China

Cultura milenar, cidades em constante evolução e delícias culinárias

A mais antiga civilização do mundo está em constante evolução. Nas dinâmicas metrópoles chinesas, arranha-céus de vidro e aço se elevam ao lado de tesouros arqueológicos e palácios imperiais. Mas é à mesa que a China revela o melhor de sua essência, servindo uma eclética combinação de especialidades de todo o país em restaurantes refinados.

 

E para além de cada metrópole dinâmica, a paisagem se completa com montanhas tranquilas, rios potentes e arrozais verdejantes.

Dongguan

Dongguan

Uma potência econômica no delta do Rio das Pérolas.

Foshan

Foshan

With a seamless blend of modern energy and ancient customs, Foshan is a 21st-century powerhouse backed by 5,000 years of history. As well as being the city of Bruce Lee, it’s also home to rich musical and creative traditions.

Guangzhou

Guangzhou

As a bright star in China’s economic boom, many people come to Guangzhou on business, but return to explore its traditional shopping streets and incense-infused temples, or sample Cantonese yum cha eateries at their best.

Hangzhou

Hangzhou

With its long history, Hangzhou effortlessly blends ancient and modern. Linked to Beijing by the centuries-old Grand Canal, it’s now home to several major high-tech companies and has a growing reputation as China’s Silicon

Jinan

Jinan

Descubra montanhas sagradas e história de Confúcio na ‘Cidade das Nascentes'.

Pequim

Pequim

Nas largas avenidas da capital chinesa, arranha-céus se erguem ao lado de templos centenários. Uma nova cultura criativa floresce ao longo de hútòngs labirínticos, ao passo que restaurantes e boutiques elegantes definem a

Pingdu

Pingdu

A gateway to scenic wildlife areas and mountain trails, manufacturing hub Pingdu lies at the heart of Shandong’s productive agricultural belt, so it’s no surprise that residents enjoy fine teas and cuisine using local

Qingdao

Qingdao

The thought of Qingdao brings beer and beaches to mind, but scratch beneath the surface of this Yellow Sea resort, and you’ll find delicate cuisine featuring locally caught seafood, cute colonial streets and revered mountains.

Shenzhen

Shenzhen

Um centro econômico jovem, rico e inegavelmente moderno.

Urumqi

Urumqi

Ferrovias de alta velocidade aceleram sua descoberta de uma antiga estação da rota da seda.

Wuhan

Wuhan

The capital of Hubei province, Wuhan draws crowds with its Yellow Crane Tower, a replica of the Qing-era marvel, but hidden wonders await in this huge city.

Xangai

Xangai

Mergulhe em uma cidade totalmente icônica de arte e cultura.

Xiamen

Xiamen

While well known for the Nanputuo Temple and its verdant gardens, along with the historic Hulishan Cannon Fort, the cosmopolitan oasis of Xiamen is fast becoming popular for its blend of beachside charm and modern city living.

Xian

Xian

Um reinado milenar, 12 imperadores lendários e o final da Rota da Seda.

Zhengzhou

Zhengzhou

Tree-lined avenues and restaurants serving Henanese cuisine set the tone for modern Zhengzhou. Yet kung fu and Bronze Age artefacts also come to mind when you think of the city, with its Shaolin temple and ancient ruins located