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Travel during China national week?

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Hi everyone,

We are looking at booking a tour through China, and the only time I can get off work coincides with China national week in October.

Our tour starts September 29, and is as follows:

Yangshou October 1-3
Yichang October 4-6
Xi'an October 7-9
Shanghai October 10-12
Beijing October 13-17

Does anyone have any experience travelling through these places at this time? The tour agency seemed to think it would be fine because we'll be spending the busiest time period away from Beijing/Shanghai, but I'm not convinced!

Thanks in advance!

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