The futuristic, most populated city in the world is every bit as fascinating as it’s reputation. Technology and tomorrow meets ancient artifacts and ancestors, along with being one of the culinary and fashion capitals of the planet.
China’s most international and fashionable city vividly brings modern architecture and commerce of the western world into the communist, very controlled old-fashioned China.
China’s third largest city is still largely inaccessible to tourists without a tour guide or someone who speaks Mandarin in your entourage. Take some sort of organized tour to enjoy its sights safely and easily.
China’s Capital city of Beijing is an imperial wonder to behold – if you have the correct visa paperwork. Visiting sections of The Great Wall can be reached without it for crew, and it is worth the trip.
Once simply the port city for Tokyo, Yokohama has become a destination in its own right, with many sights, eateries, and several cultural attractions, as well as the fun bustling waterfront.