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The key visitor attractions are renowned around the globe with wonders like the Great Wall, the Terracotta Warriors and the Forbidden City – but it’s the sheer scale of the country and energy of the place that leave the most lasting impression. A deeply traditional country but in certain places this only counts for so much. The pace of development in its key cities of Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou in the South, have thrown up skylines to rival almost any in the world. They’re emblematic of the ‘new’ China, a powerhouse economically and politically; somewhere eager to make the rest of the world sit up and take notice. Shift away from the urban sprawl and out into China’s rural areas, however, and you’re confronted with a very different reality. The scenery veers from lush terraced rice paddies and the peaks of the Himalayas to the gorges of the UNESCO-protected Yangtze River. In some of the main rural heartlands life can seem like little has changed from 50 years ago, at least on the surface. China is full of endless quirks and contradictions, but that’s part of the charm. So if you want to you climb on the majestic Great Wall, walk into the splendid Forbidden City and Summer Palace, ride a rickshaw to experience Hutong folk custom in Beijing, be amazed by the fascinating Terracotta Warriors, stroll on the Ancient City Wall in Xian, and seize the most prosperous and modernized scene of China in Shanghai, please give us a call and one of First and Business Class Travel's experienced travel consultants can organise your next trip.




Although the Japanese past is rich in events and interesting history, today’s Japan is just as fascinating with cutting edge technology and wonderful architecture, whilst still maintaining the country’s traditions. Whether you want to experience food like you’ve never tasted or seen, or you want to go shopping in some of the world’s best shopping areas, Japan is the place to visit! Japan is famous for its temples and shrines - you could spend weeks in cities such as Kyoto or Nara feasting your eyes on architectural marvels and historic monuments. One of Japan's unique charms is its dynamic blend of old and new. In a holiday to Japan you can experience ancient temples, gardens and cultural traditions at the same time as enjoying some of the world's most futuristic and technologically advanced cities. Tokyo, along with New York, Paris and London, is now one of the world's leading cities when it comes to trends in food, fashion and pop culture. Perhaps visit outside of the major cities and see Mt. Fuji with its perfect, cone-shaped symmetry rising majestically against a blue sky, is a travel memory you are sure never to forget. Mountains beckon with hiking trails in summer and top-rated skiing in winter, while the island of Okinawa offers stunning diving and snorkelling. For those who want to kick back and relax, Japan's hot-spring spas have been soothing aches and pains for more than 1,000 years. If culture is more to your taste, you can’t get much better than Japan’s colourful and rich heritage including wonderful kabuki (Japanese performing arts) and traditional geisha.



Hong Kong is a place of multiple personalities as a result of being both Cantonese Chinese and having been under British colonisation. Today, the former British colony is a major tourism destination for China's increasingly affluent mainland population. It's an important hub in East Asia with global connections to many of the world's cities. It is a unique destination that has absorbed people and cultural influences from places as diverse as Vietnam and Vancouver and proudly proclaims itself to be Asia's World City. From famous attractions like The Peak, giving you a spectacular view of the world famous Victoria Harbour, to the Giant Buddha at Lantau Island, the world’s tallest outdoor seated bronze Buddah, there is so much to do. Take in the Symphony of Lights every night from 8pm, on both sides of Victoria Harbour, voted the World's Largest Permanent Light and Sound Show by Guinness World Records, or visit Disneyland Resort Hong Kong, the first Disney Resort in Asia. You can even make your way to Repulse Bay at the southern part of Hong Kong Island, famous for its wide and wave-lapped beach, popular with both locals and tourists alike, so if it is a stopover, business trip or holiday you are looking for we will be more than happy to find you the best deals.

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