China travel deals 2022

Don't miss a beat when you visit with these China package deals.

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A country with some of the world's biggest cities and most tranquil countrysides, China is where old meets new around each and every corner.

The ancient Great Wall and colourful temples sit near soaring skyscrapers and top-notch transit systems in this fascinating nation that's more than a billion people strong.

It's quickly becoming one of the most affordable countries to visit too, with bargain package tours, cheap flights and deals on hotels frequently becoming available.

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Best sites to find China holiday deals

  • Wendy Wu: A tour company that needs no introduction, Wendy Wu is one of the best in the business, particularly for tours around Asia. She can also help you book flights if needed.
  • Groupon: Keep your eyes peeled on Groupon and if you're lucky you could score holiday packages, including flights, accommodation and a tour for under $700 return.
  • Flight Centre: With no booking fees and partnerships with many of the major hotel chains, you're sure to score a nice little deal on your upcoming China holiday with Flight Centre.

Best time to find China holiday deals

April-June (spring) and September-October (autumn) are the best times to make the trip to China. This is because summers can get hot and smoggy while winters can be unbearably cold.

Depending on where in China you're headed, you can snap up flights for as little as $500 return on a full service airline. We've outlined below some benchmarks from major Australian cities into popular China ones.

Best time to book flights

How far in advance should you book for great deals? From major cities like Sydney and Melbourne, getting your flights booked to Beijing 5 weeks in advance is the sweet spot. Flights to Shanghai are a little less black and white with the ideal booking period being 2-6 weeks in advance.


Where is it? China sits on the far east of the Asian mainland, between Russia and the sea separating it from Japan.

How do I get there? Direct flights are available to various cities in China from Australia's main cities. While flights often go on sale, you can also bag a bargain with connecting flights through Singapore with Scoot or Kuala Lumpur with AirAsia. Read more...

What should I do? Walk along the Great Wall, see the Terracotta Army, indulge in a Chinese food banquet, meet cuddly pandas. Read more...

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