15 Day China Tour Itinerary

15 Day China Tour Itinerary
Includes: Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Jin Xi, Sushou & Shanghai

Day 1 Depart your home city.
2 Arrive Beijing – Met by guide and transferred to your hotel.
3 Beijing – Guide will take you to the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and a family visit in the Old Hutongs Neighborhood and lunch. BLD
4 Beijing –Visit the Lama Temple and Temple of Heaven and the Summer Palace. BL Dinner on your own tonight.
5 Beijing – Guide will take you to the Great Wall at Mutianyu with cable car included both ways. Stop at the Xiu-Xiu market. Special Peking Duck Dinner tonight. BLD
6 Beijing/Xian by a.m. air. Met by Guide and taken to visit the Wild Goose Pagoda, Ancient City Wall, and the Big Bell Tower. Transfer to Hotel. BLD
7 Xian – Full day tour to Terra Cotta Warriors site, Banpo Museum, and the Hua Qing Pools Winter Palace of the Tang Dynasty. Tang Dynasty Dinner and Show this evening. BLD.
8 Xian./Guilin by morning air. Guide will meet you and take you to the 7 Star Park, and Reed Flute Cave. Transfer to your hotel. BLD
9 Fantastic Li River Cruise today down to the village of Yangshuo and transfer to your village hotel. Special welcoming dinner tonight at one of the many quaint restaurants. BLD Optional River Show tonight. ask your guide about tickets!
10 Yangshuo – Free day to explore this wonderful quaint village in the countryside. Great place to go biking, shopping or just enjoy rural China life. B only.
11 Yangshuo/Guilin/Shanghai – Guide will take you to Guilin for your evening flight to Shanghai. In Shanghai you will be met by the local guide and transferred to your central area hotel. B only.
12 Shanghai – Guide will take you to the Bund, Yu Garden in the old district before lunch. After lunch you will visit the Shanghai National Museum. After an early dinner you will be entertained by the famous Shanghai Acrobats. BLD
13 Shanghai/Suzhou by van. Visit the famous Humble Administrators Garden, Silk factory and Fashion Show before lunch. After lunch you will go to the Tiger Hill Park, a short ride on the Grand Canal and the Lingering Gardens before dinner. Transfer to your central area hotel. BLD
14 Suzhou/Jin Xi/Suzhou. Guide will take you to the lakes area to visit Jinxi a small town once used by Shanghai Officials for summer homes. Great Shopping and scenery here amongst the trees and canals. Return to Suzhou in the evening. BLD
15 Suzhou/Shanghai Pudong Airport and Home. B only.
Included: All China transportation, meals as indicated, local guides, hotel choice of Standard, First Class or Deluxe, sightseeing and entertainment as listed.
Not Included: Tips to Guides and Drivers. Any expense of a personal nature not listed above. A Visa is required and not included; however we have the forms and instructions to apply by mail.

Contact us for prices.
E-mail: interlak@eskimo.com

Please ask for a quote to include international air from your city or
you may do your own air or use frequent flyer miles!

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A National Guide can be included with groups of 6-9 and 10 persons or more who stay
with the tour 24 hours a day at one price for the Group, tip not included.


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P.O. Box 33652, Seattle, WA 98133

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