China Tours

2020

Due to the Corona Virus In China, we have rescheduled our March tour for August 2020.  What an unforeseen tragedy.  I am personally praying for my 2nd home in China.  This has altered many plans, but has certainly not stopped us.  China will recover!

 

 

Got Your Passport?

 

Pay only $3750 for an All Inclusive Tour to Hair Factories, Clothing Factories and meet Thousands of Vendors in Beauty, Fashion, and the Hottest Trends!

                     Make sure to Join https://www.facebook.com/groups/GlobalBeautyBusiness/ on Facebook to get your $1000 discount!

 

 

More and more people are traveling to China and India, looking for business opportunities and face to face interaction with Chinese and Indian Hair factories and many other viable businesses.

Actually visiting the country, can help one quickly gain relevant knowledge and to initiate a profitable business relationship with International partners, even if you are shopping for personal use.

However, if you do not prepare for your trip carefully, your first visit can easily be turned into a wasteful and unproductive experience. We have effective ways to minimize or avoid wasting time and money on your business trip to China or India.

Are You in Business and Want to Finance Your Trip?

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Tours Offered

 Personal Tours

Our custom personal tours are designed specifically for you. We cater to you exclusively by offering a custom designed tour, which includes Alix Moore as your personal guide.  All travel details, along with your itinerary, arrival and departure dates, and any other specific tour details - are customized just for you. Contact us and send your ideas, and we'll design your perfect get-a-way. We are committed to making your trip an experience that will last a lifetime!

Private Business Tours

Our Private Tours are a great travel option for those wanting to tour as a small group. They are ideal for groups of friends, families and business partners. Our private tours include Alix Moore as your guide, with flexible itineraries and travel dates. Our tours allow you to comfortably do business without worrying about other travelers needs. We are committed to making your trip exciting, productive, and memorable. We can customize this tour to accommodate any of your needs. Just contact us and we'll help you with the details to book your Private Business Tour.

Group Business Tours

This group tour is for up to 10 people. We will cater to ALL industries...to be defined in initial consultation. You will have the opportunity to network with other like-minded men and women. You will see and shop for everything you ever dreamed of. We will explore a variety of factories and markets, and you'll be able to purchase direct with unbeatable quality and prices. You'll discover endless opportunities to create or grow your income streams. You will 100% build your network and establish personal relationships with factories that can help take your business or ideas to the next level! Price includes: Round trip airfare, 4-star accommodations, transportation, translator, tour preparation, Invitation Letter to visit China, consultation, and delivery of your goods before you depart, via FedEx, DHL, or UPS and more. Get ready for an amazing experience!

Tour Dates

March 20-27th, 2020 (Rescheduled to Aug.2020 )

CATEGORIES ~ Hair, wigs, lashes, cosmetics, beauty tools and products, packaging, men, women and children's shoes and clothing, leather coats and furs, phone cases, drones, waist trainers, household goods, jewelry and accessories and more!

April 15-19th 2020 (cancelled)

CATEGORIES ~ Auto & Motorcycle, Electronics, Building & Construction, Industrial Engineering, New Energy, Lights & Lighting, Plant & Machinery, Tools & Equipments, Automation Robots, Chemical Industry

April 23-27th 2020 (cancelled)

CATEGORIES ~ Furnishings & Decor, Furniture, Toys & Games, Arts & Crafts, Cosmetics

May 1-5th 2020 (cancelled)

CATEGORIES ~ Fashion & Beauty, Apparel & Clothing, Leather, Fashion Shows, Sports Industry, Textile & Fabrics

August 30-Sept. 7, 2020 (6 spots left)

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October 15-19th 2020

(categories TBD)

October 23-27th 2020

(categories TBD)

October 31-November 1st 2020

(categories TBD)

FAQ's About China

Q. What's Included In This Trip?

A. 7 -10 days, Hotel accommodations/ Shared Apartment Home, Trip preparation, Local transportation,  Flexible customized itinerary, Round trip air-fare from Los Angeles, Tours to local factories and markets, and local sights and your Invitation letter.

Q. How much money should I bring?
A. Travelers are only allowed to take up to US$5000 in or out of the country. How much you bring will vary on how much shopping you want to do. Food will cost from $20-30 a day, and transportation will vary from $20-$40 per day depending on where you go. You can exchange your money at the airport to receive their RMB or Yuan, which is cheaper than using a credit card. Remember that there is a higher % applied on international charges through your debit or credit card.
Q. What happens after I book my China expedition?

A.  You will receive a personal call from Alix  to discuss details and preparations for your upcoming trip.

Q. Is China Affordable?
A. China is affordable compared with other places in the world. ... Besides, travel in the big cities is usually more expensive than the smaller ones and travel during holiday times is more expensive.
Q. Is China Safe?

A. China is a very safe country. Overall, and especially for tourists. You are very safe as a tourist,  China puts in a lot of extra effort into tourists protection and safety.  There are cameras everywhere.  

Q. Should I be Worried About the Corona Virus?

A. Well, it's definitely a concern, however, out of a Billion people, I'd say that 3-500 cases is still very rare.  We are not in that region, and they have shut down transportation in and out of that region... However, I still take precautionary measures and wear my masks, and I don't take the subways anymore. Most people don't get vaccinations to visit China, but just in case you feel the need to be extra cautious, the recommended vaccines are Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Tetanus and Diphtheria. 

Q. What Should I Wear?

A. China is pretty much a free dressing country.  Often times you'll find lots of ladies wearing Daisy Dukes during the summer, and Daisy Dukes  with stockings during the winter, LOL!  You can pretty much dress however you are comfortable. 

Q. What is Personal Space In China Like?
A. China is a crowded place, and the locals have become accustomed to a much smaller personal space than we are accustomed to in the west. Don’t be surprised if you’re jostled or shoved when queuing – it’s just part of Chinese culture.
Q. What is Food in Mainland China like?
A. China has wonderful authentic meals. It may differ from the taste in USA, but I guarantee you're going to love it! I have several tasty restaurants that we will try. In addition, they do have places like Domino's, KFC, and McDonald's also. You may also want to bring your familiar food snacks along, just in case.
Q. What Should I know about Communication in China?
A. Get a local SIM card in China
China’s major carriers include China Telecom and China Unicom. SIM cards can be purchased at the airport or at most corner stores, and credit is quite affordable.
Most Chinese SIMs are locked to the province in which they are purchased, so you’ll pay roaming charges when texting, calling, or using data outside of this province.
Even then, the rate is far cheaper than international roaming.

China’s premier messaging app is Weixin (WeChat in English) and everybody you meet – expats and locals alike – will have it.
Download the free app and set it up, as it’s a great way to keep in touch with locals who may not have social media.

Q. Will I need a VPN?
A. When you visit China keep in mind that their ‘Great Firewall’ blocks sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and most of the Google selection. If you want to access these while you’re visiting China, you’ll need to purchase a VPN, (ask for details)
Q. What is Transportation in China like?

A. There may be a time or two, or 3, that a taxi driver will pass you up or try to charge you more that the locals rate. I will advise to negotiate their rate and keep it moving, even if it's higher. Also, never get in an unmarked taxi, and make sure to take a picture of the driver and the cab number before entering.  I personally take the train and the bus to avoid getting beat by taxi drivers.

Q. How do I communicate with the locals?

A. Very few Chinese speak English, so it is very important to have you Google Translator already downloaded.

Got Your Passport?

 

Pay only $3750 for an All Inclusive Tour to Hair Factories, Clothing Factories and meet Thousands of Vendors in Beauty, Fashion, and the Hottest Trends!

                     Make sure to Join https://www.facebook.com/groups/GlobalBeautyBusiness/ on Facebook to get your discount!

 

 

More and more people are traveling to China and India, looking for business opportunities and face to face interaction with Chinese and Indian Hair factories and many other viable businesses.

Actually visiting the country, can help one quickly gain relevant knowledge and to initiate a profitable business relationship with International partners, even if you are shopping for personal use.

However, if you do not prepare for your trip carefully, your first visit can easily be turned into a wasteful and unproductive experience. We have effective ways to minimize or avoid wasting time and money on your business trip to China or India.

Tours Offered

 Personal Tours

Our custom personal tours are designed specifically for you. We cater to you exclusively by offering a custom designed tour, which includes Alix Moore as your personal guide.  All travel details, along with your itinerary, arrival and departure dates, and any other specific tour details - are customized just for you. Contact us and send your ideas, and we'll design your perfect get-a-way. We are committed to making your trip an experience that will last a lifetime!

Private Business Tours

Our Private Tours are a great travel option for those wanting to tour as a small group. They are ideal for groups of friends, families and business partners. Our private tours include Alix Moore as your guide, with flexible itineraries and travel dates. Our tours allow you to comfortably do business without worrying about other travelers needs. We are committed to making your trip exciting, productive, and memorable. We can customize this tour to accommodate any of your needs. Just contact us and we'll help you with the details to book your Private Business Tour.

Group Business Tours

This group tour is for up to 10 people. We will cater to ALL industries...to be defined in initial consultation. You will have the opportunity to network with other like-minded men and women. You will see and shop for everything you ever dreamed of. We will explore a variety of factories and markets, and you'll be able to purchase direct with unbeatable quality and prices. You'll discover endless opportunities to create or grow your income streams. You will 100% build your network and establish personal relationships with factories that can help take your business or ideas to the next level! Price includes: Round trip airfare, 4-star accommodations, transportation, translator, tour preparation, Invitation Letter to visit China, consultation, and delivery of your goods before you depart, via FedEx, DHL, or UPS and more. Get ready for an amazing experience!

Tour Dates

March 20-27th, 2020 (SOLD OUT)

CATEGORIES ~ Hair, wigs, lashes, cosmetics, beauty tools and products, packaging, men, women and children's shoes and clothing, leather coats and furs, phone cases, drones, waist trainers, household goods, jewelry and accessories and more!

April 15-19th 2020

CATEGORIES ~ Auto & Motorcycle, Electronics, Building & Construction, Industrial Engineering, New Energy, Lights & Lighting, Plant & Machinery, Tools & Equipments, Automation Robots, Chemical Industry

April 23-27th 2020

CATEGORIES ~ Furnishings & Decor, Furniture, Toys & Games, Arts & Crafts, Cosmetics

May 1-5th 2020

CATEGORIES ~ Fashion & Beauty, Apparel & Clothing, Leather, Fashion Shows, Sports Industry, Textile & Fabrics

August 30-Sept. 7, 2020

SEE EVERYTHING IN BEAUTY AND FASHION!

October 15-19th 2020

(categories TBD)

October 23-27th 2020

(categories TBD)

October 31-November 1st 2020

(categories TBD)

FAQ's About China

Q. What's Included In This Trip?

A. 7 -10 days, Hotel accommodations/ Shared Apartment Home, Trip preparation, Local transportation,  Flexible customized itinerary, Round trip air-fare from Los Angeles, Tours to local factories and markets, and local sights and your Invitation letter.

Q. How much money should I bring?
A. Travelers are only allowed to take up to US$5000 in or out of the country. How much you bring will vary on how much shopping you want to do. Food will cost from $20-30 a day, and transportation will vary from $20-$40 per day depending on where you go. You can exchange your money at the airport to receive their RMB or Yuan, which is cheaper than using a credit card. Remember that there is a higher % applied on international charges through your debit or credit card.
Q. What happens after I book my China expedition?

A.  You will receive a personal call from Alix  to discuss details and preparations for your upcoming trip.

Q. Is China Affordable?
A. China is affordable compared with other places in the world. ... Besides, travel in the big cities is usually more expensive than the smaller ones and travel during holiday times is more expensive.
Q. Is China Safe?

A. China is a very safe country. Overall, and especially for tourists. You are very safe as a tourist,  China puts in a lot of extra effort into tourists protection and safety.  There are cameras everywhere.  

Q. Should I be Worried About the Corona Virus?

A. Well, it's definitely a concern, however, out of a Billion people, I'd say that 3-500 cases is still very rare.  We are not in that region, and they have shut down transportation in and out of that region... However, I still take precautionary measures and wear my masks, and I don't take the subways anymore. Most people don't get vaccinations to visit China, but just in case you feel the need to be extra cautious, the recommended vaccines are Hepatitis A, Typhoid and Tetanus and Diphtheria. 

Q. What Should I Wear?

A. China is pretty much a free dressing country.  Often times you'll find lots of ladies wearing Daisy Dukes during the summer, and Daisy Dukes  with stockings during the winter, LOL!  You can pretty much dress however you are comfortable. 

Q. What is Personal Space In China Like?
A. China is a crowded place, and the locals have become accustomed to a much smaller personal space than we are accustomed to in the west. Don’t be surprised if you’re jostled or shoved when queuing – it’s just part of Chinese culture.
Q. What is Food in Mainland China like?
A. China has wonderful authentic meals. It may differ from the taste in USA, but I guarantee you're going to love it! I have several tasty restaurants that we will try. In addition, they do have places like Domino's, KFC, and McDonald's also. You may also want to bring your familiar food snacks along, just in case.
Q. What Should I know about Communication in China?
A. Get a local SIM card in China
China’s major carriers include China Telecom and China Unicom. SIM cards can be purchased at the airport or at most corner stores, and credit is quite affordable.
Most Chinese SIMs are locked to the province in which they are purchased, so you’ll pay roaming charges when texting, calling, or using data outside of this province.
Even then, the rate is far cheaper than international roaming.

China’s premier messaging app is Weixin (WeChat in English) and everybody you meet – expats and locals alike – will have it.
Download the free app and set it up, as it’s a great way to keep in touch with locals who may not have social media.

Q. Will I need a VPN?
A. When you visit China keep in mind that their ‘Great Firewall’ blocks sites such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, and most of the Google selection. If you want to access these while you’re visiting China, you’ll need to purchase a VPN, (ask for details)
Q. What is Transportation in China like?

A. There may be a time or two, or 3, that a taxi driver will pass you up or try to charge you more that the locals rate. I will advise to negotiate their rate and keep it moving, even if it's higher. Also, never get in an unmarked taxi, and make sure to take a picture of the driver and the cab number before entering.  I personally take the train and the bus to avoid getting beat by taxi drivers.

Q. How do I communicate with the locals?

A. Very few Chinese speak English, so it is very important to have you Google Translator already downloaded.