Ever since the world discovered China through the writings of adventurer Marco Polo some 700 years ago, we’ve come to regard this large Asian country as the embodiment of all that is mysterious and exotic. Even now, after decades of economic growth, this vast country has lost none of its fascination. Indeed, the contrast between China’s ancient customs and the new ultra-modern state has only increased our fascination with a culture that dates back many millennia.read more/less
It’s a culture that is much celebrated by the Chinese themselves, as evidenced by the preservation of such important historic sites as the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace in the capital of Beijing, each recalling the days of China’s emperors. And then, of course, there’s the famous Great Wall, winding for 6,700 kilometers from the Yellow Sea to Central Asia, while its countless shrines exude the spirit of age-old Eastern religions. Given its huge size, China offers visitors limitless scope for exploration. From cruising through the picturesque Yangtze Gorges, visiting a bustling city or seeking out the tranquility of an ancient temple, China is full of incredible experiences.
SHANGHAI & BEIJING
6 nights hotel accommodation in twin sharing room
Excellent English speaking tour guide.
First gate Sightseeing fee.
Daily transfer during the tour and airport returns transfer
3 Indian dinners 1 Chinese lunch
The bullet train 2nd class shanghai—beijing
Guide and driver tips
All airfare and airport tax
Any meals not mentioned in the itinerary
Anything not mentioned
Day1 Arrive at Shanghai (Seat in coach transfer)
On arrival in shanghai airport, you will be met and transfer to hotel.
Day2 shanghai full day city tour (Indian dinner)
After Breakfast, we will visit the Jade Buddha Temple. Jade Buddha Temple is the most famous Buddhist temple in Shanghai. Located at 170 Anyuan Road, the temple was established in 1918 with the style of the Song Dynasty. It is an active temple with over 70 monks. Move on to Shanghai Bazaar –Yu Yuan market. And then walk to the Nanjing Pedestrian Road. It is regarded as the first commercial street in Shanghai. It was first built in 1851. Now Nanjing Road has turned into the number one site for shopping in the city. Wander from the eastern end of Nanjing Road to the Bund. The Bund (Waitan) is one of the most noted architectural symbols of Shanghai. The Bund in Shanghai was first used when the first British company opened an office there in 1846. The Bund, or the waterfront, is now surrounded by about 50 various buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance.
Optional: Huangpu River cruise
Embark on a cruise boat cruising on the Huangpu River passing by the Bund on the west bank and Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Jinmao Tower, World Financial Center and more futuristic buildings at Lujiazui in Pudong on the east bank of Huangpu River.
Day3 Free day in Shanghai
Optional 1: Disney land tour
Optional 2: China water village flee market Indian dinner
Today you will visit Zhujiajiao, Located in a suburb of Shanghai city, Zhujiajiao is an ancient water town well-known throughout the country, with a history of more than 1700 years. Covering an area of 47 square kilometres, the little fan-shaped town glimmers like a bright pearl in the landscape of lakes and mountains. Endowed with another elegant name – ‘Pearl Stream’ – the little town is the best-preserved among the four ancient towns in Shanghai. After a wonderful trip today, you drive back to Shanghai and AP market free shopping, Indian dinner at Indian restaurant.)
Day 4 shanghai—beijing by world fastest bullet train (Indian dinner)
You do not need to get up early to catch the train, we will block the 10:00 am (if the train is not possible, we will select the train not early than 10 am) train for you to Beijing, on arrival, you will be meet by the guide and start the visiting on Tian anmen square, the largest public square in the world. This was the site when in 1949, from a rostrum on Tiananmen (the Gate of Heavenly Peace), Chairman Mao proclaimed the establishment of the People’s Republic of China. Indian dinner at an Indian restaurant
Day 5 Beijing full day Great wall tour(Chinese lunch Indian dinner)
In the morning drive 75km to visit the Jade factory and Great Wall at Juyong pass which is the symbol of China and the wisdom of Chinese people. It is very unbelievable that the Chinese succeeded in building such a great architecture with simple tools in ancient time. You will have a shortstop and take photos in Beijing Olympic Park, where you can see the outside view of the National Stadium– Bird’s Nest and National Aquatics Center –Water Cube. Tea house will be followed after the sightseeing.
Day6 Free day in Beijing
Optional: Summer palace+ Beijing Zoo (panda) +Indian dinner
After breakfast, start your morning tour with the visit to the Summer Palace, originally a royal garden and a temporary dwelling palace for emperors of Qing Dynasty. Its predecessor was the Garden of Clear Ripples (Qingyiyuan) started in 1750 and burned down by the British and French allied troops in 1860. And then we will visit the Beijing zoo to visit the Panda. Indian dinner will be served at Indian restaurant.
Day7 departure from Beijing (seat in coach transfer)
Breakfast at the hotel; get transferred to the airport for Final Departure.