China Southern Airlines has introduced a ‘Spring long stay’ special, which enables travellers to stay up to four months in one of 12 destinations within China.
China Southern is offering special Spring airfares
Return airfares ex Sydney and Melbourne start from $785 including taxes to Beijing, Chengdu, Changsha, Dalian, Fuzhou, Hangzhou, Harbin, Shanghai, Shenyang, Wuhan, Xiamen and Zhengzhou.
“The Spring Long Stay fares open up some of China’s best known destinations to western visitors,” said China Southern Airlines Regional Manager Australia James Liu.
“Travel increasingly is about taking the road less travelled, and that’s exactly what travellers can do with this fare, which enables them to visit exciting and emerging cities throughout the country,” he said.
“Some top picks include Harbin, the home of spectacular ice sculptures, Chengdu, where giant pandas can be seen in their natural environment and Hangzhou, one of China’s most beautiful natural cities which features West Lake, a spectacular water wonderland,” he said.
The ‘Spring long stay’ fares are valid for sale until September 30 for departures before November 18. Return travel must be taken between November 1 and December 31, 2009.