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CHINA VACATION - Beijing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Shanghai 9 dyas(KDGLG9E)

Visiting: Beijing, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, Shanghai China
  Code: KDGLG9E
Value: ★★★★★
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This phenomenal itinerary presents China’s key highlights in just 8 days. Beijing: Great Wall of China,Forbidden City, Qianmen District, National Stadium, Kung Fu Show Suzhou: Panmen Scenic Area, Hanshan Temple, Silk Weaving Workshop Wuxi: Liyuan Garden Hangzhou: West Lake, Qinghe Old Street Shanghai: Old Town, Bund, Shanghai World Expo Memorial Park

Date: 3 /27/2011 ~ 12/04/2011
Main Features: Great wall, Forbidden city, Qianmen District, Kung Fu Show, Silk Weaving Workshop, West Lake etc. Fine Dining, Special Entertainment, Sightseeing, Travel Protections, 4/5 hotels and more...
Itinerary:   fligts bus (B- Breakfast L- Lunch D- Dinner)

Day 1 | USA ~ Beijing          
Depart from Los Angeles airport (LAX), we will assit you boarding the flight to Beijing.

Day 2 | Beijing       (B,L,D)   
Welcome to Beijing, China's former imperial capital whose rich history dates back more than 3,000 years. We meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. After check-in, you have free time to relax.
Hotel: Beijing - Beiing Pullman West Wanda Hotel ★★★★

Day 3 | Beijing      (B,L,D)     
After a refreshing night’s sleep, you will embark on a tour of this historical city served as the capital of China for five dynasties spanning over 3000 years. visit the enormous Tiananmen Square, which can accommodate over 1,000,000 people. Then, tour Beijing’s Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site; made up of nearly 800 buildings, it is the world’s largest surviving imperial palace complex. features more than 800 buildings with a total of 9,999 rooms, gleaming golden glazed roofs, red lacquered pillars and rich vermillion walls. Walk its grounds among the opulent palaces, pavilions, courtyards and imperial gardens within the 26-foot-high walls; the high walled “Inner City,” home of the palace’s government buildings. After dinner, enjoy the spectacular show "The Legend of Kung Fu" in the evening.
Hotel: Beijing - Beiing Pullman West Wanda Hotel ★★★★

Day 4 | Beijing        (B, L, D)  
After breakfast, you will travel to the Badaling Hills. There, you behold one of the most impressive and best-preserved sections of the Great Wall of China - a 4,000-mile-long series of sandstone and earthwork fortifications built and maintained between the 5th century B.C. and the 16th century A.D. that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore its winding pathways and marvel at the panoramic views from its ramparts. You will also get a chance to glimpse the National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest, the site of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies. Tonight’s special dinner will be a real taste of Peking duck.
Hotel: Beijing - Beiing Pullman West Wanda Hotel ★★★★
Day 5 | Beijing ~ Shanghai ~ Suzhou ~ Wuxi      (B,D)   
Fly to Shanghai China. And, see Old Shanghai and travel along the elegant Bund, stopping to admire some of its historic buildings and city views. Upon arrival in Shanghai, board your coach to nearby Suzhou, a city famous for its gardens and waterways. Sightseeing here includes the famous Hanshan Temple and Panmen Scenic Area. Afterwards, you’ll have the opportunity to visit a timehonored silk-weaving workshop where you can learn the secret to silk making, a specialty in the local area for thousands of years. You will stay in Wuxi tonight.
Hotel: Wuxi -Xizhou Garden Hotel ★★★★
Day 6 | Wuxi ~ Hangzhou    (B,L,D)  
Begin your tour of Wuxi, Wuxi is an old city in Jiangsu province, Split into halves by Lake Taihu, Wuxi borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east. The northern half looks across to Taizhou to the north over the Yangtze River, while the southern half also borders the province of Zhejiang to the south. Wuxi earned its nickname "Pearl of Lake Tai" because it's built on the shore of Lake Tai with beautiful sceneries. Wuxi in a Baiyue word which may mean "god bird". Wuxi China was founded 3,000 years ago by two fugitive princes, Wuxi is famous for its South China lake scenery. The tour continues with a visit to a local pearl farming factory. Then the bus continues onto the city of Hangzhou, a major city located in the Yangtze River Delta region, Hangzhou also has been one of the most renowned and prosperous cities of China for much of the last 1,000 years. You’ll spend the night in Hangzhou.
Hotel: Hangzhou - Grand Metropark Hotel ★★★★★
Day 7 | Hangzhou ~ Shanghai       (B, L, D)   
Hangzhou is praised along with Suzhou as an “earthly paradise”. The city of Hangzhou was founded about 2,200 years ago during the Qin Dynasty, but the city wall was not constructed until the Sui Dynasty (591). It is listed as one of the Seven Ancient Capitals of China.
You will take a boat trip on the world famous " West Lake". Later, you will visit the charming Qinghe Old Street. We will continue our tour to Shanghai.
Hotel: Shanghai - Huating Hotel ★★★★★
Day 8 | Shanghai        (B,L, D) 
This morning, see Old Shanghai and travel along the elegant Bund, stopping to admire some of its historic buildings and city views. Sightseeing includes a visit to the Old Town, an artfully designed maze of elegant pavilions and ponds in the old part of the city. Take a stroll along the Bund, China’s most famous waterfront that stretches for about one mile along the Huangpu River. Later if it is possible, you can get a glimpse of the Shanghai World Expo Memorial Park, the site of the world expo held in 2010.
Hotel: Shanghai - Huating Hotel ★★★★★
Day 9: Shanghai ~ USA      (B)  
Say "Zai Jian" to Shanghai and board your flight home or your next destination.

Price List :

Departure Date

End Date

Land only*

Single Supplement


04/04 $699 $350

04/13, 04/30

04/21, 5/08 $799 $350
05/09, 05/25
11/08, 11/21
05/17, 06/02
11/16, 11/29
09/04, 09/18
09/12, 09/26

* Land only prices include China domestic air ticket, tax, and fuel charge.

* Children under 11 years of age can share a room with two adults but will not be provided with an extra bed. Their prices are 75% of the adult price.

We reserve the rights of changing hotel at the same class.

Preferred rate is only valid if booked outside of 60 days prior to departure and has limited availability.  Rates are based on Air China and are guaranteed once full payment is received.

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Hotel City: Beijing
Pullman West Wanda Hotel

No. Jia 18 Shijingshan Road Shijingshan District 100040 BEIJING CHINA
Tel: (+86)10-88681188
Fax: (+86)10-88681199
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Hotel City: Wuxi
Xizhou Garden Hotel

No.68 Erquan Middle Road Shishan District Wuxi CHINA
Tel: (+86)0510-88686888
Fax: (+86)0510-88686777
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Hotel city: Hangzhou
Grand Metropark

NO.2,Pinghai Road,Hangzhou,China
Tel: 86-571-87088088
Fax: 86-571-87077618
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ShangHai:Huating hotel
1200 Cao Xi Bei Road, Shanghai, China 200030
Tel: 86-21-64391000
Fax: 86-21-62550830

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