Nanjing tour
Nanjing tour




Nanjing is the second-largest city in eastern China. The city is located in the Yangtze River Delta. This city has a unique position in the history and culture of China and has been the capital of China in different periods A lot of tourists book Nanjing tours every year. . Moreover, Nanjing is ranked in the list of global financial centers as one of the top 100 cities in the world. Despite wars and disasters, Nanjing has been one of the world’s largest cities that enjoy peace and prosperity.

Nanjing tours & packages


    Top Attraction

    Here are our top suggestions for things to do in Nanjing during your visit:

    • Bao’en Temple

    Bao’en Temple, commonly known as the Porcelain Tower, was one of Nanjing’s three most prominent temples during the Ming Dynasty’s early years (1368-1644). People went to the pagoda to worship Buddha and have their souls delivered from purgatory. The temple was demolished at one time, but it was rebuilt and renovated thanks to a generous donation from a Chinese businessman.

    • Eat Jinling Roast Duck

    Despite the fact that Beijing duck is famous across China for its delicious flavor, Nanjing is still known as the duck capital. Local chefs make soups, appetizers, main dishes, pastries, and snacks.

    Jinling Roast Duck, also known as Nanjing Salted Duck, is served in the southern capital city and, unlike its northern counterpart, does not include wheat flour pancakes or cucumbers on the side. Instead, anticipate soft, juicy meat on the inside and crispy outside.

    • Nanjing Massacre Memorial

    The Nanjing Massacre Memorial honors 300,000 people and serves as a history learning center. When China fought the Japanese army in Shanghai for almost 6 weeks in 1937, half of the 600,000 vulnerable civilians living in Nanjing were murdered by the highly disciplined Japanese army.

    It isn’t meant to belittle the Japanese; rather, it’s intended to demonstrate how humans, like animals, can be cruel to others at times. “Those who ignore or refuse to learn from history are doomed to repeat it forever,” says an old adage. Pay respects to those who perished in the Nanjing Massacre in 1937.

    • Visit the Presidential Palace of Nanjing

    From 1840 through 1949, the Presidential Palace served as the political hub of the Opium War and the Liberation War. It is the world’s largest contemporary history museum, as well as a classic South China park with pavilions, trees, and lakes. It’s a nice place to learn about history and also to relax.

    • Explore the Jiming Temple

    It’s a lovely Buddhist temple from the time of the Three Kingdoms. It is near Xuanwu Lake and a section of the city wall. The view from the city wall is breathtaking; from the temple, you can climb to the top of the wall and take some great shots

    Tourist Transportation

    Nanjing is a major national transportation center with international and domestic airlines, trains, buses, metro, taxis, and ferries. In Nanjing, there are two types of transportation cards. The Public Utility IC Card is the one that applies to travelers (PUIC; also called Jin Ling Tong in Chinese). Cardholders receive a 20% discount on Nanjing buses, a 5% discount on subway lines, a 50% discount on Zhongshan Pier – Pukou ferries, and a 10% discount on all other ferries.

    When Is the Best Time to Take a tour

    Spring and fall, especially April to May and September to November, are the most pleasant times to visit Nanjing.

    Covid-19 aka Coronavirus Travel Advice

    If you consider traveling during the coronavirus pandemic, take precautions to protect yourself and others from Covid-19. Answer a few questions before traveling to a destination: have you been vaccinated against Covid-19, have you been in close contact with a person with Covid-19, and does your home or destination have requirements or restrictions for travelers?
    Steps to stay safe during your travel

    • Maintain a distance of 2 meters from others,
    • Wear a face mask,
    • Avoid the crowded or poorly ventilated areas,
    • Cover coughs and sneezes with bent elbow or tissues,
    • Clean and wash your hands frequently,
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth,
    • Avoid eating or drinking on public transportation.

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