1. Flights Hometown-Beijing, Shanghai-Hometown (for All-Inclusive package), Other departure cities available. Click on “Date & Rates” or call +1 (626) 210 2222
2. Inter-China Flights: Beijing to Shanghai
3. Airline taxes & fuel surcharges
4. Admission fees: to scenic spots as listed in the itinerary;
5. Meals: all meals as specified in the itinerary;
6. Tour guides: excellent private English-speaking guide;
7. Transfers: land transfer with drivers as specified;
8. Accommodations: hotels/cruises based on double/single occupancy as specified;
Beijing – Holiday Inn Express or similar
Hangzhou – Days Inn or similar
Suzhou – Garden Hotel or similar
Shanghai – City Hotel Shanghai or similar
9. Government taxes & fees;
10. Arrangement: planning, handling, operational and communication charges.
1. China visa fees;
2. Gratuities to guides & drivers and any expense of personal nature;
3. Our tour package does not include Travel Insurance. Please DO purchase the Travel Insurance before your trip to against any unforeseen circumstance.
The prices listed above are in US dollars, per person, based on the double occupancy.
The prices shown above are not valid during the China’s National Day Holiday, Chinese Spring Festival and some large exhibitions like Canton Fair.
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Upon arriving at Beijing, we are met by our tour guide to be transferred to our centrally located Hotel.
We visit the Tian An Men Square, noted as the largest public square in the world with its monuments and buildings situated around the square’s perimeter. Thereafter visit the Forbidden City. Dinner will then be served at a fabulous Peking Duck Banquet.
The Great Wall of China is the highlight of today. We will hike along the Juyongguan Pass of the Great Wall and then enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Followed by a visit to the famous 2008 Olympic Host Stadium – Bird’s Nests and Water Cube up close. We will enjoy the astonishing Kung Fu show after dinner.
We will be visiting a local school in Beijing. In the school, students have a chance to interact with the local Chinese students and teachers. A tour of the school will be guided by the students and teachers and we will also arrange Chinese traditional Paper Cutting and Calligraphy Lesson by using brush and ink for you to participate.
The Temple of Heaven was where the Emperor prayed for harvest in Ming and Qing dynasty. We learn how to play Tai Chi in the park. Tai Chi is an internal Chinese martial art often practiced for health reasons. We will have a Tai Chi master teaching you in a morning to gain some yin and yang energy. We visit the historic Hutong and Alley of Beijing old town. Take in the many different sights and sounds of historic Beijing. We learn how to make Dumplings (Jiao Zi) and have Lunch in a local Hutong family, later in the day, you will have a chance to have a rickshaw tour of the Hutongs, and stop on the Drum Tower. Tonight’s dinner is on your side.
A full-day sightseeing tour of Shanghai shows you the city’s old town highlights, including the Yu Yuan Garden, as well as modern Shanghai’s City Planning Exhibition Center, the Bund and Nanjing Road.
Suzhou is a picturesque city known for the many beautiful gardens. This city has long been an important part of China’s silk industry and today’s tour includes a visit to the Institute of Embroidery, where copies of royal robes are displayed. A visit to the Hanshan Temple is a must, Hanshan Temple is famed in East Asia because of the poem “A Night Mooring by Maple Bridge”, by Tang Dynasty poet, Zhang Ji. The poem describes the melancholy scene of a dejected traveller, moored at night at Fengqiao, hearing the bells of Hanshan Temple. Walk along Guanqian Street before head back to our hotel.
We will visit Watertown Tongli, an ancient town of distinguished architecture and astounding beauty. There will also be a tranquil cruise in Chinese gondolas. We drive to Hangzhou afterward, which is one of the 6 ancient capitals of China.
We will visit a tea farm, Learn about the ancient art of Tea Producing in the country where tea is as popular as coffee in the western world. This afternoon tour the city and cruise the West Lake said to be the incarnation of Xi Shi, following tour will be the renowned feature of Hangzhou – Lingyin Temple, one of the largest Buddhist temples in China.
We will visit a local school, joining a Chinese class, where you’ll learn the language alongside local students. We will drive back to Shanghai, Discover modern China with a visit to the Pudong Development District, which includes several impressive skyscrapers. Enjoy an astonishing Acrobatic Show after dinner.
Our tour guide and driver will see you off at the airport after the breakfast. Finish your spectacular China tour today.
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