With imperial palaces standing tall next to rising skyscrapers, China is a country with one foot in the past and the other in the future. China is not the world’s first civilization, but it is arguably one of the longest-lasting. Its written history starts in 1200 BCE and covers events from over 1,000 years before that, therefore, a visit to this land is truly a journey to a place with thousands of years of art, history, literature, and tradition.
Whichever epoch you choose, learning the rich Chinese culture and history will be fulfilling for you and your group. Wherever you go, you will see astonishing antiquity and mind-blowing diversity. It is quite impossible not to be stunned by the colossal change here – a 300 km/h fast train ride to visit the ancient Terracotta Warriors at Xi’an exemplifies that perfectly. China is indeed a country where the past and the future can be observed side-by-side.
Learn about traditional skills that have been preserved for several years in local villages or explore the revered temples of Tibetan Buddhism. In China, you can practice tai chi, interact with Giant Pandas, or enjoy a home-cooked meal with a Hutong family. Experience a place where fantastic state-of-the-art infrastructures, modern architecture, and contemporary living coexist with ancient sites and wonders of the world.
With Peak Performance Tour with you in China, you will venture off the beaten path and explore the unexplored. Make the most of our customized trip planning services, including transportation cost estimates, attraction pricing, and hotel lists, by simply giving us a call or send us a message online.
When planning your trip to China, we encourage you to include some of these recommended attractions in your itinerary for the best experience.
- Forbidden City
- Summer Palace
- Great Wall*
- Terracotta Army
- Jade Emperor Pagoda
- Ho Chi Minh History Museum
- Ho Chi Minh Notre Dame Cathedral
- Tiananmen Square
- Hong Kong Disneyland*
- Shanghai Disneyland*
- Central Conservatory Hall of Beijing
- Shanghai Conservatory of Music
- Poly Grand Theater*
- Temple of Heaven
*denotes performance opportunity