In recent decades, China has opened its doors to the world and has become one of the world’s most unique travel destinations. From breathtaking landscapes, 5,000 years of culture and history, glittering temples to delicious food, it’s no wonder why China should be at the top of your travel bucket list.
As one of the largest countries in the world, China boasts incredibly diverse landscapes. Whether you love bustling cities brimming with incredible restaurants and diverse art scene, or enjoy small village dwellings, there is something for every traveller.
For food enthusiasts, the Chinese capital, Beijing, offers food from all over China. Whether you decide to eat at a local restaurant or sample the street food at the famous Wangfujing Snack Street, be prepared to indulge; from Beijing’s established (Peking) duck to the famous Szechuan pepper and the spicy dishes of the Hunan province. The food options are endless.
Finally, few places have such a rich history as China. The Great Wall of China, covering over 6000 kilometres, and the Terracotta Army are some of the most well known ancient tourist attractions. The Forbidden City, with its 9999 rooms for 24 Emperors, and Temple of Heaven in Beijing are also must-see attractions for those interested in Chinese history and culture.
Overall, China is such a vast country, and there is so much beauty and culture to explore.
Why Fly First Class?
So why fly first class to China? First class has come a long way since the days when extra leg room was considered luxurious. Nowadays, first-class passengers have special access to exclusive airline lounges, priority check-in, free checked luggage, extra frequent flyer points, and much more.
In-flight, redefine your China travel experience with comfort fit for royalty; enjoy delicious meals designed by Michelin-starred chefs, sip on signature cocktails at the bar or in your seat, and relax with countless hours of seat-back entertainment.
Whether you travel for business or pleasure, flying first class will get you to China feeling well-rested and less stressed.
There are flights to China available from airports across the country, such as London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham and more, with the average direct flight taking around ten hours.
Book Your First Class Flight to China Today
So if you want to travel to China in style, be sure to check out our range of first class flights to China here at Globehunters, and feel free to get in touch with our dedicated team of travel consultants where all that matters is you.