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2010 Chinese New Year Tours | New Year Vacation

The Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival or the Lunar New Year, is the No. 1 important festival of China. The festival traditionally begins on the first day of the first month in the Chinese calendar and ends on the 15th (this day is also called the Lantern Festival). And the Chinese New Year's Eve (Feb. 13th 2010) is time for the reunion dinner, a great countdown, brilliant fireworks or making wishes in the temple. The 2010 Chinese New Year (from Feb. 14 - 28, 2010), also the Year of the Tiger according to Chinese tradition, is a great opportunity for you to learn more about Chinese culture and take part in the carnival-like New Year celebration. Travel with more special spectacles, lesser tourist crowds and lower costs too!

China is a large country, you can choose from a vast variety of destinations, you can learn to make dumplings in Beijing just as Beijingers do, or join the cheerful crowds for the New Year Parade and Firework Show in Hong Kong. Choose some a little more remote cities to take in more traditional New Year spectacles and witness the customs passed down from generations to generations. Head for the Huangshan for millions of photographic opportunities, and immerse yourself in the local celebration. Or try the minority area of Yunnan with special customs and exotic landscape, featuring Jianshui, the hidden town in Yunnan that immerse in the Confucian culture for hundreds of years, and don't forget Yuanyang, a photographic paradise with the most majestic and imposing terrace field in China, almost 10 times bigger than the Longji Terraces in Guilin.

See our recommended New Year Tour below and plan your happy holiday with an unforgettable Chinese New Year.

Best Places to Travel China in New Year Vacation

Recommended China Tours for the New Year Vacation

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