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SG14: 11 Days Small Group Tour to Beijing Xian Guilin Yangshuo Guilin Hong Kong
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Day01 Arrival in Beijing
Airport pick-up & airport-hotel transfer.

Accommodation: Novotel Beijing Xin Qiao
Day02 Beijing
Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, A la carte lunch, Temple of Heaven, Kung Fu Show. (B+L)
Day03 Beijing
Badaling Great Wall, a jade factory, Sacred Way, Bird's Nest (drive by). (B)
Day04 Beijing - Xian
Summer Palace, a pearl store, A la carte lunch, Hutong visit. Fly to Xian. Airport-hotel transfer. (B+L)

Accommodation: Sheraton Hotel
Day05 Xian
Terracotta Warriors, a pottery-making factory, A local family visit, Home-cooked lunch, Xian Museum and Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Tang Dynasty Show with dumpling dinner. (B+L+D)
Day06 Xian
City Wall, Provincial History Museum, A la carte lunch, Great Mosque, Free time at the Muslim Bazzar. (B+L)
Day07 Xian - Guilin
Fly to Guilin. Airport-hotel transfer. Reed Flute Cave, a sea water pearl store. (B)

Accommodation: Sheraton Hotel
Day08 Guilin - Yangshuo - Guilin
Li River cruise to Yangshuo, Countryside trip. Yangshuo-Guilin transfer, Elephant Trunk Hill. (B+L)
Day09 Guilin - Hong Kong
Free time in the morning. Fly to Hong Kong. Airport-hotel transfer in Hong Kong is on your own arrangement. (B)

Accommodation: B P International Hotel
Day10 Hongkong
Free time for the day. (B)
Day11 Hongkong Exit
Take a shuttle bus or a taxi to the airport. A pleasant trip home! (B)
B-- Breakfast L-- Lunch D-- Dinner
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Day01 Arrival in Beijing
Our guide will meet you as you pass through the customs upon your arrival at Beijing Airport, and help you check in at the hotel. You can have a good rest to prepare for the next day's exploration or use the time to orient yourself to the city on your own.

Meals: No meals, advice freely available
Accommodation: Novotel Beijing Xin Qiao
Day02 Beijing
Our clients drinking a toast at the Great Wall, Photo by our client Ibolya Rinagel
After breakfast, you will start the day with a visit to Tiananmen Square. Following our guide across the square, you reach the entrance of the imperial palace - the Forbidden City. You will learn about the Chinese imperial palace etiquette during the Ming and Qing dynasties when strolling among the statues of lions and divine creatures, the carved dragons, the red walls and golden roofs, as well as the precious and exquisite cultural relics exhibited in the palace. 

Around noon, we will treat you to an a la carte lunch (valued at CNY150.00 per person and included in our price) at an elegant Chinese restaurant off the regular tourist beat. 

After lunch, you will visit the imperial altar of the Ming and Qing dynasties, the Temple of Heaven, where emperors renewed their divine rights to rule through sacrificial offers to the gods. Tonight, a lively Chinese Kong Fu Show is waiting for you at the Red Theatre.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast, A la carte lunch
Day03 Beijing
Our clients at the Forbidden City
Today, we will set off early to visit the elite section of Chinese Great Wall, Badaling and a jade factory on the way there. Dated back to the Ming Dynasty, Badaling had seen many military actions in defense of the empire. You will see the grandeur in miles of walls sprawling along the tops of mountain ridges. At this moment, TCG dolls out red wine for a group toasting to memorize the joy of travel. 

We will skip lunch for lack of choice local fare. We would rather suggest that you have a generous breakfast and have some fast food for lunch by yourself. 

In the afternoon, we will drive you to visit the Sacred Way. On the way back to the urban area, you will have a brief stop near the Bird's Nest (Olympic National Stadium) to take photos with the tourist icon.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Day04 Beijing - Xian
Our Travel Consultant Ruby met her clients in Xian
In the morning, proceed to the Summer Palace, the former Qing Dynasty royal garden. In the garden, you will see Kunming Lake, Wanshou Hill, the long Seventeen-Arch Bridge, and Suzhou Market Street. Then a pearl store is scheduled. 

We will go to have an a la carte lunch (valued at CNY150.00 per person and included in our price) at a fancy restaurant with delicious food and great atmosphere. 

In the afternoon, we will retrace the unique Beijing Hutong culture by wandering through the old Hutong alleys, and take in the oldest grey brick of courtyard residence and lifestyles of local families. You will catch a flight for Xian, where our local guide will meet and transfer you to the hotel.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast, A la carte lunch
Accommodation: Sheraton Hotel
Day05 Xian
Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, Xian
Your first destination today is the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum. The life-size clay figures, probably fashioned after individual live models, frozen in time, and arraign in battle order; even the expressions on the horses are individualized. You can also see the delicate Bronze Chariot and Horses, and bronze vessels and weapons. After that, we go to a pottery-making factory. 

Around noon, we will serve you a home-cooked a la carte lunch (valued at CNY120.00 per person and included in our price) at a local family home. It is a good occasion for you to join in our cooking class and learn from the hosts if you are interested in Chinese cuisine. You can also acquaint yourself with domestic issues when talking with your hosts. 

After lunch, visit the Xian Museum and the Small Wild Goose Pagoda. It is a miracle that the brick pagoda built in the Tang Dynasty is so well preserved after 1,300 years. You will be entertained by the Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show when partaking of the famous Dumpling Dinner.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast, Home-cooked a la carte lunch, Dumpling dinner
Tips: Since the Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show will be closed in Jan, Feb, Mar and Dec, we do not calculate the price of the show and dumpling dinner for tours starting during this period. Clients will enjoy a free night by themselves.
Day06 Xian
The Short Family's comments on our service
The morning excursion will take you to the City Wall. If time permits, you may make a round on the city wall either on foot or by bike (the bike rental is an out of pocket expense). You will then proceed to Shaanxi History Museum which features a huge collection. There, you will learn much about Chinese history and culture.
 
Around noon, you will dine a la carte lunch (valued at CNY120.00 per person and included in our price) at a famous local restaurant, and then get down to the Great Mosque on the Muslim Street. Built in 742 during the Tang Dynasty, the Great Mosque is the earliest Muslim house of worship in Xian.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast, A la carte lunch
Day07 Xian - Guilin
Li River cruise
You will check out of Xian hotel and catch a morning flight to Guilin. Our guide will greet you in the airport and transfer you to the hotel in downtown. 

Have a short rest and start your travel in the picturesque Guilin. Today's visit covers the most famous attraction: the Reed Flute Cave and then a sea water pearl store. The Reed Flute Cave is a karst cave boasting varies shapes of stalactites and stalagmites. 

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Accommodation: Sheraton Hotel
Day08 Guilin - Yangshuo - Guilin
Villages in Yangshuo
Fresh from a hotel breakfast you will embark on your Li River Cruise. You will be mesmerized by clear waters and grotesque peaks along the river. You are well advised to have a big breakfast in the hotel rather than having the lunch box with plain food onboard the boat. 

Disembark at Yangshuo, you will be driven along country roads and take in the fresh and clean rural scenery in Yangshuo. A scheduled stop is at a local farmer's house. We will then bring you back to Guilin city to visit the Elephant Trunk Hill. As the name suggests, it features a huge rock elephant-like with a long trunk. 

Meals: Western buffet breakfast, Lunch
Day09 Guilin - Hong Kong
You have the whole morning explore Guilin city on your own. In the afternoon, our guide will transfer you to Guilin airport to take the flight to Hong Kong. Your escorted tour ends here. Upon arrival in Hong Kong, you can choose either the following way to reach the 3-star B P International Hotel we booked for you.

Airport Express:
Airport express trains depart at about 10 minutes intervals from 05:54 to 00:48 daily. The ticket costs HK$90 per person. Please follow the signs to take the Airport Express and get off at Kowloon station by yourself. It takes you 24 minutes to Kowloon Station, where you can connect the free shuttle bus K4 (available every 20 minutes) to the hotel directly.

Public Bus A22:
It is available from 06:00 to 00:10 daily. The ticket costs HK$39 per person. Follow the signposts walking to the Airport Ground Transportation Centre (GTC), then take bus A22 to Shanghai Street Jordan (the third stop) in one hour. Walking east on the Jordan Street toward the traffic light and turn right onto Shanghai Street. Cross the street and continue to head south along on the street for about 280 meters. Turn left to Austin Road and take the right hand side sidewalk, you will find the hotel is 25 meters ahead.

We also have an alternative plan for those who are up to challenges. Instead of taking the direct plane to Hong Kong, you can travel to Hong Kong via Shenzhen after the visit in Guilin, which will save you some money. In this case, we will help you book ticket on high-speed train G2901 11:16/14:29 from Guilin North to Shenzhen North. Upon arrival in Shenzhen North Railway Station, you can take Subway Long Hua Line (Line 4) to Futian Check Point Subway Station, from where you can cross the boundary to Hong Kong Lok Ma Chau Station. Here you can take East Rail Line, interchange Tsuen Wan Line at Kowloon Tong Platform 2 towards YauMatei, then again interchange at Mong Kok Platform 2 towards Central and get off at Jordan Subway Station. Jordan Subway Station is only 3 minutes walking distance to the 3-star B P International Hotel. If you are interested in this option, please contact us for pricing.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Accommodation: B P International Hotel
Day10 Hongkong
Our clients at the Victoria Peak
Photo by our client Mr. Marcus Lyn Roberts
The hotel room comes with breakfast. You have the whole day to explore the vibrant Hong Kong on your own. You could walk westward along the hotel's Austin Road and turn left onto Canton road. Take a bus No. 101 from the Austin Road, Canton Road bus stop for one stop to Peking Road, Canton Road. Walk to the Star Ferry Prier to take the iconic Star Ferry to Central. Not far from the pier, at the bus terminus on the Exchange Square, you could take bus 6, 6A, 6X, 60, and 260 to Stanley, where you will be interested in the colorful Stanley Market and having lunch at an elegant restaurant.

After lunch, take a bus back to Central and get off at the Garden Road. Walking down along the road, you will get to the Peak Tram Station and take the classic tram up to the Victoria Peak. It is the best place to have a panoramic view of Hong Kong Island. Finally, from Central, you could take a Star ferry back to the Victoria Harbor in time to watch the wonderful A Symphony of Lights at 20:00.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Day11 Hongkong Exit
After breakfast, check out the hotel and take the bus No.A22 to the airport for your homeward flight. Should you plan to stay longer in Hong Kong, we are there to assist you with the hotel bookings.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
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Prices are per person in US Dollars; departures are guaranteed even with one person! Currency Converter
MonthArrival DateDeparture DateDouble OccupancySingle Room Supplement 
Jan. 2018Jan 06(Sat) Jan 16(Tue) $1619 $1424$559
Feb. 2018Feb 03(Sat) Feb 13(Tue) $1579 $1389$499
Mar. 2018Mar 04(Sun) Mar 14(Wed) $1619 $1424$569
Mar 11(Sun) Mar 21(Wed) $1619 $1424$569
Mar 25(Sun) Apr 04(Wed) $1649 $1451$549
Mar 31(Sat) Apr 10(Tue) $1879 $1653$639
Apr. 2018Apr 05(Thu) Apr 15(Sun) $1949 $1715$719
Apr 12(Thu) Apr 22(Sun) $1949 $1715$719
Apr 19(Thu) Apr 29(Sun) $1949 $1715$719
Apr 26(Thu) May 06(Sun) $1899 $1671$659
May. 2018May 03(Thu) May 13(Sun) $1899 $1671$659
May 10(Thu) May 20(Sun) $1899 $1671$659
May 17(Thu) May 27(Sun) $1899 $1671$659
May 24(Thu) Jun 03(Sun) $1899 $1671$659
May 31(Thu) Jun 10(Sun) $1859 $1635$609
Jun. 2018Jun 07(Thu) Jun 17(Sun) $1849 $1627$609
Jun 14(Thu) Jun 24(Sun) $1849 $1627$609
Jun 21(Thu) Jul 01(Sun) $1849 $1627$609
Jun 28(Thu) Jul 08(Sun) $1879 $1653$609
Jul. 2018Jul 05(Thu) Jul 15(Sun) $1879 $1653$609
Jul 12(Thu) Jul 22(Sun) $1879 $1653$609
Jul 19(Thu) Jul 29(Sun) $1879 $1653$609
Jul 26(Thu) Aug 05(Sun) $1879 $1653$609
Aug. 2018Aug 02(Thu) Aug 12(Sun) $1889 $1662$619
Aug 09(Thu) Aug 19(Sun) $1889 $1662$619
Aug 16(Thu) Aug 26(Sun) $1889 $1662$619
Aug 30(Thu) Sep 09(Sun) $1919 $1688$689
Sep. 2018Sep 06(Thu) Sep 16(Sun) $1919 $1688$689
Sep 13(Thu) Sep 23(Sun) $1919 $1688$689
Sep 20(Thu) Sep 30(Sun) $1919 $1688$689
Oct. 2018Oct 04(Thu) Oct 14(Sun) $1979 $1741$749
Oct 11(Thu) Oct 21(Sun) $1979 $1741$749
Oct 18(Thu) Oct 28(Sun) $1979 $1741$749
Oct 25(Thu) Nov 04(Sun) $1969 $1732$739
Nov. 2018Nov 01(Thu) Nov 11(Sun) $1819 $1600$719
Nov 08(Thu) Nov 18(Sun) $1819 $1600$719
Nov 15(Thu) Nov 25(Sun) $1709 $1503$599
Dec. 2018Dec 08(Sat) Dec 18(Tue) $1669 $1468$579
Dec 22(Sat) Jan 01(Tue) $1679 $1477$579
Jan. 2019Jan 05(Sat) Jan 15(Tue) $1629 $1433$579
Jan 19(Sat) Jan 29(Tue) $1629 $1433$579
Feb. 2019Feb 24(Sun) Mar 06(Wed) $1629 $1433$579
Mar. 2019Mar 05(Tue) Mar 15(Fri) $1629 $1433$579
Mar 12(Tue) Mar 22(Fri) $1629 $1433$579
Mar 26(Tue) Apr 05(Fri) $1699 $1495$579

Remarks: The prices in red reflect 12% discount if you book a 2018 China tour before Dec. 31, 2017.

Price Includes
  • Domestic airfares
  • Hotel accommodation with breakfasts
  • A la carte lunches as itinerary specifies
  • Professional English-speaking guides
  • Drivers & air-conditioned vehicles
  • Entrance fees to tourist sites
  • Tips or gratuities for hotel porters
Price Excludes
  • International airfares
  • Entry Visa fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips or gratuities for guides and drivers
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Book a 2018 China tour before Dec. 31, 2017, and you will enjoy a guaranteed discount of 12% off the tour price.