Traveling around Shandong
Usually, the most popular destination in Shandong is Qingdao (seaside city), then Jinan (capital city), Qufu (birthplace of Confucius) and Mount Tai (first of the Five Sacred Mountains) And some extend to Yantai, Weihai, Penglai, Zibo, Weifang, Linyi and Rizhao etc. Each place has its own characteristics and you could have much fun. Every summer, starting the second weekend of August, Qingdao hosts the largest beer festival in Asia with international breweries from all over the globe flocking to the sandy shores of China’s Shandong Province. And everyone can join in this grand event during the time.
Traveling around China
The world’s fourth largest country has vast landscapes that are just waiting to be explored, from the highest mountains in China’s far west and the open dry grasslands to the gorges of the Yangtze and the Yellow River. There are billions of historical and contemporary stories of people in between that wait for you to discover them. The list of sights to see is all but endless, therefore you’ll never get bored while exploring China. Plus, you can try different tea brews in traditional tea houses wherever you go. China is a country with varied climate and diverse landscape ranging from the cool temperate climate zone in the north and arid climate zone in central China to tropical climate zone in the south. Some of the most popular cities include Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, Guilin, and Yangzhou.
Traveling around Asia
Asia comprises 48 countries, so it’s hard to narrow down where to begin your visit. It contains the two most populated countries in the world, China and India. While it would take years to truly explore every corner of this continent, most travelers begin in Southeast Asia. Backpacking is the most popular way to travel the countries of Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Indonesia. Travelling to these countries from china is very easy and cost effective.
There’s never a bad time to visit Asia. The region boasts some of the world’s best beaches, lush jungles, beautiful temples, and bustling markets. No matter what the weather is like, there’s always something to see and do! The only thing you need to keep in mind when planning a trip to Asia is the monsoon season. It varies from country-to-country, so it’s easy to pick a destination where the rain has yet to hit.