To travel abroad, will you choose China or India, why?
Jivan, lived in India
Of course I will choose China! Here are the reasons why:
I don’t speak Chinese while I can speak some of the Indian languages. That makes me easier to get lost in China and I like getting lost while traveling.
The cities in China are cleaner and safer. None bothers you. You can wear a mini skirt and walk without getting any unwanted attention. Nope! You can’t imagine this in India and please don’t say it’s a cultural thing.
You are not seen as a walking ATM and dumb tourist in China. At least, we were not seen. Only one taxi driver asked us if we need a taxi while getting out of the airport in Sanghai while we were harassed by auto drivers in New Delhi.
I am familiar with India and it’s culture. So, I will get less to learn while traveling India.
But I will miss Indian foods and music while traveling in China. I can make compromises on those.
Me in Sanghai
Me again in Chadni Chowk, New Delhi
Steven Colclough, World-Traveler who explored over 100 countries
Both China and India are one of the four ancient civilizations, they are both worth traveling.But China is much safer than India. And the Sanitary conditions are also better.
Jack Lee, works at China
It depends on what you want to see or try by traveling.
If you like to taste food of different flavor, China is a better choice.
If you have a tight schedule, China is a much better choice.
If you can endure both hot and cold, China is a better choice.
If you are a female, China is a better choice.
If you like to travel alone, China is a better choice.
Finally, because I have not gone to India, please refer to Indian’s answer to make you decision.
India : because india has verity of culture and tradition in one county and also it has different people different food diffrent artworks different architecture different taste in all its side east west north south . So we can see diversity on just once country and also it is cost saving to see this much in just one county
Rakesh Shaw, Owner
China is more preferable to travel than India
Harsh Manral, former I was Ambassador of India Has Authored TEN Books. (2003-2011)
As I live in India— I would love to go to China which has been described as “A Shangrila” by the great Traveler Marco Polo.
Sathyanarayanan Venkataraman, Indian Love to travel
I'm Indian and living in India and so I would like to travel to China for Tourism purpose only.
Rahul Iyer, Indian background, OCI holder, Been to India many times.
India. I am planning to go later this year in 2019. I have not been to India since 2010. I now want to go back. It will be my 10th time to India
Taufik Hidayat, former Aviation enthusiast
I honestly have to say both.
Asheesh Gupta, former Logistics
It has been 6 years I am living outside and whenever I take a holiday, I always go to India.
China I have been once and want to go again but it is nothing like India