12 Day China with Chengdu

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Highlights of Beijing, Xian, Chengdu & Shanghai

Arrive in Beijing and enjoy a full day tour of the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and Summer Palace. You’ll also embark on a full-day excursion to the Great Wall of China, the longest man-made structure on Earth.

Fly to Xian where you will tour the archaeological site at the tomb of China’s first emperor, where more than 8,000 finely sculpted, life-size terracotta soldiers and horses were discovered in 1974. Continue to Chengdu to see the city’s most famous attraction – panda bears. Visit the Chengdu Panda Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, housing more than 80 giant pandas, and visit the center’s Giant Panda Museum to learn about the conservation effort, or choose to participate in an optional panda feeding. Head to Mount E Mei, one of the four most sacred Buddhist mountains in China, and enjoy time sightseeing the majestic natural beauty as well as mysterious legendary relics.

Finally, travel to Shanghai and wander the classical Yuyuan Garden, experience the old world charm of the Bund, the former “Wall Street” of the foreign powers, and enjoy a stop at a local silk carpet shop.

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