• A backpacker's guide to China: a one-month itinerary

    25 days ago - By The Guardian

    The country's epic scale only adds further adventure to this route, taking in historic villages, national parks and megacities while staying in budget accommodation
    China's vast size and expensive visas, coupled with the perceived difficulties of travelling there, means much of the country remains relatively unexplored by international visitors. Thanks to this though, with a little determination and time, it's possible to wind up in places where locals will have rarely seen a foreign face, such as Cangpo village in Zheijang's verdant bamboo-covered landscapes. Even in the big cities you...
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