China is fascinating and challenging. Here are 32+ tips on how to thrive in China’s culture, how to get around, how to stay healthy and more.
See why this Solo Travel Society member thoroughly enjoyed her trip to the West Lake Scenic Area of Hangzhou, China, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Solo Traveler Artist in Residence shares her perspective in these images of Beijing, a city where, she says, “time stopped a hundred years ago.”
A Solo Travel Society member offers us this shot of graffiti, with contributions from around the world, on a section of the Great Wall of China.
With mass urbanization occurring, the public parks of China have become scenes of a wide variety of group and individual activities. This is a photo post.
A Solo Travel Society member contemplates the horizon in this gorgeous shot of Karakul Lake in China.
China – in the homes of locals, joining an English class at a rural school, line-dancing in the evening… this is, for me, what travel is all about.
Seeing some of the highlights of China is a highlight of my life.
Here it is, a blow by blow account of my injury and recovery – thanks to my fellow travelers, traditional Chinese medicine and the Chinese healthcare system.
The benefits of group travel for a solo traveler become clear when I visit China and enjoy the knowledge, perspectives and questions of others.
Here is a teaser of my first week in China – with a hint of the stories to come – in a series of photos.
China has required some unique planning and packing. Here’s my trip itinerary and my preparations.
This first-time solo traveler found Macau to be a safe, interesting and easy-to-navigate destination-with the added excitement of casinos and bungee jumping.
This Solo Travel Society member recommends taking the high speed magnetic levitation train directly into Shanghai for culture, relaxation and entertainment.
An enthusiastic recommendation from a Solo Travel Society member: China as a fascinating solo travel destination.