The Rough Guide To China (Rough Guide Travel Guides Paperback Leffman
Fair condition Tags Lonely planet Category: Books, Magazines > Textbooks EAN: 9781843538721 ISBN: 9781843538721 Description The Rough Guide to China is the definitive guidebook to one of the world's most fascinating and rapidly changing travel destinations. The full-colour introduction gives an inspiring insight into many of China's highlights, from the awesome scenery down the Yangzi River to the incredible Great Buddha at Leshan and the lavish Confucius Temple. Read expert background on everything from the treasures of the Forbidden City to the Buddhist art of the Mogao Caves as well as comprehensive information on China's history, politics, cultures and peoples.This fully- updated fifth edition includes an extended chapter on Shanghai and new colour inserts throughout allowing you to chose where to go and what to see, inspired by over 150 photos. Rely on our selection of the best places to stay and eat, for every budget with place names, accommodation and restaurants invaluably translated into Chinese script. Featuring over 140 detailed maps plus vital Chinese characters, this indispensable guide takes you from cutting-edge clubs in Shanghai to holy mountains in Tibet and from ancient temples to gleaming new skyscrapers. Make the most of your time with The Rough Guide to China . Key Features Author(s) David Leffman, Simon Lewis Publisher Rough Guides Ltd Date of Publication 01/04/2008 Language English Format Paperback ISBN-10 1843538725 ISBN-13 9781843538721 Subject Travel & Holiday Guides: General Publication Data Place of Publication London Country of Publication United Kingdom Imprint Rough Guides Out-of-print date 20/12/2011 Content Note Illustrations (some col.), maps (some col.) Dimensions Weight 778 g Width 129 mm Height 201 mm Spine 37 mm Editorial Details Edition Statement 5th Revised edition Description Author Biography David Leffman is an established Rough Guide author and inveterate traveller with a long history of visiting China. Simon Lewis first visited China in 1993 where he studied Mandarin Chinese, after working as a barman, teacher and life model in Hong Kong.