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Can you imagine having to fend off the invading armies for centuries on end? That must be exhausting. China got so tired of it, they built a wall from one end of their country to the other. And this isn’t your average brick wall—the one in your backyard can’t even keep out a stray cat. Anyways, China has more than just a huge barrier. There are amazing temples, food and even a forbidden city. Browse Wotif’s fantastic deals on China hotels and go now.
There are so many Shanghai hotels, it’s ridiculous. You’ll have no problem finding one to stay at. Once you’re all checked in, make your way to the Yu Garden in the Old City. The place is packed with rockeries of jade, traditional Chinese pavilions and dragon statues. Are you ready to have your mind blown? The garden contains several ponds that have goldfish the size of possums swimming about.
Say goodbye to Shanghai and take the 2-hour flight north to Beijing, the capital city. Go check out the Forbidden City, the former Imperial palace of the Ming dynasty. Speaking of the Ming Dynasty, those cats built the majority of the existing sections of the Great Wall. The closest pieces of the wall to Beijing are only 76km away, so make the trip and see for yourself if you could’ve made it over with a grappling hook.
Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) and Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) are the two main international airports serving the country. Both are 30km and 32km from the city centres, respectively. You can take taxis, buses and trains to locations around both cities—and of course to lastminute.com.au’s hotels in China.
Getting around this country is as easy as getting a set of wheels from one of lastminute.com.au’s car hire options or riding the rails. Relax, you don’t have to be a hobo for that.
The Chinese built the Great Wall to keep out the foreign invaders, but you’re not an invader. You’re a tourist! Browse our unbelievable deals on packages to China and save hundreds on your next holiday.