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As one of the most populous countries in the world, China is home to every corner of the globe, offering a unique mixture of deserts, mountains, and grassy plains. Whether you’re traveling to the coastline city of Beijing for work or enjoying the unique history that stretches from Tiananmen Square to the Great Wall, having a ride handy is the best way to ensure you see it all. Stay within the bounds of the city by utilizing a simple shuttle, or get a worldwide experience by hopping from village to village with your own private SUV, all while looking forward to the next big moment.

For anyone looking to enjoy the west side of Chengdu, arriving to CTU International is an easy way to do it. Get a feel for the capital of the Sichuan Province by getting a ride to show you around, whether it’s a speedy downtown transfer through the Shuangliu Airport Railway Station or aboard the newly installed Chengdu Metro Line 10 subway stop. You can also utilize the help of a nearby hotel to get a free shuttle, choosing between the on-site convenience of Chengdu Airport Hotel or the slightly nicer atmosphere surrounding Xiehe Airport Hotel.

See Chengdu from an intimate perspective by booking a sedan as your go-to ride, heading to Luodai Ancient Town for a look at authentic Hakka architecture. For families trying to have fun in the area, book an SUV to take a tour of Happy Valley’s unique amusement parks during the day, afterward unwinding with a sunset across Wangjiang Tower Park’s bamboo gardens. If you’re traveling to the Century City New International Convention Center for work, reserve a taxi to make the trip simple, arriving on-time and hassle free with a ride that knows every corner, or explore the Lianxin Street Residential District with helpful advice from a local personal driver. Lovers of the opulent should explore Renmin South Road’s best restaurants in matching style, reserving a stretched limousine to take every step like fine wine.

Just five miles north of the city of Kunming, Changshui International is a massive airport known for being one of China’s busiest transportation hubs. As the capital of the Yunnan Province, you’ll want to see the city as soon as you arrive, something easy to do with instant access to the rapid subway and train system of Kunming Metro as well as several shuttles and private ride options. Reserve a room at a nearby hotel to get a free ride, whether it’s courtesy of the on-site Wanhong Business Hotel or the super posh Huishang International along Airport Road.

Get a ride that allows you to see Kunming’s scenic side, whether it’s a small sedan perfect for taking a drive through Qipanshan National Forest Park or a local personal driver who knows the coolest hidden gems around Dianchi Pool. Reserve a roomy SUV for the whole family to get around, exploring diverse temples at the heart of downtown, enjoying the large ponds of Yuantong as much as the surreal golden plants of The Gong Jindian. Business travelers in need of a quick drop-off to the city’s business district should take Subway Line 1 or book a taxi to make it simple – you can also go all the way with a stretched limousine, the perfect ride for making first impressions last.

A few miles west of Shenzhen’s central business district, Bao’an International Airport is known for its unique modern design and especially friendly staff. Offering the convenience of on-site city buses and a Shenzhen Metro train station, the Ground Transportation Center is located right outside Terminal C’s baggage claim, making getting out of the area extra easy. Make things even easier by spending the night at a nearby hotel, getting a free shuttle lift courtesy of Vienna Hotel, or go the extra mile by utilizing the freedom of your own private rental.

Whether you’re in love with the surrounding natural backdrop of northern Hong Kong or head over heels for the quaint riverside charm of downtown Shenzhen, there’s a lot to see. Take your time with an intimate private sedan, starting with the countless landmarks scattered across the historic Chinese Folk Village. Families looking to enjoy the region’s amusement parks should carry everyone with an SUV or chartered bus, whether you’re heading to the fun water slides of Happy Valley or the exotic eastern exhibits at Shenzhen Safari Park. Keep up with changing dynamics as much as ancient history by having a driver who knows the area well, using the advice and services of a local personal driver to check out the coolest spots surrounding the Deep Bay. Those heading to the Shenzhen Convention Center for work should reserve a taxi to make things quick, and a stretched limousine to make the night last.