15 Day 14 Night Ancient Silk Road Super Value

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The Silk Road is a 2000 year old route between Middle East and China. Traveling the Silk Road is an adventure where the west and Great Wall meets the Gobi Desert, ancient tombs, Lhama Temples and much more. This is an experienced mixture of Chinese and Islamic cultures.

Beijing – 4 Nights. Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Great Wall, Ming Tomb Museum, Temple of Heaven, Peking Duck Banquet, Hutong tour, and the Olympic sites of Bird Nest & Water Cube.
Xi’an – 2 Nights. Terra Cotta Warriors & Bronze Chariots, Provincial Museum, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Ceramics and Pottery Center, Banpo Neolithic Village, Dumpling Banquet, Tang Dynasty music show.
Dunhuang – 2 Nights. Mogao Grottoes, Sounding Dune, Crescent Lake.
Turpan – 1 Night. Grape valley, the Karez Irrigation System, Emin Minaret.
Urumqi & Kashgar – 4 Nights. Xinjiang Autonomous Region Museum, Kashgari Tomb & Id Kah Mosque, Sunday Bazaar, Kashgar old town, a home visit to a Uygur family, Heavenly Lake.
Shanghai – 1 Night. Optional tour of Huangpu River with dinner.

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