WildChina Family Travel Tour featured in Financial Times

WildChina’s kung fu travel family vacation trip was recently featured in a Financial Times article about family-friendly travel to China.

In her April 8, 2011 article, “Where the Kids Can Run Wild,” Sophy Roberts writes, “WildChina is considered one of the best specialists for immersive tours of this vast country. Family-focused itineraries include a 13-day trip especially designed for kids aged six to 16, that circles from Beijing to Xi’an, Yunnan and back to Shanghai. The children can take lessons in Shaolin kung fu from a student monk, try dumpling-making in a traditional Beijing home and Chinese cooking on China’s south-west frontier.”

Explore China with your family – trek along Beijing’s Great Wall; witness Xi’an’s Terracotta Warriors, see the tomb of the First Emperor of China; pedal through breathtaking scenery, straight out of classical Chinese paintings seen around the world, in Guilin; and be amazed by acrobats in China’s most modern city, Shanghai. Take your family on the vacation of a lifetime as you explore the many wonders of the Middle Kingdom.

Visit WildChina’s website for more information about China family travel options.

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WildChina travelers learn Shaolin kung fu from a student monk at a birthplace of martial arts.

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Perfect for families with kids aged 6-16, this trip offers a “mobile classroom,” allowing you to learn about Chinese culture in fun and interactive ways.