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7-day Gourmet Package to China

Tour code: ETC-B16   

Taste the famous dishes while traveling through the landmark sites in Beijing & Shanghai! This is a trip for those who have limited time but want to see and experience more in the middle kingdom!

Tour Date City Tour Brief
1 Beijing
Beijing Arrival
2 Beijing
Temple of Heaven, Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, Pecking Duck Dinner
3 Beijing
Mutianyu Great Wall, Hutong by Riskshaw, Imperial Dinner
4 Beijing
Summer Palace, Wangfujing Avenue
5 Beijing / Shanghai
the Bund, Nanjing Road, Acrobatic Show
6 Shanghai
Yu Garden, Shanghai Museum, French Concession, Xintiandi
7 Shanghai
Shanghai Departure
Day 1 Arrival in Beijing
Be met at the airport and transfer to your hotel at downtown.

Day 2 Beijing (B, L, D)
Private escorted tour to over 500 years' historical Temple of Heaven. The Temple is basically a huge communications terminal which the Emperor used to communicate directly with Heaven and included in the World Heritage List in 1998. Then go to the Forbidden City. It was nominated as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 1987 and recognized as one of the most important five palaces in the world. At night, a delicious Peking duck dinner is prepared.

Day 3 Beijing (B, L, D)
Private escorted tour to Mutianyu Great Wall (round-way cable car). It has the largest construction scale and best quality among all sections of Great Wall which is less crowded and has better architecture than at Badaling. After Great Wall visit, go to Hutong and have a pedicab tour there. Hutong is Beijing's traditional alleyway with rich history and culture of Beijing. "Encyclopedia of Beijing" is its feature. In the evening, lead you to enjoy gourmet--imperial dinner at Fangshan Restaurant.

Day 4 Beijing (B, L)
Visit the Summer Palace, a palace which sets northwest of Beijing and is said to be the best preserved imperial garden in the world, and the largest of its kind still in existence in China. It was listed on the World Heritage List by the UNESCO in 1998. Then free time for wandering and shopping at Wangfujing Avenue-- a shopper's paradise, filled with shops selling paintings and traditional Chinese arts and crafts, trendy boutiques and upscale chain stores as well as restaurants serving everything from traditional Chinese cuisines to international ones.

Day 5 Beijing-Shanghai (B, D)
Take a mid-day flight to Shanghai. Be met and transfer to visit the sparkling Bund, locates along the Huangpu River in the Huangpu District, a must-see place while enjoying your Shanghai Tours. Nanjing Road is the next place not far away from the Bund and enjoys a history of over 100 years--owns the reputation as China No. 1 shopping street. A fantastic optional acrobatic show is available at night, which is a cultural doorway to be unveiled to the people coming from outside China.

Day 6 Shanghai (B, L, D)
Today's first stop is at Yu Garden with ingeniously mingling pavilions and corridors, small hills and carefully selected and well-placed rocks, lotus ponds, bridges, winding paths, and trees and shrubs, which is the only fully restored classical Chinese garden in Shanghai. Then recommend to shopping around Shanghai downtown area. If time permits, Shanghai Museum, French Concession visits will let you have a better understanding of Shanghai's history, while a night stroll at Xintiandi will let you define the prosperous of Shanghai. 

Day 7 Shanghai departure (B)
Transfer to airport and fly to your next destination.

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PRICES START FROM PER PERSON

As all of our holidays are tailor-made it isn’t possible to give an exact price on the web-site as the final cost is dependant on a number of factors. These include the number of people in your party, the season you travel, the standard of hotel (we offer a variety of standards from three-star to super-luxurious) and duration of your trip. Contact our sales people for the detailed price of this tour package.

Included Services
Private transfers airport/hotel/airport;
Private tours escorted by an English-speaking guide;
Accommodations with daily breakfast;
Meals specified in itinerary as B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner;
Domestic flights and trains listed;
Admission fees.

Non-included Services
Visa arrangement;
Excess luggage charge(the luggage allowance at economy class is 20kg);
Personal expense;
Any meals not specified as "B, L or D";
Gratuities to guides and drivers.

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  • Asked by Bart Ho
    2016-02-05 05:45
    We, a group of at least 9 people would like to spend 7 days touring China (Beijing and Shanghai and other location if time possible) starting July 5, 2016. Some are going to leave from Taipei, Taiwan and some may leave US. Excellent authentic Chinese food should be served for the entire trip. The 7 day trip is as follows:

    Persons (4-5) leaving US: Arriving China at Shanghai on 7/5, round trip tour of China for 7 days, leave Shanghai on 7/13, to Taipei and back to US on 7/26 (tentative). Round trip either from Baltimore or New York to Shanghai.

    For the rest of the group already in Taipei: Fly from Taipei to Shanghai on 7/5. Two groups unite together.

    After touring China starting 7/5, we fly back to Taiwan on 7/13 together from Shanghai. The group of 4-5 will be back to US on 7/26 (tantative).

    The whole trip includes round trip airfair for 4-5 persons on 7/5 from Baltimore or New York to China, stop at Taipei on 7/13 and back to Baltimore or New York tentatively on 7/26. Rest persons from Taipei need round trip airfare from Taipei to Shanghai.

    Another option is:
    You provide service for the seven day tour for our group inside China that includes staying at hotel on 7/5 and 7/12 for the group of ten at Shanghai. We will purchase the round trip airfares to and from Taipei-Shanghai and US to Shanghai on our own.

    Please provide your cost and suggestions.

    Bart
     
    Answered by Ricky
    2016-02-05 10:07
    Dear Bart,

    Thanks for contacting Easy Tour China.

    We are very pleased to be of service to you. As to your trip to China, our travel specialst will be in touch with you soon via email.

    Wish you a happy Chinese Money New Year!

    Ricky
  • Asked by Rohit Nath
    2014-05-19 17:27
    Hello, we are looking for a 7 day food tasting and tour of China, similar to your 7 day Gourmet package. We are a family of 5 from India. Pl can you send me a price quote for the same.
    Should we do only Shanghai and surrounding areas ?
    or do you recommend Beijing and Shanghai ?
    With limited time, pl advise best plan.
    thanks
     
    Answered by Ricky
    2014-05-19 17:56
    Dear Rohit,

    Thank you so much for your inquiry.

    China is an ancient country with colorful cultures like India. There is so much to explore here, food tour is one of most interesting theme among the international tourists. Our professional travel consultant will be in touch with you via email very soon.

    Have a nice day there!

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