October is the middle of autumn in China, and it is the best month to appreciate colorful autumn scenery. Cool weather in October can makes your tour in China more comfortable and enjoyable. Consider avoiding China’s National Day holiday, lasting from October 1 to October 7, as there are more visitors in most tourist destinations, and hotels raise their prices during these days.
Chinese online travel booking platform Ctrip released the Travel Tendency Report on 2018 Mid-Autumn Festival and National Holiday recently, based on the big data of its online travel booking and 7,000 offline stores as of mid-September.
Planning a trip to China? Autumn (September–November) is generally the best time to visit China. Travelling to China in fall offers beautiful experiences, with comfortable weather, fewer crowds than in summer, and gorgeous autumn foliage. If your heart is set on China with the above travel attractions, then these top 5 places to visit in China in fall would make journey highlights.
CT machines made by GE are displayed at a medical equipment exhibition in Shanghai on April 13.
October is autumn in China, and locals call it "golden October" because of the good weather conditions. The temperature drops to a more comfortable level for most travelers with cool/mild days and nights. Read on to learn more about China’s weather in October and take advantage of our useful travel tips.
The term "Mid-Autumn" first appeared in Rites of Zhou, a classic almanac written during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC).
The Fall festival season is upon us and while we're not quite back to the good ol' days of waltzing over to Haidian Park and jumping into a mosh p
This Saturday and Sunday, Sep 22-23, Beijing's Noise & Shoegaze & Psychedelic Festival returns–under the more ear-pleasing name of Upstream Gaze Festival–to Omni Space
The 20th China International Industry Fair opened at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai on Sept 19.
You may not like fashion, but you might find it hard to refuse a spoonful of China's renowned chili oil Lao Gan Ma, which can save many hopeless dishes.