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China is vast. Off-the-scale massive. A riveting jumble of wildly differing dialects and climatic and topographical extremes, it's like several different countries rolled into one. Take your pick from the tossed-salad ethnic mix of the southwest, the yak-butter-illuminated temple halls of Xiahe, a journey along the dusty Silk Road, spending the night at Everest Base Camp, or getting into your glad rags for a night on the Shanghai tiles. You're spoilt for choice: whether you’re an urban traveller, hiker, cyclist, explorer, backpacker, irrepressible museum-goer or faddish foodie, China’s diversity is second to none.

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  • Explore the car-free island of Gulangyu by walking along its winding roads through colonial-era architecture and relaxing on its charming beaches

  • Visit 3 of the best Tulou Clusters including Chengqi House, one of the largest examples of tulou home to over 600 people

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  • Appreciate several classical masterpieces of Chinese Buddhist art

  • Lunch with a local monk and learn about life in a Chinese monastery

  • Join the faithful from across China, Nepal, Tibet, and Mongolia on their humble pilgrimage to the temples and monasteries of Wutaishan

  • Explore the merchant history of Pingyao

  • Learn about Chinese architecture through the dynasties of Northern Wei, Tang, Ming and Qing.

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  • Hike to Black Lake, one of China's deepest bodies of water

  • Stumble across a local nomadic Tuvan family and learn about their way of life

  • Listen to the howling winds which sweep across the plains of Ghost City

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  • Explore Labrang Monastery, where pilgrims perambulate and monks engage in a hand-clapping debate

  • Embrace nature by following the way of the nomads and camping out in verdant grasslands 

  • Meet a local Yugu Minority family and learning about their way of life

  • Discover Dunhuang's Mogao Caves with one of the world's leading authorities on medieval Buddhism's visual culture

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