China is an incredible country that was one of my most memorable (if not sweatiest) trips. While I only spent two weeks, to truly get an experience of the large country, you’ll want to spend upwards of a month. China is quite an easy country to be vegan in, as many Buddhist restaurants cater to vegetarians already.

Language in China: English, Mandarin (among other dialects)
Currency in China: Yuan
Best Payment Method in China: Cash and Card
Transport in China: Taxi, Public Transport, Train Between Cities
Visa for China: Check your visa requirements (affiliate program)

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