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Q: when is chinese new year this year? sensible to try travel?

I think it jan 28   really disturbs my plans,,,I hate to try to travel in China a week before or after the celebration... just guessing... but when are dates to travel this coming winter

 

as much as I try to convince myself... Jan 28 keeps popping up,,, so when is best? the week before?? or the week after??

3 years 50 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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You are correct, It's Jan 28.

 

 

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You are correct, It's Jan 28.

 

 

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Don't travel in China the week before or week after! Best to travel outside China though anywhere in south east Asia will be crawling with Chinese (except the Phillipines!)

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week bfr or aftr is same, n bettr to travel on weekdays. weekends are always crowded

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