Welcome to China!
China is a large, diverse country with so much to explore! You could spend many weeks visiting even the most popular sites. Let’s Jenny’s help you make the most of your time and energy. Use the map below to explore the cities we cover. or scroll down to get an overview of each city and click to browse the sites or learn about our tours.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Intro to Shanghai
As the financial center of China and its largest city with 25M people, there is much to explore! It boasts most of China’s largest building and the iconic Pearl TV Tower. It’s easy and fast to get around with the metro and taxis. Plan at least two days, but three or more is better!
Intro to Beijing
Beijing is the political center of China’s with over 20M people, is rich in historical sites and culture. It is home to the many areas of the Great Wall and the seat of imperial dynasties, the Forbidden City. It’s more spread out than other cities, so be prepared to walk and allow time between sites. Plan at least three days to get a good understanding.
Intro to Xian
Xian is not just another large city in China, although it does have over 8M people! It is home to the nearby iconic Terracotta Warriors, has the only standing city wall and is also close to the amazing and scenic Mount Hua. Plan at least two days to see the major sites and another to visit Mount Hua. You won’t be disappointed!
Intro to Chengdu
Chengdu is China’s 7th largest city (according to Wikipedia) with about 10M people! It is most famous for the Giant Panda Base, but has many unique sites within Chengdu and nearby such as the Yaodong Cave homes, Du fu Thatched Cottage and so much more. Plan at least a day to see the pandas and then another to take an excursion to the ancient cave homes.
Intro to Hangzhou
Once the capital of China during the Tang Dynasty, Hangzhou is most famous for the beautiful scenery or West Lake. It’s also known for its tea! A visit to Hangzhou promised to be a sense-filled experience you won’t soon forget and can be reached from Shanghai with a short 1-hour high-speed train ride.
Intro to Suzhou
Suzhou is the smallest city on our list, but still has a population over 5M people, which is still a mega-city by most countries standards. Suzhou was once a water town and still retains much of this feeling, but is most famous for it’s classical, historic Chinese gardens. At only an hour from Shanghai by car, it’s a must visit if you’re in the region.