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U China Travel specializes in tailor-made travel. We strive to always create a comfortable and relaxing private travel experience for you. We are very experienced in working with family and business travelers. We also avoid the typical tourist restaurants, places targeting travelers. At U China Travel, Quality, Authenticity, and Flexibility are our top priorities.
As a boutique travel group we hope not to be the biggest, but strive to be the best travel company with the highest quality service in China.
According to the Chinese, you haven't actually visited Beijing unless you've done at least two things: seen the Great Wall and dined on Peking Duck. The best way to understand Chinese cuisine and culture is to experience it for yourself, and Peking Duck is one delicious culinary feature with a long history that you just wouldn’t want to miss.view more
Imperial Court Cuisine derives its style from the royal court cuisine of the emperor, characterized by the earthiness of the raw materials and selection of rare or expensive ingredients. It has become a major form of cuisine in Northern China and different schools of cooking offer the flavors of court cuisine.view more
Do you want to know which restaurants you will eat in Beijing? Here is the restaurants we use in Beijing for lunch and dinner. They are definitely not tourist restaurants and provide very good food and service.view more
Top 10 Restaurants in Beijingview more
Among the many delicacies available in Beijing, one of the most famous is the "hotpot". With a history of over 1,000 years, the dish known as "Huokuo" can be found in many forms throughout the country. Particularly popular in the Northern provinces, you will often see groups of people in homes and restaurants enjoying this ancient tradition.view more
In recent years Beijing's urban identity has been dramatically transformed in the dawning of a new modernism that has begun to redefine the once traditional landscape. What was once a maze of narrow alleyways and hutong courtyards has in many areas been replaced with high-rise housing and mixed-use complexes. The 2008 Olympic Games welcomed widespread change throughout the capital, widening city streets to make room for an influx of traffic that has since continued to swell. So to has the social identity of Beijing drastically adapted to the rapidly shifting style of the city. Hole in the wall dive bars that once dominated Beijing's late night scene have become harder and harder to locate, overshadowed by swanky cocktail lounges boasting bottle service and specialty drink lists, and over sized, over crowded clubs hosting a slue of international dj's on a nightly basis.view more