5 Amazing China Travel Deals

By That's Shanghai, January 29, 2018

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Missed out on a Chinese New Year holiday deal?

(It's not too late for that by the way, click here for 10 Amazing Last Minute Chinese New Year Travel Deals).

Fear not, here are five more cracking deals from Travelers Society so you can whisk yourself away somewhere exciting over the coming months.

ISY Music Festival


This epic two-day event will feature some 100 DJs and musicians from around the world. Located at Haitang Bay, DJs including Martin Garrix, Belgian duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Hardwell, Tiesto and Afrojack will storm the stage. Take a look at the rest of the lineup, and book your tickets now while you still can.

March 2-3
Find out more and see the full itinerary by clicking here.

Skiing and Snowboarding in Northern China


Head to Northern China for an awesome weekend of skiing and snowboarding at the resort that will be used for the 2022 Winter Olympics. Eat lots of lovely local food, relax in hot springs, hit the town and enjoy the gorgeous scenery.

March 2-4
Early Bird RMB2,999 | Regular Price RMB3,299
Find out more and see the full itinerary by clicking here.

Shaolin Temple


Experience the world famous Shaolin Temple, AKA the home of Kung Fu. Explore the Pagoda forest, check out the giant Buddha carvings, visit a children’s home run by monks, soak up some local culture at ancient temples, watch some amazing martial arts displays, stroll through stunning historical gardens and take part in a private Kung Fu lesson!

Dates: March 16-18
Price: Early Bird RMB1,399 | Standard Price RMB1,599 | or book before Feb 9 and pay RMB1,299
Find out more and see the full itinerary by clicking here.

Bungee Jumping in Ningbo


Conquer the highest bungee in East China, climb up to a mysterious Buddhist monastery through ancient Ming Dynasty villages, visit a bamboo forest, go to a bonfire party and more.

March 24-25
Early Bird RMB999 | Regular Price RMB1,199
Find out more and see the full itinerary by clicking here.

Hiking in Hong Kong


Enjoy one of the top 20 hikes in the world, camp on the beach, have a BBQ party, go kayaking, visit markets and chill on the beach. The perfect weekend.

April 4-7
Book before Feb 9 and pay RMB2,999 | Early Bird RMB3,199 | Regular Price RMB3,599
Find out more and see the full itinerary by clicking here.

To see 10 Amazing Last Minute Chinese New Year Travel Deals, click here.

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