• The most comprehensive China tour with the best quality-price ratio;
• International round-trip flights;
• Intra-China transportation (air, cruise, coach, high-speed train);
• 4-night Yangtze River cruise in veranda stateroom on deluxe ship;
• 5-star hotel accommodation throughout (based on double occupancy);
• 45 meals in total (18 breakfasts, 16 lunches and 11 dinners) throughout the tour including the featuring regional specialties;
• Visit 6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites;
• All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows listed unless otherwise stated;
• Service charge for all tour guides, bus drivers and hotel porter fees (except Hong Kong);
• English speaking guide;
• Taxes and fuel surcharges.
6 UNESCO World Heritage Sites:
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The following meals are included: B = Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner
Day 1: Canada – stops – Beijing
Departure for Beijing on overnight international flight.
Day 2: Beijing
Arrive at the airport of Beijing, welcomed by your tour guide and transfer to hotel. Refresh and relax at leisure.
Hotel: Beijing Lijingwan International Hotel or similar (5 stars)
Day 3: Beijing (B L D)
After breakfast, visit the Tiananmen Square, then enter the imperial-red walls of the ornate Forbidden City, the emperor’s palace – off limits to commoners for centuries. You will also visit the Temple of Heaven. Think of the processions of incense-bearing priest at the Temple of Heaven, where the emperor went to humble himself in prayer to guarantee realm’s good harvest.
Day 4: Beijing (B L)
Enjoy your day excursion to the ancient Great Wall, originally built as protection from the Huns and other Nomadic tribes and never completely fulfilled its purpose.
Optional tour (approximately 5 hours): dinner + night tour in Beijing, CAD40 p.p.
Day 5: Beijing – Xi’an (Flight) (B L)
Visit the Summer Palace, the Imperial Garden in the Qing Dynasty, then take a rickshaw to visit the old Beijing Hutong. Fly to Xi'an and transfer to hotel.
Hotel: Holiday Inn Xi'an Big Goose Pagoda or similar
Day 6: Xi’an (B L)
Spend a thrilling day to explore the excavation site of Xi’an Terra-Cotta Army held more than 8000 soldiers. Each soldier appears to have his own individual personality and many equipped with chariots and horses.
Optional tour: Tang Dynasty Dancing Show along with a Dumpling Banquet in the evening, CAD 70 p.p.
Day 7: Xi’an – Chongqing (Flight) (B L D)
After breakfast, depart for flight to Chongqing. Visit the Chongqing Zoo (panda), followed by a visit to the Ciqikou old town, situated on the bank of the Jia Ling River, not far from the west of Chongqing Municipality. It's an old town famous for its production of porcelain.
Hotel: Sofitel Forebase Chongqing Hotel (5 stars) or similar
Day 8:Chongqing – Cruise (B L D)
After breakfast, free time. Embark on the cruise after lunch. Cruise: Sinorama Gold 3 (5 stars)
Day 9: Yangtze River Cruise – Shibaozhai (B L D)
Excursion: Shibaozhai, literally “Precious Stone Fortress” is a hill along the bank of the Yangtze River. On the river side of the hill is a red pavilion of nine floors which leans against the side of the hill providing a walkway to the temple at the top of the hill. Captain welcome party.
Day 10: Yangtze River Cruise – Three Gorges (B L D)
Excursion: Embark on smaller boats to enjoy a closer encounter of the beauty of the Three Gorges. Continue to Gorge Wu and Gorge Qutang.
Day 11: Yangtze River Cruise – Three Gorges Dam (B L D)
Excursion: Three Gorges Dam – the world’s largest hydroelectricity project. Passage of the Three Gorges Dam and the 5–stage Ship Lock. Captain’s Farewell Dinner.
Day 12: Yangtze River Cruise – Jingzhou – Wuhan (coach) (B L D)
Disembark at Jingzhou, a city located on the banks of the Yangtze River with 6000 years history gave birth to the culture of “Chu”. City tour in Jingzhou then transfer to Wuhan and rest up in hotel.
Hotel: Wuhan Howard Johnson Pearl Plaza Hotel (5 stars) or similar
Day 13: Wuhan – Shanghai (Flight) (B L D)
After breakfast, transfer to the airport of Wuhan and then fly to Shanghai. Free time in Shanghai.
Hotel: Wyndham Bund East Shanghai (5 stars) or similar
Day 14: Shanghai (B L)
First visit the Shanghai Museum, then you will have free time to shop at Nanjing Road where there are plenty of large stores and boutiques. Then visit the bund, where you can experience the modernity of Shanghai.
Optional tour: dinner + an exciting Acrobatics Show, CAD 40 P.P.
Day 15 Shanghai – Guilin (flight) – Yangshuo (Coach) (B L D)
After breakfast, fly to Guilin by air then transfer to Yangshuo by coach. Yangshuo is a famous village in China. Enjoy the excellent show “Impression Liu San Jie” (CAD60 p.p.. Any payment made after departure, the price will be RMB400 p.p.).
Hotel: Yangshuo Jasper International Hotel (5 stars)or similar
Day 16 Yangshuo – Guilin (B L D)
Visit in Yangshuo, Bamboo raft on River Li and visit the beautiful countryside of Yangshuo. Transfer back to Guilin by coach, city tour and rest up in hotel.
Hotel: Guilin Grand link Hotel (5 stars) or similar
Day 17 Guilin – Guangzhou (High-SpeedTrain) – Zhongshan (Coach) (B L D)
Transfer to Guangzhou by high-speed train. Upon arrival, visit the ancestral temple of the Chen family and transfer to Zhongshan city.
Hotel: Zhongshan Sheraton Hotel (5 stars) or similar
Day 18 Zhongshan – Zhuhai – Macau – Hong Kong (B L)
After breakfast, transfer to Macau via Zhuhai, city tour in Macau including Historic Centre. Take ferry to Hong Kong and then free at leisure.
Hotel: Hong Kong Nina Tower Hotel (5 stars) or similar
Day 19 Hong Kong (B)
The whole day activities will be arranged fully on your own. Optional City Tour (CAD100 p.p. price applicable for payment before departure, any payment made after departure, the price is HK $800 p.p.) is recommended to experience the beautiful Hong Kong Island. Then spend the afternoon in exploring Hong Kong as a shopping paradise.
Day 20 Hong Kong – stops – Canada (B)
Transfer to Hong Kong International Airport and fly back to your sweet home. End of trip.
* Airport meet & greet transfers included when the whole tour package is purchased from Sinorama.
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Price valid until August 01 2017
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* Top 5-star hotels accommodation(see below);
* Small group (maximum 20 passengers per group);
* Dinner in 5-star hotel (except local specialties and flight meals);
* Dinner on cruise in VIP restaurant;
* Local specialties & shows included: Beijing Roast Duck(Day 3), Tang Dynasty Dance Show & Dumpling Banquet , and Shanghai Acrobatics Show);
* Daily drinks on coach(1 bottle of water or 1 can of beer p.p.);
* Free Wifi on coach.
Price: +$1,500 CAD p.p.;
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Beijing: Westin or JW Marriott Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Xi’ an: Shangri-La Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Wuhan: Shangri-La or Wanda Reign hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Chongqing: Westin or Sheraton Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Shanghai: Westin Bund or Ritz-Carlton (Top 5 stars) or similar
Yangshuo: Green Lotus or Yangshuo Resort Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Guilin: Shangri-La or Grand Bravo Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Zhuhai: Chimelong Hengqin Bay Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
Hong Kong: Hyatt Regency or Sheraton Hotel (Top 5 stars) or similar
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Lijingwan International Hotel features numerous recreation options include hot tub, indoor pool and massage treatments. It has free parking and classy, European-style rooms with free wired internet. Sihui subway station is a 10-minute drive away.
Lijingwan Hotel is 3 miles from Beijing International Trade Center and a 5-minute drive from Honglingjin Park. The Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square in the center of the city is a 30-minute drive away.
Refreshing workouts await at the well-equipped fitness center. After a day of activity, enjoy soothing massages and the use of sauna facilities. Guests can also play pool and ping-pong on site. Car rentals, day trips and ticket services can be arranged at the tour desk.
Decorated in pleasant neutral shades, all rooms have modern interiors, a minibar and ironing facilities. The spacious bathrooms have both a bathtub and shower facilities.
A fine selection of Chinese, Western and Japanese cuisine can be enjoyed at the hotel's 3 restaurants.
Chaoyang is a great choice for travelers interested in history, shopping andfood.
Let Holiday Inn Xi’an Big Goose Pagoda be your sanctuary away from home for your next visit to Xi’an.
Conveniently located at South 2nd Ring Road and 40 kms from Xi’an Xianyang Airport, we are close to Changan University and Xiaozhai shopping district. Commute easily to other parts of the city with the nearby Sport Center Subway Station or taxis are readily available in the district.
Holiday Inn Xi’an Big Goose Pagoda guestrooms all feature flat-screen televisions, satellite channels, work desks with ergonomic seats and high-speed Internet access. Let our Business Center support all your secretarial needs with print, fax, copy, email and IT services. Host your events in our 6 meeting rooms and 2 ballrooms including our grand ballroom which seats 360 guests (banquet-style) comfortably. Holiday Inn Xi’An Big Goose Pagoda banquets team can also customize our facilities to suit your event’s needs, whether it is a boardroom meeting, intimate champagne reception or grand wedding dinner.
Renew your body with a workout or swim in Holiday Inn Xi’an Big Goose Pagoda’s modern 700m2 Fitness Center or relax with a massage in our tranquil Spa. Indulge your appetite in our master chef’s finest creations at restaurant name or in our all-day dining and room service. Treat yourself to an afternoon tea or evening cocktail at bar.
Make Holiday Inn Xi’an Big Goose Pagoda your first choice in your next trip to Xi’an.
Howard Johnson Pearl Plaza Hotel is conveniently located in Wuhan for both business travelers and tourists alike. The airport is 45 minutes from the hotel while the railway station is less than half an hour away. A trip to the Guiyuan Temple is a must as this is where Buddhists from the world over come to pay their respects. For tourists, there are more attractions such as Donghu Lake, Huanghelou, and the Baotong Temple. At the hotel, guests will be sure to enjoy the European breakfast as they are well known for their delicious and large portions.
All rooms are equipped with luxury facilities including telephones, high speed broadband access, IDD telephones with voice mail in Chinese and English, in-room safe, satellite TV, individually controlled air-conditioning, double glazed windows with fresh air ventilator, electronic weight, hair dryer, mini-bar and coffee / tea facility. Most of the 393 elegantly appointed rooms and suites offer stunning panoramic views of the famous Yangtze River.
Wyndham Bund East Shanghai is located in 25 Ningguo Road, Yangpu District and overlooks the Huangpu River. There are 482 deluxe rooms and suites. It is 100 meters high and stands shoulder to shoulder with the Yangpu Bridge. Looking out from our Executive Lounge, one can overlook at the famous Yangpu Bridge—the world’s fourth largest cable-stayed bridge. Staying with us allows you to enjoy the modern style of new Shanghai as well as the nostalgic customs of old Shanghai. The total area of the hotel is nearly 60,000 square meters. Most importantly, either in terms of area or decoration style, our pillar less Grand Ballroom is the biggest and takes the lead in the Yangpu district.
Wyndham Bund East Shanghai has 482 guest rooms with elaborate design and elegant style, among which 28 are deluxe suites. In consideration of the demand of business and traveling guests, each guest room is extremely advanced, elegant and comfortable in its decoration, facilities and equipment. Most of the rooms look upon the Bund and the Huangpu River; overlooking by the window, one can sense the beautiful and enchanting night scene of the metropolis, which tells you the story of both the old and new Shanghai. The hotel is equipped with non-smoking and Executive Floor, so as to satisfy the demands of our various business and traveling guests.
Yangshuo Jasper International Hotel has excellent road connections to all adjacent areas and leads efficiently to the Guangzhou Expressway. It is set up on nearly 3,000 square meters of land and waterscaped gardens complete with clubs,teahouses, badminton halls,table tennis halls,swimming pools,tennis courts,gymnasium and many other supporting facilities. The 400 luxury rooms come in a variety of styles and types and all are highly comfortable. Large hotel car park can be parked at the same time about 100 vehicles. The very famous "Impression Liu Sanjie" water venue is only 300 meters away, along with the Lijiang River and the Shutong Hill across the mountains.
Built in 1987, Guilin Grand Link Hotel is a distinct addition to Guilin and a smart choice for travelers. Only 2 Km from the city center, the hotel's strategic location ensures that guests can quickly and easily reach many local points of interest. A haven of rest and relaxation, the hotel will offer total renewal just steps away from the city's numerous attractions such as Xiaodongjiang River, Camel Peak Monument, Flower Bridge.
Guilin Grand Link Hotel also offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Guilin. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are car hire, executive floor, coffee shop, concierge, elevator.
The ambiance of Guilin Grand Link Hotel is reflected in every guestroom. mini bar, interconnecting room(s) available, alarm clock, bathtub, non smoking rooms are just some of the facilities that can be found throughout the property. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Superb facilities and an excellent location make the Guilin Grand Link Hotel the perfect base from which to enjoy your stay in Guilin.
Sheraton Zhongshan Hotel is an exciting new hotel conveniently located in a complex that contains dining, entertainment, and retail shopping in the city's central business district. Ideal for both business and leisure travelers, it is within walking distance of commercial buildings, Zhongshan's famous pedestrian street and shopping bazaars. It is also just 75 minutes by ferry from Hong Kong and a two-hour drive from Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, and Macau.
Make yourself at home in our 362 extra large guest rooms, including 44 suites, each thoughtfully appointed with the comfy Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Bed to ensure a restful night's sleep. Additional facilities include a fully-equipped health club, full service spa, and almost 2250 square meters of meeting space with 12 separate meeting rooms. Two restaurants are offered, including an all-day dining eatery and a Chinese restaurant. Our comfortable lobby bar will be a great place to relax.
Hong Kong, the Pearl of the Orient, has been
shining for decades. L'hotel Nina et
Convention Centre, a spectacular landmark
hotel, is ready to participate together with
the best of the best in the phenomenal of
growth and prosperity. 1589 deluxe guest
rooms (36 sq m) with 5 star quality,
beautiful seaview/city view are located in
two towers connected by a glass-bottomed
Skybridge. Friendly and attentive service
throughout will enhance your experience of
being in a landmark hotel.
International Buffet Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner is served in The Circles on the 9th Floor Podium. The Fine Dining Chinese Restaurant on the 7th floor offers Cantonese style delicate mouth watering dishes.
Chinese Food Features
Beijing Roast Duck:
Xi'an Dumpling Banquet
Shopping in China
5. Green Tea
Beijing Sightseeing Tour
Shanghai Sightseeing Tour
10 minutes make you know about China
Sinorama Gold 8
China beautiful scenery
Beautiful Scenery in Guangxi
Name: Yangtze Gold Cruise No.3
Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ plus
Owned by: Chongqing Changjiang Golden Cruises Inc.
Speed: 26 KM/H
Gross Tonnage: (T)17000
Air conditioning: Central Controled
Deluxe Cabin A
Deluxe Cabin B
Deluxe Cabin C
Beijing opera or Peking opera (simplified Chinese: 京剧; traditional Chinese: 京劇; pinyin: Jīngjù) is a form of traditional Chinese theatre which combines music, vocal performance, mime, dance and acrobatics. It arose in the late 18th century and became fully developed and recognized by the mid-19th century. The form was extremely popular in the Qing Dynasty court and has come to be regarded as one of the cultural treasures of China. Major performance troupes are based in Beijing and Tianjin in the north, and Shanghai in the south. The art form is also enjoyed in Taiwan, where it is known as Guoju (國劇; pinyin: Guójù). It has also spread to other countries such as the United States and Japan.
Beijing opera features four main types of [performers]. Performing troupes often have several of each variety, as well as numerous secondary and tertiary performers. With their elaborate and colorful costumes, performers are the only focal points on Beijing opera's characteristically sparse stage. They utilize the skills of speech, song, dance, and combat in movements that are symbolic and suggestive, rather than realistic. Above all else, the skill of performers is evaluated according to the beauty of their movements. Performers also adhere to a variety of stylistic conventions that help audiences navigate the plot of the production. The layers of meaning within each movement must be expressed in time with music. The music of Beijing opera can be divided into the Xipi and Erhuang styles. Melodies include arias, fixed-tune melodies, and percussion patterns. The repertoire of Beijing opera includes over 1,400 works, which are based on Chinese history, folklore, and increasingly, contemporary life.
The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show, a wonderful performance of the ancient music and dance, is a must when you visit Xian. The city, which was formerly known as Chang'an has a very long history, and was the imperial capital during 13 dynastic periods. Of these, the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) was the most prosperous and glorious of all. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show is an outstanding exponent of this ancient stable and prosperous society, keeping alive its splendid culture and providing an insight into the peaceful life style of the period.
As an art form, the show has its roots in folk fetes, when dances were first performed by people as part of rituals of prayer for a good harvest or a better life. Over thousands of years, the dances developed from a few simple postures or gestures to become delicate and artistic reaching a peak during the Tang Dynasty. Unlike some other regimes, the Tang was open to outside influences and was willing to take in the best of various art forms of not only the past dynasties but also the ethnic groups in the northwestern China as well as central and western Asia. Thus a wide range sqr-thu10mb-captionof unusual oriental musical instruments, many techniques such as painting, sculpting, pattern and costume design, cuisine and dining etiquette, singing and dancing was accepted by the Chinese, paving the way for the kind of entertainment that is now the Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show. By combining poetry with the skilled playing of musical instruments, singing, dancing and also stunning costumes, the modern presentation is certain to give you an impressive view of ancient China including its splendid history, brilliant arts, distinct traditions and customs.
Acrobatics is an interactive art form. Everyone, young or old, educated or not, can easily appreciate it while watching or seeing the acrobats perform. There is no language barrier and borders of culture do not limit it.
Chinese Acrobatics is one of the oldest performing arts. Its history can be traced back to Neolithic times. It is believed that acrobatics grew out of labor and self-defense skills, which people practiced and demonstrated during their leisure time. The early performance is "walking on three-meter-high stilts while juggling seven gaggers". Then it developed into an entire art form.
Together with the developing economy, acrobatics is also evolving into a kind of performing art. It became well known worldwide while performances are presented along the Silk Road. In Europe and North America, Chinese acrobatic performances always attract large audiences.
The acrobatic performers were trained strictly the basic skills starting from the early age of six or seven years old. Because the required techniques are extremely difficult and risky, the training is long, hard and intense. Examples of basic skills are handsprings, somersaults, waist and leg flexibility, and headstands. The performers must endure great deal of unexpected pains in order to become excellent.
This is a totally different performance from the conventional form.The theater is the nature itself.The sceneries of the four seasons are changing,the weather is changing,so does the performance is changing to match up with the changeable nature.In this stage,only the half of the performance is created by man,and the other half is belonged to the mysterious nature.
If it were raining during the performance,you can put on the raincoat that we prepare for you,if you came here in the hot summer, you have to take the anti-mosquito spray with you,if there were flood,half of the auditorium probably could be under the water, and if there were thunderstorm,the performance could be ceased.This is our performance—a performance interacting with the nature.