China Flights GuideThe People's Republic of China has the world's largest population located in Eastern Asia. China is most famous for The Great Wall sprawling over 20,000 kilometres and crossing nearly 15 provinces. The Forbidden City in the centre of Beijing houses The Palace Museum while Terracotta Army in Xi'An was accidentally found after being buried for over 2000 years. China has beautiful natural surroundings and can be seen by taking a trip down the stunning Li River in Guilin or attempting to climb the mountains in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park. Victoria Peak in Hong Kong sits at 1800 feet with spectacular views of the city.
The main international airport in China is in Beijing at Beijing Capital International Airport while Shanghai and Guangzhou airports follow behind as the busiest in the country. China's climate is incredibly diverse, changing across the country. You can expect hot and dry summers but temperatures below freezing in the northeast, while the central and north areas have hot summers, cold winters, and a lot of rain. There is also a lot of rain in China's southeast with milder temperatures but potential flooding.