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Cities of the Orient


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With a mix of urban cities, ancient history and tranquil landscapes this 19 day tour will leave you in awe.

Be amazed at sites such as Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City in Beijing. An exciting walk on the Great Wall is an experience that you will always remember. In the ancient city of Xian you will visit the life size Terracotta Warriors and the cosmopolitan city of Shanghai will captivate you. Cruise down the Yangtze River taking in the stunning landscape of dramatic gorges and majestic peaks. Travel to Guilin, one of China’s greatest areas of natural beauty. End your journey in the amazing city of Hong Kong which offers a sprawling skyline and a beautiful natural harbor. It is a powerhouse of Chinese commercial activity where the shopping is not to be missed!

Packages include international airfare based on LA departures, visa fees, three meals per day, all sightseeing & entrance fees, National & Local Escorts and evening entertainment.

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