Some of mankind’s greatest feats of engineering, from The Great Wall to the shiny Shanghai skyline. Some of history’s most fascinating chapters, within the walls of The Forbidden City and buried with the Terracotta Army. Possibly the greatest displays of mother nature on earth, in a landscape long immortalized by poets and writers. In a country so rich in experiences there’s always another reason, or three, to head back to mainland China.
The epitome of a good life is described in a single Chinese saying: “[Be] born in Suzhou, live in Hangzhou, eat in Guangzhou, die in Liuzhou”. The beauty of Hangzhou remains to this day, but when it comes to adventure, that list can be expanded as long as there are cities. Shop in Beijing. Play in Shanghai. Travel anywhere, and discover something new everywhere.
Beijing and Shanghai are two good places to start, but don’t make them the only places you visit. The contemporary art districts in both cities offer a glimpse of the new China, while ancient hutongs, the famous wall, historical palaces, and spectacular temples illustrate the Middle Kingdom’s glorious past. Other delicious reasons to visit include Peking duck, steaming baos and more regional cuisine than you can shake a chopstick at.
To mark three years since our founder went on the road on a global luxury hunt, we unveil our first publication
Launched in April 2017, our inaugural coffee table book 100 Best highlights LuxuryHunt’s most inspiring travel experiences. This beautifully bound 708-page publication with gorgeous photography captures the essence of the LuxuryHunt journey which spans 26 countries across the globe. In addition, 100 Best showcases a curated selection of leading luxury brands through a series of special articles and features.
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