These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in China, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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China and Cambodia
Take in the views from Kowloon over to Hong Kong Island.
Enjoy some of the best dim sum in the world with the locals Hong Kong style.
Soak up the atmosphere of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's up and coming capital.
Visit the awe-inspiring temple complex of Angkor Wat and bring out your adventurous side exploring Ta Prohm.
Relax in Kep and experience the flavours of Cambodian cuisine.
China and Philippines
Explore Hong Kong's skyscrapers.
Stay on Pamalican island.
7 sq km (3 sq miles) of pristine coral reef and stunning beaches at one of the Philippines' best resorts.
Visit Lake Taal crossing the lake by boat and ride on horseback to the top of the volcano.
Take a guided tour of Intramuros — Manila's walled city crammed full of history.
Some of our favourite travel guides
- What to do in China: our highlights guide
- China in my pocket: how high-speed trains make the Middle Kingdom more manageable
- Characterful stays in China
- A guide to Chinese food (and where to find it)
- A luxury holiday in China: my perfect trip
- How to see pandas in China: everything you need to know
- Our guide to exploring the Terracotta Army of Xian
- China’s spiritual side: the best temples, grottoes, mosques and mountains
- Kung fu, cooking and pandas: family travel in China
- The slow side of China: visiting the rural provinces
What to do in China: our highlights guide
Visit China's Forbidden City and Terracotta Warriors, walk the Great Wall, hike along the Dragon’s Backbone, and meet the native minorities in the Yunnan and Guizhou provinces. China specialist, Alice picks her favourite things to see and do when visiting this vast country.View this travel guide
China in my pocket: how high-speed trains make the Middle Kingdom more manageable
China’s scale can feel overwhelming, but its high-speed rail network helps cut the country down to size. Our specialists explain how to use high-speed trains to explore China’s highlights and how to use your time wisely in each destination.View this travel guide
Characterful stays in China
Whether you’re staying in a converted farmhouse surrounded by countryside or a traditional Tibetan building overlooking a monastery, basing yourself in a boutique property during your holiday to China opens your eyes to new cultures and authentic local life. Country specialist Stephanie shares her recommendations.View this travel guide
A guide to Chinese food (and where to find it)
There’s more to Chinese food than Western takeaways let on. Each region of China has its own distinct cuisine, from the west’s hot and spicy delicacies to the hearty dishes of the north. China specialists Anthony and Duncan discuss the best ways to experience food in China.View this travel guide
A luxury holiday in China: my perfect trip
China specialist Cheryl has crafted her fantasy luxury trip to China. In her proposed itinerary, she explains how you can find luxury in China by choosing boutique properties, opting for privately guided ‘bespoke’ experiences, and getting away from the crowds.View this travel guide
How to see pandas in China: everything you need to know
China specialist Rick explains why Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is our choice for seeing China’s ambassador animal in a responsible way, and how to make the most of your visit to Sichuan province.View this travel guide
Our guide to exploring the Terracotta Army of Xian
Make the most out of visiting China’s Terracotta Army: we explain what to look for when exploring this archaeological site that predates Christianity.View this travel guide
China’s spiritual side: the best temples, grottoes, mosques and mountains
You can explore spiritual China in country specialist Anthony’s guide to the Middle Kingdom’s most intriguing holy places. He shares his thoughts on the why and how of visiting Buddhist monasteries, temples and cave art, and even sacred mountains.View this travel guide
Kung fu, cooking and pandas: family travel in China
Think China won’t suit your family? Think again, says Audley China specialist Anthony. China is well set-up for family travel, but what really makes it as a family destination is the variety of child-friendly things to do.View this travel guide
The slow side of China: visiting the rural provinces
There are still places to visit in China that remain almost untouched by the modern world. Country specialist Cheryl shares her experiences of rural China, from meeting local people and learning about their minority cultures to hiking through mountains and rice terraces.View this travel guide