The Chinese Year of the Horse starts on 31 January 2014. See in the New Year in style on an exclusive Dragon Boat in the company of Wendy herself who will be leading the celebrations. As you board the boat on the Huangpu River you will be welcomed by costumed dancers and drummers before enjoying an evening of dinner, music and dancing. The night-time vistas of the historic Bund and futuristic Pudong will provide the perfect backdrop. To join this incredible experience, simply arrange your China holiday so that you will be in Shanghai for the night of 30-31 January 2014.
Winter is a fascinating time to visit China. While the temperatures may be colder, the days are often bright and crisp with clear skies. And there are certainly fewer other travellers at the major attractions. Most of the main destinations in China can be combined with Shanghai and the Chinese New Year celebrations or you can take this as a great opportunity to visit the famous Ice Festival in Harbin. See the Beijing section of this website for further details. Click Here