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This holiday package tour has been designed to offer the best of China along with maximum comfort and convenience for disabled travelers. Hotels used on the tour have been carefully chosen to provide accessible room and the utmost convenience. Why not enjoy a special accessible holiday with our considerate and expert guide? And you will visit popular scenic spots like Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, Badaling Great Wall, hutongs, Summer Palace, the Bund, Yu Garden, Xintiandi, Zhujiajiao...

Duration: 7 days & 6 nights

Destinations: Beijing - Shanghai

Starting Point: Beijing

Ending Point: Shanghai

Day

Arrive in Beijing, your private guide and driver will meet and greet you at the airport and transfer to the accessible hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure.

Meal: No Meal


Suggested hotels in Beijing with accessible room and facilities:

5-star: Regent Beijing

4-star: Pentahotel Beijing



Full day guided tour of Beijing, the ancient and modern capital of China. Visit the Temple of Heaven which is one of Beijing's most impressive sites in terms of architecture, color and significance and was used by Emperor to communicate directly with Heaven. The park has been built with wheelchair ramps and accessible entrances for the disabled travelers. The steps to the main spots like Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests and Circular Mound Altar are equipped with the special slide for the wheelchair.

Then proceed to the Forbidden City, which is officially known as the Imperial Palace Museum and has a long history more than 600 years. The wheelchair access lifts and routes will help you to visit world's best-kept and largest ancient palace complex smooth and easily. For instance, you can get in the tower of Meridian Gate in sevaral minutes with wheelchair access lift. 

At night, enjoy crispy Peking duck dinner.

Meal: B, L

Forbidden City

One of the most remarkable ancient wonders in human history, the Great Wall on the mountain tops is also accessible. Visit the Great Wall at Badaling section today, where there is a flat road especially built for the wheelchair, leading to the third beacon towers. So you don’t have to risk taking the cableway. And there is lift getting to the wall too.

This afternoon, have a leisure stroll around the maze of hutong alleyways – the cultural roots of Beijing folk culture. Along these long and narrow lanes, you witness the local Beijingers’ life and go visit a local family living in original quadrangle courtyard house.

Meal: B, L

Beijing hutong

Another UNESCO World Heritage site in Beijing, Summer Palace is where the Qing Dynasty royals used to spend their summer holiday. It combines classic garden art, royal architecture and natural landscape. Follow the wheelchair symbol and signs along the specially-paved slops to the pavilions, corridors, temples, palace and even the halfway of the hill.

Catch your flight from Beijing to Shanghai. We’ve already talked with the airline about your situation and reserved that suitable seat for you. The staff will help you at the cabin. 

Meal: B, L


Suggested hotels in Shanghai with accessible room and facilities:

5-star: Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre

4-star: Courtyard Shanghai Xujiahui


Shanghai is one of the best destintions in Cina for the disabled travelers, with many public accessibale facilities. Start exploring the city, visiting Shanghai Museum to admire tradtional Chinese art and handicrafts, including thousands year-old bronze wares and hundreds year-old painting and calligarphy. Then visit the Yu Garden, it was inaugurated in the Ming dynasty and has a total area of 20,000 square meters. As a paragon of the south Chinese landscaping style, it is a must-see site in Shanghai. Get out of the garden, you've come to the bustling Yu Market for a food center and many traditonal architectures. Later, proceed to the Former French Conccesion for its historical buildings and learn Shanghai's modern history. At last, a stroll at Xintiandi will let you define the prosperous of Shanghai.  

Meal: B, L

the Bund

At Yangze Delta, water town Zhujiajiao nearby Shanghai is a worth traveling place. Take a drive to it and witness the traditional life there today. In the centuries past Zhujiajiao was a trading area due to the many canals. Nowadays, it is where people go to see the old buildings, do shopping, and eat in the many restaurants and coffee shops.

Drive back to the Bund for a brisk ramble. It is the waterfront to see newly-erected modern skyscrapers and aged buildings of the colonial period. 

Meal: B, L

The Bund

Relax at the hotel, until your guide and driver pick you up and escort you to the airport and fly to your next destination. And welcome to China again for another carefree vacation. 

Meal: B

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What's included

  • Guide

    Private tours escorted by an English-speaking guide.

  • Meals

    Meals specified in itinerary as B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner.

  • Transport

    Private transfers airport/hotel/airport.

  • Accommodation

    Accommodations with daily breakfast.

  • Other

    Domestic flights and trains listed.
    Admission fees.

  • Visa

    Visa arrangement. Please consult the local Chinese Embassy or Consulates-General first for the tourist visa.

  • Other

    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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