China is a pretty easy country to travel in due to its fantastic train and bus
systems. You're also given the choice of train (bullet or local train), class,
sleeper and seat preference. In all honesty the only difficulty you will have in
transit is the language barriers on the local trains and buses as there is little
or no information in English telling you which stop you have arrived at.
Booking flights, trains and buses:
The best app to use when booking transport in China is Ctrip. It allows you to book flights, hotels and trains within the country with ease. The website version isn’t great and will quite often give you inaccurate information.
How and where to book:
Flights: Ctrip and skyscanner
Trains: Ctrip or going to the train station that you depart from and booking directly (There is a fee if you try to book or pick up a ticket outside of your departing station)
Buses: most hostels and hotels have contacts with the appropriate companies or you can go to the bus station and book yourself.
TIP: Most people do not speak English in China and your pronunciation of the cities name you wish to visit may not be as accurate as you think, so it is always best to get a local to write down your destination and train/flight/bus details in mandarin ready to show the ticket seller.
Where to visit in China:
Xinging, Guilin city
Places that EducatingKavita still wants to visit:
Tagong (town from Kanding),
N.B: Visiting Tibet requires a permit if you're not a resident of China and access to Tibet is closed to foreigners for the months of February and March. (Information correct for March 2017)
Climb Mt Emei,
Xishuangbanna, Yuanyang Terraced Fields, Yubeng and Tiger Leaping Gorge in Yunnan Province
Climb Mt Huangshan- in Anhui Province