Transportation accounts for a large part of your tour, so a choice of the best and most comfortable way of journey will be consistent with your aim of relaxation.
China currently has a comprehensive system of modern transportation, which includes civil aviation, railway, road traffic, and water transportation. As transportation in China becomes more accessible and more reliable, it has been improving with the advanced technologies. Modern modes of transportation such as express highways, electrified railroads, metros, light railways, and maglev railways are becoming increasingly common, especially in larger cities.
At the same time, because of China's large population, sometimes the current numbers of vehicles cannot meet people’s needs, especially during the public holidays when most people would like to take their tour around. Some of them take excursions, whilst other people go to their hometown to see their families. During peak holiday times the transportation system may be stretched too the limit. Additionally, as many shopping malls or shops often provide discounted goods at festivals and many people prefer to go shopping at that time. As a result, streets as well as many vehicles become very crowded. It is wise to avoid taking your tour to China during Chinese festivals such as the Spring Festival and National Day. Additionally, as more and more people immigrate into the urban, the present transportation system is facing a severe stress in dealing with the dense population in most of Chinese cities.