1. Admission fees: to scenic spots as listed in the itinerary;
2. Meals: all meals as specified in the itinerary;
3. Tour guides: excellent private English-speaking guide;
4. Transfers: land transfer with drivers as specified;
5. The domestic flights in China, including Beijing-Xi’an, Xi’an-Guilin, Guilin-Shanghai, and Shanghai-Hong Kong;
6. Accommodations: hotels/cruises based on double/single occupancy as specified;
7. Government taxes & fees;
8. Arrangement: planning, handling, operational and communication charges.
1. International flights to/from China, as well as transportation to/from the above city (For LandOnly);
2. China visa fees;
3. Gratuities to guides & drivers and any expense of personal nature;
4. Our tour package does not include Travel Insurance. Please DO purchase the Travel Insurance before your trip to against any unforeseen circumstance.
Beijing – Four Points by Sheraton or similar
Xi`an – Sheraton Xi`an Hotel or similar
Guilin – Sheraton Guilin or similar
Shanghai – Renaissance Shanghai Putuo or similar
Hong Kong – Metropark Hotel Mongkok or similar
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.
Some tour packages feature few shopping stops in the itinerary, each factory /store visit takes approximately 45 minutes. No min purchase needed.
Fly to Beijing, the capital of China.
Upon arrival, our guide will meet you at the airport and accompany you to your luxury hotel. Have a good rest at the hotel.
The first full day in Beijing will start after breakfast with a visit to Tiananmen Square and the magnificent Forbidden City where you can see the treasures of the Imperial collection. After lunch, travel to the Summer Palace, the largest and best preserved imperial garden in China and declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1998. This evening, enjoy the Peking Duck dinner.
Today, you’ll visit the Great Wall (Chang Cheng), after that, you will stop at a Jade Museum to learn the history of Jade. In Chinese, jade is pronounced as ‘Yu’, and it has a history in China of at least four thousand years. In the afternoon, have a Hutong tour by rickshaw to see the old Beijing household and traditional architecture.
Morning visit the exquisite 15th century Temple of Heaven, where the Ming and Qing Emperors pray for good harvest. Then you will catch a flight to Xian. Xian – also known as Chang’an in the old days, was the starting point of the historic Silk Road.
You will visit the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum (Bing Ma Yong). It’s known as the 8th miracle in the world. The whole mausoleum is like a cultural treasure vault with large collections of relics. Visit the Terra Cotta Army replication factory before backing to visit the Ancient City Wall, 14th – century wall is one of the most completed city walls in China and certainly one of the best examples from the Ming dynasty.
Tour the Small Wild Goose Pagoda Park and Xian Museum, and Muslim Quarter, then fly to Guilin. Upon arrival, be transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day is on your own.
A leisurely four-hour Cruise down the Lijiang River from Guilin to Yangshuo begins the day. Enjoy the picturesque landscape, surrounded by the hills and bamboo that have inspired many artists over the centuries. This afternoon to explore on your own by either renting a bike or taking a walk around Yangshuo’s West Street, a 1,400-year-old street paved with marble.
Free till be transferred to visit the mysterious Reed Flute Cave, a huge cave featuring a walk of about 500 meters, lined up by countless grotesque yet thrilling stalactite formations. Then, visit the South-sea saltwater pearl Center to experience the Chinese tea culture. Later fly to Shanghai.
Today you’ll visit Yuyuan Garden, and soak up the more commercial aspects on Old Street, Nanjing Road, the Bund. Visit a silk factory where you can do some shopping. Then step back in time at the Shanghai Museum with more than 120,000 art objects. In the evening a farewell dinner of Shanghai Cuisine will be served.
Our guide will pick you up according to your fight schedule and transfer you to the airport to board the flight to Hong Kong. Upon arrival, be picked up and transferred to hotel.
Today you will take the half day Hong Kong Island Tour. The tour circles the beautiful island with stops at Stanley Market, where you can stroll through Stanley’s famous seaside village bazaar, and Aberdeen Fishing Village, home of “Boat People” whose lifestyle has not changed much since the early days of their settlement in Hong Kong. (An optional sampan ride is also available at our guests’ own expense). En route, you will be able to view the most popular beach in town, the Repulse Bay Beach, and pay a visit to an exquisite jewelry factory where the world’s famous jewelry-setting art is made. You will finish your tour of Hong Kong Island with panoramic ride that brings you up to the Victoria Peak, where the harbor and the city sprawl in front of you.
Today is free for leisure or last minutes shopping or take an optional tour to Macau.
After the breakfast, our tour guide will accompany you to the Hong Kong airport, fly to your next destination and the amazing Chinatour.com trip ends.
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