Traveling in China
China’s transport and network links are known to be some the fastest improving and sophisticated in the developing world. Each province usually operates an airport, accommodating either national or international flight connections, sometimes even both. When traveling inside the country, of course internal flights are fast and very convenient, however with the rising popularity of bullet trains in China, there is stiff competition with the airlines.
Bullet trains extend to almost all the large cities, connecting China’s vast lands: from east to west, north to south. Apart from high-speed trains, average speed trains are also available and used just as much by both the Chinese and foreigners. Getting a train ticket is quite easy for foreigners; all you need to do is find a ticket station booth, buy a ticket to your desired destination a couple of days in advance and you’re all set. Just remember to take your passport with you when purchasing a ticket; a form of ID is required for everyone. When you get to the smaller city or town level, most people use the metro and subway systems, public buses and taxis. Make sure to find out if your city is suitable for bicycles and motorcycles. Regardless of which city you are in, we can make it possible for you to still get Chinese language lessons.