Experience the comfort and efficiency
of China’s rapidly expanding high-speed
rail network as you travel around the
major cultural centres of China. Starting
in Beijing, continue to Xian, Wuhan and
Nanjing, before finishing in the modern
metropolis of Shanghai. Along the
way, stroll through beautiful gardens,
ancient temples and mausoleums, visit
celebrated sights such as the Great Wall
and Terracotta Warriors, and learn about
various aspects of Chinese history in the
key museums of each city.
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Arrive in Beijing and transfer to the luxurious
Peninsula Hotel for a 3-night stay. (N)
Morning visit to Tiananmen Square and the
Forbidden City. After lunch, visit the Summer
Palace and beautiful gardens, followed by
afternoon tea at the Aman Hotel. (B, L)
Drive north from Beijing and visit the legendary
Great Wall at Jinshanling, a peaceful and
dramatic section of the wall. (B, L)
Early morning departure to Xian by high-speed
train. Afternoon arrival in Xian and proceed to
the Wild Goose Pagoda, followed by a short
art tour and calligraphy lesson at the Tang Bo
Art Museum. Transfer to the Sofitel on Renmin
Square for 2 nights. The following day take a
private tour of the Terracotta Warriors. (B)
Continue to Wuhan by high-speed train. Arrive
and transfer to the Shangri-La Hotel for a
1-night stay. Afternoon visit to the Yellow Crane
Tower and the Hubei Provincial Museum. (B)
Continue to Nanjing by high-speed train. Transfer
to the Fairmont Hotel for a 2-night stay. (B)
Morning tour of Mount Zijin, Zijinshan
observatory and Ling Gu temple. Afternoon at
leisure, with time to visit the Nanjing Museum
and the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall. (B)
Early morning departure to Shanghai by high speed train. Transfer to the Fairmont Peace
Hotel for 2 nights. (B)
Morning tour of Shanghai, visiting the Jade
Buddha temple, Yu garden and the Bund.
Optional afternoon cruise on Huang Pu river, or
visit the Shanghai Museum independently. (B)
Option to transfer to the airport via the
Shanghai Maglev train, then fly home. (B)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
holidays, supplements may apply. Dates in
2018 include, but are not limited to, 15 – 21 Feb
(Chinese New Year), 4 – 6 Apr (Tomb Sweeping
Day), 1 – 3 May (May Day holiday) and 25 Sep
– 7 Oct (national holiday).
Featuring some of the most luxurious
accommodation throughout the tour. Prices are
based on the standard category, unless indicated
For a price quote based
on alternative accommodation standards,
to discuss flight options or to tailor this
itinerary, please call 020 3930 5233 or email
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CRW2018: 10 Nights
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