Several airports in China welcome thousands of visitors and travellers daily. Shanghai Pudong International Airport is the most important airport in China, serving over 100 airlines and over 200 destinations. The Beijing Capital International Airport is arguably the country’s most preferred and busiest airport. Baiyun International Airport, Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, and Shanghai Hongqiao Airport are among China’s finest airports. For tourist seeking the most out of their visit to China, you should fly in through Beijing Capital International Airport because the capital city of Beijing is just a fine spot to begin your adventure story.
Tourists can enter China from the neighbouring countries by train through a number of crossing points. There are railway systems to and fro the capitals of Russia and China, and North Korea and China, connecting the countries together. Hong Kong connects with China by moving from Hung Hom in Hong Kong to Guangzhou in China. Nanning in Vietnam is connected to Guangxi in China. Kazakhstan connects tourists to Urumqi in China by rail.
Nepal’s link to China is through Mount Everest to Tibet. Vietnam has three legal crossing points at Dong Dang to Pingxiang, Mong Cai to Dongxing, and at Lao Cai to Hekou that connect it to China by land. Sikkim in India connects Southern Tibet in China together by land. Laos has a direct connection to Kunming in China from Luang Praban. Mongolia has two crossing points at Erenhot that leads to Zamin Uud, and Takashiken that leads to Bulgan. Myanmar offers a crossing point at Lashio into Ruili in China.
Macau has two crossing points into China at Lotus Bridge and at Portas do Cerco. Pakistan also shares boundaries with China, making it possible to cross into China by road at Kunerjab. You will find buses that shuttle Kashgar in China and Sust in Pakistan. Russia also shares boundaries with China and crossing by land is possible through Zabaik