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This section of our website has no intention to provide a comprehensive information about China traveling, instead, it is trying to provide you some basic information and resources to help you do your homework before you go to China either for business or for fun. J & J Mechanic has no direct connection or business involvement in traveling business and can not guarantee the accuracy of the information included in this site and service quality provided by any third party listed in this site.

The 5000 years history, rich culture, exciting changes, rapid economic growth and expansion as well as the genuine, colorful, tasting Chinese foods place China among the world’s greatest travel destinations.

China offers variety choices for visitors. Your trip will, without doubt, be fulfilled by Chinese history, Chinese culture, Chinese scenery and the hospitality of Chinese people. It is a life time experience and a better way to understand China.

This country is changing and progressing every day and its tourism infrastructure is rapidly improving, but flexibility and patience are still required considering the fact that China is still a developing country and a highly populated (1.3 billion, 43 times more than the population of canada and almost 5 times more than that of US with a quite similar geographic size !) nation.

 

Important dates affecting touring:
  • 29 Apr - 8 May 2005 - International Labor Day:
    Public holiday. Banks and public offices will be closed, as will some businesses. Potential cancellations and schedule changes to touring, flights, trains and hotel bookings. More crowds at popular sites due to increase in numbers of domestic tourists traveling.
  • 21 – 24 October 2005 - Formula 1 / Grand Prix in Shanghai:
    Increased number of visitors to Shanghai for the Grand Prix event. More crowds at tourist sites, and limited hotel availability. Potential cancellations and schedule changes to touring, flights, trains and hotel bookings.
  • 1- 9 Oct 2005 - Chinese National Day:
    Public holiday. Banks and public offices will be closed, as will some businesses. Potential cancellations and schedule changes to touring, flights, trains and hotel bookings. More crowds at popular sites due to increase in numbers of domestic tourists traveling.
  • 27 Jan – 6 Feb. 2006 - Chinese New Year / Spring Festival:
    Public holiday. Banks and public offices will be closed, as will some businesses. Potential cancellations and schedule changes to touring, flights, trains and hotel bookings. More crowds at popular sites due to increase in numbers of domestic tourists traveling.

Top travel agents in China:

 

Travel and Health Advisories

Government Consular Advice for China --Canada
State Department Consular Advice for China ---US
CDC Traveler's Health Page for China
World Health Organization Web Site
ProMED-mail Web Site - Lists unofficial medical reports from a network of scientists

 

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