Traveling through China is an adventure in-and-of itself. The sheer size of China typically makes it a singular destination for most travelers, and even then, one can hardly scrape the surface in even a month spent there. Ancient tradition and a rich history grapple with the country’s current movement towards modernization and economic advancement. Stark contrasts are apparent between the ‘haves’ and the ‘have-nots’, the thriving cities and the poor rural villages. In addition to its unique culture and economic position, China has so much to offer when it comes to sights, adventures, and experiences, that it is impossible to pass up.