A timeshare in China gives you the chance to check off some of the vacation items you may have on your bucket list, like visiting the earth’s highest mountain, walking on the Great Wall, and seeing giant pandas in the wild. Located in East Asia, China is a country full of ancient history and culture, offering a dizzying array of amazing sights and activities as vast as its land mass.
The Great Wall
A timeshare in China provides you with proximity to some of the world’s most captivating attractions such as the Great Wall. Visit the Badaling section of the wall for shops and restaurants as well as helicopter tours, cable cars and toboggan rides, which are popular among travelers with children.
Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square
In Beijing, you will enjoy getting lost in the massive complex known as the Forbidden City, a former imperial palace with gardens, courtyards and nearly 1,000 buildings. Nearby, the world’s largest public square, Tiananmen Square, is also well worth a walkabout.
No trip to China would be complete without a journey to Xi’an to see the Terracotta Army, a vast accumulation of terracotta soldiers, chariots and horses once buried more than 2,000 years ago with the first Emperor of China.
Spend some time in the buzzing international city of Hong Kong to experience its ultra-modern attractions, dazzling skyscrapers, shopping malls and vibrant nightlife. Browse the night market and try delicious food. Take a night cruise in the beautiful Victoria Harbor and watch the spectacular light-and-sound show.
China’s largest city, Shanghai is an innovative metropolis with busy streets, luxurious performance centers and gleaming skyscrapers like the Shanghai World Financial Center and Oriental Pearl Tower. Stroll along the picturesque waterfront, the Bund, to watch the city skyline light up at night.
While staying at your timeshare in China, experience the country's rich culture by visiting some of the many stunning temple complexes, especially the well-preserved Three Pagodas in southern China.
Tour the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet, the former residence of the Dalai Lama. Sign up for classes to learn one of the country’s ancient martial arts such as wushu or kungfu. Sample the wide variety of delicious Chinese cuisine in the county’s different regions.
Explore China’s centuries-old rice terraces, such as those at Hani and Dragon’s Backbone, to admire incredible landscapes and learn about traditional Chinese customs.
Nature and Outdoors
Take a river cruise on China’s majestic waterways, Li River and Yangtze River, to relish some of the country’s most picturesque scenery as you glide through awe-inspiring gorges and wind around dramatic sheer cliffs, otherworldly karst mountains and charming shore villages.
Fuel your adrenaline by taking a plane tour from Tibet into the breathtaking Himalayan Mountains, and then go trekking up to the Mount Everest base camp.
Visit the Sichuan Wolong Giant Panda Nature Preserve to see giant pandas, golden monkeys and red pandas.
Experience the ethereal beauty of Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, where a large concentration of unique rock formations and sandstone pinnacles rise above misty clouds. Hiking, cable cars, trams and elevators are among the many ways to view this amazing scenery.
Families visiting their timeshare in China will enjoy kid-friendly attractions such as the Shanghai Zoo, Ocean Park in Hong Kong, Changzhou Dinosaur Park, Beijing Happy Valley and Hong Kong Disneyland.
When to Visit
Spring (April through May) and autumn (September through October) are the best times to visit your timeshare in China for ideal weather and fewer crowds. Summer (June to August) is the peak season with hot temperatures and crowds. Cold weather makes winter (November to March) the offseason but presents a good time for those on a budget.