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8 Days
Availability : March 2019 thru December 2020
Shanghai
Beijing
Min Age : 12
Max People : 16
Tour Details

This 8 days’ tour covers the most well-known places of China, including Beijing, Xi’an, Suzhou and Shanghai.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation: Hotels(5 nights), Guesthouse (1 night), Soft sleeper train(1 night)
  • Transport: Fast Train, Overnight Soft Sleeper(first class) Train, Private Bus, Subway
  • Meals: 4 Breakfasts, 1 Lunch
  • Tour Leader: Tour leader escorted for groups of 6 or more / English speaking local expert guides at local sights

Price Excludes

  • Departure transfer rates
Itinerary

Day 1Shanghai

Nihao! Welcome to Shanghai. Shanghai is one of the four direct-controlled municipalities of China and the most populous city proper in the world, with a population of more than 24 million. It is a global financial center and transport hub, with the world’s busiest container port. Located in the Yangtze River Delta, it sits on the south edge of the estuary of the Yangtze in the middle portion of the East China coast. Upon arrival at the airport, own transfer to your hotel located in the city center. You will have a 6 pm group meeting at your hotel, and there will be more information about the meeting when you arrive at the hotel. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask at reception.

Accommodation:
· Yitel Jing’an Temple Shanghai

Included transfer and activities:
· Group meeting

Day 2Shanghai -Suzhou(B)

After breakfast, join your tour leader for a historical Shanghai walking tour: you will explore the Bund, and you can get a taste of 1920s Shanghai. Walking along Huangpu River, you will get a feeling of the urban city with long history. Then you will walk along famous Nanjing Road down to the People’s square where the Shanghai municipal government headquarter based. Afterwards, you will explore Shanghai French Concession, a concession area from 1849 till 1943. In almost one century, it develops its distinct character with culture mixture of Chinese and European, also one of the Catholic centers in China. Then transfer to train station and board on an bullet train to Suzhou.

Accommodation:
· Suzhou Overseas Chinese Hotel

Included activities:
· Historical Shanghai walking tour
· Shanghai Museum
· French Concession

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Day 3Suzhou-Xi’an (B)

Today we will visit the Master of Nets Garden. As one of the four famous gardens in Suzhou City, the Master of Nets Garden is the one with most artistic features and cultural values. It is a typical private garden composed by residence and gardening. With the designers’ adept skills in synthesizing of art, nature and architecture, the Master of Nets Garden is particularly celebrated for its techniques of relative dimension, strong contrast, exquisite architecture, skilled layout and profound cultural connotation. Then visit the Santang Street and walk along the Grand Canal, the Grand Canal is the world’s longest artificial river listed on UNESCO World Heritage. Afterwards, transfer to train station and board on an overnight sleeper train to Xi’an.

Accommodation:
· Overnight soft sleeper (First class) train

Included activities:
· Master of Nets Garden, Sangtang Street, walk along the Grand Canal

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Day 4Xi’an (L)

Upon arrival, transfer from train station to our downtown hotel. Then take a short walking tour of the city, passing by the Bell and Drum Tower, Muslim quarter. In the afternoon, start exploring the city by visiting the ancient City Wall, the most significant and best-preserved wall extant in China now, running over 13 kilometers around Xian.

Accommodation:
· Ibis Xi’an

Included activities:
· Bell and Drum Tower
· Muslin quarter
· Old city Wall

Meals Included:
· Lunch

Day 5Xi'an

Today we will visit the Terracotta Warriors by private bus. You’ll learn all about this incredible archaeological find, discovered in 1976 by farmers digging a well, after being buried for 2,000 years. Three main pits are open for you to view, where just under 2,000 of the total 6,000 warriors – each individually sculpted from clay, each having a different costume, height, and even facial expressions – stand in battle formation. The scale is incredibly impressive.

Accommodation:
· Ibis Xi’an

Included activities:
· Terracotta Warriors

Day 6 Xi'an- Beijing

This morning we will take a fast train to Beijing, then transfer to Mutianyu for the hike, which is one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall with 22 towers winding along the mountain ridges. Spend quality time exploring and learning the history of Great Wall of China as well as enjoy the view at Huairou county the suburban area of Beijing. The great idea is to bring a picnic lunch with you to enjoy at the top the wall during a rest break. Overnight in a local guesthouse.

Accommodation:
· Local Guesthouse

Included activities:
· Mutianyu Great Wall Excursion

Day 7 Beijing (B)

Today we’ll explore famous sights in Beijing. There will be a lot of walking today as well as using public the subway to get around. After breakfast, we will take the metro to Tiananmen Square, one of the world’s largest public squares, home to the Monument of the People’s Heroes and the Great hall of the People. Then enter the Forbidden City, built from 1406 to 1420, a ceremonial and political center of the Chinese government for more than 500 years. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987 and is listed by UNESCO as the most extensive collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world. After the Forbidden City, we will stroll in the alleys formed by lines of traditional courtyards known by Hutong and experience the local lifestyle of Old Beijing. You will enjoy a fantastic acrobatic show in the evening.

Accommodation:
· Dongfang Hotel

Included Activities:
· Tiananmen Square & Forbidden City
· Walking tour of Hutong area
· Acrobatic show

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Day 8 Beijing (B)

We offer early morning tour to see lcoal people doing their morning exercises at Temple of Heaven, then return to our hotel for breakfast, and you can depart the accommodation at any time.

Included activities:
· See lcoal people doing morning exercises at Temple of Heaven

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

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Lorna

Family Traveller

A trip of a lifetime! Highly recommended for people who are short of time. Small group and get to see and experience more places like homestays and local culture besides the usual tourist attractions. All the hotels were centrally located – very nice thank you. Love the bullet train experience! That was such special to see between the cities!

July 19, 2018

Roger

Solo Traveller

The planning is all done for you by an experienced guide. All you need to do is relax and take it all in. My guide Charles was very knowledgeable and organized, which meant to trip was great fun and stress free for me. The tour has been fantastic from start to finish. Was able to see many of the main attractions, gained an insight into the Chinese culture, ate loads of amazing food, met a group of lovely people and now have some wonderful memories.

June 20, 2018

Melva

Family Traveller

Our guide David was EXCELLENT!! She gets the HIGHEST marks from my husband & I. We were the oldest, sometimes slowest ones & she made sure we were included in everything & never left out or left behind! We saw the sights of China that we wanted to see, with an excellent leader and a lovely group of like minded people.

June 20, 2018

Christopher

Group Traveller

The tour was very well organised from start to finish. This was an awe inspiring, breath taking trip. This was the first organised tour we had ever been on and we were a bit apprehensive but it exceeded our expectations. We would definitely use this company again. Our guide was excellent every step of the way she got to know us all in a short period of time was always on hand to answer any queries or to give information and advice and even accompanied us to the bank when we required extra funds.

September 16, 2017

Mellisa

Couple Traveller

Short tour but was jam packed with activities, no time to rest but meant that we could see china up close and personal. Our guide Anson was great, always had suggestions and helped out with finding our way around. We had a fair number of young travelers and he did a good job keeping everyone up to date on the plans, as well as options of things to do in the evening.

February 23, 2017