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  • Quiet, clean and wonderful

    "We were travelling in a group of 4, with 2 of us in their 60s and 70s. We wanted to choose a place to stay that is clean and quiet and feelings more "home-like" than normal hotels. Tsumugi Inn was absolutely perfect. It is not a hotel but a temporary home, kept incredibly cosy and neat. The house is in the middle of town and is about 15 minutes on foot from the nearest train stations, tucked away in a quiet, picturesque little lane. Everything in the house is spotlessly clean, all the appliances and amenities are in perfect order. The host, Mr Kuni, is thoughtful and kind, and very experienced receiving overseas guests. This would be a perfect home for a group of friends who enjoy peace and quiet. A few tips I would like to offer: (i) there is no sofa (we sit on big cushions around a low coffee / dining table) and the bathrooms are on a different floor from the bedrooms, so older visitors should take care; (ii) our host keeps the place very neat and tidy with beautiful Japanese adornments around the house, parents should take care with very young children so they do not swallow (or destroy) anything; (iii) if you are unfamiliar with the rubbish recycling system in Japan it is worth asking a few more questions to make sure - we were sometimes quite confused although I think we did manage not to mess things up too badly in the end. Overall, a lovely place to stay - highly recommended!!"
    Guest: Helena Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 16, 2014
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  • Best in Bali

    "My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at this wonderful villa for two and a half weeks and it was amazing. Everything from the decorating in the villa, too the gardening in the backyard, and the outstanding Staff at the villa make this the best holiday we have even been on. The villa feels very safe, and along with the great company of the staff this proved to be a great place to stay that felt like home. We found out very quickly that the best food in bali was being made for us in our our personal balinese Villa by Kadek, one of the wonderful staff that work on site. We will be recommending this villa to everyone we know interested in staying in Bali. And as far as me and my wife, we are hoping to make this a reoccurring vacation because it feels like a home away from home."
    Guest: nwickham Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 11, 2014
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  • Heaven on Earth

    "We could not have picked a better place to stay while visiting Ubud. The villa was immaculate and the staff were first very friendly, helpful and most accommodating. We already miss the coconut pancakes at breakfast along with kadek and Ayu's smiling faces. Made, the driver even waited an extra 2 hours when our ferry was delayed. Iluh was at the villa to greet us and went out of her way to make sure the villa and our time in Ubud went smoothly, she is such a wonderful host. Gede seemed to be on full time duty, he was always there to open the entry doors and help us with anything we needed, from picking up pizza to showing my husband were to buy specific tools, he wanted. Our time in Ubud included my husband and I and our two teenage children. The kids played for hours in the private pool, we walked through the property garden and Made was always available to take us into town. I would not hesitate to recommend "Villa Tirta Indah" to anyone traveling to Ubud and area. It is a small piece of heaven on earth."
    Guest: Mrobb Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 9, 2014
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China Travel Tips

Getting to China Vacation Rentals

There are several major airport hubs in China and your destination will determine which airport is best for your arrival. If you plan to take in the historical and cultural sights of the capital city, it is most likely that you will travel to Beijing. The international airport is located just outside of the city and well connected through the public transportation systems. There are regularly scheduled flights from other major Southeast Asian cities as well as from North America and Australia. Alternate international airports can be found in Shanghai or Hong Kong. The airports are well equipped for international travelers and have easy access to taxis and public transportation systems. It’s not recommended to hire a car in China as driving is very challenging. Cities are highly congested; trains, city trams and monorails are far more efficient ways to get around the country. If you plan to head into more rural areas for sightseeing, you can make use of buses or hire a vehicle with a driver and guide to take you around.

Most Popular Seasons to Stay in Vacation Apartments in China

China is a country of extreme and diverse landscapes, and the climate varies accordingly. In Beijing, the summers can be sweltering and hot, interspersed with heavy rain showers which add to the humidity. Wintertime usually brings temperatures well below freezing. In general, the most popular time of year to visit is during August and September which are the autumn months. During this time, the temperatures are generally more moderate. Shanghai is located much further south and has a milder and more sub-tropical climate. The best seasons to travel are either spring, which is from March to May, or autumn which is September and October. Hong Kong has a tropical climate and during the summer months of June and July, the temperatures and humidity can get very high. Like many other parts of China, the more temperate seasons of spring and autumn are considered the best times of year to visit.

Visitors to China Vacation Houses

Most visitors to China have a strong interest in ancient Chinese history and culture. It is a nation with strong traditions and a rich and detailed history. There are many historic buildings, ancient temples and shrines that give testimony to various legends and heroes from the past. China is also a manufacturing giant and in terms of shopping, it is one of the most affordable retail destinations. Products range from electronic devices and gadgets to clothing and home furnishings. If you are particularly tall or large, you are unlikely to find any clothing sizes to fit you.

Major Tourist Destinations in China

There are a number of landmark attractions that most visitors to China want to see. Possibly the most famous is the Great Wall of China. While this stretches the length of the country, one of the most accessible places to see the wall is 120 kilometers north of Beijing in the town of Simatai. Other famous landmarks include the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square where the infamous protests were held. The Beihai Park is one of China’s oldest and most beautifully sculpted gardens and one of Beijing’s famous landmarks.

Shanghai is one of China’s most populous cities. Its landscape is characterized by rivers and lakes. Shanghai is home to many important temples in the Chinese Buddhist culture. In Xian are some of China’s oldest artifacts. It is near this city that the famous terracotta army was discovered by local farmers when they were digging a well. This impressive structure is now a museum that is open for visitors.

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