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15 Days Beijing, Xi'an, Hangzhou and Shanghai Honeym...
Congratulations! You are getting married! Why not experience the true taste of the orient and take an unforgettable honeymoon adventure to China? China has become more accessible over the years so what better way to soak up the rich Chinese culture and heritage than a romantic break here. With so many amazing opportunities for you and your partner, China is home to some of the most fantastic and unique sights in the world. In this trip, you will travel through Beijing, Xi’an, Hangzhou and Shanghai to experience the best side of ancient and modern China.

Day 1
Beijing (No meal included)

When you land at the capital city of China, Beijing, our local guide will meet you at the airport with a beautiful anadem of flowers to be presented to you, and then escort you to the hotel.

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Day 2
Beijing (B, L, D)

Destinations: Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City

 

Enjoy a buffet breakfast and a leisurely morning in the hotel. Later on you will set out for a tour of historic Beijing. The guide will show you its grandeur by taking you to Tiananmen Square, and the magnificent Forbidden City. Finish the day with a savory Peking duck dinner.

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Day 3
Beijing (B, L)

Destinations: The Great Wall of China

 

Today, a walk along the majestic Great Wall will be one of the highlights and a wonderful experience for your honeymoon and for your lifetime. You will be able to stroll along this world wonder and contemplate what history left us, and you will realize how great people can be and how much they can achieve. Also visit the Sacred Road before returning to the city.

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Day 4
Beijing (B, L, D)

Today′s program is to visit the old narrow alleys (hutong in Chinese pinyin) lined with rows of courtyard homes which are now fast disappearing because of the continuous urban construction. During this one hour tour, you can hop on a rickshaw and ride through the narrow alleys as well as visit a local family. Then walk on the Silver Ingot Bridge (Yinding Bridge).

 

You will learn to make a Chinese knot. The art of tying a Chinese knot is a national handicraft with a long history and profound cultural connotations. Each knot is woven out of one single silk thread, and given a name in tune with its shape and implied meaning. Our teacher will share some of these skills and you can take home the finished knot.

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Day 5
Beijing to Xian (B, L)

Destinations: Temple of Heaven

 

After a visit to another landmark of Beijing, the splendid Temple of Heaven, built in 15th century, you will fly to Xi’an, once the largest cities in the world and the capital for 11 Chinese dynasties for 1,180 years.

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Day 6
Xian (B, L, D)

Destinations: Terra-Cotta Warriors

 

After enjoying your breakfast, take an excursion to see the extraordinary 2,200-year-old Terracotta Warriors which guard the tomb of the first Chinese Emperor, Qin Shihuang. The warriors were discovered accidentally in 1974 by farmers while they were digging a well. This archaeological excavation site is a stunning exhibit of more than 7,000 ancient life-size terracotta statues of soldiers, officers, horses, chariots, and other artifacts.

 

Tonight, a special dumpling dinner will be served while you enjoy an elaborate Tang Dynasty Stage Show recalling the days when Xi’an was the largest city in the world.

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Day 7
Xian (B, L)

Today you will have the opportunity to take wedding pictures as Chinese people do. You could choose three beautiful dresses from our studio and go out to take photos on the City Wall, at Drum Tower, or at the typical court yard in the North West China. The dresser, the camera man and the driver will offer the private service and you get to keep the pictures.

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Day 8
Xian to Hangzhou (B)

After breakfast enjoy a free morning at your leisure.

 

In the afternoon you will be transferred to the airport and take the flight to Hangzhou, a poetic city with natural beauty.

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Day 9
Hangzhou (B, L, D)

Destinations: Viewing Fish at Flower Pond, Leifeng Pagoda, Meijiawu Tea Plantation and Guo’s Villa

 

Today you will go to the park of Viewing Fish at Flower Pond. Visiting the park is like taking a trip into a picturesque poem. You can look at fish, admire flowers and trees, listen to birds chirping, and witness the exodus of spring. Then here comes the highlight: West Lake. Your lake cruise tour will take you on a magical journey.
        
The next spot is Leifeng Pagoda overlooking the southern side of Hangzhou West Lake. Dating back over a thousand years, the pagoda was recently refurbished and is now one of the main attractions of the lake.
This afternoon our tour will start from the Meijiawu Tea Plantation. Hangzhou is the birthplace of the best green tea, Dragon Well Tea, in China and has a long history of tea culture. You will visit the tea plantation and you can even to talk to the farmers and have a cup of Dragon Well Green Tea. Lunch will be served in the farmer′s house or a restaurant nearby.

 

Later, we proceed to Guo′s Villa, which is a very small but exquisite garden.

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Day 10
Hangzhou (B, L)

Destinations: Xixi National Wetland Park, China Silk Museum, Former Residence of Hu Xueyan and Hefang Street

 

After enjoying your breakfast you will visit the Lingyin temple, the biggest Buddhist temple in Southeast China.

 

Then we go to the China Silk Museum by the beautiful West Lake. As the first silk-themed museum, it is dedicated to reflect over 5,000 years history of silk in China, and consists of eight exhibition halls. In the afternoon we will visit the Former Residence of Hu Xueyan. Hu Xueyan (1823-1885), was a local celebrity, and one of the richest and most famous businessmen in the Qing Dynasty (1644–1912). After his success, he donated a lot of money and helped the Qing government. Because of this relationship, Hu was renowned in the country and was called Hongding merchant. He also founded the Hu Qing Yu Tang Traditional Chinese Medicine Pharmacy which we will visit next. Hu Qing Yu Tang is a court style pharmacy with its building in typical architectural style of the Qing Dynasty, elegant and magnificent.

 

Finally we go to Hefang Street where you may feel like you have stepped back in time to the Southern Song Dynasty 800 years ago when Hangzhou was the capital city.

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Day 11
Hangzhou to Wuzhen (B, L, D)

Destination: Wuzhen Water Town and Shanghai

 
This morning you will be driven to Wuzhen, which is an ancient water village in Tongxiang City, Zhejiang Province.

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Day 12
Wuzhen to Shanghai (B, L, D)

After breakfast pay a visit to the west section of Wuzhen. After having lunch you will be transferred to Shanghai. Tonight, our trip starts with an evening cruise on the Huangpu River, which divides Shanghai into two sections, Pu Dong (east of river) and Pu Xi (west of river). Local people honor the Huangpu as Mother River, and as you view the spectacle of lights you will understand why.

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Day 13
Shanghai (B, L)

Destinations: Shanghai Old Street, Yuyuan Garden, the Bund and Shanghai Xintiandi Plaza

 

After breakfast, enjoy the classic sights from the Ming and Qing dynasties, when you visit the enchanting Yuyuan Garden and Shanghai Old Street. The garden covers a significant area and includes many halls, springs and other buildings. The visit takes you back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD).

 

Then we go up to Shanghai World Financial Center. The 100th floor observation deck provides a giant window in the sky, with a commanding view of Shanghai 474 meters below, a spectacular view of downtown Shanghai and the Huangpu River.

 

Then, the tour stops at the Bund on Shanghai waterfront, a showcase of pre-1949 architecture. As the symbol of old and new Shanghai, the Bund is the most famous landmark. Four kilometers long, the Bund is one of the most important areas in Shanghai, and a must-see for every visitor.

 

In the afternoon, you will visit an old street of Shanghai, Tian Zi Fang Center. You will find that the place is dotted with fascinating old local Shikumen Houses which form part of Shanghai′s folk identity. Life goes on at a slow and easy pace in Tian Zi Fang, and in no time you will find yourself engrossed in its rather homely spirit.

 

After a drive along the former French Concession District, characterized by beautiful, tree-lined streets and weathered European architecture, you will finally be able to stretch your legs in the hottest new entertainment district, Xintiandi. The brick buildings on these two-square blocks have been preserved and transformed into trendy clubs, restaurants and boutiques.

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Day 14
Shanghai (B)

Enjoy a free day at leisure.

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Day 15
Shanghai (B)

You are free to enjoy your stay until you are transferred to the airport. On the way to the airport, you will have the chance to get on the fastest train in the world, Shanghai Maglev. Its can reach up to 430km/h. End of the fabulous tour in China.

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