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Hong Kong to Beijing Bullet Train Journey

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13 Days
Availability : January 2019 thru December 2020
Hong Kong
Beijing
Min Age : 12
Max People : 16
Tour Details

This 13 – day tour covers the most well-known places of China, including Hong Kong, Yangshuo, Chengdu, Leshan, Xi’an, Longmen, Shaolin, Beijing.

Price Includes

  • Accommodation: Hotels(11 nights), Overnight soft sleeper train(1 night)
  • Transport: Bullet train, Overnight soft sleeper train, Private bus, Subway
  • Meals: 12 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 3 Dinners
  • Tour Leader: Tour leader escorted for groups of 6 or more / English speaking local expert guides at local sights

Price Excludes

  • Arrival Transfer Rates
  • Departure Transfer Rates
What to Expect
  • YANGSHUO: Pam Dinner-Cooking Class, Bamboo rafting and Cycling Tour of Yangshuo countryside
  • CHENGDU: Panda Breeding Centre, Jinli Street and People's Park
  • XI'AN: Terrcotta Warriors, Bell and Drum Tower, Muslin Quarter, Bike Tour on the Old City Wall
  • LUOYANG AND SHAOLIN: Longmen Cave, Old Section of Longmen, Entrance for Shaolin Temple
  • BEIJING: Tian'an Men Square, Forbidden City, Great Wall Mutianyu, Hutong and Beijing Duck Dinner
  • LESHAN: Leshan Buddha
Itinerary

Day 1Hong Kong/Shenzhen/Guangzhou/Yangshuo

Nihao! Welcome to Hongkong. As the world’s seventh-largest trading entity, Hong Kong features the most skyscrapers in the world, surrounding Victoria Harbour, which lies in the centre of the city’s dense urban region.

After arrival, meet your group and China Adventure Leader in West Hotel of Hong Kong. Leave luggage at the hotel, and then take the tram up to Victoria Peak and enjoy a view of Hong Kong from high up. Take the tram down Victoria Peak, back to west Hotel to pick up your bags. Depart from the hotel to cross the border and board your train to Yangshuo via Guangzhou. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel followed by the group meeting.

Accommodation:
· Yangshuo Outside Inn

Included activities:
· Orientation walk of Hong Kong
· Group meeting

Day 2Yangshuo (B, D)

Yangshuo offers an excellent safe and comfortable hiking, you can discover Yangshuo through short and pleasant hikes, without climbing high mountains. Here you will find hiking tours through Yangshuo’s beautiful surrounding. You will see the beautiful nature and get a chance to see the life styles of hill tribe ethnic people.

Later, we will make our way to cooking school, try preparing local cuisine and enjoy the results for dinner.

Accommodation:
· Yangshuo Outside Inn

Meals Included:
· Breakfast, Dinner

Included activities:
· Pam Dinner-Cooking Class

Day 3Yangshuo (B, L)

This morning after breakfast,you will head out of town on bikes to cycle through the surrounding countryside, and gain an insight into Chinese rural life on a ride where each turn in the road brings you to another picture-postcard location.

Accommodation:
· Yangshuo Outside Inn

Meals Included:
· Breakfast, Lunch

Included activities:
· Bamboo rafting
· Cycling tour of Yangshuo countryside

Day 4Yangshuo/Chengdu (B)

Depart for train station and board a bullet train to Chengdu, on the way, you can browse the landscape from hills to a basin. Upon arrival, go to Kuanzhai Alley. Kuanzhai Alley, also known as “Wide and Narrow Alley,” is lined by historic façades or heritage building, embedded with designed shops, restaurants, cafes, etc.

Accommodation:
· Jaho Forsar Hotel Flower hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Included activities:
· Kuanzhai Alley

Day 5Chengdu (B, D)

A morning visit to Panda Breeding Centre, where you’re able to witness the conservation efforts being made to save the endangered species. Pandas look adorable with amazing body movements. They are well bred and protected in the base. You can close to them, watching them play around, eating, napping, and munching bamboo. In the afternoon, we’ll move to Jinli Street, which is famous for its historic atmosphere, bustling businesses and most of all its local snacks. Enjoy sticky rice cakes with sesame sauce, spicy chicken on a stick, sweet rice jelly, fried beef pancakes and, for the more adventurous, seasoned rabbits heads. After that, visit People’s park. The park is the largest green area in downtown Chengdu, features an artificial lake, several gardens, the Railway Protection Movement Monument, and the century-old Heming Teahouse.

Accommodation:
· Jaho Forsar Hotel Flower hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast, Dinner

Included activities:
· Panda Breeding Centre
· Jinli Street
· People’s park

Day 6Chengdu / Leshan / Chengdu (B)

Enjoy breakfast at your hotel this morning, then, set out on an excursion to one of the region’s most famous sites — the Leshan Buddha. visit the nearby Leshan Buddha, a 71-metre tall stone statue carved from a whole hill, built during 713 AD (Tang Dynasty) when China was ruled by the Lee’s imperial family. The giant Buddha was taken 90 years to complete. The statue has a well-designed drainage system at the back of the Buddha’s head and ears.

Accommodation:
• Jaho Forsar Hotel
Meals Included:
• Breakfast
Included activities:
• Leshan Buddha

Day 7Chengdu / Xi'an (B)

In the morning, get on a fast train to Xi’an.

Now, you are in Xi’an, not only the capital city of Shaanxi Province but also the home to many imperial power, dating back to 2200 years. The development of the historic city is booming, however, many amazing historical sites are still preserved very well. First, let’s check into the hotel and to get refreshed. Then, an orientation tour begins from the iconic Bell and Drum Tower to the popular food paradise around Muslim Quarter mixed with the Han Chinese style. Don’t miss walking on the top of the 13-kilometer-long city wall.

Accommodation:
· Ibis Hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Included activities:
· Bell and Drum Towers
· Muslim Quarter

Day 8Xi'an (B,L)

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 Hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast, Lunch

Included activities:
· Terracotta Warriors

Day 9Xi'an/Longmen/Shaolin (B)

Early morning visit to the old city wall, and then transfer to train station to catch trains to Luoyang Longmen. After arrival, start the visit to Longmen Cave. These 2,100 caves, filled with more than 100,000 statues of Buddha dating back as far as the 4th century, are rare examples of exquisite religious rock carving for Buddhism with a local guide. After visiting, transfer back to Luoyang and spend some time in the old section of the city.

Accommodation:
· Peony Hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Included activities:
· Bike Tour on the Old City Wall
· Longmen Cave
· Old section of Luoyang

Day 10Luoyang / Shaolin / Luoyang Longmen Station / Beijing (B)

Enjoy a day to visit Shaolin Temple, the legendary birthplace of northern-school Kungfu, created by monks. Watch a Kungfu performance and take a walk through the impressive Pagoda Forest, then enjoy breezing through the scenic area around Song Shan Mountains.

Then transfer to Luoyang Longmen Train Station and take an overnight soft sleeper train to Beijing.

Accommodation:
· Overnight soft sleeper train

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Included activities:
· Shaolin Temple

Day 11Beijing (B)

After arrival, check into the hotel. Then starts a morning orientation from Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden Palace to Hutong lanes. Tiananmen Square is the world’s largest public square. The Monument of the People’s Heroes stands right on the central axis and the Great Hall of the People is on the side of the square. After that, you walk into the Forbidden Palace, built from 1406 to 1420, home to the imperial power. It owns the most extensive collection of preserved ancient wooden architecture in the world. Out of the palace, you stroll through Hutong lanes formed by lines of old courtyard residences. It is worth of savouring the facade of old courtyard houses.

Accommodation:
· Dongfang Hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

Included activities:
· Tiananmen Square
· Forbidden City
· Walking tour of Hutong area

Day 12Beijing (B,D)

This morning we’ll take a private bus to visit Great Wall – Mutianyu Section (approx. 2hrs), one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall with 22 towers winding along the mountain ridges. The Great Wall is an amazing engineering project, stretching 6,000 km from the vast inner land to the east costal end, through the north of Beijing. It was a strong fortress to keep the northern tribes outside the imperial sovereign. Spend quality time exploring and learning the history of Great Wall of China as well as enjoy the view at Huairou County, a 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. We will back to downtown Beijing.

Accommodation:
· Dongfang Hotel

Meals Included:
· Breakfast, Beijing Duck Dinner

Included activities:
· Mutianyu Great Wall Excursion

Day 13Beijing -Depart (B)

There are no activities planned for today, and you can depart the accommodation at any time before the hotel check-out time.You will be transfered to the airport as a group.

Meals Included:
· Breakfast

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Ivy

Couple Traveller

Great trip! I like the fact that everything is organised for you. You turn up on day 1 and then simply follow the itinerary. Our guide Leah was an excellent tour guide. She was the most organized tour guide I have ever had. She went above and beyond and helped people go to hospitals, post offices, stores, etc. She even helped serve us our meals if the restaurants were busy so we didn’t have to spend so much time waiting.

November 1, 2019

Benjamin

Solo Traveller

The tour is very well-organised and we saw a lot of things that most people who visit China would not see.
The itinerary was very busy with a lot of activities scheduled which I enjoyed as I like to see and do a lot when I go travelling. Jeannette, our guide was great in informing us about what activities we would be doing on each day, as well as little things such as answering questions for us, helping to order food for us,
recommending places for us to eat and visit and also helping us to carry our luggage. The trip would not have been half as good without her.

May 16, 2019

Sophie

Solo Traveller

I had a FANTASTIC tour around China which was mainly due to our lovely tour guide Leah who was fun, kind, professional and enthusiastic at all times. Leah surpassed all of my needs and wants when visiting the China. We saw fantastic sights in China and Leah was always extremely enthusiastic about each one despite having probably seen them 100 times before our tour! She also made it possible to do other things we wanted to do, for example, some of the group tried dog, snake and bamboo rat at a local restaurant in Guilin as they really wanted to and organised the whole thing for them! The whole tour was brilliant and after telling my mum and sister and showing them my pictures they are planning on coming back to China with me and hopefully we will be able to have her as our tour guide again!

April 4, 2019

Susan

Couple Traveller

Trip truly covered the highlights, and it was a great experience for me, especially since I have done little international travel.

March 27, 2019