You can now use the ride sharing app DiDi with foreign phone number & major credit cards. Makes getting a ride so much easier!
Traveling to China can seem intimidating, I hope my #ChinaTravelGuide can help you feel more prepared and less nervous! These #ChinaTravelTips are compiled from my unique perspective as someone who once lived in China but now visits as a ‘foreigner’. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask:)
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Here’s a list of topics I talk about in this video:
1. Useful Apps
2. ATMs & How to Bargain
3. Finding Accommodation
* I used booking.com because they let you know if an accommodation only accepts Chinese citizens.
• Edit: I can’t believe I forgot to mention:
In bigger cities, USE the subway train! So easy and always in English.
5. Dining / Service
6. Culture Shock & What to Expect
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Hi there, my name is Dia.
I left Los Angeles in late 2017 and have been traveling ever since. I began making videos to keep myself grounded, and since then it has turned into my dream career! Taking the leap to chase my dream was scary at first, but sharing my stories and adventures with you guys have been an amazing part of it.
I hope to continue making travel vlogs and valuable guides to help and inspire others. Would love to get to know ya! Drop a comment and say hi 🙂