5 Things To Love China For

Travelling, working and living like a local in China can be certainly an unforgettable experience for everyone. You can not only save up to $18,000 a year for your future travels, but also be a part of different culture, customs, language and cuisine.

Guilin - Jonny
Guilin highlights

 

In today’s post I would like to share 5 things you will love China for.

#1 Local hospitality

Chinese people
Chinese locals

 

Chinese are amazingly hospitable and you feel like you are always warmly welcomed to their country. Locals will invite you for a lunch and dinner, will give up their seats on the train and make you feel like home.

#2 Breath-taking scenery

Longji Terraced Fields (5)
Longji Terraced Fields

 

In China you can find anything you want from lakes, rivers, hills, mountains to waterfalls and deserts. Do you want to see ancient China? Go to Xi’an or Beijing. Wanna do decent shopping and drink glamorous cocktails? Head to Shanghai! Only sky is the limit.

 #3 Affordable living and travelling

Dongguan city
Dongguan city

 

Food, transport fees, house rental and medical care are super cheap in comparison to Europe. You can live here cheaply dining out and going out and still enjoy everyday life with no renunciations. Moreover, working here can make you save some extra money.

#4 Amazing festivals

Celebrating Spring Festival with traditional Chinese mooncakes
Celebrating Spring Festival with traditional Chinese mooncakes

 

Chinese festivals are amazing. Locals dress up, cook nice food and give you lots of present. The whole country looks amazing. There are numerous red lanterns hanging on the trees, houses and buildings all over China. Ach, it’s so beautiful!

#5 Food paradise

Snake meat
Sneak meat served with veggies

 

Although I’ve been living over 2 years in China, I still get surprised by a great variety of Chinese local dishes and snacks on the cheap – fried bees, cooked sugarcane with pieces of corn, Beijing duck, sea plants and so on. I can’t imagine my breakfast without steamed dumplings called baozi! I also love tropical fruits here.

Would you fall in love with China?

Tags from the story
, ,
More from Agness Walewinder

Seattle For Less Than $25 A Day

In fact, a day in Seattle for under $25 is not only...
Read More

49 Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *