Rise early to watch the sun rise over the amazing city panorama of Shanghai with its iconic skyscrappers set around the bending Huangpu River.
Here is a unique opportunity to stay in palace pavilions dating back over a century in the sensationally renovated Aman Summer Palace in Beijing.
The silent and fearsome Terracota Army in Xi'An are a must on every itinerary to China.
Explore the countryside of the Yunnan district, with its rewarding views of small minority villages.
The Forbidden City in Beijing is a must-see on any itinerary to China. Be dazzled by how well preserved the ancient buildings are and the sheer scale of it all.
The Great Wall is truly one of China’s most impressive sights. Avoid the crowds by visiting early in the morning and take in the majesty of it all.
Get a closer look at the fierce expressions on these warriors’ faces, whilst you visit China’s most famous monument: The Great Wall.
Give your tastebuds a whirl in the Banyan Tree Ringha and enjoy a tea tasting ceremony as well as a spectacular feast including the Yannon specialties of hotpot.
Explore the grounds of Amanfuyan, a luxurious Aman hotel found in a secluded valley in Hangzhou, hidden within a bamboo forest.
Street food is part of everyday life in China and if you give it a try, your tastebuds will be rewarded with spicy, inexpensive delicacies.
The meditative effects of the karst-lined scenery can be appreciated at any time of day but at dusk it is particularly mesmerising. Stay at the Yangshuo Riverside Resort, a comfortable hotel on the banks of the Li River.
Order a sophisticated cocktail and marvel at metropolitan Shanghai by night on the terrace of the Peninsula Hotel.
The Peninsula is known as the Grand Dame of Hong Kong for its classical elegance and timeless interior.
Hop on the legendary Hong Kong ferry to reach the Kowloon across the bay and outlying islands.
Sample the delights of Hong Kong cuisine on your culinary adventure of China, whilst staying at the beacon of Asian style: Mandarin Oriental.
Stay in the Upper House for a room in the clouds of the Hong Kong skyline. You’ll be in style heaven at this Andre Fu designed hotel.
China's Yunnan province is extremely culturally rich; here, you can admire the local customs such as these tribal women dressed in ethnic clothing.
Admire the preserved rooftops of the old town of Lijiang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This spacious studio at The Opposite House in Beijing has everything you need and more for a relaxing, uber-chic home-from-home.
The sparkling art-filled atrium of The Opposite House in Beijing is your welcome to this striking glass boutique hotel.
A visit to China is not complete without tasting the famous Peking Duck and pancakes! We can highly recommend trying it at the Shangri-La, China World Summit Wing in Beijing.
Meet with the extraordinary women of the Naxi tribe, Lijiang, who bear the brunt of the work in this matriarchal society inhabiting these beautiful foothills.
The futuristic skyline of Shanghai is quite an architectural spectacle. Take a city tour to get a closer glimpse of some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world.
Have a cocktail made for you by one of the Peninsula’s talented mixologists, while you wonder at Shanghai’s fast-growing modernity.
From the comfort of your sumptuous bed at the Peninsula, you can relish in the view of Shanghai’s skyscrapers and their reflection in the Huangpo River.
Find your head for heights in the dizzying chic cocktail lounge at the top of the Park Hyatt in Shanghai.
A wonderfully serene scene in Hangzhou. You’ll often see monks walking around town on their way to temple or lining up to receive alms.
Take a serene boat trip on West Lake in Hangzou, a picturesque lake backed by hilly peaks on three sides.
Learn about the health benefits and defence training of Tai Chi in its spiritual homeland. Here is our China specialist Mark Wright (in the blue top) sharpening his skills!
Learn about the art of Chinese cooking, including how to make these tasty dim sum.
Set off on a horse trek from Banyan Tree Ringha and take a moment to appreciate this ravishing remote valley.
This sizeable, two-bedroom lodge at Banyan Tree Ringha has a beautiful Tibetan interior. Cosy up in front of the fire and enjoy the intricate wooden furnishings.
Let the Banyan Tree Ringha arrange a signature destination dining experience for you and a loved one – on the banks of the Shudugong River. Quite the Highland romance!
This deluxe villa at Banyan Tree Lijiang has a private pool and deck, perfect for a dip after a day's sightseeing in the preserved old town of Lijiang.
Check into a Suite at the luxurious Amanfayun and enjoy an understated and authentic bedroom decorated with fine art calligraphy.
Sit outside the steamhouse eatery and await a delicious meal at hidden hotel Amanfayun, located near the serene shores of Hangzhou's West Lake.
Bathrooms at the Amanfayun are expansive and airy, just like the rest of your suite, which includes a spa treatment room.
Catch a lift in a rickshaw from the unique Aman Summer Palace to the East Gate of the ancient royal Summer Palace in Beijing.
There are 9 vast treatment rooms at The Aman Summer Palace in Beijing, each with a bath tub, shower, steam and massage room. Try a traditional Chinese massage in these harmonious surroundings.
Enjoy Imperial Chinese design in the lobby of the Aman Summer Palace, Beijing – a beautiful hotel housed in century–old pavilions.
Take in some of China’s fascinating heritage in the Cultural Room at the top-notch Aman Summer Palace in Beijing.
Your luxurious and regal home awaits you at the Aman Summer Palace, Beijing. Expect the top service and soothing design that has become synonymous with the Aman name.
Take a caligraphy classe at the Aman Summer Palace, Beijing, in their dedicated 'Cultural Room'.
Take in the imperial grandeur of Beijing's Summer Palace by foot.
Find a quiet spot for a meditative moment at Beijing's Summer Palace, just as countless others have done throughout history.
Visit the iconic Jinshanling section of the Great Wall of China.
Take a private boat to explore Hangzhou's picturesque West Lake, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Take a visual journey through what we consider to be some of China’s unmissable highlights.