China tours and travel services from Ace China tours in Beijing!
Ace China Tours is a local inbound land tour operator from Beijing. We are a fully licensed and bonded Chinese travel services provider, inbound land tour operator and destination management company (DMC), well equipped to meet the needs of reputable overseas travel agencies, tour companies, tour organizers and corporate event planners seeking competent and trustworthy partners in China.
Ace China Tours is managed by industry veterans with decades of experience serving industry partners and corporate clients in the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom and other English-speaking countries. All of our team members, including travel advisors, event planners and tour guides are university educated. Carefully selected and well trained, every staff member on our customer service team is uniquely qualified and speaks excellent English. Some of our staff members are advanced English/Chinese translators certified to work as simultaneous interpreters as well. It is the quality of our staff that truly sets us apart from the competition.
Ace China Tours caters to the high end of the market and seeks partners who value quality over a low price. Our prices are not cheap but we always deliver superior value. Before asking for price quotes, please help us understand your business. We will do what we can from our end to convince you that we are indeed as reliable as we claim, including inviting you to China on a subsidized inspection trip.
Best Time to Visit China
Climatic patterns in China are extremely diverse, ranging from tropical in the south to sub-Arctic in the north, from some of the wettest spots on Earth to arid deserts. The question of when is the best of time to visit China depends on where you want to go. For example, when northern cities are cold and shrouded in smog in the winter, many areas in the south including the tropical island of Hainan have very pleasant weather for vacationers. In July and August, most Chinese cities can be hot and humid. However, summer is the best season to experience Tibet, the Silk Road region, Inner Mongolia and the Northeast (Manchuria).
Most travellers going to China for the first time are primarily interested in Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Shanghai. Some may also add Hong Kong and a Yangtze cruise to their itinerary. For them, the best months to visit China would be April, May, September and October. In some regions of China, high season for tourism begins in mid-March and ends in mid-November.
Holidays to Avoid
Avoid Chinese National Day Holiday (Oct 1-5) as much as possible because tourist sites experience overcrowding.
The Chinese New Year holiday known as Spring Festival is a time almost every Chinese is on the move. Airports and trains are jam-packed with passengers eager to return home for family reunion. It is the Chinese equivalent of Christmas holiday.
And then there’s the May Day long weekend. This one used to be a week-long holiday but the Chinese government got rid of it several years ago. Overseas travelers might experience overcrowding for a day or two.
The Qingming Festival (tomb sweeping holiday, a time to pay tribute to ancestors) in April and Mid-autumn Festival, usually falling in mid or late September, has the same impact on our business as May Day holiday. Mid-autumn festival is similar to Thanksgiving in North America in spirit – instead of thanking the Almighty the Chinese make a good deal out of watching the beautiful full moon (if the city folks can see it!) while eating moon cakes.
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