China Tour Package

China is a populous nation in East Asia whose vast landscape encompasses grassland, desert, mountains, lakes, rivers and more than 14,000km of coastline. Capital Beijing mixes modern architecture with historic sites such as the Forbidden City palace complex and Tiananmen Square

DAY 1: Be greeted at the Beijing airport, transfer to the hotel after Indian dinner.

Be greeted at the Beijing airport met at the airport and transferred to the hotel. Just relax and take a leisure stroll around the city. You can excurse and reveal this charming city by a person.

  • : Indian Dinner
  • : 3*** Hotel

DAY 2: One day tour of Badaling Great Wall and Cloisonné Factory.

Badaling Great Wall -- The Badaling Great Wall locates only 70 km from Beijing. Constructed during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), it extends in all directions which is the reason it is called Badaling. Badaling is the most visited section of the Great Wall. The Badaling Great Wall resound in the whole world, it is the first part which opens to tourist of the Great Wall. Heretofore, it has welcome tourists more than 130000000. Nixon, Riken, Sarchel, Mikhail Gorbachev, Yilizabor etc, 372 mugwumps visited the Great Wall. On the Badaling Great Wall, you can gain commanding views of the surrounding countryside and get a strong sense of the overall grandeur and expanse of the world's most famous (if ineffectual) defense project. From Ming-era watchtowers, it's a pleasure to take in views of the ancient wall as it snakes its way into distant, rugged hills.

  • : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • : 3*** Hotel

DAY 3: Daily tour of Tiananmen Square, Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City and Beihai Park, Be transferred to the Beijing railway station to take an overnight train to Shanghai(19:33-10:43, a soft sleeper for your reference).

Tiananmen Square -- Tiananmen Square is the largest city square in the world, at 440,000 square meters, and can hold about one million people for public celebration or gatherings. In the square tourists can climb the Tiananmen Rostrum, attend the national flag raising ceremony every morning at sunrise, visit the National Museum of China, and go to the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, in which one will see the body of the great Chinese leader.

Temple of Heaven -- Seen as the holiest of Beijing's imperial temples, the temple of Heaven has been described as "a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design". It was where the Emperor came to every winter solstice to worship Heaven and to solemnly pray for a good harvest. The architecture of the temple represents two themes: in heaven and on the earth. The 6 meters high walls of the temple constitute a semi-circle in the north and a semi-rectangle in the south. This special layout illustrates an important belief in ancient China that heaven is round and the earth rectangular. The northern section of the wall is high while the south is low, which means that heaven is higher and superior to earth. The Temple of Heaven has been nominated by the UNESCO as a world heritage.

Forbidden City -- Forbidden City, also known as Palace Museum, was home to 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. In the ancient time, the emperor claimed to be the son of heaven and such divine place was certainly forbidden for the ordinary people and it is why the Forbidden City is so called. Covers an area of about 150, 000 square meters, the museum is a real treasures house of Chinese cultural and historical relics, recognized as one of the most important five palaces in the world. The splendid architecture of the Forbidden City represents the essence and culmination of the traditional Chinese architectural accomplishment. In 1961 the Palace Museum was listed as one of the important historical monuments under the special preservation by the Chinese central government and in 1987, it was nominated as the world cultural heritage by the UNESCO.

Beihai Park -- Beihai Park is one of the most famous and beautiful parks in Beijing, which once served as an imperial garden during the Liao Dynasty over 800 years ago. Until the eve of the Xinhai Revolution in 1911, it had been an imperial garden exclusively for the royal family. The garden, which once held a large amount of national treasure, was all looted by the Eight-Power Allied Force as they invaded Beijing and completely destroyed the garden in 1900. Since 1925 the garden has been open to ordinary visitors as a public park. The whole park is divided into five scenic zones: Qiong Isle, Tuancheng or Tuan City, Dongan, or East Bank, and the Beihai Arboretum. Each one has its enchanting features. The greenness and a large variety of architectural styles in the park display the features of gardens in both northern and southern Imperial China.

Be transferred to the Beijing railway station -- Transfer to railway station for your train to next destination.

  • : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • : 3*** Hotel

DAY 4 : Be greeted at the Shanghai railway station, after an early lunch you can visit Nanjing Road, The Bund, The Chenghuang Temple Market, and Jade Buddha Temple

Be greeted at the Shanghai railway station

Nanjing Road -- China's premier shopping street, the 3.4-mile-long Nanjing Road is a must-see metropolitan destination attracting thousands of fashion-seeking shoppers from all over the world. It is the earliest shopping street in Shanghai. It is one of the landmarks of Shanghai. It's said that if you have never been to Nanjing Street, it is equal that you have never been to Shanghai. Besides shopping tips, the most outstanding characteristic of Nanjing Street is the absolutely different sight at day-time and at night. At day-time, people may enjoy the green plants. There are more than 70 fragrant camphor trees, all kinds of flowers and trees. At night, colorful lights and beautiful music fountain make the street romantic. The cultural atmosphere is another sight in Nanjing Street. There are 26 culture facilities along the two sides of Nanjing Street. Owing to all these, tourists may taste the "culture food" of different places, appreciate the art of all around the world, and feel the connotation of a different culture.

The Bund -- The Bund is a 1.5-kilometer-long boulevard on the western bank of the Huangpu River. It is the long corridor of Shanghai. For more than 100 years, it has been the symbol of Shanghai. Shanghai people are proud of the Bund. It shows the culture of Shanghai and the creation of modern civilization to people. The architecture along the Bund is unanimously honored as a "World Architectural Fair", including all kinds of tall buildings like the Gothic style, the Baroque style, the Roman style, the classical style, the Renaissance style and the combination of Chinese and Western style. Generally speaking, the beauty of a city should contain three elements: architectures, sculptures, and Evanescence. Of the three elements, sculptures are also called the eyes of a city. It is an important part of a city's beauty.

The Chenghuang Temple -- The Chenghuang Temple is a Taoist temple, which had an area of more than 10,000 square meters including two gardens: west garden (Yuyuan garden) and east garden. The temple has a great influence on the residents of Shanghai. The religious festivals of the temple are considered to be the festivals of all Shanghai people, especially when the sanxun festival (a day when the Chenghuang God start to inspect his people) comes, nearly all people will come to the Chenghuang Temple to burn incense and worship the Chenghuang God, while all shops inside or near the Chenghuang Temple would hang red lanterns to celebrate the festival. In addition, some folk arts, like cockfight, penmanship performance and acrobatics, are fairly attractive.

Jade Buddha Temple -- Situated in the northwest near the intersection of Anyuan Lu and Jiangning Lu, the temple was built during the reign of Guang Xu, in the Qing Dynasty. It is also the home of the Shanghai Buddhism Institute. There are two precious jade Buddhist statues.T he two precious jade Buddhist statues are not only rare cultural relics but also porcelain artworks. Both the Sitting Buddha and the Recumbent Buddha are carved with whole white jade. The sparkling and crystal-clear white jade gives the Buddhas the beauty of sanctity and makes them more vivid. The Sitting Buddha is 190 centimeters high and encrusted by the agate and the emerald, portraying the Buddha at the moment of his meditation and enlightenment. The Recumbent Buddha is 96 centimeters long, lying on the right side with the right hand supporting the head and the left hand placing on the left leg, this shape is called the 'lucky repose'. The sedate face shows the peaceful mood of Sakyamuni when he left this world. In the temple, there is also another Recumbent Buddha which is four meters long and was brought from Singapore by the tenth abbot of the temple in 1989.

  • : Lunch/Dinner
  • : 3*** Hotel

DAY 5: One day tour of Zhujiajiao Ancient Town (Four Scenic Spots), Xin Tian Di, shopping in Silk Shop.

Zhujiajiao Ancient Town (Four Scenic Spots) -- Located in west Shanghai, Zhujiajiao is a typical ancient water town in the south of the Yangtze River. You will indulge in the well-preserved Ming and Qing architecture, ancient stone bridges, ancient streets, etc. "With a natural scenery of little bridges spanning bubbling streams and there are the original Ming-Qing Dynasty streets", The town occupies an area of 47 It is crisscrossed by rivers and canals, with 9 long streets running along the rivers and thousands of buildings of Ming and Qing Dynasty architecture flanking both sides. The ancient streets paved with stone slabs, deep and quiet alleyways, arched stone bridges, little creaking boats all express the beauty of water in the ancient town of Zhujiajiao. The antiquity of the bridges, the rareness of the streets and the seclusion of the alleyways all present you a scene of "boats sailing on the water and people touring in painting". Four scenic spots (including Tongtianhe Medicine Shop, Qing Dynasty Post Office, Yuanjin Meditation Room, and Kezhi Garden).

Xin Tian Di -- Xin Tian Di, which means "the New World" in English, is located at the very Centre of the City. Covering a total area of 30,000 square meters, it is a fashionable pedestrian street composed of Shikumen and modern architecture style. Xin Tian Di is unique because of its concept of construction. It retains the antique walls, tiles, and exterior of the Shikumen housing of old Shanghai. On the other hand, its interior embodies a totally different world of an international gallery, bars, and cafes, boutiques or theme restaurants. Xin Tian Di is where 'yesterday and tomorrow meet in Shanghai today'. When you walk into Xin Tian Di, you will get the taste both of Shanghai in the 1920s and the sonic modern lifestyle of urbanites of the 21st century.

  • : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • : 3*** Hotel

DAY 6: Be transferred to the Pudong airport, take your flight and a wonderful memory home!

Be transferred to Pudong airport.

  • : Breakfast
  • Above mentioned domestic train tickets.
  • Private transfers between airports/railway stations, hotels, and all sightseeing spots. Any separated transfer because of different arrivals will incur extra charges.
  • Hotel or cruiser accommodation based on two adults sharing one standard twin-bed room/cabin unless specific statement.
  • Meals (Breakfast in hotel, Indian/Chinese lunch and Indian/Chinese dinner served at local restaurant, or other types of meals) as specified in the itinerary table marked with (B/L/D).
  • One driver and one English-speaking guide on normal sightseeing activities in each destination.
  • All entrance fees to scenic spots as shown in the itinerary. The final arrangement will be determined by local tour guides based on the local circumstances.
  • Visa fees
  • Round-trip airfare using China Southern ( airfare is subject to change at the time of booking)
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  • Sightseeing, service and any other meal not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Passport application or renewal fee.
  • Tips for guides, escort, drives, bellboy, etc.
  • Personal expenses such as excess luggage fees, laundry, postage, communications and beverages.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Optional meals and shows mentioned in the itinerary, which will be added up if the clients desire to take the activities.
  • Applicable taxes or government fees.
  • Any other changes caused by the acts of God, natural disasters, fires, weather, governmental and local authority orders, political change, strikes, war, riots, quarantine, customs regulations, damages or injury caused by accident.
  • Any items not specified in the plan.

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