20-Day Suzhou-Yangtze River-Yangshuo-Lhasa from $3422 per person!

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Tour Code: BT-08-L411


Destinations: Shanghai, Suzhou, Wuhan, Yangtze River, Chongqing, Guilin, Yangshuo, Xian, Lhasa and Beijing
Tour Length: 20 days
Available Dates:
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Daily Itinerary Summary


Day 01: Entry Shanghai  
Meeting on arrival and transfer to the well selected hotel. Stroll alone the Nanjing Road and visit the Bund along the HuangPu River. The welcome Dinner is served at the Wang Bao He Restaurant which has a history of around 260 years of serving the best Shanghai Cuisine. The memorable dinner is followed by the Portman Acrobatic Show at the Shanghai Centre Theatre.
 
 Hotel : Sofitel Hyland Hotel  - downtown
 
Meals : D

 
Day 02: Shanghai  Suzhou 
Drive to visit the Shanghai Museum and the Yuyuan Garden. Take a Huangpu River cruise after lunch. Leave for Suzhou by the soft seat train and transfer to the well-selected hotel upon arrival. 

 Hotel : Sheraton Hotel
 
Meals : B, L


Day 03: Suzhou Shanghai 
Your full day tour is covered by the visit to the Tiger Hill, the Humble Administrator's Garden and the Garden of the Master of the Nets. Take the soft seat train as you return to Shanghai and transfer to the hotel.
 
 Hotel : Sofitel Hyland Hotel  - downtown
 
Meals : B, L


Day 04: Shanghai  Wuhan 
After visiting the religious Jade Buddha Temple, your guide will see you off at the airport for the flight to Wuhan. Upon arrival, have a brief city tour to the Hubei Provincial Museum. After dinner, you will be transferred to the check in at the deluxe German-made cruise ship which starts sailing at 19:00.

 Hotel : China Regal Cruises
 
Meals : B, L, D


Day 05: Sailing
Spend the full day sailing.

  Hotel : China Regal Cruises
  Meals : B, L, D

 
Day 06: Sandouping
Disembark for visiting the under-built but grand Three Gorges Dam. The historic project will take you about 2 hours for visit.

  Hotel : China Regal Cruises
  Meals : B, L, D

 
Day 07: Shennong Stream
The short excursion to Shennong Stream in Badong will impress you deeply today. Not only will you enjoy the unique spectacles of the nature there, but also could see how the trackers drag the boat skillfully in the stream.

  Hotel : China Regal Cruises
  Meals : B, L, D

 
Day 08: Wanxian
Continue the sailing and pass the mountains of Eastern Sichuan. The last but not the least part of your cruise tour is the morning disembark for an excursion to Wanxian. You will reach the ancient town by bus instead of much walking. The local acrobatic show is provided for fun.

  Hotel : China Regal Cruises
  Meals : B, L, D


Day 09: Chongqing Guilin 
The ship is scheduled to arrive in Chongqing at around 10:00. You're advised to prepare for the check-out procedure after breakfast. Our guide will expect you on board and have a tour to the Panda House in Chongqing Zoo and Residence of General Joseph W. Stilwell. After have a luxurious lunch at Holiday Inn Yangtze, see you off for the flight to Guilin and transfer to the well-selected hotel. After dinner, you will be entertained by the Ethnic Songs and Dances at the Lijiang Theatre.  
 
 Hotel : Sheraton Hotel
 
Meals : B, L, D


Day 10: Guilin Yangshuo Guilin 
Bound for Yangshuo via breathtaking Li River. A short bicycle Travel to the countryside will then be arranged, you have back up choice if you prefer not to ride a bicycle. You will have chance to the local farm house to have close touch with their lifestyle. Transfer back to Guilin. (Tips: Since the lunch on the Li River cruise can not meet your expectation, Beijing Travel suggests you have big enough breakfast at the hotel this morning.)

 Hotel : Sheraton Hotel 
 Meals : B, L


Day 11: Guilin Xian 
Continue the city tour to the Reed Flute Cave, the Elephant Trunk Hill and the Seven Star Park. Head for Xian by flight and be met to check in at the well selected hotel. The buffet dinner is served at your hotel this evening.
 
 Hotel : Sheraton Xian Hotel  
 
Meals : B, L, D


Day 12: Xian 
The Terracotta Warriors and Horses unearthed near Xian is thought to be one of the great wonders of China and of the world. Drive through highway back to downtown to a decent restaurant to have well prepared food instead of the mass produced food around the site. Have a visit to the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and the City Wall in the afternoon. In the evening you will be entertained by the marvelous Tang Dynasty Dinner Show in Tang Dynasty Palace.
 
 Hotel : Sheraton Xian Hotel  
 
Meals : B, L, D


Day 13: Xian  

Continue the city tours to visit the Provincial History Museum, the Great Mosque and a local family. Have some free time to walk around the Bazaar near the Mosque. The a la carte lunch is served at a fine local famous restaurant.

 Hotel : Sheraton Xian Hotel  
 
Meals : B, L


Day 14: Xian Lhasa 
Xian city tours will be wrapped up after the visit to the Hanyangling Museum, the Mausoleum of Western Han Emperor Liu Qi. Leave for Lhasa by flight, which is the capital city of mysterious Tibet with the altitude of 3,650 meters above the sea level. In order to left sometime for you to acclimatize yourselves to the high altitude, no escorted tours are scheduled in the afternoon. The a la carte dinner will be arranged for you at one of the local best restaurants.

 Hotel : Lhasa Hotel  - former Holiday Inn Hotel
 Meals : B, L, D


Day 15: Lhasa 
The whole day Lhasa safaris will cover the magnificent Potala Palace, the Sera Monastery, the Norbulingka Park. Dinner is served at the hotel.
 
 Hotel : Lhasa Hotel  - former Holiday Inn Hotel
 Meals : B, L, D


Day 16: Lhasa 
Lhasa city tours continue to the Jokhang Temple, the thriving bazaar at the Barkhor Street, the Tibetan Traditional Medicine Hospital, the Tibet Museum and the Carpet Factory. Enjoy your dinner at the hotel.

 Hotel : Lhasa Hotel  - former Holiday Inn Hotel
 Meals : B, L, D


Day 17: Lhasa Beijing 
After have close touch with local residents by visit to a Tibetan family, head for Beijing by flight. Be met upon arrival and transfer to the well-selected hotel. 

 Hotel : Crowne Plaza
 
Meals : B, L


Day 18: Beijing 
Today's delightful highlights cover the Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven. You will be served Beijing Duck for dinner at a famous restaurant, followed by a lively Peking Opera performance at the Liyuan Theatre.

 Hotel : Crowne Plaza
 Meals : B, L, D


Day 19: Beijing 
One of the most important activities for the entire Beijing Travel is the brief hiking at the Great Wall, Badaling section. Sichuan food is arranged for lunch at a nice restaurant after a short drive. Continue the visit to the Sacred Way and the Ming Tomb in the afternoon. The a la carte dinner is served at a famous Cantonese cuisine restaurant in the Wangfujing area.

 Hotel : Crowne Plaza
 Meals : B, L, D


Day 20: Beijing/Exit  
Have a visit to the Royal Summer Palace before your guide seeing you off at the airport. 

 Meals : B



Tour Prices (based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group size
Season
2-5 travelers 6-9 travelers 10 travelers & above
High season Double Occupancy $4282.00 $3782.00 $3482.00
Sole Occupancy $5652.00 $5152.00 $4772.00
Low season Double Occupancy $4132.00 $3632.00 $3342.00
Sole Occupancy $5392.00 $4882.00 $4522.00
Remark : Quotations listed are valid excluding the periods of F1 Grand Prix and Dec 01 to Dec 15 staying in Shanghai; Electronic Manufacturer Exposition China and F1 Grand Prix staying in Suzhou; Aug 25 to Sep 15 staying in Xian; Aug 01 to Aug 31 staying in Lhasa; Olympic Games staying in Beijing.

The above private guided tour is tailored for you, your family or your friends exclusively. No other participants will be in your group. In other words, others will not join in your tour and you will not take part into any tours of others on our land services.


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