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Cheap flights to China

Reasons To Visit China

The vast country of China boasts the world’s largest population and stretches all the way from the East China Sea to its western borders just above the Middle East. The capital of the country is Beijing, a thriving metropolis that has undergone a stunning transformation in recent decades to transform it into a modern powerhouse. Other notable cities worth visiting in China include Shanghai, which has also become a modern city of lights, or the southern city of Guangzhou just north of Hong Kong. China is one of the world’s oldest civilizations with a rich history stretching back several millennia, while in recent decades the country has been characterized by its astronomical rise to become one of the world’s leading economies and a place of great excitement and wealth.

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Arriving In China

UAE-based travelers looking to fly to China have a large number of options available. There are a number of airports in the country handling direct flights from the UAE – it is possible to catch direct flights to Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, Urumqi, Wuhan, Chongqing, Chengdu, Kunming and Yinchuan. While the majority of flights to China will be departing from either Dubai or Abu Dhabi, it is possible to travel from elsewhere in the UAE including Sharjah.

If you are interested in flying to China with a specific airline, take a look at the airlines which fly to China from the UAE. Be advised that most nationals in the world including UAE nationals will have to apply for a visa first in order to travel to China, so make sure you do this with plenty of time to spare before catching your flight.

China Travel Information

As China is such a vast country, the climate can vary considerably depending on exactly where you are visiting. However, in general you can expect the warmer weather to arrive around June before winter temperatures begin to kick in around November. If you are visiting somewhere in the north of China, you can expect very cold winters and hot summers, while in the south of the country the weather tends to be a lot milder.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

See also

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