Tuesday 3 September 2013

Cheap flights to China has the best of China at the best price

September marks the beginning of Autumn, in China, the weather is comfortable, rainfall is rare and the summer crowds have gone.
There are no public holidays in September, so China's top attractions are easily accessible. has searched the web and found the best value airfares from Australia to China from $745 return, including all fees and taxes.
Return flights to Beijing or Shanghai from
·      Perth - $745
·      Sydney - $762
·      Melbourne - $746
·      Brisbane - $768
Travel is valid from 1-30 September and the fares must be booked by 9 September.   For more details visit
Five best places to visit in China in September.
1.     Beijing
China has 43 World Heritage listed sites.  Six are situated in the Beijing area including the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, the Peking Man site at Zhoukoudian and the Ming Tombs.
2.     The Yellow Mountains
Towards the end of September, the Yellow Mountains come alive with Autumn colours.  The Yellow Mountains is one of the most famous and most beautiful mountainous areas in China.  The mystical-looking area (due to low clouds) features pine trees, sheer rock faces and hot springs.
3.     Pingyao Ancient City
Pingyao was China's financial centre in the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and is the home of the first bank of China and a a treasure-house of Chinese painted sculptures, among other sites.   The Pingyao International Photography festival is held from September 19.   The ancient city is filled with more than 330 exhibitions from 1700 photographers from all over the world.
4.     Kanas in Xinjiang
Kanas Lake and the ancient Tuvas Village is one of the most beautiful natural sights in China.  In September the area is vividly colourful with a graceful landscape of red, green and yellow around a mysterious emerald lake (complete with lake monster if you believe the locals).
5.     Fenghuang Ancient Town
This graceful town, surrounded by mountains and a river, with unique wooden buildings and colourful ethnic customers is a photographers delight.   Fenghuang, which means Phoenix in Chinese, has been heralded as one of the most beautiful towns in China and features more than 300 items of cultural significance to experience.

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