China Discovery

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Ancient glory meets the dynamism of modern China in this exciting Beijing to Shanghai itinerary. Highlights include the Great Wall, Forbidden Palace, Terra Cotta Warriors, Shanghai and the entrancing “Venice of the East,” Suzhou.

This 11-day discovery of China includes first-class accommodations with private facilities, some meals, applicable transfers, all sightseeing as per the itinerary, local English-speaking guides, entrance fees to monuments and cultural events, internal flights – Beijing / Xian / Shanghai, baggage handling, dinner with Tang Dynasty Show and visit to a Watertown. Spend 4 nights in Beijing, 2 nights in Xian and 4 nights in Shanghai with an excursion to Suzhou. Highlights include Tiananmen Square, tour of the hutongs on rickshaw, the Great Wall, Summer Place, Temple of Heaven, Terra Cotta Warriors, Yuyuan Garden and the Bund in Shanghai, and riding on the grand canal in Suzhou.

Land prices start from $1,895 per person sharing. The tour arrives weekly on Wednesdays between April 2013 – March 2014.

SITA Exclusive: As a guest of SITA, you will receive a personalized traditional signature stamp engraved with your name. The signature stamp has remained as a symbol of Chinese culture and the art of calligraphy.

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