As a foil to the frenetic pace of Kowloon, you can't go past these sanctuaries.
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All Australian passport holders require a visa to travel to China as well as other documentation.
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China is as much old world as it is new. From Shanghai's skyscrapers bathed in neon, to grey-walled hutongs of Beijing, the terracotta warriors to the greatest wall of them all. While its man-made wonders are vast, its natural ones are also incredible; the karst cliffs of Yangshuo, the tiger leaping gorge, and its giant pandas. And don't forget to dive into its unique and varied cuisine.