mountain, traversing the desert by camel or tasting the culinary delights of Western China then this destination is perfect for you. (Read more: Gansu – Origins of the Silk Road in Northwest China!)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area with green health code are allowed to visit Gansu. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure.
Chengdu, well known for its adorable pandas, is the capital city of Sichuan province with a wide choice of attractions for tourists. Start your holiday by visiting the Sanxingdui Museum where you can see the Bronze Age civilization. Next you can browse the stalls at Old Jinli Street and enjoy some delicious food. There are two ways to discover Leshan Giant Buddha, that you should definitely do: either hike up to the top or take a cruise. (Read more: Sichuan – A land of many guises!)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Chengdu. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure.
This city’s family-friendly vibe and impressive beaches entice multigenerational groups year after year. Yalong Bay and Dadonghai Beach are the go-to options, with sun-drenched sands and calm waters ideal for swimmers. All ages will want to head to Tropical Paradise Forest Park for an educational yet unforgettable visit to the tropical rainforest. Plus, many resorts in Sanya cater to kids, so parents can relax while the little ones play. (Read more: What bay should you choose to stay in Sanya, China?)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Sanya. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure.
If you’re not a fan of hot weather, grassland in Inner Mongolia is definitely the place where you can cool down in the summer heat. You will see cattle graze and sheep roam freely while horses run wild with their masters on the plateau grassland. Go on a desert adventure at Resonant Sand Gorge to enjoy camel riding, sand sliding, zip lines etc. This destination is rich in all kinds of natural resources from unique mountain formed by the volcanic eruption to unparalleled forests and lakes. (Read more: It’s time for you to visit Inner Mongolia!)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area with green health code are allowed to visit Inner Mongolia. Please note if your health code show that you have pass through the high-risk or middle-risk areas you can not enter Inner Mongolia. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure. One COVID-19 test in every two days.
If you enjoy the mountain rather than the sea, then Guilin is where you should go. The closeness to nature is one of the main reasons why a vacation in the countryside inspires more and more people. Here, you will be fascinated by the turquoise Yulong River, gigantic Red Flute Cave and colorful Longji Rice Terraces. Leave away the hustle and bustle city, immersing yourself in this authentic rural life. (Read more: Guilin, a place for the whole family!)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Guilin. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure. Take two COVID-19 test within 3 days (interval ≥ 24 hours) upon arrival.
When you hear “Yellow Mountain”, you might picture yourself hiking in some beautiful nature destination in China, but do you know that there are more experiences than hiking in Yellow Mountain? This place has many ancient village famous for its Hui architecture houses where you can stroll along the old streets with lakes, fields, stone bridges and the century-old gardens. Learning about the Huangshan Maofeng Tea harvesting and processing methods can also be a highlight of your tour. (Read more: Top 6 Ancient Villages Nearby Yellow Mountain)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Yellow Mountain.
With snow-capped mountains, clear blue skies, and plenty of wildlife, Yunnan is a spectacular destination to visit in summer. Lijiang is home to the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain as well as Lijiang Ancient Town that are ripe for exploring. Trek along Tiger Leaping Gorge is hailed as one of the world’s best multi-day hiking places. Along your journey you can visit the most remote and one of the real treasures of Yunnan, the Shangri-La, which offers a truly wild escape, where you can get lost among mountains and lakes. (Read more: All you need is a bike in Yunnan)
Travel Restriction: Travelers from low-risk area are allowed to visit Yunnan. One negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure. Take two COVID-19 test within 3 days upon arrival.
For more travel inspiration and more details about your summer trip, talk to our travel consultants right ahead!