12 Nights 13 Days:Beijing/Shanghai/Shenzhen/Hong Kong
Arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport/Beijing Daxing International Airport. Upon your arrival, our guide will meet you and transfer you to the hotel. On the way to the hotel, the guide will tell you interesting stories, and some useful travel information about this city. Then you will check in at hotel.
Beijing is an ancient capital with a history of more than 3,000 years. It is the capital of the People's Republic of China, the political center, the cultural center, the international communication center, and the scientific and technological innovation center. This morning your tour will start from Tian’anmen Square. Tian’anmen Square is in the center of Beijing. It is in East Chang'an Street, 880 meters in the north and 500 meters in the east and west. It is about the size of 61 FIFA football fields and can accommodate around 1 million people to get together. Going through the Tiananmen Gate Tower and the Meridian Gate (Wu Men), you will enter the Forbidden City (Closed on each Monday). The Palace Museum, formerly known as the Forbidden City, is in the center of Beijing's central axis. It is the imperial palace of the 24 emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties in China. It is one of the most preserved ancient wooden structures in the world and was listed as a World Cultural Heritage in 1987. After lunch, you will go to Beijing CBD International Golf Club and play golf for half a day. The Beijing CBD International Golf Club is designed by American design master Brit Stenson. The design and construction level are World Championship level. The TPC course is famous for its large area of water and long and winding sand bunkers. Golfers can see the CBD water surface from the 17 fairways. What’s even more unique is that the club has a putting green on the mid-lake island known as a classic design. Each of the points is designed for the professional competition. Each fairway can allow players to adopt different strategies according to their own level, which is both challenging and fun. You will enjoy one round of 18 holes of golf there and be transferred back to hotel after playing golf.
n the morning you will visit the Temple of Heaven. It is in the south of Beijing, was built in 1420. It was rebuilt in the Qianlong and Guangxu periods of the Qing Dynasty. It is a place to worship the god of heaven and pray for the abundance of grain for the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Then you will learn Tai Chi from a Tai Chi master in the park of Temple of Heaven. After that we will visit Mutianyu Great Wall which is the essence of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty and the longest Great Wall in China. The construction of Mutianyu Great Wall has a unique style. There are dense watchtowers here and rugged passes. There are 3 watchtowers erected at one fortress, 6-7 meters tall, 4-5 meters wide, snakes along 5,000 km through mountains and valleys. It was listed as a World Cultural Heritage in 1987. You also have a chance to experience cable car up and toboggan down.
This morning you will explore the old Hutong and have a visit of a local family. There are about 6074 hutongs in Beijing city. The word "Hutong" was originally transliterated in Mongolian and has a history of more than 700 years. They witnessed the historical and cultural development and evolution of the city. It records the changes of history, the style of the times, and contains a strong cultural atmosphere.Then visit the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace, a royal garden of the Qing Dynasty in China, formerly known as the Qingyi Garden, is in the western suburbs of Beijing, 15 kilometers away from the urban area and adjacent to the Yuanming Garden. Centered on Kunming Lake and Wanshou Mountain, and the model of Hangzhou West Lake, it is a large-scale landscaped garden built from the design techniques of Jiangnan Gardens. And it is the most intact imperial palace and is known as the "Royal Garden Museum". After lunch you will take the estimated flight: CA1549 16:30-18:35 to Shanghai. Your guide will meet and welcome you at the airport and then transfer you to the hotel and check in.
Today, you will first visit Yu Garden (Closed on each Monday). Yu Garden is a Jiangnan classical garden. It was originally a private garden in the Ming Dynasty and has a history of more than 400 years. Then you will have some free time looking around the bazaar area outside the garden. After lunch, you will visit the observatory of Shanghai Tower in the financial center, Lujiazui in the Pudong district. It is currently the tallest building in China and the second tallest building in the world. You will enjoy the panoramic view of Shanghai at the observatory. In evening, you will take a Huangpu River Night Cruise and enjoy the beautiful sunset view on the deck. It says “The best place to enjoy the view of Huangpu river is not on the Bund, but on a cruise”. It is a must-have item for visiting Shanghai. Then you will see the Bund. The Bund is located on the banks of the Huangpu River in Huangpu District. On the Bund stands 52 classical revival buildings of very different styles, known as "Exhibition of the world's Architecture". It is an important historical site and representative building in modern China, and one of the landmarks of Shanghai. You could take some pictures there and the visit the No.1 shopping street the Nanjing Road. You can have some free shopping time there.
In the morning, your guide will pick you up in the hotel lobby and take you to Tomson Golf Club which is a world-class 18-hole, 72 championship golf club. The golf course is in central place of Shanghai. Covering an area of 140 hectares, 18 holes and 72 shots, the course length is 7,200 yards, and the design is extremely challenging and exciting. A round of 18-hole will be arranged for you. After playing wonderful golf there, you will return to the hotel.
You will have free morning on your own. The guide will meet you at hotel lobby and take you to the airport to catch your estimated flight: ZH9508 15:35-18:20 to Shenzhen. After your arrival in Shenzhen, the guide will welcome and meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. You will check in at the hotel and the rest of the day is on your own.
This morning you will first visit Splendid China and Cultural Folk Villages. It is the first large-scale cultural tourism area in China that gathers folk art, folk customs, and residential buildings in one garden. It is currently the world's largest and most abundant real-life miniature scenic spot. Then you will visit Window of the World. It is in the beautiful Overseas Chinese Town on the shores of Shenzhen Bay. The whole garden is divided into eight areas of World Square, Asia, Oceania, Europe, Africa, America, World Sculpture Garden and International Street, including more than 130 miniature landscapes of world-famous attractions, dozens of entertainment participation projects, magnificent large square art evenings, colorful exotic performances and theme cultural festivals. It creates a wonderful and joyful world for Chinese and foreign tourists. After the tour, you will be transferred back to hotel.
This morning the guide will meet you at hotel lobby and take you to Mission Hills Golf Course. It was designed by Jack Nicklaus. It is the only 72-hole golf course in China, the largest golf course in Asia, and the only one in China that has been recognized by European, American PGA and TPC. The designated golf course for international tournaments is one of the member clubs of "Global Golf Club". You will enjoy one round of 18-hole golf there and the lunch is on your own. You will be transferred back to hotel after finishing and you could explore the city at the rest of the day.
The Hong Kong guide will meet you at hotel lobby and take you to the border. You will take the bus to Hong Kong directly. After your arrival in Hong Kong, you will visit the Victoria Peak. Victoria Peak is a must-see attraction in Hong Kong. To climb Victoria Peak, taking one of the oldest and most prestigious Peak Tram in the world is absolutely an unforgettable experience! Passengers can overlook Victoria Harbor along the way. Sitting in the carriage, your body will lean back, and the slope of some sections was between 4 and 27 degrees! It seems that the high-rise buildings and dense bushes are falling aside, it feels wonderful! And then, we will see the Aberdeen Fishing Village which was originally a fishing village. It was a Typhoon Shelter for local fishermen. Now it is hard to find in any other parts of the World. Hundreds of fishing village residents still retain the traditional lifestyle. You will have a deeper insight by riding on a Sampan. After that, you will have lunch at Jumbo Kingdom. Jumbo Kingdom is in Aberdeen Bay. It is a unique combination of food, leisure, culture and shopping. With the design of Chinese royal palace and exquisite diet, it has attracted tens of millions of tourists at home and abroad, becoming a well-known tourism hotspot in the world. After lunch, you will visit Stanley Market. Stanley Market is well-known overseas and welcomed by tourists. The market is full of small shops and street vendors, with a wide variety of goods, including jewelry, leather, silk, wool, cotton clothing, antiques, Chinese crafts, watches and souvenirs. You can choose your favorite specialty products and enjoy the fun of bargain.
Playing golf on top courses can easily be the highlight of your stay in Hong Kong. The guide will meet you at your hotel lobby in the morning and then take you to Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau. The Jockey Club Kau Sai Chau was established in 1995. It is a community project donated by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust. It is the only public golf course in Hong Kong. The course in located in Sai Kung Peninsula. Kau Sai Chau has three of the finest public golf courses. You will play one round of 18 holes of golf. The lunch is on your own at the course. After golf, you will be transferred back to hotel.
Today you will visit the Lantau Island. When we arrive there, we will first take the Ngong Ping Cable Car. The Ngong Ping Cable Car connects Tung Chung to Ngong Ping, offering you a wide and beautiful view of Lantau Island. Once the cable car arrives, it is the Ngong Ping Bazaar. And it is also the best way to go to Hong Kong's must-see attractions such as the Big Buddha, Polin Monastery and Tai O Fishing Village. Ngong Ping Bazaar combines leisure, shopping and four themed attractions in one, making it a popular hotspot for tourists and locals on holiday tour. Polin Monastery knows as the "Buddhist Kingdom in the South" and it is the most popular Buddhist temple in HK. The Big Buddha is the world's second largest outdoor bronze seated Buddha. It is 26.4 meters high and located on the Muk Yue Mountain which is 482 meters above the sea level. The Buddha statue consists of 202 copper plates. If you want to worship the Buddha closely and enjoy the panoramic views of Lantau Island and South China Sea, you could climb up 268 steps to reach the Buddha. And then, we will transfer you back to the hotel.
You will have a free morning. The guide will meet you at hotel lobby and take you to Hong Kong Airport according to the time of your flight. You will be back to your sweet home and the memorable China tour will end here. We hope you have a pleasant journey and look forward to serving you again!
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Anyone over 12 when traveling to China will be an adult.
Infant under the age of 2 years.
A smaller folding bed can be added in the standard hotel room, some hotel rooms in Hong Kong are too small for an extra bed.