If you are travelling to China for business or pleasure and have a day or two to spare, join us of a day tour of your favourite city. Picked up from the doorstep of your hotel and guided by an English speaking tour guide you'll explore the city - its past and future. From the bustling city of Beijing and the nearby Great Wall, to the metropolis of Shanghai and the Venice of the East - Suzhou just a fast train ride away – delve in as China will excite even the most seasoned traveller.
Meet endangered giant pandas at Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center, dedicated to the survival of the charming creatures through breeding, research and education.
Get up close and personal with the endangered giant panda; visit traditional teahouses and craft shops on Jinli Ancient Street; marvel at the ancient architectural structures of Kuan-zhai Lane; and people watch in the spiritual People’s Park where locals go to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown.
Whilst the term ‘bright Pearl’ may be used to describe Shanghai’s old town, come and discover the many other many pearls in Shanghai’s crown – from Jade Buddha’s and futuristic TV towers to well preserved colonial architecture – spend a day delving under Sensational Shanghai’s skin.
Tranquil, quaint, ancient, beautiful, a true Venice, criss-crossed with canals and bridges…. It’s difficult to describe with justice one of the oldest cities in the world. Come and see this remarkable city, for yourself.
Stroll through the beautifully landscaped gardens of Yuexiu Park; marvel at the 2,000 year-old tomb of Zhao Mo; visit the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall; burn your first joss stick at the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees; and gaze upwards at the soaring Canton Tower on this Guangzhou Day Tour.
Vast squares, magnificent palaces and beautiful gardens; is it any wonder the Chinese Imperialist rulers were replaced with an egalitarian communist government? Explore old Beijing, and admire these testaments to past dynasties.
Probably the world’s most famous wall and most definitely the longest, it is common belief that it was built to keep the Moguls out, but the crafty rules also used it to keep the tax-paying residents within! Come, climb and witness the view from this magnificent ancient structure!