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6 Days Qingdao Highlight Tour (INQD0501)

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6 Day 4 Nights
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Min Age : 2+
Max People : 28
Tour Details

Services Inclusions:
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. Accommodations: hotels based on double/single occupancy as specified;
6. Government taxes & fees;
7. Arrangement: planning, handling, operational and communication charges.
Services Exclusions:
1. International flights to/from China, as well as transportation to/from the above city;
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.
Accommodations: 
    Qingdao – Sheraton Hotel Qingdao or similar
Remarks:
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. 

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2017 & 2018 Departures

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Remarks:

1) Rates are in U.S. funds, per person, based on double occupancy. Tour cost includes fuel surcharge. U.S. and China air taxes & fees (include 9/11 security fee) are listed clearly for your note. Please note airline fuel surcharge, U.S. and China air taxes & fees are beyond our control and therefore subject to change without prior notice.

2) Air transportation in conjunction with land tours, based on the applicable airfares on participatingcarries, subject to the rules and regulations of the class,fare and service of the individual airlines. Due to special contracted net agreements, supplements or credits for air deviations may NOT be equal to published airfare differentials.

3) Transpacific Airfarearesubject to change and any increase in airfare is not included in the tour fare. Depending on airfare class differences, the airfare may be non-refundable and subject to full cancellation penalties.

4) Air seats are limited, add-on airfares are subject to change until ticket issued. Foradd onfrom specific US domestic cities, please contact our agent.

5) Tour extensions may not includeweekendsurcharge. ChinaTour.com endeavors to follow the itineraries precisely: however, if flights are not available at the scheduled time, ChinaTour.com reserves the right to modify the air and land arrangements from smooth operation of the tour.

6) All prices listed above are per person in U. S. dollars based on double occupancy. If three adults need to share one room and the third person asking forextrabed, the third person’s price will be the same as others.

7) Children 11 years and under who share a room with two adults and do not ask for an extra bed will be charged the listed child fare or 75% of the regular adult price; if they need an extra bed in the same room with two adults, the cost will be 90% of the regular adult price. Children 12 and older will be charged at the regular adult price.

8) Early depart or late return is allowed, the ticket change fee is $50 per person each time, in addition to airlines surcharge for different air class and weekend if necessary.

9) Please contact agent for your preferred airline, additional cost may apply. Additional baggage charges may apply.

Itinerary

Day 1Hometown - Qingdao

Fly to Qingdao, a beautiful seaside city on the southern coast of the Shandong Peninsula. Qingdao is a city of picturesque red-tiled roofs nestled between green hills and blue sea.

Day 2Arriving at Qingdao

Upon your arrival, our guide will pick you up and accompany you to【Zhan Qiao Pier】. This symbolic structure was built in 1892 during the 18th year of Guangxu’s reign in the Qing dynasty and was the first pier in Qingdao. It is now 8 meters wide and 440 meters long. Inside the semi-circular seawall in the southern end, there is a Chinese-style octagonal pavilion with double-layer leaves, named the Huilan Pavilion, which is one of the top ten sceneries of Qingdao. Next, you will visit the Split Firewood Courtyard, AAA-Rated Scenic Area. The courtyard was built by Germans in 1902 and named Jiangning Road. It got the current name because there were many rooms of split firewood inside. Among the 20-odd yards, there is recreational place like Jiangning Guild Hall at No. 10 Jiangning Road, stores, restaurants, bookstores and playing field.

Day 3Qingdao (American Breakfast, Lunch)

After the hotel breakfast,you will Reputed as “the No.1 Coastal Fable Mountain in China”, Mount Lao spans a coastline of 87 kilometers, with its highest peak reaching 1,132.7 meters, making it the third highest mountain in Shandong. As some said, “Mount Tai, towering into the clouds, is not as good as Mount Lao in the east sea”. Mount Lao is known for its long affiliation with Taoism and in its prime there were 9 great places, 8 great temples, and 72 abbeys, harboring over 1000 Taoist priests, including great Taoist Qiu Changchun and Zhang Sanfeng. Mount Lao was home to the second largest Quanzhen Group of Taoism in history. Taiqing Temple (Supreme Purity Temple) is the oldest and largest palace among all those well preserved. Taiqing Temple was built more than 2000 years ago. The total land coverage is 30,000 square meters, and the floor area of buildings is 2500 square meters. The famous Taoist Zhang Sanfeng used to practice here. In this tranquil place with clean air and water, exotic flowers and rare herbs grow all along the year. The cypress of Han dynasty, helm of Tang dynasty and ginkgo of Song dynasty are still green and luxuriant today.

Day 4Qingdao (American Breakfast, Lunch)

Today you will go to LS academy learning. Traditional lecture here includes Confucianism, Buddhism, Taoism.Then visit Ba Da Guan (The Eight Great Passes). It got its name from the eight streets named after great military forts of the ancient times. The street block speaks volume for Qingdao’s charm. In the area over 300 houses are built in a variety of western architectural styles, including those of Russia, Germany, United Kingdom, France, America, Japan, Denmark, Spain, Greece and 15 other countries. Thus Ba Da Guan is known as “the World Architecture Expo”. May Fourth Square. With the office building of Municipal Government to the north, the symbolic ten-hectare square was named after the May Fourth Movement which was triggered in Qingdao. The square is best recognized by the large “May Wind” sculpture, the symbolic tourism site of Qingdao, which expresses the patriotism and national strength of the May Fourth Movement. Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center. Located at Fushan Bay, it covers an area of 45 hectares, including 30-hectare stadiums and 534-meter breakwater. The sailing marina hosted the sailing games during the 29th Olympic Games and the 13th Paralympic Games.

Day 5Qingdao (American Breakfast, Lunch)

After hotel breakfast visit Xiao Yu Shan (Little Fish Hill) Park. It got its name for being close to Yushan Road. It is 60 meters above sea level and covers an area of 2.5 hectares. The main architecture Lanchao Pavilion is an 18-meter octagonal three-floor building, echoing Huilan Pavilion from afar. Former Residence of Kang Youwei. Built in 1899, it is a three-floor German style building and was the place where German Governor stayed upon arrival in Qingdao. Kang Youwei bought this house in 1923 and stayed here for some time every year until 1927 when he passed away. The exhibited articles include precious Chinese and foreign art works, calligraphy works collected by Kang during his life. Former Residence of Lao She (Camel Xiangzi Museum). Lao She came to Qingdao and assumed the position as professor of College of Liberal Arts in Shandong University in 1934. Later in 1936 he moved to the city and wrote such famous novels as Camel Xiangzi. At his home in Qingdao, there are over 40 versions of Camel Xiangzi. The residence opened the Camel Xiangzi Museum, the first special museum named after a modern literary classic, under the proposal of Shu Yi, the son of Lao She, in 2009. The Museum of the Former German Governor’s House in Qingdao. Built in 1907, this German castle-like building of royal European style was the residence of the German Governor in Qingdao and hence named “Governor’s House”. In 1934 it was renamed “Guest House” and became the top-notch hotel in Qingdao. Chairman Mao stayed here in the summer of 1957.

Day 6Qingdao - Hometown (American Breakfast)

Family Han Village. The fishing ancient town,A solemn ceremony for the sacrificial ceremony.Have an experence of the local life.You can see the fishermen fishing or do it by yourself.Also you can taste the local food.
Then drive to airport and your amazing tour ends.

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