Before you fly off for an adventure to China, it's very important to know your stuff and what to do in the Asian country. This country can be a difficult country to navigate so having a good knowledge of the place you're going to be exploring before you arrive means you will have a bit less culture shock to deal with. Here are some of the best possible things to do in here.

Getting Internet Access. Several websites are difficult to access in China, including Google mail, Twitter and Facebook. These sites are your main way of keeping in touch with friends and family at home, make sure you warn them that they may not hear from you for a while to avoid any worry or confusion. The best possible app that is recommended for communication while in China is Wechat since its like their WhatsApp there.

Trains In China. Chinese trains are the most efficient way of traveling long distances but they book up very very early especially at peak times like summer time or the Chinese New Year. If you really want to experience a train journey then better make sure you book early or you might be not come back to where you were. According to Travel Nation, the best train seats to take when taking long or overnight train rides are the hard sleepers which are the best. Hard seats are not recommended it will just bust out your back.

Pack Light. Pack light clothes with lots of layers. In China you can go from somewhere very cold like the Great Wall of China to somewhere and all of the sudden very humid like in Yangshuo so its better to be prepared all the time for your own comfort.

Learn The Language. Learn a bit of Mandarin, the most widely spoken language in the country. Its very useful since most Chinese people do not understand English, they may but it will be difficult for both of you when exchanging conversations. According to Rough Guides, the best thing is to download a Chinese dictionary application to make it easier for you on the go.

Must Try Chinese Cuisines. Dim sum and other Cantonese dishes are delicious and has always been very Chinese of course, but there's a whole world of regional cuisines to discove as well like the fiery spice of Sichuan and Hunan cuisine. For more about the best things to do in China stay tuned to Travelers Today.