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Giant Panda


Terracotta Army, Xi’an


Summer Palace


NOT TO BE MISSED


FORBIDDEN CITY An incredible 9,999 rooms in the Forbidden City of the Chinese Emperors, located adjacent to Tiananmen Square.


TAI CHI Participate in a Tai Chi lesson in the grounds of Beijing’s glorious Temple of Heaven.


GIANT PANDAS Visit the Panda Research Base at Ya’an to see the work that is being carried out to preserve these wonderful endangered creatures in China.


The Great Wall


THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA One of the new Seven Wonders of the World – visible from space but at its most impressive when walking along its less visited sections.


ESSENTIAL CLIMATE INFORMATION AVERAGE TEMPERATURE ˚C


DESTINATION


CHINA Beijing


CHINA Guilin


CHINA Hong Kong


CHINA Kunming


CHINA Shanghai


CHINA Xi’an


TIBET Lhasa


JAN -3 8


16 8 4 0


-2


FEB MAR APR MAY 0 9


6


17 10 5 2 0


14 19 13 8 8 3


13 19 22 16 15 14 8


20 22 26 19 20 19 11


JUN 24 27 28 20 23 25 15


JUL 26 29 29 20 28 27 15


AUG 25 27 29 20 27 25 14


SEP 20 26 28 18 23 19 13


OCT 13 21 26 16 18 14 8


NOV 5


16 22 12 12 7 2


DEC -1


11 18 8 6 1


-1


JAN 5


40 20 10 40 6 -


FEB MAR APR MAY 5


7


90 40 10 60 10 10


17 33


TERRACOTTA WARRIORS Be in awe of China’s army of 8,000 intricately detailed sentinels in Xi’an at the starting point of the Silk Road.


HUANGLONG VALLEY Snow clad mountains, colourful lakes, valleys and virgin forest in this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan Province.


RAINFALL IN MM JUN


JUL 78


AUG 223 170


100 230 380 390 200 190 70 10 80 26 -


80


53 60


93 120


83 80


SEP 58 70


170 200 200 120


103 60


OCT 17 60


130 280 390 360 370 290 110 20 90 46 -


100 170 140 130 130 60 20


70 60 58 10


NOV 10 50 30 40 50 27 -


DEC Alt in mt GMT Visas 2


54


40 20


156 24


7


+8 +8 +8


10 1891 +8 30 6 -


398


+8 +8


3595 +8


Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes


100


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