Beijing+Xian+Regions South of the Yangtze River(11Nights 12Days)

Regular price $1,799.00

Nationality: Canada

   Participants:16

   Departing:2018(Except statutory holidays)

Day

City

Itinerary

Meal

Hotel

Day 1

Beijing

Arrive at the airport of Shanghai, welcomed by your tour guide and transfer to hotel.

Beijing has served as the capital of five dynasties over a period of 800 years.

 

Orient MGM International Hotel Beijing or the same level

Day 2

Beijing

Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, a Hutong Life tour by the rickshaw ride  

Today, visit Tiananmen Square, the second largest public square in the world, and the Forbidden City, the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming to Qing dynasty – off limits to commoners for centuries。 Hutongs are  traditional  alley  ways  that  made  up  Beijing’s  old  city  planning,  take  a  special  rickshaw  ride  for  an  immersive  tour  to  get  a  wonderful glimpse into yesterday’s world, the old way of life and traditional Beijing culture, and see the  dramatic  changes  the  city  has  undergone.

B/L/D

Orient MGM International Hotel Beijing or the same level

Day3

Beijing

The Juyongguan Great Wall, the Summer Palace, pass by modern exteriors of the Bird's Nest and Water Cube.

Enjoy your excursion to the ancient Great Wall, originally built as protection from the Huns and other Nomadic tribes and never completely fulfilled its purpose.

For many foreign visitors, the temptation is great to see  the two fancy Olympic sites-the Bird's Nest (Beijing National Stadium ) and Water Cube (Beijing National Aquatics Center)

 

B/L/D

Orient MGM International Hotel Beijing or the same level

Day4

Beijing/Xian(flight)

Flight to Xian

Xi'an was the first Chinese City to open its doors to the world during the Tang Dynasty. Over a period of more than 2000 years, Xi'an was the capital of eleven dynasties.

B/D

Grand Noble Hotel Xi'an or the same level

Day5

Xian

the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum, the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the Ancient City Wall, the History Museum

Spend a thrilling day to explore the excavation site of the Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum which holds more than 8,000 soldiers. Each soldier appears to have his own individual personality and many equipped with chariots and horses.

Then, visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, the symbol of the city. It is said to have been built to house and protect Buddhist scriptures collected by the Chinese monk, Xuan Zang, the key gure in the classical Chinese novel, " Journey to the West".

the Ancient City Wall which is not only the most complete city wall that has survived in China, but also one of the largest and most complete ancient military defense systems in the world.

Shaanxi Provincial History Museum is one of the four largest museums in China. It focuses on the highlights of the Shaanxi culture and depicts the development of the Chinese civilization.

B/L/D

Grand Noble Hotel Xi'an or the same level

Day6

Xian/Shanghai(flight)

Flight to Shanghai

Shanghai-The largest city in China is also its most cosmopolitan, offering visitors a chance to experience the past, present, and future all at once

 

B/D

Lake Malaren Golf Resorts or the same level

Day7

Shanghai/Suzhou

Jinji Lake, The Canopy of the Heavens, Harmony Times Square, Guanqian street

Guanqian Street is an old street consisting of a Grand Taoist Building group, which has a long history of more than 1300 years

B/L/D

Jia Sheng Palace Hotel or the same level

Day8

Suzhou/Wuxi

The Humble Administrator's Garden, The Three Kingdoms city (the Electromobile included)

Wanda Square

The Humble Administrator's Garden is a Chinese garden in Suzhou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most famous of the gardens of Suzhou. it is the largest garden in Suzhou and is considered by some to be the finest garden in all of southern China.

Covering an area of about 35 hectares (86 acres), the Three Kingdoms City is a Han Dynasty (206BC-220) style structure.

 

B/L/D

Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan or the same level

Day9

Wuxi/Hangzhou

Huishan ancient town, Xihui Park,Ming Qing river street., the New Westlake

Hangzhou is described by Marco Polo as “the most beautiful and magnificent city in the world”.

B/L/D

Pujing Garden Hotel or the same level

Day10

Hangzhou/Shanghai

 

Cruise on the West Lake, Viewing Fish at Flower Harbor, Orioles singing in the willows, the Bund, the Nanjing Road

The West Lake, known for its scenic beauty that blends naturally with many famous historical and cultural sights.

The Bund is a mile-long stretch along the Huangpu River. It is the best place to capture the western influences of the old days.

Shopping in plenty of large stores and boutiques on the Nanjing Road ,which is the main shopping street of Shanghai, China, and is one of the world's busiest shopping streets.

B/L/D

Lake Malaren Golf Resorts or the same level

Day11

Shanghai

 

the Oriental Pearl Towel (two cabins), The City God Temple, Tianzifang Lane, a romantic cruise on the Huangpu River

the Oriental Pearl TV Tower is supported by three enormous columns that start underground. The tower features 11 spheres, big and small.

The City God Temple is a folk temple located in the old city of Shanghai, China. It commemorates the elevation of Shanghai to municipal status and is the site of the veneration of three Chinese figures( Prosperity ,Status , and Longevity) honored as the city gods of the town.

Taking a Huangpu River Night Cruise is a good chance to get a glimpse of the dazzling and charming night view of Shanghai

B/L/D

Lake Malaren Golf Resorts or the same level

Day12

Shanghai

Departure for home

B

 

Price

★★★★★

CAD 1799                                         Single supplement CAD 420 

Shopping

 Jade, Pearl, Silk, Tea

Dining

Standard

Each meal CAD 8 p.p.

Price

Includes

1. All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows listed unless otherwise stated;

2. Meals mentioned in the itinerary and featuring regional specialties;

3. All hotel accommodation (based on double occupancy);

4. Intra-China transportation (air, cruise and limousine)

5. English speaking guide;

6. Service charge for all guides, bus drivers, and hotel porter fees;

7. Taxes and fuel surcharges

Price Excludes

1.International flights and insurances.

2.Chinese Visa Application fee (Canadian passport holder): CAD180 p.p. (fees are subject to change according to Chinese Embassy’s discretion);

3. Optional tours.

4.Postal fees.

Complimentary

One bottle water per person per day

Remarks

Scenic spots are subject to adjust without being reduced according to the final itinerary.