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Margaret Kelly
Fodor's Travel Publications, 2007 - Travel - 768 pages

Experience the Olympic buzz around Beijing, take a slow boat through the spectacular Three Gorges, or soak up the surreal landscape of Everest Base Camp: it’s no wonder that China’s tourism market is a booming $70 billion industry and growing as the Olympics near. With more maps, a language guide, and in-depth illustrated features on local food, culture, and customs, our savvy coverage will enable travelers to unravel the mysteries of China.

·Brand new regional planning pages provide an overview of the best travel destinations and address the logistics of a visit
·Chinese character translations of every recommended restaurant, hotel and nightclub in the country
·Expanded restaurant and hotel coverage on all of the most visited regions
·Completely updated dining and lodging reviews
·Personal recommedations on the most reliable tour guides in the country, where to find them, and how to book them
·Handy mini-essays, maps and images that highlight China’s cultural diversity and historic importance.

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What I learned from this book is to stick to Lonely Planet while travelling. This is just about the worst travel book I've ever read. For example, they gave glowing reviews to the Peking duck of a ... Read full review

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