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Dazzling Beijing, Xian and Shanghai 07 Nights / 08 Days

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China is a vast country with rich tourism resource. China is one of four civilized ancient countries. Owing to its history and natural landscape, China boasts many tourists attractions ranging from historical and cultural sites to spectacular scenery, exotic culture and the buzz of activities. From the overwhelming Forbidden City and world-renowned Great Wall in Beijing to prosperous Bund in metropolitan Shanghai,are all what you can not miss in a fantastic Browse while on visit to China.

Day 1
India-Beijing by International Flight (No Meal)

From India fly down to China in an International Flight. Upon arrival at Beijing Capital Int’l Airport, meet English Speaking Airport representative who would escort you to the Hotel. Settle down and relax for the day so that during the evening you can watch the "The Flying Acrobatic Show". The show is hosted by Chaoyang Theater and is performed by highly-trained Chinese acrobats & circus performers Spend the rest of the evening at your own leisure strolling down the streets of this enormous city. Spend overnight in the comfort of your bed at the hotel in Beijing.

Day 2
Explore Beijing (Meals: Breakfast and Indian Dinner)

Have your breakfast and proceed for exploration of Beijing at 10 hours. The city tour will start with a visit to Summer Palace which is one of the the largest and best preserved of all the imperial palace gardens and exhibits delights such as the “Marble Boat” and the elegantly painted “Long Corridor”.

Then make your way towards the heart of the city to explore the biggest square of the world- The Tian'anmen Square. Then drive towards the Forbidden City which was once the imperial palace of twenty-four emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties.

Later in the noon, far away from the hustle and bustle of the city life you will be taken for the Hutong tour or rickshaw tour in Shichahai. In the pre arranged tour you will be taken around existent hutongs either on a rickshaw or on foot. The tour will let you learn Beijing folk arts, eat home cooked lunch and interact with the local people.

In recent past it has emerged as one of the sought out destinations of Beijing to enjoy nightlife as so many popular restaurants, bars, and cafes are located in this area. This is the reason why this area is so popular with foreign tourists visiting Beijing. Often it is visited by the expatriate community and younger locals. Towards the evening make your camera ready to click pictures of the famous Chinese Kung Fu show. Show Time:5:15-6:35 pm and 7:15-8:35 pm Daily.

Later somewhere around 21hours you will be taken to Indian Restaurant for a delicious dinner. As the day retires get back to hotel.

Day 3
Discover the Best of Beijing (Meals: Breakfast, Chinese Lunch and Indian Dinner)

Treat your taste buds with mouthwatering breakfast and set out for a tour that will let you visit the Best of Beijing. The first stop for the day is Jade Factory a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also a massive defensive Structure built to keep off intrusion. Later head towardsJuyong Pass which ranks the first in the three impregnable passes along the Great Wall. While on the tour under the guidance of an expert from outside visit Water Cube- one of the most exciting sporting venues constructed for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. Later open up your senses to visit Bird’s Nest also known as Olympic National Stadium. It is considered as the  the world's largest steel structure but the most complex stadium ever constructed.

Day 4
Beijing-Xian by Domestic Flight (Breakfast and Indian Dinner)

Post breakfast early in the morning you will be transferred to airport to board a domestic flight to Xian. Upon arrival at Xian, meet representative who would escort you to the Hotel. Settle down and relax for sometime. Then somewhere around 12 hours depart from the hotel to kick-start the city tour.

The first tourist spot included in the itinerary is Big Wild Goose Pagoda commonly known as Giant Wild Goose Pagoda- symbol of the old-line Xian. The well preserved ancient building is a holy place of worship for the Buddhists. En route visit the next destination from outside: the famous Bell and Drum tower- a classical building with carved beams and painted rafters.

Its time to do some shopping. So for that visit The Muslim Bazaar famous for its pavement made of blue stones. The market is dotted with many unique stall, souvenir shop, café and bars which are mostly run by Muslim people.

Tang Dynasty show-the ancient Chinese dance and musical show is optional.

Before retiring back to the hotel to spend overnight, at around 21 hours proceed to dine in at Indian restaurant.

Day 5
Day tour of Xian (Breakfast and Indian Dinner)

Post breakfast at around 10 hours embark on a city tour of Xian. The city tour will begin with a visit to Terra Cotta Warriors- most significant archaeological excavations. Those who happen to see the terra-cotta warriors in China come away awestruck. Altogether over 7,000 pottery soldiers, horses, chariots and even weapons have been unearthed.

Right following the trip to Terracotta warriors head to Ceramic Shop one of the most interesting shopping place as there you can come across own models of Terracotta Warriors. Xian is shoppers paradise as there are many large shopping centers and supermarkets

Later head to explore Shaanxi History Museum also known as “the pearl of ancient dynasties and house of Chinese treasures”. There are somewhere around 400,000 items on display which belongs to many Dynasties, including some magnificent bronzes and porcelain.

Dine at Indian restaurant before heading to hotel to spend overnight.

Day 6
Xian-Shanghai by Domestic Flight (Breakfast and Indian Dinner)

Post breakfast early in the morning you will be transferred to airport to board a domestic flight to Shanghai. Upon arrival at Shanghai, meet representative who would escort you to the Hotel. Settle down and relax for sometime. Then somewhere around 12 hours depart from the hotel to kick-start the city tour.

The tour of Shanghai begins with a visit to Waima Wharf Silk Exhibition Hall which is one of biggest center and houses silk museum. Silk museum is a popular quick stop for shopaholics who wish to learn about China's favorite fabric: silk. Watch as it goes from cocoon to duvet and then buy away.

Later head to largest museum of ancient Chinese art i.e. Shanghai Museum which has a perfect collection of cultural items such as ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy. Towards the evening, head towards Nanjing Road  the main shopping street of Shanghai and one of the world's busiest shopping streets to purchase some goodies only after haggling over price.

Get yourself clicked with all your favorite actor and actresses at Shanghai Madame Tussauds wax museum. Then make your way towards the splendid old Yuyuan Garden from outside which looks like look nine zig zag bridge with golden fish pond, bridges and pavilions. Then step onto elegant streets of Yu Market which is Old City God's Temple and a major yet relatively inactive Taoist temple in Shanghai.

Later in the evening at around 19 hours visit Xintiandi located in the heart of Shanghai city. Its an urban attraction that holds the historical and cultural legacies of the city. The market place is dotted with several book stores, cafes and restaurants and shopping malls with both outdoor and indoor seating.

The nightlife of Xintiandi on weekdays and weekends is beyond comparison as romantic settings are more common than loud music and dance places. It is considered as one of the first lifestyle centers in China.

Later at 21 hours make way towards Indian restaurant for dinner and then get back to hotel at around 22 hours 30 minutes to spend overnight.

Day 7
Visit the left-over Shanghai (Breakfast and Indian Dinner)

Post breakfast embark on a journey to explore China’s capital.. Shanghai. First visit the Jade Buddha Temple- the active Buddhist monasteries. It is One of Shànghǎi’s famous old Buddhist Temple. Later spend time at lesiure while walking down the streets of the busiest Taobao Market

Post lunch say around you will be taken to Shanghai Aquarium which operates daily from 9hours to 18 hours. During the peak seasons it gets extended to late evening. It is the only area in the world which has a separate place to exhibit endangered Chinese aquatic animals. Later in the evening before embarking on Hunagpu River Cruise explore the Bund and visit the 2nd level of the Oriental Pearl TV tower.

Day 8
Travel back to India(Breakfast)

Enjoy the breakfast at the hotel and spend the remaining time at your own pace exploring the capital of China. In the noon, board Magley Train to transfer to Pudong airport to board the flight back to India.

  • Visa Fee
  • Arrival/departure transfer /sightseeing using Air-conditioned Coach on private basis;
  • Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast in Standard category rooms for 6 Nights;
  • Daily Breakfast at hotel + 1 Chinese Lunch + 6 Indian dinner;
  • Huangpu River Cruise in Shanghai;
  • Accompanying professional English-speaking Guide
  • All Entrance Fee mentioned in itinerary, first gate entrance;
  • Sightseeing as per itinerary
  • Tip for driver and guide;
  • No refund for un-used tours, rooms, meals, free gift package and transfer service.
  • Any other services that is not shown in the inclusion above
  • Any items of personal nature like telephone, beverages, laundry etc. which are not mentioned above are not included in the services.
  • Govt Service Tax(3.61%) Extra.