Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Beijing: Arrive at Beijing International airport, transfer and check in at hotel.
Day 2 – Beijing (B L D): After breakfast, visit the biggest square in the world, Tiananmen Square, the location of many important events in Chinese history. Then visit the Forbidden City, the Winter Residence of the Ming and Qing Emperors. After a photo stop at the National Grand Theatre, pause for lunch, followed by a tea-tasting session, then explore the Hutong, Beijing’s ancient alleyways, by rickshaw. Continue visit to the Summer Palace, a masterpiece of Chinese landscape and garden design. Conclude with a visit to Silk City. After dinner, watch a world-renowned Chinese Acrobatic Show.
Day 3 – Beijing (B L D): After breakfast, visit one of the largest jade shops in China. Then, visit the greatest Wonder of the World – the Great Wall of China, built by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. After lunch, visit the Ming Tombs and Bao Shu Tang. After dinner, free & easy shopping time at Wangfujing Night Market and the chance to sample local snacks at Donghua Gate Food Street.
Day 4 – Beijing – Tianjin – Beijing (B L D): Take a scenic bus ride to the historic city of Tianjin to visit its two most famous streets – Food St. and Cultural St. Return to Beijing by train then unwind with local royal foot massage followed by a visit to a pearl processing factory.
Day 5 – Beijing – Chengde (B L D): After breakfast, visit Dongbianmen Watchtower and the old commercial quarter of Qianmen Street. Then visit another yet UNESCO World Heritage site – the Temple of Heaven, built in 1420 and used by the Ming & Qing Emperors for annual prayer ceremonies to ensure good harvests. Drop by a sword shop, to learn about Chinese weaponry, then view the exterior of the Beijing National Stadium where the 2008 Summer Olympics were held, followed by the Beijing National Aquatic Centre. Bus ride to Chengde for dinner and overnight.
Day 6 – Chengde – Beijing (B L D): This morning, visit the Imperial Summer Resort where Qing Emperors escaped the summer heat of the capital. Next, visit the Little Potala Palace, a replica of the Potala Palace in Tibet. Return to Beijing by bus.
Day 7 – Beijing – Kuala Lumpur (B L D): After breakfast, shopping at Silk Street Market and Jewellery Mall. After dinner, transfer to Beijing airport for flight back to Kuala Lumpur.
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Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Hangzhou: After arrival (Shanghai or Hangzhou airport), check in to hotel in Hangzhou.
Day 2 – Hangzhou – Suzhou (B L D): After breakfast, take a Cruise on the West Lake and enjoy the beauty of the landscape while listening to the lake’s romantic history. Proceed to Flower Harbor for fish viewing and visit a Longjing Tea Village. After lunch, transfer to Suzhou and enjoy a cruise on the Ou Garden canal. Dinner and overnight in Hangzhou.
Day 3 – Suzhou – Nanjing (B L D): After breakfast, visit the Hanshan Temple and the Panmen Gate (exterior view). Later, visit a silk factory – Suzhou is China’s largest silk production centre. After lunch, proceed to Nanjing to visit the City Wall of Nanjing, one of the most impressive fortifications in Asia, and the amazing double-decker Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge.
Day 4 – Nanjing – Wuxi (B L D): After breakfast, visit Song Mei Ling’s Mausoleum and Xuanwu Lake. After lunch, proceed to Wuxi to visit the 88 metre tall Giant Buddha on Mt. Lingshan, the tallest standing Buddha statue in China. Wuxi is China’s pottery capital thanks to the unique purple clay found locally. A visit to the Purple Clay Tea Pot Museum reveals a treasure house of the potter’s art.
Day 5 – Wuxi – Zhujiajiao Water Village – Shanghai (B L D): After breakfast, visit the Three Kingdom City – the shooting location of the TV series “Romance of The Three Kingdoms” – and Cruise on Tai Lake. Next, visit a pearl factory. After lunch, transfer to Zhujiajiao, the ancient Water Village whose history dates back over 1,700 years. Later, visit the Mausoleum of Song Qingling, the Mother of Modern China, and The Bund, Shanghai’s famous waterfront district. Finish the day with shopping at City God Temple and Shanghai Old Street.
Day 6 – Shanghai – Hangzhou (B L D): After breakfast, visit Nanjing Road, Shanghai’s best-known shopping district. Later, visit the century-old Tong Ren Tang herbal shop and enjoy a traditional foot massage.
Day 7 – Hangzhou – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast, free at leisure until transfer to airport for flight back to Kuala Lumpur.
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Day 1 – Kuala Lumpur – Changsha (D): Upon arrival at Changsha, an ancient city with more than 3000 years of history, proceed for shopping at Huangxing pedestrian shopping street, the largest shopping area in the city.
Day 2 – Changsha – Shaoshan – Fenghuang (B L D): After breakfast, visit Shaoshan, the hometown of great revolutionary leader Mao Zedong. Upon arrival, visit Mao’s former Residence, an ordinary farmhouse built with clay and wood, the Ancestral Temple of the Mao Family and Copper Sculpture Square. Continue to the ancient city of Fenghuang (Phoenix), a beautiful small city famous for its Miao and Tujia minorities, its surrounding mountains and rivers and its ancient architecture. Sightseeing includes Dongmen City Gate Tower, Wanmin Tower, the Rainbow Wind & Rain Bridge, Sand Bay Scenic Area, Hongqiao Arts Building, Beimen City Gate Tower, Tuojiang scenery. After dinner, free to explore the ancient city light a “Wish Lantern” (at your own expense).
Day 3 – Fenghuang – Zhanjiajie – Tianmen Mountain (B L D): Proceed to Zhangjiajie, where “The mist glides across hundreds of towering, sandstone pillars topped by trees before plunging down into the green-swathed ravines below. En-route, visit a distillery to learn about the Chinese wine culture. After that, visit to Tianmen Moutain, including Tianmen Cave and the transparent walkway known as the Glass Plank Road. Continue to Zhangjiajie Forest Park.
Day 4 – Zhangjiajie (B L D): After breakfast, ascend Tianzi Mountain by cable car to view spectacular stone peaks, waterfalls and springs. The sea of clouds, the wave-like stone ranges, the snowscape in the winter and the sunrise are the most spectacular views. Continue to Yuanjiajie, a naturally formed mountain plateau surrounded by higher summits which are divided by deep valleys. View the Mihun Stage and the “No. 1 Bridge in the World”, and descend from the mountain in the Hundred Dragon Elevator Ride, the only cliff sightseeing elevator in the world.
Day 5 – Zhangjiajie (B L D): After breakfast, visit Dragon King Cave, one of the largest and oldest caves in China, known for many natural rock formations. After that, go to Zhangjiajie Forest Park to visit Jinbian Creek, Shuiraosimen and Ten Miles Gallery, a beautiful landscape like a Chinese painting. Enjoy a boat ride at Baofeng Lake, an unusual high gorges lake shaped by surrounding mountains into a narrow strip.
Day 6 – Zhangjiajie – Changsha (B L D): After breakfast, visit Junsheng Painting Institute to view Li Junsheng’s remarkable sandstone paintings. Proceed to Changsha to visit the Embroidery Research Institute, where young craftspeople are schooled in the art of traditional embroidery.
Day 7 – Changsha – Kuala Lumpur (B): After breakfast visit the Xiangjiang River Scenic Belt, then transfer to airport for flight home.
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