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Departure for Beijing, overnight on international flight.
Arrive in Beijing, China’s imperial capital whose rich history dates back to more than 3 000 years. Then, we will transfer to your hotel. Our tour guide will help you check in, so you may enjoy some free time to relax.
Beijing embodies the beating heart of China, brimming with massive monuments to a storied past and robust economic centers. After breakfast, we will visit Tiananmen Square, enter the imperial-red walls of the ornate Forbidden City - the emperor’s palace. This structure has been off limits to commoners for centuries as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and only accessible to emperors, their families, and court for 500 years.After lunch in a local restaurant, we will visit another UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Temple of Heaven, where the emperors went to humble themselves and pray for a good harvest. Welcome dinner at the Peking duck.
Enjoy your excursion to the ancient Great Wall, one of the world’s most iconic sites. Built and maintained between the 5th century BC and the 16th century AD to keep barbarian nomads out of the empire, this UNESCO World Heritage Site of sandstone and earthwork stretches some 4 000 miles. Explore its winding pathways and marvel at the panoramic views from its ramparts. Return to the city to view outside of Beijing National Stadium (Bird's Nest Stadium).
After breakfast, take a city tour in the old town of Beijing: visit Hutong with a rickshaw ride, admire the well-kept courtyards of families who still live in this richly historic community, and enjoy a lunch at local resident.Departure by flight to Xi'an, one of the oldest cities in China. Celebrated as the starting point of the ancient Silk Road. More than 3,000 years of history, this city presided over one of China’s most glorious cultural periods. Dinner and transfer to the hotel.
Visit the Eighth Wonder of the World : the magnificent Terra Cotta Warriors. At the enormous mausoleum where Emperor Qin Shi Huang was laid to rest over 2 000 years ago, see the 8 000 life-sized sculpted warriors, archers and infantrymen who were buried with him. Remarkably, each man and horse was molded with its own distinctive features. The incredible archaeological site was discovered by local farmers in 1974.In the afternoon, we will visit the Grand Place of the Wild Goose Pagoda. Optional Dinner and Tang Dynasty Dance Show : (70USD / person)
After breakfast, fly to Lhasa, capital of the Tibet autonomous region in China, located at 11,500 feet above sea level on the northern slopes of the Himalayas. Arrive at your hotel with time to rest and adjust to the high altitude.
After breakfast, visit Potala Palace, one of the grandest monuments in all of Asia. Built in the 17th century atop the original 7th-century site, the palace boasts more than 1,000 rooms, including the Red Palace. This Eastern architectural triumph was once the world's tallest building before the creation of 20th-century skyscrapers. Lunch at a local restaurant, visit the popular Barkhor Street Bazaar, located in the heart of Lhasa. Visit a local Tibetan family for tea in the afternoon and enjoy a Tibetan dinner and traditional dance performance at a local restaurant, witnessing traditions passed down over thousands of years, like the crane and deer dances.
In the morning,visit the Jokhang Temple where you may observe the traditions of Tibetan Buddhism and hear the musical sounds of chanting sutras and the spinning of prayer wheels. Inside the Jokhang Temple, thousands of yak-butter candles flicker inside beneath the enlightened gaze of the golden 7th century Buddha statue. In the afternoon , visit Sera Monastery, known as one of the great three university monasteries of Tibet.
After breakfast, take a flight to Chongqing, known as the 'Mountain City'. Dinner and transfer to hotel
After Breakfast, we will visit Chongqing Zoo (Panda), and take a city tour. After dinner, we will board the Century Legend for Yangtze River Cruise.
Excursion to Shibaozhai temple, literally meaning "the gemstone fortress", on the northern banks of the Yangtze River. This 12-story pavilion was built in 1650 along the Yangtze. Enjoying Capital welcome cocktail party at night.
Travel the most scenic stretch of the Yangtze as it forces its way through a spectacular series of limestone ridges known as the Three Gorges. Cruise through Qutang Gorge, the shortest, narrowest and most spectacular of the three large gorges. Then, we will board a smaller boat for an excursion through the Goddess Stream. We will sail through these remarkable canyons flanked by towering cliffs. Along the way, you can see fascinating sites including the hanging coffins of the Ba people and the ancient plank road carved into the cliffside. Sailing through Wu Gorge, renowned for its magnificent scenery.
After breakfast, we will disembark for a tour of the Three Gorges Dam. The world’s largest hydroelectric power project took almost 20 years to build. You will see the inner workings of this massive structure up close. Learn how the dam controls flooding and how it led to the relocation of 1.25 million people.Transfer by bus to Jingzhou city, a very old merchandise transportation and distribution center, located in the center of a loop of the Yangtze River. Visit the Jingzhou Museum and the ancient city walls. Continue to Wuhan city.
After breakfast, we will transfer by high-speed train to Shanghai. Enjoy your Huangpu River Cruise and a wonderful acrobatics show in the evening。
After breakfast, we will walk along the Bund, and visit the old Shanghai district "Cheng Huang Miao" and Nanjing Road, the main shopping street of Shanghai and also one of the world's busiest shopping streets.Visit the Shanghai Museum in the afternoon. The museum has about one million items covering 21 areas. The collections of bronzes, calligraphy ceramics and paintings are particularly impressive. Farewell dinner in the evening!
After breakfast, transfer to the Pudong International Airport for your return flight. End of the trip.
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