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China – Introduction – TSTC
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China & The Trans-Siberian

China is a truly unique country to visit. On a positive front this makes it a very special and memorable destination with some of the world’s most iconic sights including the Great Wall and Forbidden City – both conveniently located in Beijing for those starting or finishing Trans-Siberian tours.

However, China’s uniqueness can also make it a travel challenge. This section of our website aims to cover the basics that are good to know when you are at the planning stage of your trip. If booking a tour in China with us we provide far more detailed information in our Trip Guidebook to allow you to get the most out of your stay be it a few days in Beijing or a more extensive tour through China and Tibet.

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