10 days Luxury Journey of China

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10 days Luxury Journey of China

From US$2550 per adult

Destination:

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

Duration: 10 Days & 9 Nights
Tour Type: Multi-City Tour
Tour Code: CTP34

Summary:

This luxury tour cover the major historical sites in most important historical cities- Beijing, Xian, picturesque city Guilin and Shanghai. You will enjoy so many fantastic shows and different tasty cuisine.

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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$ 6174

1Highlights & Map

Experience the most popular trip and get in touch with real China Step into palaces, museums and royal gardens in ancient capitals Cruise along beautiful landmarks of Li River to enjoy natural beauty Stroll on Huangpu River Bund and view modern metropolisi

2Itinerary

Day 01Beijing

Destinations: Arrive in Beijing

Activities: You'll be met on arrival in Beijing. On the way to the hotel, your guide will explain tomorrow's arrangements. Spend the rest of the day exploring the nearby streets, or resting and catching up on your jetlag. 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.

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: After breakfast head out for 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. Later you'll visit the Temple of Heaven, where the Emperors prayed for good harvests and rain, or gave thanks for the harvest. Enjoy a spectacular Chinese kung fu performance this 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

Activities: Leave town at 8am for the 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. You can walk and climb at your own pace, or enjoy spectacular views from the cable car.Today's lunch will be arranged at Commune by the Great Wall. Before returning to the city you'll enjoy visiting the Changling (one of the Ming tombs), and the attractive tree-lined Sacred Road, bordered by stone statues, along which the Emperors once trod to conduct their sacred ceremonies. During the day a visit to Jade Caving Factory or Cloisonne (enamelware) workshop is included. Dinner tonight is at Quanjude Restaurant, where you'll taste some of the best 'Peking Duck' in Beijing.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven

36 Nanwei Road (Nanwei Lu) Beijing China Show Map

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Day 04Beijing, Xi'an

Destinations: Beijing to Xi'an

Activities: Your last stop in Beijing is a trip through the Hutongs by rickshaw. This maze of narrow alleyways winding around the Forbidden City is fast disappearing, and you'll get a precious glimpse into their distinctive culture as you zigzag through them, drop into a primary school and a flea market, and have lunch with a local family featuring delicious Chinese dumplings. Those who are interested can learn how to make this traditional Chinese food. Later you will be transferred to the airport in time for your flight to Xi'an, and then a half-hour's hike along the Ancient City Wall. (Bikes can be rented for around 20 yuan/hour).

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Hotel Ibis Xian

No.59 Heping Road Bei Lin District Shaanxi Show Map

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Day 05Xi'an

Destinations: Xi'an

Activities: Spend today visiting some marvelous historical sites in and around this most ancient citiy, which was the national capital for over 1,000 years, and the starting point of the Silk Road. Despite a lot of modern development Xi'an remains a charming city, and you'll enjoy visiting the Bell Tower, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Then out to see the incredible Terracotta Warriors. Tang Dynasty Show & Dinner: The fantastic show that presents the palace dances and sings in the Tang Dynasty when Xi'an was the capital of ancient China.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Hotel Ibis Xian

No.59 Heping Road Bei Lin District Shaanxi Show Map

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Day 06Xi'an, Guilin

Destinations: Xi'an to Guilin

Activities: Spend the morning at one of the best museums in China, the Shaanxi Historical Museum. Among the 400,000 items on display are treasures from many of the Dynasties, including some magnificent bronzes and porcelain, many of which have never been on permanent display before.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Osmanthus Hotel Guilin (Guilin Dangui Hotel)

No.77 Zhongshan South Road, Guilin, ChinaShow Map

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Day 07Guilin

Destinations: Guilin

Activities: Guilin is famous for its stunning scenery, and the best way to see it is from the deck of a Li River Cruise boat. The boats leave from various wharves, according to river height at different times of the year, and you'll be transferred to the appropriate pier for an unforgettable trip downriver to the lovely old town of Yangshuo. You can spend the afternoon exploring the little town, or take an optional excursion to the local villages, before enjoy the fantastic show of Impression Liusanjie in the evening.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: Osmanthus Hotel Guilin (Guilin Dangui Hotel)

No.77 Zhongshan South Road, Guilin, ChinaShow Map

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Day 08Guilin, Shanghai

Destinations: Guilin to Shanghai

Activities: Today you'll see a little more of Guilin. Elephant Trunk Hill (which really does look like an elephant drinking from the river), and Reed Flute Cave, which is a vast and impressive cave system, are two of the best attractions in this gentle city. Then you 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: You'll be delighted by this, the largest city in China, with its phenomenal mixture of space-age buildings, gorgeous shops, and the remnants of the old Concession areas Nanjing Road and the Bund. Shanghai has a buzz that is all its own! Today you visit the lovely old Yuyuan Garden, the Shanghai Museum, which 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. At night enjoy a wonderful Acrobatis Show.

Meals: lunch

Hotel: New Asia Hotel Shanghai

No.422 Tian Tong Road, ShanghaiShow Map

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Day 10Shanghai

Destinations: Depart from Shanghai

Activities: Your time is your own, until you are ready to be transferred to the airport for your departure.

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. Svetlana and Dmitry

Aug.05, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""
Hello Luis,

Thank you very much for organizing our trip to China! Thank you for good interesting program, which gave us the opportunity to see the most significant cities and monuments of cultural heritage of China, amazing scenery.

All of our local guides were very professionally and told unusually large number of interesting about Chinese history, Buddhism, about the customs, traditions.

Thank you for your great professionalism in the organization of the travel. During our trip we had no problems and inconveniences.

Hotels - a good level and are mostly comfortable. Good personal transport. All tickets for planes, trains, museums, everything was ready, never had any problems or delays.

Thanks again,

Svetlana and Dmitry
Russia
would
recommend

Ms. Robert Gilbert

Jul.28, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""

Dear Julia,

Thank you for an absolutely fantastic tour of China. This tour far exceeded our expectations. We had a wonderful time exploring some of China’s most beautiful and interesting regions.

The scenery is one of the most beautiful I've ever seen! My guides were very good. She was creative and fun to be around. All of my questions about the trip were answered in a timely manner and I always got an answer. The cars were kept clean and good temperature, the drivers provided more than enough water. They were always on time.

I also enjoyed the meals. The food was very delicious. All of the drivers were all exceptional. They were courteous and helpful. They communicated well with the local guides. All the vans were clean and we felt very safe while on board. Our accommodations were excellent and the meals were very good. The breakfasts in the hotel were very good with lots of variety. For our other meals our guides made sure that we had good variety and good service.

All in all, it was a great trip and we saw everything we wanted to see. We had flexibility with our itinerary and did a lot more than we would have in a regular tour. Thank you again for a very organized and well-arranged tour.

Best Regards,
Robert Gilbert,
U.S.A.
would
recommend

Ms. Margaret Wood

Jul.14, 2011

Overall Satisfaction:
""
Hello Julia,

Thanks for the follow up email inquiring about our 10days’ Luxury Travel in China.

We certainly enjoyed all the sights and would say that your company did a wonderful job of co-ordinating our visit. I have recommended a friend to use your company and I believe she has made contact with one of your co-workers. I was hoping she would be handled by yourself. My friends name is Carol Gossart.

As I mentioned we did enjoy all the sights. There are just two points that I would like to bring to your attention.

Firstly, our hotel room in Beijing was in need of renovation, but the room at the hotel in Xian were much better.

Secondly, we were surprised to find out that our flight from Xian to Shanghai was arriving at Pudong airport and not Hong Qiao as previously indicated. I would suggest that in the future you indicate specifically which airport is being used.

Before closing, I would like to send our highest praise for your selection of tour guides. Both Julia and Ivan did an outstanding job and went out of their way to show us as much as possible.

Margaret Wood
USA

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