Don’t spend loads of cash and then regret it once you start to run out of cash. Travelling in style is possible, and you need not spend a lot just to enjoy exciting sites and fascinating China tour destinations.
- It’s ok to say no. Street vendors often pressure tourists to buy their items. However, if you do not like it, don’t have enough cash, or simply have no one to buy the item for, respectfully decline the street vendors. Should you decide to buy from one, haggle for the cheapest price. You’d be surprised at how low they can offer the items they sell.
- Don’t be embarrassed to ask for free upgrades. Hotels, car rentals, and plane seats often ask for additional fees should you request for an upgrade. However, it wouldn’t hurt to ask if they offer upgrades for free. If you ask politely enough, they just might grant you your request.
- Your China tour need not be grand. The most important thing to consider in planning a vacation is that you get to relax and be worry-free. If out-of-the-country-trips are cost too much for your budget, try searching for travel deals that are affordable and all-inclusive.