Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In China

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In China according to ETIC Hotels

Vienna Hotel Dongguan Shatian Humen Port

Free WiFi,Free parking,Breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.6
/10

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Yangshuo River Valley Resort Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Free parking,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.4
/10

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Hampton by Hilton Nanning East Station

ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.3
/10

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Doubletree By Hilton Zhuhai Hengqin

  •  Zhuhai, China
  •  ETIC Green Score: 73%
  •  Reviews: 0 (+)
ETIC carbon rating
55.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.3
/10

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Phoenix Resort

  •  Ezhou, China
  •  ETIC Green Score: 72%
  •  Reviews: 0 (+)
ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel Jiujiang Bali L

ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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Yangshuo Serene Cove Hotel

Outdoor swimming pool,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Free parking,Airport shuttle,Room service,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Exceptional breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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Vienna Hotel Loudi Chunyuan Pedestrian S

Free WiFi
  •  Loudi, China
  •  ETIC Green Score: 72%
  •  Reviews: 0 (+)
ETIC carbon rating
44.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

China

  • Official Name:People`s Republic of China

  • Capital:Beijing

  • Population:1,439,323,776

  • Area:9,596,961 km²

  • Major Languages:Mandarin

  • Major Religions:Non-religious, Buddhism, Taoism, Christianity, Islam

  • Life expectancy:76.25 years

  • Currency:Yuan

10 Things To Do In China

  • 1. Visit the Great Wall of China

    Embark on an awe-inspiring journey to the Great Wall of China, an iconic marvel that winds its way through diverse landscapes. Traverse centuries of history as you walk along this architectural wonder, taking in breathtaking vistas that span across China`s vastness.

  • 2. Discover the Forbidden City in Beijing

    Step back in time as you enter the sprawling expanse of the Forbidden City, a testament to China`s imperial past. Explore its opulent palaces, grand halls, and intricate courtyards, experiencing the grandeur and cultural richness that once defined imperial China.

  • 3. Explore the Terracotta Army in Xi`an

    Venture into the realm of ancient history as you stand before the awe-inspiring Terracotta Army. This remarkable archaeological site showcases thousands of life-sized warriors, horses, and chariots, revealing the grandeur of China`s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.

  • 4. Cruise the Li River in Guilin

    Embark on a tranquil cruise along the Li River, where the landscape comes alive with dramatic karst formations and picturesque scenes straight out of traditional Chinese paintings. The ethereal beauty of the region unfolds, inviting you to capture its timeless allure.

  • 5. Explore the picturesque city of Suzhou

    Immerse yourself in the elegance of Suzhou, a city renowned for its classical gardens, ancient water towns, and delicate silk craftsmanship. Discover the harmonious blend of architecture and nature that has inspired poets, scholars, and artists for centuries.

  • 6. Visit the Giant Panda Sanctuaries in Sichuan

    Delight in the heartwarming presence of China`s beloved national treasure at the Giant Panda Sanctuaries in Sichuan. Witness these gentle giants in their natural habitat, and gain insight into conservation efforts that are vital to preserving these iconic creatures.

  • 7. Experience the modernity of Shanghai

    Step into the future as you explore the cosmopolitan cityscape of Shanghai. Marvel at futuristic skyscrapers that grace the iconic skyline, stroll along the Bund to witness the fusion of history and modernity, and experience the vibrant energy that defines this global metropolis.

  • 8. Discover the Longmen Grottoes in Luoyang

    Journey into an intricate world of ancient artistry at the Longmen Grottoes, a UNESCO-listed treasure in Luoyang. Adorned with thousands of Buddhist statues and carvings, these grottoes bear witness to the devotion and craftsmanship that flourished in ancient China.

  • 9. Explore the Potala Palace in Lhasa, Tibet

    Embark on a spiritual pilgrimage to the Potala Palace, perched majestically in Lhasa, Tibet. This architectural marvel, once the winter residence of the Dalai Lama, is adorned with intricate artwork, chapels, and meditation rooms that exude an aura of profound spirituality.

  • 10. Hike the Yellow Mountains (Huangshan)

    Venture into the realm of mythical landscapes as you hike the Yellow Mountains. Majestic granite peaks, ancient pine trees, and ethereal sea of clouds create an enchanting panorama that has inspired poets and artists for centuries, offering a transcendent connection with nature.

5 Most Visited Cities In China

  • Beijing

    Shanghai

    Guangzhou

    Xi`an

    Chengdu

When To Go To China

  • China`s history and landscapes harmonize most eloquently during the spring months of April to June and the fall months of September to October. These seasons offer a moderate climate that allows for comfortable exploration of the nation`s iconic landmarks. The Great Wall stands as a testament to China`s enduring legacy and is best experienced when adorned in spring blooms or the fiery hues of autumn foliage. The Forbidden City unveils its imperial grandeur, while the Terracotta Army preserves the legacy of ancient warriors. Beijing`s blossoming in spring and the fall foliage of cities like Hangzhou add an extra layer of enchantment, making these seasons ideal for immersing oneself in the rich tapestry of China`s culture and heritage.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For China

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