- 6 Night accommodation at the 4-5 Star Hotels
- All Meals as specified in the itinerary
- All Sightseeing & entrance fee as specified in the itinerary
- Professional bilingual tour guide
- Transportation; in excellent coach
- Domestic Insurance “domestic travel accident insurance”
19 Apr 2014
10 May 2014
14 Jun 2014
16 Aug 2014
6 Sep 2014
18 Oct 2014
15 Nov 2014
pp per person twin share
**Children 2-17 years old with bed pay $320.
Price of $99 is based on twin-share accommodation. Single supplement is $380.
DAY 1: Arrive in Shanghai
On arrive into Shanghai (Hongqiao) airport, you will be met by tour guide and transferred to the hotel. Rest of the day, free at leisure.
Hotel: Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel or similar
DAY 2: Shanghai – Wuxi (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will visit The Bund. Here there are dozens of various Western style buildings, known as the "Thousands style Building Expo Group". Afterward, we will visit Nanjing Road also known as Chinese 1st Commercial Street. After lunch, depart by coach to Wuxi. On arrival, we will visit the Xihui Park and Violet Arenaceous museum.
Hotel：Landison Plaza Hotel Wuxi or similar
DAY 3: Wuxi - Nanjing (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will visit Yuantouzhu Island which is the best place for viewing the scenery of Taihu Lake. We will also visit The Pearls Museum. After lunch, we will depart by coach to Nanjing then visit Confucius Temple and Qinhuai River on arrival.
Hotel: Jinling Riverside Conference Hotel Nanjing or similar
DAY 4: Nanjing – Suzhou (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will visit Xuanwu Lake, the Jade Factory and the famous Yangtze River Bridge. After lunch, depart to Suzhou. On arrive, we will visit the Ancient Street called Qilishantang before checking in to the Hotel for your overnight stay.
Hotel：Grand Metro Park Hotel Suzhou or similar
DAY 5: Suzhou - Hangzhou (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will visit Lingering Garden, one of the most excellent gardens in China city, Halls, corridors, ancient walls, buildings and rockeries, ponds, flowers, etc. Afterward visit the largest silk factory in the country to discover the mysterious processing of silk. After lunch, depart by coach to Hangzhou. Another beautiful city which traditionally has been called “Paradise of Heaven”. Compulsory Show: $40 pp for Impression West Lake Show.
Hotel: White Horse Lake Jianguo Hotel Hangzhou
DAY 6: Hangzhou – Shanghai (B/L/D)
After breakfast we will visit The West Lake. The Lake is surrounded by several beautiful smaller lakes, mountains and many attractions. The West Lake is known as "The Paradise on the Earth." The Lake has different sceneries in different seasons. Then we will visit Dragon Well Tea plantation. After lunch depart by coach back to Shanghai and visit the old China Town. Compulsory Show: $30 pp for Shanghai ERA Show.
Hotel：Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel
DAY 7: Depart Shanghai (B)
After breakfast, transfer to Shanghai (Hongqiao) airport for your onward flight.
Terms and Conditions
Conditions: Price of $99 is based on twin-share accommodation. Single supplement is $380. Children 2-17 years old with bed pay $320. The price excludes international ticket, airport related taxes, International travel insurance, China visas (If required) and personal expenses. This tour will operate with a minimum of 10 people. This group tour will depart monthly expect December. This price is subject to change due to currency fluctuations. Similar standard hotel may be substituted where the listed hotel is not available at the time of stay. Payment by Visa/Master card will incur a 2% surcharge and Amex/Diners card a 3.5%. surcharge. Amazing Vacations reserves the right to vary the itinerary, including any consequent changes in price. The above prices are correct at time of printing and subject to change without further notice. Issued on 10 Dec 2013.
- Return international ticket & airport related taxes
- Tipping $10 per person per day (Includes tipping for driver and tour guide)
- $70 per person for 2 compulsory show at Impression West Lake Show in Hangzhou & ERA show in Shanghai
- International travel insurance (Medical & trip cancellation)
- China Visa fees & service charges
- Personal expenses such as laundry, telephone
- Any additional costs by personal reasons, strikes, weather, politics, war, disaster or other circumstances