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London Heathrow (LHR) to Wuhan (WUH)
Wuhan, the sprawling capital of Central China’s Hubei province, is a commercial center divided by the Yangtze and Han rivers. The city contains many lakes and parks, including expansive, picturesque East Lake. Nearby, the Hubei Provincial Museum displays relics from the Warring States period, including the Marquis Yi of Zeng’s coffin and bronze musical bells from his tomb.
Manchester (MAN) to Chengdu (CTU)
Chengdu is the capital of southwestern China’s Sichuan province. The city is famed for its cuisine, defined by the spicy Sichuan peppercorn, which flavors hot-pot dishes and other regional specialties. The city is also home to the famous Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, a conservation center where visitors can view endangered giant pandas in a natural habitat.
London Heathrow (LHR) to Dalian (DLC)
Dalian is a large, modern port city on the Liaodong Peninsula, at the southern tip of China’s northeastern Liaoning Province. Founded by the Russians in 1898 and later occupied by the Japanese, today the city is known for its beaches and many squares. Zhongshan Square features colonial buildings in Renaissance and other styles. Popular beaches include Tiger Beach and Golden Pebble Beach.
London Heathrow (LHR) to Kunming (KMG)
Kunming, the modern capital city and transportation hub of China’s southern Yunnan province, has a large student population and a temperate year-round climate. It’s home to numerous golf courses, restaurants serving Yunnanese cuisine and shopping areas like the Bird and Flower Market, a busy bazaar. Bridges and pavilions cross the islands of Cui Hu (Green Lake), a park designed in the 17th century.
London Heathrow (LHR) to Qingdao (TAO)
Qingdao, in China’s eastern Shandong province, is a port city of skyscrapers, parks and beaches bordering the Yellow Sea. It’s known for its beer, a legacy of the German occupation (1897-1914). The Tsingtao Beer Museum celebrates the namesake brewery, founded here by Germans in 1903, and the Qingdao International Beer Festival is major event. There’s also German-style architecture in the old city center.