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Bell Travel

 

Tel:519-805-4239

Fax:226-250-3074

Email:janehu99@hotmail.com

 

Add:150 Colborne, Unit A3 

  Brantford, ON N3T  2G6  Canada
          

旅游专区

7-day Beijing-Suzhou-Shanghai

Tour Depart every Tuesday and Thursday, arrived in Beijing every Wednesday and Friday. Tour not available on public holidays (Jan 20-30, May 01-03, Sep 30 - Oct 07).

Day 1: Beijing
Upon arrival in Beijing, you will be met and transferred to your hotel by our tour guide. The rest of the night will be free for your leisure.
Penta Hotel or same standard 

Day 2: Beijing (B, L, D)
The highlight today is a trip to the astonishing Great Wall of China at Juyongguan Pass, one of the most remarkable feats of mankind. After lunch You will tour the Summer Palace, the famous resort of Empress Dowager Ci Xi. Feast your eyes on the Long Corridor, Longevity Hill, and Kunming Lake, You will also take photo at National Olympic Stadium and Aquatics Center. Attend a welcome Peking Duck Dinner tonight, After dinner, you will enjoy a famous Beijing acrobatic show.
Penta Hotel or same standard
 
Day 3: Beijing (B, L.D)
This morning you will visit Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the largest and most intact conglomeration of ancient structures of the imperial palace. This was the palace for 24 Ming and Qing Dynasty emperors who ruled China for over 500 years. After lunch you will tour the delicately crafted Temple of Heaven, where the emperors used to pray for good harvest. You also will have free time to shopping at the famous walking street Wangfujing.
Penta Hotel or same standard
 
Day 4: Beijing - Shanghai - Suzhou(B,L,D)
Today you will fly to Shanghai. Upon arrival you will be met and transfer to Suzhou. You will visit the beautiful Jinji Lake in the afternoon and You will also visit the silk embroidery factory, the Couple Garden and the ancient Panmen Gate, the only existing water & land gate.
Holiday Inn or same standard
 
Day 5: Suzhou - Wuzhen - Shanghai(B,L,D)
Today you will go to Shanghai, China’s largest city (home to 16 million people), is also China’s principal port on a deep estuary of the Yangtze River. Often regarded as “the Paris of the East,” Shanghai has retained the flavor of its past European influences. On the way visit the well known water-country Wuzhen, Upon arrival in Shanghai, you will visit the Bund and Chenghuangmiao Area.
Courtyard or same standard
 
Day 6: Shanghai (B,L)
This morning you will visit Yu Garden, Yu Garden is a famous garden of classical style in the south of the Yangtze River. Initially built under the reign of Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty and up to now it has a history of over 500 years, then you will visit the famous Shanghai Museum. In the afternoon you will have free time at Nanjing Road and today’s dinner is on your own.
Courtyard or same standard
 
Day 7: Shanghai — NEXT CITY(B)
Transfer to airport for flight to next city
 

  Jan, Feb, Dec Mar, Jun, Jul, Aug Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov
Seat in Coach Tour $799 $829 $849
Child with bed $499 $549 $599
Child without bed $459 $449 $499
Single Supp $300 $340 $380

 
All Tour Package includes:
  1. The hotel accommodation with daily buffet breakfast at listed hotels.
  2. Sightseeing with lunch & dinner as per listed in the itineraries. (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner, SD=Special Dinner)
  3. Professional English speaking tour guide service in each city.
  4. Tour transportation by air conditioned vehicles.
  5. Round trip airport/ hotel/ pier/ railway station transfers in each city.
  6. Domestic air tickets with airport tax .
 
Tour Depart every Tuesday and Thursday, arrived in Beijing every Wednesday and Friday.Tour not available on public holidays (Jan 20-30, May 01-03, Sep 30 - Oct 07).
 
All Tour package excludes:
  1. International flights Canada-China-Canada and air taxes / fuel surcharges.
  2. Add-on airfare from other Canadian cities.
  3. Chinese visa fee ($60 pp for single entry, $90 pp for double entry).
  4. Gratuities (CAD 8.00 per day per person) and personal expenses.
  5. Any other charges caused by the acts of God, natural disasters, fires, weather, governmental and local authority’s orders, political change, strike, war, riots, quarantine, custom regulations, damages or injury caused by the accident beyond the responsibilities of travel agents and incurred due to the tourist action violating the law.
  6. Any items not listed in the itinerary