A big welcome to all disabled travelers and their travel companions for this edition of our China access guide!
This week we pay a visit to Shanghai, the largest city on the mainland and a center of Asia’s financial world.
Sitting at the mouth of the mystical Yangtze River, Shanghai is a modern marvel that hosted the World Expo in 2010, drawing over 70 million visitors from afar.
Like Beijing and the Summer Olympics, this event has major implications for disabled access in the city, so let’s hunt for good news! [more]
Greetings, all! As promised, today’s blog is all about accessible attractions, disabled hotels and more in Beijing. The capital of China and one of the most populous cities in Asia, it’s home to about 22 million people. The city has become much more welcoming to tourists in recent years, especially since the 2008 Summer Olympics, which were held there. Last time we took a quick look at handicapped tour operators, which I still highly recommend for the first-time visitor to China; now, let’s take a peek at the city once called Peking. [more]
It’s time once again to take an exciting trip on the Disabled Travelers blog. This time, we’re returning to our destination-by-destination accessibility guides to take our first look at China!
I’ve been excited about this one, and pretty soon we’ll be moving on to Beijing and other major sites including the Great Wall.
But for now, let’s take a look at some of the top tour providers around the country. I can’t wait! [more]
Hello, everybody! It’s February, and that means another Disabled Travelers news round-up!
Once a month, I scour the wire for everything new under the sun that has to do with disabled travel: good, bad, indifferent, and “huh?”
It’s that time again and there’s a lot to report, so let’s get down to it and get rolling. [more]