10 Days Chinese Kungfu Tour

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10 Days Chinese Kungfu Tour

From US$1690 per adult

Destination:

Beijing (3 Nights) ,Luoyang (2 Nights) ,Xi'an (2 Nights) ,Shanghai (2 Nights)

Duration: 10 Days & 9 Nights
Tour Type: Multi-City Tour
Tour Code: CTP30

Summary:

Chinese Kungfu is a precious treasure that belongs not only to China but to the whole world.Shaolin Temple is the cradle of Chinese Shaolin Kung fu. You can experience for yourself what has inspired the great action heroes of today's movie blockbusters.

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Notes: The above rates is based on 4-person group of twin sharing room.

Tour Class
Start Date
End Date
Adult (12+)
Children (2-12)
Rooms
US$ 4206

1Highlights & Map

View the unique Chinese historical wonders at ancient capitals in China Step into the largest Royal Palace in the world Visit the birth place of Chinese legendary Kung Fu View the ancient life size Terra-Cotta Warrior Corps Stroll on Huangpu River Bund and view modern constructions at Shanghai

2Itinerary

Day 01Beijing

Destinations: Arrive in Beijing

Activities:

Beijing is a city of amazing contrasts - an ancient capital with some incredible historical sites and a bustling modern metropolis getting ready to host the 2008 Olympics. Upon your arrival in Beijing, our guide will meet you and transfer you to your Hotel. The guide will give you some tips on local restaurants that we recommend and you can do some shopping in streets nearby. The rest of the day is free to rest to recover from jetlag or to explore yourself.

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map

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Day 02Beijing

Destinations: Beijing

Activities:

Depart from hotel in the morning and drive (a bit under two hours) to the Badaling Section of The Great Wall, which stretches for over 6000 km, and was originally built to protect China from the barbarians. Before returning to the city you'll visiti the Changling, one of the Ming tombs for the Ming Emperor YongLe. During the day a visit to Jade Caving Factory or Cloisonne (enamelware) workshop is included. Enjoy famous Chinese Kungfu Show and tradtional Peking Duck Dinner in the evening.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map

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Day 03Beijing

Destinations: Beijing to Overnight Train

Activities:

In the morning, learn Taichi–a 500 year old Chinese physical exercise from Taichi master. With slow and peaceful movement, your body is wakening up and energized. You'll feel yourself a super man and ready to go! Then you will visit Temple of Heaven, where emperors once prayed for good harvests.following is visit to Tian'anmen Square,the world's largest public square, which is closely linked to the Forbidden City, from which the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties governed for over 500 years. At night, take overnight soft-sleeper train to Luoyang.

Meals: lunch

Day 04Luoyang

Destinations: Overnight Train to Luoyang

Activities:

Arrive in Luoyang in the morning. You are greeted at the station and transferred to the hotel. Continue to visit White Horse Temple, the first Buddhism Temple in China, and Longmen Grottos.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Luoyang Grand Hotel

NanChang RoadShow Map

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Day 05Luoyang

Destinations: Luoyang

Activities:

After breakfast at hotel, drive to Shaolin Temple, learn Chinese Kung Fu there. You will also have a short time lesson of learning Kungfu.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Luoyang Grand Hotel

NanChang RoadShow Map

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Day 06Luoyang, Xi'an

Destinations: Luoyang to Xi'an

Activities:

In the morning, take soft-seat train to Xi'an, the capital of 13 dynasties. Upon arrival, check into your hotel. After lunch you will have a leisure stroll on the Ancient City Wall. You can also rent a bicycle to ride on the wall.

Hotel: Hotel Ibis Xian

No.59 Heping Road Bei Lin District Shaanxi Show Map

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Day 07Xi'an

Destinations: Xi'an

Activities:

The Warriors are part of the underground tomb of the Emperor Qin. Well over 7000 figures in full battle array are formed for battle in several large pits. Many of the figures - soldiers, archers, horses and chariots have been restored. In the afternoon we’re going to the Bell Tower where you can get a bird’s view of the city from the top. There is a music performance of the ancient music and a display of the instruments. We will continue to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda where widely renowned Master Xuanzang (Monk Tripitaka) stored his collection of classic Buddhist artifacts brought from India.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Hotel Ibis Xian

No.59 Heping Road Bei Lin District Shaanxi Show Map

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Day 08Xi'an, Shanghai

Destinations: Xi'an to Shanghai

Activities:

Fly on to Shanghai. On arrival we will go directly to the Bund - the old colonial sector, which is home to a myriad of European-styled buildings that face the Huangpu River. It is a must-see when visiting Shanghai. Architectural styles include gothic, baroque, Romanesque, and renaissance.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: New Asia Hotel Shanghai

No.422 Tian Tong Road, ShanghaiShow Map

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Day 09Shanghai

Destinations: Shanghai

Activities:

Today you visit the lovely old Yuyuan Garden, the Shanghai Museum, which has rivals the Shaanxi Museum in Xi'an and is well worth a visit, the Jade Buddha Temple, and the famous Oriental TV Tower (also known as the Pearl Tower, for its distinctive shape). The second-highest platform provides wonderful views over Shanghai and the Huang Pu River, and those with a good head for heights can choose to buy a ticket to continue on to the very top.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: New Asia Hotel Shanghai

No.422 Tian Tong Road, ShanghaiShow Map

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Day 10Shanghai

Destinations: Departure from Shanghai

Activities: Free time on your own until transferred to airport for your departure flight.

3Price Policy

Price Includes

  • Hotel accommodation in twin shared room with daily breakfast.
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (B=Breakfast L=Lunch D=Dinner).
  • Domestic flights, trains or buses as specified in the itinerary
  • Airport tax and fuel fee.
  • Private car/coach for transfers service and sightseeing program as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Local English-speaking tour guide for transfers and sightseeing program as indicated in each city.
  • Entrance fees to scenic spots as indicated in the itinerary.
  • Service charge and government Taxes.

Price Excludes

  • Entry or exit China international airfare or train tickets.
  • Hotel room/cruise cabin single supplement.
  • Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities, etc.
  • Gratuities to the tour guide, driver and hotel bellboy.
  • Fees for entry visa to China.
  • Traveler insurance.
  • Services not mentioned in the itinerary.
Note: Tipping is now considered by many locals to be a part of their normal remuneration. However, this is a matter of personal discretion. You may use following as a reference.Suggested Tipping: for local guide: $8 to $10 per person(guest) per day, for driver: $4 to $5 per person(guest) per day.
Cancellation and Refund Policy for Tours Reservation
Cancellation in advance Cancellation penalty
More than 30 days No Cancellation Fee
30-10 days 50% of the full payment
9-0 days or no show 100% of the full payment

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5Reviews

Reviews (100% / overall satisfaction:)
would
recommend

Ms. Howard Williams

Aug.05, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""
Dear Julia,

Sorry I could not answer your email earlier, but I have been trying to catch up my work since we arrived. Yes, we arrived safe. It was a long trip back home, but fun.

We had a great time in China. Thanks a lot for all the arrangements. Everything was perfectly coordinated: the air tickets, the pick up at the airports, hotels and visits. Definitely we received a great service from China Travel Depot.

I have written to two of our guides, Susan and Tracey whose particular company we enjoyed and gave us such an enjoyable visit of interest and concern for our welfare. I would be very grateful if you could forward my letters as I like want them to know how grateful we were to them and how well they represented your tour company.

Best wishes for the future!

Kind regards,

Howard Williams
USA
would
recommend

Ms. Craig Hawker

Jul.28, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""
Dear Carol,

What a great tour! Thank you for organizing! Everything worked smoothly and we enjoyed the sites, food and our guides. The scenery was stunning and marvelous.

Both guides were very helpful, with good English skills and excellent knowledge about sites, history and people. They were not only professional guides, but really kind people as well, creative and fun to be around. All of them were very attentive with our needs and with excellent insight regarding any question we could have. The drivers were excellent; we had a large van as you described, and it was clean and in good condition. All the hotels were very nice and comfortable.

Thank you so much to China Travel Depot for the wonderful experience.
We haven't viewed the photos yet but if there are any those are good enough we will send them to you.

Best Regards,
Craig Hawker,
Australia
would
recommend

Ms. Simon Sawyer and Mr. Mitch

Jul.14, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""
Dear Carol,

On behalf of myself and Mr. Mitch I would like to thank you very much for a superb trip and tour in China.

At ancient capitals Beijing, Luoyang and Xi’an we experienced the unique Chinese historical wonders and visited the birth place of Chinese legendary Kung Fu, also in Xian we observed the ancient life size Terra-Cotta Warrior Corps, which impressed us deeply. In shanghai we strolled on Huangpu River Bund, the experience was unforgettable!

Our hotel accommodation was way above our expectations and really added to the trip.

Many thanks once again and continued success with you endeavours. Do not hesitate to use me as a trip reference to anybody who is thinking of visiting China on a trip such as ours.

Thanks again,

Simon Sawyer and Mr. Mitch
Netherlands

6Questions & Answers

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