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Hong kong-Shanghai-Beijing train tour

Tour code: HK 008
Duration: 7 days
Route: Hong Kong, Macao, Shanghai, Beijing
Attractions: China is a time capsule: ancient cultures and modern miracles in eight short days. The mysteries of the Bund, Nanjing Road, the Oriental TV Tower, Great Wall, Forbidden City, and Summer Palace are there to be discovered along side the amazing New China in Shanghai and Beijing.



Day 1 Arrive / Hong Kong
Pickup at Hong Kong airport by local tour guide and transferred to the hotel. Free time for the rest of the day.


Day 2 Hong Kong / Macao / Hong Kong (B)
Transfer via: shuttle boat 
Macao city tour, visit the Ruin's of St. Paul, Penha Hill, Barrier Gate, Kum Iam Temple and Casino.


Macao: A Heritage of Two Cultures: The hand-over in 1999 signaled the surrender of the final piece of Asian soil under European colonial control. The Chinese government has promised to allow Macau to continue as it was before under the "one country two systems" policy. 


Day 3 Hong Kong / Shanghai (B,L)
Transfer via: by evening flight 
HONG KONG ISLAND TOUR to Victoria Peak, Aberdeen, Repulse Bay. Transferred to HK airport for the flight to Shanghai. Upon Arriving at Shanghai, be met and transferred to your hotel with private vehicle & tour guide.


Victoria Peak: The Peak is Hong kong's number one tourist destination. It features the city's of oldest mode transport, the 112-year old Peak Tram and Hong Kong's most unusual building and icon, The Peak Tower. It combine shopping, restaurants, and entertainment.


Aberdeen: Aberdeen Harbor is home of hundreds of people living on fishing junks. Take sampan ride to get a close-up look at this unusual way of life.


Repulse Bay: Primarily an exclusive residential area, Repulse Bay has a relaxed, resort-like atmosphere. The wide beach is popular with residents and great for sandy strolls. It features statues of Kwun Yum and Tin Hau, both protectors of fishermen.


Day 4 Shanghai / Beijing (B,L)
Transfer via: by overnight train for soft sleeper
Morning tour to Yu Garden, Yu Market, Shanghai Museum, the Bund, Nanjing Road, the Oriental TV Tower. Transferred to Shanghai railway station for the train to Beijing. Stay overnight on the train.


Yu Garden: It is characteristic of the architectural style of the Ming Dynasty and it used to be a private garden with 400 years' history. Infront of the garden, there is a market called Yu Market.


The Bund: the former foreign settlement, ranged along with imposing buildings of the colonial period. 


Shanghai Museum: The biggest museum in China, with a collection of over 120,000 pieces of Chinese art & cultural relics. The museum is especially famous for its treasures of bronzes, ceramics, paintings, and calligraphy.


Day 5 Beijing (B,L)
Pickup from Beijing train station and transferred to take your breakfast. Visit TianAnMen Square, Forbbiden City, Summer Palace. Watch Beijing Opera in the evening.


Tian'anmen Square, the symbolical heart of China and gathering place for the masses. It is the biggest public square in the world, which can hold one million people. Having a free walk there, imagining the great historic events of the 20th century took place there. You will also see legendary landmarks including the Great Hall of the People and the towering 125 foot granite obelisk, Monument to the Peoples Heroes, honoring those who died in revolution.


Walking across the Golden River Bridge, enter the Forbidden City, the inner sanctum and palace where for centuries Chinese emperors ruled their world. It has 9000-room maze of courtyards, places, and ceremonial halls, where 24 emperors used to live. Forbidden City was indeed a forbidden place, where commoners were kept out for nearly 500 years in the past. Tour the palace and imagine the mystery, intrigue and incredible power that reigned here.


Summer Palace is the largest and best-preserved royal garden in China with a history of over 800 years. With its cool features - water, gardens and hills, it was the palace of choice for vacationing emperors and Dowager Empresses. It was badly damaged by Anglo-French troops during the Second Opium War (1860) and its restoration became a pet project of Empress Dowager Cixi, the last of the Qing dynasty rulers.


Day 6 Beijing (B,L)
Great Wall tour at Badaling section, Ming Tombs (changling) and Sacred Road.


The Great Wall of China is the longest structure ever built. It is about 4,000 miles long, and it was built entirely by hand. About 1, 200 - 1, 500 miles of the Great Wall were built during the reign of Emperor Shi Huangdi (Qin Dynasty). The Great Wall crosses northern China from the east coast to the central part of China.


Visit The Ming Tombs, the resting places of thirteen emperors and their splendid treasures, passing down the Spirit Way, a road lined with statues of dignitaries, as well as huge elephants, lions, camels and horses, you will encounter the marble tombs of the Ming Dynasty emperors. Visit one of the spectacular tombs- Dingling featuring an underground palace.  


Day 7 Beijing / Depart (B,L)
Transfer via: by air-own arrangement
Visit the Temple of Heaven, Hutong Tour by rickshaw. Transferred to Beijing airport for your flight to your sweet home.


Temple of Heaven was built in the 15th century, a sacred site for ancient Beijing, where the emperor and his 1000 member entourage would retreat twice a year for religious ritual. Surrounded by enormous grounds designed in accordance with fengshshui, the Temple complex consists of the Celebrated Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, a unique wooden and blue-tiled structure built without a nail. It is considered the supreme achievement of traditional Chinese architecture.


A jaunt down the intricate maze of Beijing's hutongs: The old narrow paths where common people lived. All the Hutongs crisscross with each other, dotted with the Kindergarten, the Bell Tower, the Drum Tower, the Tea House, the lake, House of Gong Infante and local people's houses among them.


You will be taken by pedicab (a tricycle cab), which was very popular in the old days to visit the Bell and Drum Towers, Prince Gong's Mansion and even to pay a visit to an ordinary Beijing family in the compound houses.


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