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4 Things You Should Know About Package Tours

A package tour may not be ideal for other people but there are tour companies that can tailor it based on what their clients prefer. If you take advantage of package tours, you can have it tailored based on your interests so you can visit places and do activities that you really like.

Before you book for package tours to China or in any other country, here are some of the things that you should know:
Let the tour company do the planning.
With a package tour, you can let the company do all of the planning for you. From the places to visit, the time and the transportation, the tour company can arrange this for you. There are even those that can provide you with a guide.
As you will not be doing the planning for all the necessities in your trip, you can focus on other important things. This will also help you to enjoy your trip and never worry about anything.
The trip can be tailored to your interests.
We would just like to emphasize what we've said in previously. A package tour can be t…

Do's and Don'ts When Travelling To China

When you're visiting any country around the world, there are things that are acceptable to them and things that aren't. This would depend on the tradition and culture that they follow. And as a traveller, you have to respect that.

If you plan on travelling to China, there are also several things that you can do and cannot do. We have list down the most important ones in this article. Here they are:

- It is not good to use a toothpick without covering your mouth especially when you're in public.
- Never use your spoon, fork or chopsticks to get shared dishes. There is a serving spoon that you can use instead.
- Leaving your chopsticks sticking up your bowl after you eat should be avoided. They believe that doing this in a restaurant can cause bad luck to the owner. Doing this at home can also mean like you're wishing death upon the people at the table.
- It is impolite to tap your chopsticks on your bowl.
- Touching someone is not advisable. The Chinese people aren't com…