Highlights of China

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It’s about shopping, dining, entertainment and everything you’ve always wanted to see in China. Experience the highlights of Beijing and Shanghai with a city tour to Xian and a day to explore the Terra Cotta Warriors. You’ll sample China at its most alluring with all the extras including a Peking duck dinner.

This 14-day adventure to China features Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Li River, Yangshou, Shanghai, Suzhou. Included in the land price are first-class accommodations, some meals, transfers, all sightseeing as per the itinerary, local English-speaking guides, applicable entrance fees to monuments and cultural events, internal flights – Beijing/Xian/Guilin/Shanghai, baggage handling, Dinner and Tang Dynasty Show, Li River Cruise and a visit to a Watertown

Land prices start from $2,380 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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