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9 Days Shanghai Xian Beijing Tours

 Classic China Tours - 9 Days Shanghai Xian Beijing Tours


Tour Code: MC-CCT-03
Departure: Daily

Highlights: This is 9 days classic China tours highlighted with three biggest cities Beijing, Xian and Shanghai. Three metropolitan centers in different regions of China represent the quintessence of Chinese travel destinations featuring the history, culture and modern development. Shanghai, Xian and Beijing tours is absolutely an epitome of great China tours. For first-time travelers to China, It is the top choice.

Attractions: Beijing Forbidden City, Beijing Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Tang Dynasty Show, The Bund of Shanghai, Shanghai Yuyuan Garden

classic china tours
From  $1600

 

shanghai yuyuan garden
Yuyuan Garden of Shanghai
the bund of shanghai
the bund of shanghai
The Bund of Shanghai
pudong night view
Pudong Night View Seen
from the Bund
Huangpu River Cruise
Huangpu River Cruise
the bund of shanghai
Shanghai Acrobatic Show
the giant wild goose pagoda xian
Giant Wild Goose Pagoda
xian city wall
Xian City Wall
Xian Great Mosque
Xian Great Mosque
Xian Muslim Street
Xian Muslim Street
Terracotta Warriors
Terracotta Warriors
Tang Dynasty Show
Tang Dynasty Show
Dumpling Banquet
Dumpling Banquet
Obama on Great Wall
Obama Traveling in
Badaling Great Wall
the legend of Kungfu show in Beijing
Kungfu Night Show
Beijing Lama Temple
Beijing Lama Temple
Beijing Hutong
Beijing Hutong
beijing forbidden city
Beijing Forbidden City
Beijing Tiananmen Square
Beijing Tiananmen Square
Temple of Heaven
Temple of Heaven

Day 1 – Arrive in Shanghai (no meal)

Upon your arrival into Shanghai, you will be met by our friendly guide who will transfer you to your hotel for a good rest.



Day2 – Shanghai (B/L/D)

Visit: Yuyuan Garden, Jin Mao Tower, Bund Huangpu River Cruise, Acrobatic Show

Today you will enjoy a delightful Shanghai tour. You will visit Yuyuan Garden which is the largest traditional garden in Shanghai, and then troll along the Shanghai Old Street with its twisting alleyways and many shops and hawkers. This afternoon after lunch, pay a visit the Jin Mao Two, one of the highest buildings in Shanghai Pudong area, where from the Observation deck you will enjoy a panoramic view of Shanghai city. After that, stroll along the Bund and then take a short cruise on Huangpu River. Tonight, enjoy the famous Chinese traditional acrobatic show.

Yuyuan Garden - Yuyuan Garden is one of the quintessential representatives of Jiangnan Garden. Originally, Yuyuan garden was built in 1559 by Pan Yunduan(潘允端), a local governor of Sichuan province in Ming Dynasty, to serve his father who was Pan En (潘恩), a famous minister during the reign of Emperor Jiajing in Ming Dynasty. Yu(豫) in Chinese language is an auspicious character, and means comfort, satisfaction and pleasure, and it also the abbreviation of Henan province. To be the name of the garden was to show the filial love of making parents and the elder happy and pleasant.

The Bund - The bund crowned to be the Old Shanghai Exotic building Clusters is the most famous tourist attraction of Shanghai, and someone considers it as the landmark of Shanghai and the witness of Shanghai history. It is an epitome of Shanghai in the past 150 years, and the show of the capitalism of old Shanghai. The Bund located at the connecting point of Huangpu River and Suzhou River is opposite to Pudong Lujiazui Financial District. It approximately is 1,800 meters from North Section of Suzhou Road to Jinling East Road, and the whole landform is like the shape of crescent. Visiting to Shanghai, the bund and its exotic building clusters are the must-see destinations.

Huangpu River Cruise - It is a traditional tourist program. Cruises are available everyday, including the shorter cruises and the complete cruises. The cruise starts from the Bund and goes upstream. Towards the south, it takes you to look at the Nanpu Bridge, and then turns round to the north to go to the Yangpu Bridge and finally reaches Wusong Mouth (Wusongkou), which is an inlet of the sea that the Huangpu River and the Yangtze River flow into. When flood tide happens, you can see the marvelous spectacle of 'Three Waters Mingle Together' – blue-grey water from the Huangpu River, blue colored water from the East China Sea and yellow colored water with silt from the Yangtze River.

Acrobatic Show - The Acrobatics at Shanghai are not to be missed. They are held each night and last for about 2 hours. The Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe, established in 1951 is one of the best in China. It frequently tours internationally and performs routinely at Shanghai and other cities in China. An acrobatic show has become one of the most popular evening entertainments for tourists in Shanghai. You can enjoy gravity-defying contortionism, juggling, unicycling, chair-stacking, and plate-spinning acts at the following stages.



Day3 – Shanghai—Xian by flight (B/L)

Visit: Big Goose Pagoda, City Wall, Great Mosque, Muslim Street

This morning, be transferred to the airport for your flight to Xian. Upon your arrival in Xian, our guide will greet you and transferred you to visit the Giant Goose Pagoda which has a long history, and then visit the famous City Wall, Great Mosque and Muslim street, after that transfer to your hotel for a good rest.

Giant Wild Goose Pagoda - The Big Wild Goose Pagoda, an enormous building comprising 7 floors and surrounded by beautiful gardens was originally built in AD652 during the reign of Emperor Gaozong (During Tang Dynasty 628-683). It's main function was to collect Buddhist materials taken from India by Xuanzang and to translate the Sanskrit into Chinese. The pagoda is an architectural gem, built with layers of bricks but without any cement. The original structure at 60m high and with only 5 storeys was finished in 652 A.D. Between 701-704 AD, mainly because of structural weakness in the earth-cored pagoda, a new 10-storey pagoda was built. However, between the wars of the coming years and a massive earthquake in 1556, this structure was reduced almost to ruins. As a result, some revisions were made during the Ming Dynasty to produce the 7-storey, 64 meter-tall structure we see today.

Ancient City Wall - The Xian City Wall is not only the most complete architecture well preserved of ancient Chinese burghs but also the largest in size and integral ancient military fort of the world.

Great Mosque - The Great Mosque of Xian, located near the Drum Tower (Gu Lou) on Huajue Lane of Xian, Shaanxi province, China, is one of the oldest and most renowned mosques in the country. It was first built in the Tang Dynasty (reign of Emperor Xuanzong, 685-762), and renovated in later periods (especially during the reign of Emperor Hongwu of the Ming Dynasty). It remains a popular tourist site of Xian, and is still used by Chinese Muslims (mainly the Hui people) today as a place of worship. Unlike most mosques in Middle Eastern or Arab countries, the Great Mosque of Xian is completely Chinese in its construction and architectural style, except for some Arabic lettering and decorations, for the mosque has neither domes nor traditional-style minarets.

Muslim Street - Muslim Street Located in the center of Xian City, the Muslim Street is a fantastic place to wander. All shops and restaurants in the street are operated by Muslims. The stalls flanking the narrow alleys sell almost everything you can imagine. There are even a number of stalls selling parts of aircraft. If you are prepared to bargain you will be amazed at the final prices. A variety of Muslim food and snacks can be tried here, tasty and very cheap, including the locals' favorites, roasted beef, roasted fish, and pancakes. The title "a street for gourmet" is deserved.



Day 4 – Xian (B/L/D)

Visit: Terracotta Warriors, Dumpling Banquet, Tang Dynasty Show

This morning after breakfast, you will be transferred to visit the famous historical site–Terracotta Warriors. It is referred to the Eighth wonders in the world. This afternoon return to hotel and free at your own to explore Xian. Tonight, enjoy the Dumpling Banquet to taste the local delicious food with the Tang Dynasty Show performance.

Terracotta Warriors and Horse Museum - Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses Museum is the most important archeological excavations of the 20th century located lies 35 kilometers east of Xian, at the base of Lishan Mountain. Life size figures of terracotta warriors and horses arranged in battle formations are the star features at the museum. The museum covers an area of 16,300 square meters, divided into three sections: No. 1 Pit, No. 2 Pit, and No. 3 Pit in that order. Altogether over 7000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses, and even weapons have been unearthed from these pits. Most of them have been restored to their previous magnificence.

Dumpling Banquet - Xian Dumpling Banquet was originated from the dumplings of Tang Dynasty and traditional dumplings in folk community. This banquet is made with elaborate material selections and unique techniques. The dumplings made are impressive and characterized for their shapes. Xian Dumpling Banquet is famous for its multiple diversity and variety of dumplings on the table.

Tang Dynasty Show - Tang Dynasty Show is developed as a blend of ancient melodious music and inspiring dances, along with various Chinese instruments, and it features presenting lots of interesting historical stories to audiences, such as the story of the Monkey King's master - Monk Xuanzang. The performance enhanced by English subtitles and fascinating visual effect, aims to make more people know about Chinese history and cultures.



Day5 – Xian—Beijing by Flight (B/L)

This morning, you are free at your own pace to explore Xian. After lunch, take flight to Beijing. Upon arrival in Beijing, our guide will greet you and transfer you to your hotel for a good rest.



Day6 – Beijing (B/L)

Visit: Badaling Great Wall, Legends of Kung Fu performance

Today, pay a visit to the Great Wall of Badaling Great Wall. Badaling Great Wall is located in the northern Part of Beijing which is about 70km from Beijing city Center. This is undoubtedly one of the greatest man-made wonders of the world. This afternoon after your lunch, be transferred back to Beijing city to visit the Silk Market where you can negotiate and seek out of the many bargains. After that, move to Red Theater to enjoy Legends of Kung Fu Performance.

Badaling Great Wall - Badaling Great Wall is one of the nine forts on earth, and also the quintessential section of the Great Wall. It is the representative of the Great Wall established in the Ming Dynasty. Badaling Great Wall is the earliest section opened to tourists. Badaling Scenic Area is mainly characterized by the Badaling Great Wall with multi-functional modernized facilities for tourism service such as Badaling Hotel, Quanzhou Cinema and China Great Wall Museum inscribed directly by Jiang Zemin, the former president of China. Badaling Great Wall is the best preserved section of the Great Wall with the all-sided service facilities.

Legends of Kung Fu Performance - The Legend of Kung Fu follows the story of a young boy found wandering outside an ancient temple. Like every boy in China, he dreams of becoming a Kung Fu master. On the road to enlightenment the young monk encounters many difficulties and temptations. The show has English subtitles shown above the stage to keep you informed of the story line. The actors do not speak; the show is all Kung Fu, dance and acrobatics. It is the fusion of modern dance with Chinese traditional arts which make this performance unique and spectacular. The best Kung Fu practitioners from all over China have been found for this production and it shows on the stage. Their average age is just 17 years old. Additionally, the costumes, set design and special effects are up to international standards, created by some of the best stage directors and designers in China.



Day7 – Beijing (B/L)

Visit: Lama Temple, Hutong

This morning after breakfast, you will visit the most renowned Tibetan Buddhist Temple outside of Tibet – The Lama Temple; It is the largest Tibetan monastery in Beijing. After that, you will visit the traditional Beijing Old Hutong by rickshaw where you can get a fascinating insight into the lives of the traditional Beijing citizens. This afternoon, free at your own to explore Beijing city.

Lama Temple - Lama Temple ( Yonghegong or Palace of Peace or Yonghegong Lamasery ), located in central Beijing, is the largest lamasery in the northeast part of Beijing city. Lama Temple features five large halls and five courtyards with beautifully decorative archways, upturned eaves and carved details. It houses a treasury of Buddhist art, including sculptured images of gods, demons and Buddha, as well as Tibetan-style murals.

Beijing Old Hutong - Hutong, lanes or alleys, is formed by lines of Siheyuan (a compound with houses around a courtyard) standing side by side along a straight passage. The Hutongs have witnessed the vicissitude of Beijing. Choose your preferred way to explore the Hutong alleys - by rickshaw, by bike or on foot, to see the authentic real life happening in the alleys.



Day8 – Beijing (B/L/D)

Visit: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven

Today you will spend a delightful day to visit most of the famous sights of Beijing. You will first visit Tiananmen Square, the heart of Beijing and it is the largest square in the world. After that, you will visit the Forbidden City, home to two dynasties of Emperors spanning 500 years. This afternoon, you will be transferred to visit the architectural wonders of the Temple of Heaven. Tonight enjoy a traditional Peking duck dinner in the famous traditional Beijing restaurant–Quanjude.

Tiananmen Square - Tiananmen Square is one of the largest city center squares in the world with Beijing National Museum, People’s Great Hall and other major architectures around. It is truly the heart of Beijing. Thousands of people come to the Square every day. It is the must place to visit in Beijing City. People all over China dream of having the chance to one day visit the capital city and its famous square.

Forbidden City - Forbidden City boasting the world’s largest imperial palace complex used to be the living residence and center for administrating the national affairs of Emperors in Ming and Qing Dynasties. Since the commencement of construction, Forbidden City was eye-catching all the time. Traditionally Forbidden city was the exclusively zone that only the emperors and their empresses, concubines, family members as well as some favored high officials could enter. In public mind, Forbidden City is the center of China even the world. It is riddled with mystery and legend aside from the solemnity and authority.

Temple of Heaven - The Temple of Heaven is located in southeast Beijing, and it was where emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshipped the heaven and prayed for good harvests each year. It is the largest architectural complex for rituals to pay homage to heaven. 22 Ming and Qing Dynasty emperors held more than 600 ceremonies to worship the heaven here. The last event of heaven worship took place here in 1915. In 1998, the Temple of Heaven was added to the World Heritage List by UNESCO.



Day9 – Depart Beijing (B)

Today you depart Beijing and China. You are free till been transferred to Beijing Capital International Airport for your onward flight home, end of your tour.



 Hotels and Prices
Hotels On Request
1 passenger 2 passengers 3-4 passengers 5-6 passengers
3426 USD/pax 2858 USD/pax 2375 USD/pax 1921 USD/pax


 What Is Included and Excluded
Price Inclusions

Hotel accommodation (or similar class, double occupancy)
Entrance fees as specified in the itinerary
Meals as specified in the itinerary (B= breakfast, L= Chinese lunch, D= Chinese dinner)
Experienced English speaking guide in each city
Air-conditioned private car or van for transfers and sightseeing
Domestic flights (economy class), airport tax and fuel charge
Service Charges & Government Taxes
Travel Agency Liability Insurance
Price Exclusions

International transportation
Chinese visa
Personal expenses such as: excess luggage charge (please verify your flight documentation), beverages, laundry services, etc.
Tips or gratuities to local driver and guide

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