China travel map - Historic Guangdong Tour

This is an ideal trip for those travelers who are looking for contrast in China. Venture off the tourist track to Guangdong province’s several less visited cities, where you can better compare between the past and the nowadays through ancient residential houses, cultural relics, historical sites, folk art and a Tea Field visit.

Duration: 7 days & 6 nights

Destinations: Guangzhou - Foshan - Guangzhou - Meizhou - Chaozhou - Shantou

Starting Point: Guangzhou

Ending Point: Shantou

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Upon arrival, our guide will meet you and transfer to the hotel for check-in. Free at leisure for rest of the day.

Picked up from hotel at around 9am and visit the Memorial Hall of Dr.Sun Yat-senAncestral Temple of the Chen Family and Xiguan Old Houses in the morning. After lunch in local Zaocha style restaurant for dim-sum lunch, you will take a wall on Shamian Island, where stands many historical buildings built in colonial periord. Later, go to experience the water bus on the Peal River to view outlook of the Canton Tower. Today's trip ends at Beijing Road for local snacks and free shopping. 

Meal: B, L

Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family

One day tour to Foshan, visit Ancestral Temple, a Daoist temple and was first built in the Song dynasty (960-1279AD) and Wong Fei-hung Memorial Museum, who is a legendary Chinese martial artist, physician, and acupuncturist. After lunch, visit Liang Garden, which is regarded as one of the four famous gardens of Guangdong. Then go to see Foshan Paper-cut art including paper lanterns, paper masks, and chops. 

Meal: B, L

Transfer to take high speed train to Meizhou. Transfer to visit Yannanfei Tea Field and Thousand Buddhas Pagoda in the afternoon.

Meal: B, L

Yannanfei Tea Field

After breakfast, visit China Hakka Museum and Weilongwu, a typical local residential houses built by Hakka people. Then drive to Chaozhou. 

Meal: B, L

Visit Kaiyuan Temple, a 1200 year old Buddhist temple in Chaozhou, and porcelain kiln site of Song Dynasty (960-1279). After lunch, proceed to Xiangzi Bridge, which is renowned as one of China's four famous ancient bridges. Drive to Shantou. On the way, visit Chen Ci-hong Mansion

Meal: B, L

Kaiyuan Temple

Visit Zhongshan Park and Mazu Palace. Then transfer to the airport or train station to your next destination. 

Meal: B

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What's included

  • 1-on-1 Travel Consultant

    Your China based expert listens to your wishes carefully, provides professional advice, ensures unlimited itinerary revisions before done and 24/7 helpline service while traveling.

  • Private Local Guide and Driver

    Your guides are friendly, helpful and knowledgeable, and your drivers are professional, polite and patient. They are very flexible to accommodate your personal needs and happy to show you the local attractions, history, culture, foods and real life. 
    Private transfers from hotel to attractions, airport or train station are also included.

  • Accommodation to Suit Your Preference

    In each place, we hand pick hotels ranging from luxury 5 star, superior 4 star to comfortable 3 star. Luxury or cozy boutique hotels and budget guesthouses are also among your choices. You could decide where to stay to meet your taste and budget.

  • Gourmet Meals

    Most of the hotels we select offer both Western and Chinese buffet breakfast. Lunch and dinner included are arranged in selected restaurants to taste authentic Chinese cuisine and local specialties. Thus you may also have a unique food tour.
    Meals specified in itinerary as B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner.

  • Attractions and Activities Listed on the Itinerary

    Our China tour packages have included the (first/main) entry to all attractions and the expenses of activities on the itinerary (except the optional activities).

  • Internal Transportation

    Based on your needs, we could make bookings of internal transportation, including domestic flights, inter-city trains, long-distance bus, etc.

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