City information – Xiamen

Xiamen

Xiamen is for most people. It’s a coastal city enriched by a long history and you can see that in its beautifully Buddhist influenced architecture. It’s close to Taiwan, Hong Kong and Shenzhen. It offers great beaches, excellent food and views you can’t achieve from inland cities. With lows of 10°C/50F and highs of 35°C/95F, Xiamen stays warm all year-round. Find out more about Xiamen.

City information – Xiamen

Beijing

Beijing, the capital of China, is home to some of the most iconic and historical Chinese attractions. From the Great Wall, one of the 7 wonders of the world, to the beautiful Forbidden City, to Tiananmen Square, Beijing is definitely a great place to be for the history enthusiast. Find out more about Beijing.

City information – Beijing
City information – Beijing
City information – Chengdu

Chengdu

The capital of Sichuan province, Chengdu is for any English teacher that enjoys the outdoors. There is a lot to see in Chengdu, and the best way to see it all is on foot. With a mix of western influence, floral decorations and river systems, be sure to bring your camera with you too to get some fantastic contrasting photos. Find out more about Chengdu.

City information – Chengdu

Tianjin

As an English teacher living in China, you may be looking for a cultural Chinese experience or you may be looking for the fast-paced, active lifestyle China has to offer, either way, Tianjin has them both. With Beijing being only a short 30-40 minute bullet train ride away, Tianjin is a great place to experience Great Wall adventures and lively weekend getaways without having to live that fast-paced, busy life every single day. Find out more about Tianjin.

City information – Tianjin
City information – Tianjin
City information – Suzhou

Suzhou

The second largest city in its province, and 42% water, Suzhou is a city for those who appreciate the beautiful architecture that has been sculpted in its over 2,500-year history. Suzhou is a city of greenery, rivers, ponds and mild-temperatures all year-round. Find out more about Suzhou.

City information – Suzhou

Shenzhen

Shenzhen is a multi-cultural mega-city bringing tech graduates and international corporations from all over the globe to it’s golden gates. Shenzhen has seen large success since the 1980s and it’s skyline shows, with large glistening buildings and fantastic architecture like the Shenzhen Museum. However, Shenzhen is much more than live-to-work, and offers a fantastic art community, nightlife, and oozes a variety of multi-cultural food from around the world. Find out more about Shenzhen.

City information – Shenzhen
City information – Shenzhen
City information – Shanghai

Shanghai

Shanghai is the New York, London and Paris of China. With a population of 24 million, 2 international airports, the largest metro system globally, Shanghai is for any English Teacher that enjoys the culture of China mixed with western city life. Enjoy the bright lights, restaurants from around the world and the fast-paced life you can’t get anywhere else in China. Find out more about Shanghai.

City information – Shanghai

Qingdao

Influenced significantly through German occupation, the calm city of Qingdao has a lot of European architecture one can’t find in many other places on China. Experience the beautifully clean beaches, drink the local and infamous Qingdao beer or enjoy the hill sides whilst watching watch the beautiful sunsets fall behind the horizon. Find out more about Qingdao. 

City information – Qingdao
City information – Qingdao
City information – Hangzhou

Hangzhou

Hangzhou has a vast variety of culture, differentiating itself vastly province by province. You can hike anywhere with Etravel Club, experience the glitz and glam by citizen center or spend a leisurely weekend strolling through the ever-changing urban landscapes. Find out more about Hangzhou.

City information – Hangzhou

Guangzhou

The home to authentic Cantonese food, Guangzhou is a place that merges the old traditions and historic sites with new bright skyscrapers, 13 metro lines a busy lifestyle you’ll want in the third largest city of China. Guangzhou’s humid subtropical climate has mild winters of around 14°C (32°F) and summers of up to 39°C (102°F), so prepare to teach English in shorts and t-shirts for most of the year, with no need of bringing your heavy winter’s jacket. Find out more about Guangzhou.

City information – Guangzhou
City information – Guangzhou

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