Flights Hometown to Beijing, Hong Kong to Hometown (for All-Inclusive package)
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Beijing to Xi’an
Xi’an to Guilin
Guilin to Hangzhou
Shanghai to Hong Kong
13 nights FivestarPlus accommodations
Beijing 3 nights – The Ritz Carlton Beijing Financial Street
Xi’an 1 night – Shangri La Hotel Xi’an
Guilin 2 nights – Shangri La Hotel Guilin
Hangzhou 1 night – InterContinental Hangzhou Hotel
Suzhou 1 night – InterContinental Suzhou Hotel
Shanghai 2 nights – Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund
Hong Kong 3 nights – Kowloon Shangri La Hong Kong
All transfers as per itinerary
Knowledgeable English-speaking tour guides
Meals shown on itinerary
Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
Administration & Entrance fees as per itinerary
Guaranteed Departure for minimum 2 travelers.
“Land Only” packages are available for individuals who prefer arranging their own flights to China.
“All Inclusive (Air & Land)” based on contract fare and subject to availability at the time of booking made.
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Today you’ll board the flight from your hometown to Beijing.
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 travel to the most representative, photographed, and accessible section of the Great Wall at Juyongguan entrance. In the afternoon tour Beijing’s 700 year old Hutongs (narrow lanes) area by old fashioned pedicab, as well as visit to a local family living in a courtyard style home to experience the local customs of old Beijing people and their unique architectural structure. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure to shop and explore at Wangfujing, Beijing’s must see shopping strip – it’s mega long and full of life.
Fly from Beijing to Xian, one of the great ancient capitals in China. When you arrive in Xian, the guide will greet you at the airport and then take you to visit he Ancient City Wall, one of the oldest and best preserved city walls in China. Tonight, enjoy an Imperial Dumpling Banquet followed by the Tang Dynasty Stage Show.
Xian is one of the great ancient capitals in China, boasts 5,000 years of history. Today’s highlight is the world famous Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, the Eighth Wonder of the World, that UNESCO added to the World Heritage List. Next you’ll head to the Terracotta replication factory that actually re-made terracotta soldiers. Later fly to Guilin – the “Forest of Sweet Osmanthus”.
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. Later drive back to Guilin, and stop at the Saltwater pearl Center to gain a little knowledge of pearls.
You’ll board a plane for Hangzhou, one of the seven capitals of ancient China, known for its beautiful scenery and tea products.
Morning take a leisurely boat ride on West Lake, one of the most beautiful scenic spots in Hangzhou. You’ll see the ethereal beauty of Hangzhou’s willow – draped islands, and then admire the Su Causeway. Stop for a taste of China’s most famous green tea – Dragon Well Tea at the Longjing Green Tea village. Later afternoon, drive to Suzhou.
Suzhou is acclaimed as the “city of gardens”. UNESCO added the classical gardens in Suzhou to its World Heritage List in 1997 and 2000. Today, your guide will take you to visit the Lingering Garden (Liu Yuan) and the Silk Spinning Factory, where you can enjoy a silk fashion show. Ride a boat on the Grand Canal before driving to Shanghai, the largest metropolitan area in China.
Today’s sightseeing tour begins with a visit to the Shanghai Old Town, and then Yu Garden, a pleasant enough, well contained classical Chinese garden. Then, continue the trip to Shanghai Museum, the Shanghai Silk factory, the Bund, and Nanjing Road. Enjoy a Buffet-dinner on the “Oriental Pearl TV Tower” followed by an astonishing performance of the world-famous Shanghai acrobats.
You’ll board a plane for Hong Kong. The rest of the day will be yours to begin exploring this exciting city.
Today, Victoria Peak with an optional tram-ride is scheduled, on which a panoramic view of the harbor would be rewarded. After that, stop at the Aberdeen Fishing Village, a reputedly haven for fishing fleets and floating restaurants. Moreover, you may have the chance to ride in a flat-bottomed, wooden boat called Sampan.
Today is free for leisure or last minutes shopping.
Today you’ll board a flight to return home. Your amazing China trip ends.
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