Traditional Chinese Temple with Bronze Gong

Auf den Spuren alter Dynastien CHINA-KREUZFAHRTEN

Erkunden Sie China, wo sich alte Dynastien die Hand geben und Wolkenkratzer in den Himmel ragen.
Mit jedem Jahrhundert wird das gesellschaftliche Leben in China vielschichtiger und interessanter. Lassen Sie sich in die Paläste und Innenhöfe der Verbotenen Stadt Pekings entführen, einem riesigen Palastkomplex, der einst von Herrschern der Ming-Dynastie bewohnt wurde, und schlendern Sie durch die Halle der großen Vollkommenheit am Konfuzius-Tempel. In Hongkong können Sie Wolkenkratzer und urbanes Flair erleben, aber auch neblige Berggipfel mit einer reichen Vogelwelt und herrlichen Wasserfällen. Auf einer China-Kreuzfahrt können Sie den Widows Peak der Chinesischen Mauer erklimmen und in die Weiten des Landes blicken, während der Wind um Sie weht. Auf dem Weg zum nächsten Abenteuer können Sie einen Abstecher zu einem von Chinas pulsierenden Marktplätzen machen, wo Sie köstliche Dim Sum und schmackhafte Zhajiangmia-Nudeln mit süßer Bohnenpaste, grob gemahlenem Schweinefleisch und eingelegtem Gemüse kosten können.

The giant Buddhas of China, set a little way out of the city centers, are a sight to behold. Hong Kong's Tian Tan Buddha is 112 feet high and weighs 200 tons, and you have to climb 286 steps to reach it. In a standing position, Sanya's beautifully painted Buddha is even taller at 354 feet. You'll feel humbled among these giants during your China vacation.

Leave the bustle of Hong Kong behind and hike up the fabled Dragon's Back mountain near the city. Up high, the air is cool and dry, while the mountaintops are shrouded in a light silky mist. Head to the Great Wall's Huangya Pass in Beijing to see the landscape unfold from the high point of Widow's Peak.

Say "Nia Hao" (Chinese for "Hello") to Sanya, a tropical city known for its picturesque beaches and perfect sunny weather. Take a dip at Tianya Haijiao beach, and take in the breathtaking views while kayaking around the bay. Be swallowed by the lush Yanoda Rainforest, and stay cool zip-lining through the treetops. Don't forget to pay your respects to the Buddhist goddess Guanyin, who watches over the city from the sea.

Vermilion temples, grand palaces, flowering gardens and old-style wooden architecture are some of the things you'll see on your city wanderings. Head into Shanghai's Bund neighborhood and get a sense of what China looked like 100 years ago. The Five Great Avenues district of Beijing will inspire you with its colonial architecture and olden-day charm.

You'll really see the enormity of China's cities from viewpoints high above the cityscapes. Take Beijing's Tianjin Eye ferris wheel and see the skyscrapers grow small as you climb uparagraphCopy to the highest point. Trek up Shanghai Tower, with the world's fastest elevators and the second tallest observation deck for an experience you won't forget.

Haggling in China is so popular it's practically a national pastime. Brush up on your bargaining skills when you head to a market, and win your items on the cheap. Head to Silk Street or Tianyi Market in Beijing, and check out Tian Zi Fang in the Old French Concession quarter of Shanghai. If you're into antiques, don't miss Shanghai's Dong Tai Road Antique Market or Beijing's Liulichang.    


China is where the adventure starts, but it's certainly not where it ends. Cruise from the world's most populated cities to nearby Asian countries that hold their own mysteries. Soak in Japanese onsens (hot springs), walk among Vietnamese rice paddies and take in the tropical sun of Thailand.
Woman looking at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, China


On your way out of China, be enamored by the fragrant scents of Japanese delicacies and the stunning views of the island nation. Cruise from Beijing or Shanghai to Japan's hidden gems like Fukuoka, Nagasaki and Kumamoto, and learn the history of these ancient countries in world-class museums.

Nature Landscape with Mountains and the Ocean


Vietnam is full of small villages, lattices of rice fields and friendly people. Cruise from China to witness the grazing buffalo of Vietnam, and enjoy the transition from high-tech cityscapes to tranquil, rural countryside.

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Tips for the Temple

China has a unique and vibrant culture with distinct customs, weather and cuisine.

When you're frequenting the many large shopping malls, be sure to haggle, as this practice is accepted and encouraged in China. To nab your best bargain, decide the highest price you're willing to pay and offer 50 percent of it.

The weather in China varies from city to city (it's a big place!), but winters are usually cold and dry while summers are hot, humid and rainy. Monsoon season ranges from May to August, and it's always best to check the weather forecast before leaving the ship.

Street food in China is generally safe and delicious, but trust your instincts as you navigate the noodle stalls and dumpling vendors. Foodie favorites are steamed buns, deep-fried Chinese donuts and egg fried rice.

Insider Tips

1 In China, make sure you only drink bottled or filtered water, as tap water can be unsafe.
2 Keep your dollars at home; only Chinese yuan is accepted, and cash is preferred.
3 Tipping is not expected, so only pay what you owe.


Rice or noodles? This is the burning, personality-defining question on the mind of every Chinese local hunting down their next meal. Across all of China's regions, street food markets are undoubtedly the most popular places to eat, serving up ultra-fresh, authentic fare at unbeatable prices.

The size of a clenched fist, baozi dumplings make for a wholesome on-the-go meal. Stuffed with meat and vegetables, you can find them at local Tianjin markets just outside Beijing. Popular combos include pork, onion and mushroom or cabbage, scallions and ginger.
Looking for a higher-end culinary experience? In Hong Kong, head to Kam's Roast Goose and indulge in a Michelin-starred meal of roast goose complete with crisped skin and other delicacies like suckling pig and cured pork sausage.

Make a pit stop at any street food market and pick up a delicious array of bao, the traditional Chinese dumplings in a small, bun-shaped wrapper. Try the delicate xiaolongbao, or soup dumplings, oozing with savory broth, or the crispy-pork-stuffed shengjian bao.

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