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Welcome to Shanghai. We look forward to meeting you at the airport. Before the train ride to Suzhou we will visit the Jade Buddha Temple, Shanghai Museum and the Bund. Please note you will not have time to have morning tea here as they you arrive in the afternoon. You can have lunch there if you want and pay locally. Later this afternoon you will transfer to the train station for the "express" train. Upon arrival into Suzhou visit Net-Master Garden, one of the finest gardens in China. Overnight - Suzhou Nanya hotel 4 Star
Today we visit The Humble Administrators Garden. It is perhaps the most famous in all of China. Though, at 40,000 square metres, with three linked sections that comprise small lotus ponds, pavilions, islands, bridges and open space, there is nothing humble about the design. We will also visit the Lion Garden and the Silk Factory. Drive to Zhouzhuang, a town popular with Chinese artists. The charming Old Town can easily be explored on foot or aboard a boat tour on the canals. We enjoy a city tour before returning to Suzhou. Overnight - Suzhou Nanya hotel 4 Star
After breakfast, transfer to the train station to board our Express train to Hangzho. Upon arrival, we visit Lingyin Temple, then explore the Six Harmonies Pagoda. Located on Yuelun Hill and overlooking the Qiantang River, and south of West Lake. Named as one of the true masterpieces of ancient Chinese architectures. Later today we visit the Yuewang Shrine afterwards you will enjoy tea at the Dragon Well.
We start our morning at Mingqing Hefang Street, for a spot of shopping. Before boarding your train back to Shanghai you will stop off at the Chinese Medicine Museum. After the museum you will be transferred to the train Station and enjoy the scenery back to Shanghai. Transfer to the airport where we bid you farewell.
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