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2019
27
February
Toronto to Shanghai, Xi An, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and 8 other places in China - $480 CAD roundtrip

Hangzhou Lake, China

China Southern has dropped the price of their flights from Toronto to Shanghai, Xi An, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and 8 other destinations in China down to $480 CAD roundtrip including taxes.

The flights all have 1 stop each way, in Guangzhou, China.

Shanghai is actually the one destination that is not as strong a deal as the others, because you can pretty much always find non-stop flights from Toronto to Shanghai in the high $600s or low $700s roundtrip these days.

But to the other destinations in China, you would always have at least 1 stop anyways, and the prices are always quite a bit higher.

China Southern is actually a pretty good airline (4 star Skytrax rating). I often see people confuse China Southern with China Eastern, a lower quality airline.

The destinations in China available with this deal are...

Shanghai (PVG)

Xi An (XIY) - Undisputed root of Chinese civilization, home of the Terracotta Warriors, many historical ruins, Huashan mountain.

Wenzhou (WNZ)

Hangzhou (HGH) - Great city for tourists: West Lake scenic area, temples, pagodas, hikes, Huangshan yellow mountain, not far from Shanghai

Nanjing (NKG) - Many historical sites, tombs

Fuzhou (FOC)

Xiamen (XMN)

Zhengzhou (CGO) - Shaolin Temple / Monastery (90 min west), Yellow River scenic area.

Changchun (CGQ)

Shenyang (SHE)

Dalian (DLC)

Qingdao (TAO) - Sometimes referred to as the most beautiful and clean city in China. Near Laoshan, a scenic mountainous area.

NOTE: You can also fly into one city, but home from another, and keep the price about the same.

Here's a Google Map of all the major airports in China....

map link: https://tinyurl.com/zgn8xfl

Google map of all airports in China


NOTE: Canadians require a visa to visit China, except for special circumstances where you can get a 6 day 'visa free' stay. You can research the visa-free rules and regulations here.

Availability for travel

April, May, June -- not currently available

September, October 2019 -- currently available

How to find and book this deal

1. Try a Google Flights search like this one...

Google Flights: Toronto to Shanghai, China (PVG)
^^^ 2 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Xi An, China (XIY)
^^^ 2 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Wenzhou, China (WNZ)
^^^ 2-3 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Hangzhou, China (HGH)
^^^ 2-3 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Nanjing, China (NKG)
^^^ 2-3 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Fuzhou, China (FOC)
^^^ 2-4 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Xiamen (XMN)
^^^ 2-5 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Zhenghzhou, China (CGO)
^^^ 2.5-4 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Changchun, China (CGQ)
^^^ 3 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Shenyang, China (SHE)
^^^ 3 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip
departing May 15, 17, 20-22, 24, 27, 29

Google Flights: Toronto to Dalian, China (DLC)
^^^ 3-4 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip

Google Flights: Toronto to Qingdao, China (TAO)
^^^ 3.5-4 hour layovers, look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip


- click on the departure date box to open up the calendar view and browse for cheap date combinations

- look for the dates that are $503 roundtrip.

2. Go to Skyscanner

3. Search for a flight from Toronto (YYZ) to your destination in China.

- use the same dates that you found on Google Flights

screenshots from Skyscanner





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5 Responses to "Toronto to Shanghai, Xi An, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and 8 other places in China - $480 CAD roundtrip"


    Has James been here?
       James on January 24th, 2019

    Great prices! On the other hand, all I want to go is Guangzhou.

    Has Doug been here?
       Doug on February 6th, 2019

    There have been multiple Canadians arrested across China over the past few months. Please check the travel warnings from the government regarding China. I reduced time in a future trip to China due to the current circumstances.

    Has Jane been here?
       Jane on February 6th, 2019

    Unless you're a high profile politician or executive, the odds of being arrested in China are lower than being hit by lightning in front of your house.

    We all make risk-reward decisions multiple times per day. We drive because the reward of getting to our destination quickly is worth the risk of driving.

    Don't let irrational fears stop you from living your life.

    Has Doug been here?
       Doug on February 7th, 2019

    Jane - you are very naive. There have been many arrests other than high profile ones - https://globalnews.ca/news/4812963/13-canadians-detained-china-huawei/ - research places as best you can before you go. Don't base decisions on our laws, each country handles things differently! A year ago, I would have no problems travelling in China - nowadays it is different.

    Has Kevin been here?
       Kevin on February 7th, 2019

    "A year ago, I would have no problems travelling in China - nowadays it is different."

    I think the point Jane is making is that today you would still have a 99.8888% chance of having no problems, as opposed to the 99.9999% chance of having no problems a year ago.

    Has the statistical probability of you being detained in China increased in the past year? Perhaps. But by an infinitesimal amount.

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