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Welcome to China! On arrival you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel! Later we tour the Terracotta Warrior archaeological site where some 7,000 warriors stand in battle ready position and a factory demonstrating how the warriors are crafted.
This morning we take an early morning excursion to see Pandas at the Shaanxi Rare Wildlife Rescue and Breeding Centre. After we visit the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and take a bicycle ride along Xi’an medieval City Wall. Dinner is served early this evening prior to boarding the overnight train bound for Nanjing.
Today we visit the the Memorial Hall of the Nanjing Massacre. as well as the Mausoleum of Dr Suhn Yatsen - a father of modern China and revered nearly as much as Chairman Mao.
Continuing to Suzhou today by train. Here we enjoy lunch before exploring the Master of Nets Garden. We enjoy a cruise on the Grand Canal before transferring to your hotel.
Enjoy a tour of Suzhou today. One of China’s most charming cities, its fame rests on its waterways, and canals that are dotted with traditional bridges, houses and gardens. Renown for its silk, on our tours that travel to Suzhou, we will visit a silk workshop. We also take you on a guided visit to the Humble Administrators Garden and teh Suzhou Museum.
Onwards to Shanghai today by train. We enjoy lunch when we arrive, and then this afternoon explore Yuyan Garden and the Old Town.
Once known for its decadent magnetism that attracted fortune-seekers and adventurers, Shanghai looks like a European city in a Chinese setting. A stroll along the famous Shanghai Bund confirms this. Today, we visit the Oriental Pearl TV tower. After lunch we visit Nanjing Road before this evening enjoying a cruise on the Huangpu River.
Day at leisure.
Today we bid you farewell and transfer you to PVG airport for your flight home.
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