Amezing China Tour (3 Nights & 4 Days)

Amezing China Tour (3 Nights & 4 Days)

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Rs. 33,188
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Rs. 27,878
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Overview

 Inclusions

    Return Economy Class Airfare on Ethopian Airlines including taxes
    One lunch
    One day Beijig City tour
    Transfer in/ out (Airport-hotel-airport) by hotel bus coaches
    Accommodation for 3 Nights at Choice hotel including breakfast

Itinerary :

    Day 1 : Arrive Beijing
    Arrival in Beijing, meet and transfer to hotel
    Meals: NA
    Day 2 : CITY SIGHTSEEING TOUR
    After Hotel breakfast, visit Tian an men square, Forbidden City, Great Wall,Pass by Olympic Sites and Shopping at Wangfujing Street.
    Meals: Breakfast and Lunch

    Day 3 : Beijing
    A leisure day.
    Meals: Breakfast
    Day 4 : Beijing / Out
    After Hotel breakfast, Free till transfer to airport for return flight.
    Meals: Breakfast
 Price Does not include

    Visa fee charges
    Any kind of soft or hard water bottles consumed on the in restaurant
    Any optional tours
    Any other services not mentioned
    Airport Taxes Extra

Terms and Conditions

    Rates are per person on twin / single sharing basis
    Above rates are valid on minimum 2 adult travelling together
    Hotel rates are not valid during trade fairs, exhibitions & special events
    Rates are subject to change in case of any changes in airport taxes, hotel rates, rate of exchange, transport rates, government taxes or entrance fees
    Meals unless specified are not included
    The check in time is 1400 hours and check out time is 1200 hours for all the hotels. Early check in / late check out is subject to availability of rooms
    The above prices are calculated based on the lowest available airfare. Prices are subject to change due to non availability of seats in the required class at the time of booking.
    The rate of exchange taken for computing the above price is Rs. 50 to US$ 1. In the event of an increase in the ROE, the prices defined may change
    Some schedule and timing detail may change upon the suitability and without prior notice
    Any uncompleted booking, supplier will has right to deny the booking accordingly
 

Amezing China Tour

China, a large tourist country, boast numerous attractions, from historical sites, cultural sites to scenic sites. From the overwhelming Forbidden City and world-renowned Great Wall in Beijing, impressive Terracotta Warriors and Horses in Xian, the breathtaking Li River in Guilin, prosperous Bund in metropolitan Shanghai, majestic Yangtze River, to captivating water-town in Suzhou, mesmerizing Jiuzhaigou Valley, ancient Lijiang Old Town and mysterious Tibet. Such top attractions in China are all what you can not miss in a fantastic Browse the following popular China tourist attractions and click for information.
Thanks to its long history, many scenic spots and superb services as well as accommodations, Beijing, the capital of China, ranked number one on the list of 2012 best city for tourism on Chinese mainland, according to a report recently released by Forbes China.



Tourism is known as the "Smokeless Industry" or the "Invisible Trade." It is an emerging economic sector which features less investment and big profits. The industry is not only related to beautiful attractions, but also to a large number of services, including transportation, dining, shopping and entertainment. With China’s rapid development, more and more Chinese have taken to traveling on holidays. According to the 2011 data of China National Tourism Administration, the nation had at that time received 135 million inbound tourists and earned US$48.46 billion in foreign exchange revenues, a 1.2% and 5.8% increase respectively compared to 2010.

The number of domestic tourists exceeded 2.64 billion and income reached up to 1.9 trillion yuan (US$304.7 billion), increasing 13.2% and 23.6% respectively compared to the 2010 numbers. Tourism has become one of China’s fastest growing industries. According to the report, this year's rankings are based on six tourist criteria, including the inbound tourism number, the domestic tourism number, tourism foreign exchange earnings, domestic tourism income, the number of star hotels and the number of outstanding scenic spots (rated higher than 4A).



Located in Central China, Wuhan, the capital of Hubei Province, is one of the most prosperous cities in China. With its convenient transportation system, it can be accessed easily from any place across the nation. It is also one of China’s most ancient cities, featuring some 3500 years of history. The city can boast numerous scenic spots such as the Hubei Provincial Museum, one of the leading museums in China, which is home to more than 200,000 precious relics; and the Yellow Crane Tower, one of the most famous towers in China. Besides the aforementioned, Hubu Lane and Jiqing Street are the most popular places to enjoy a local snack or pick out some beautiful additions to your wardrobe. Although very hot in summer, people can visit the Wuhan Jiangtan tourist area to indulge in some water games or simply enjoy the area’s amazing scenery.

China, known as the Middle Kingdom by the ancient Chinese as the centre of the universe, is the 3rd largest country in the world. It is surrounded by 14 other nations and has 5 different time zones. A visit to China offers the opportunity to view the development and progress of this country with its modern skyscrapers and contemporary designs but at the same time, it is also the world’s oldest continuous civilization and this can be seen everywhere you travel. A short list of must sees - and this is a very short list – are Beijing, the capital with the Great Wall of China and the Imperial Palace also known as the Forbidden City, Shanghai, a city for the future but retaining its contrasting old neighbourhoods, Xian, China’s oldest city with the renowned. life-size Terra Cotta Warriors, Guilin with its unique mountain and river scenery, Lhasa, Tibet with the majestic Potala Palace overlooking the city, Suzhou, also known as the Venice of the East with its network of canals, silk industry and ornamental gardens and Kunming with its myriad of ethnic minorities.



Want to get off the beaten track? Consider a trip along the Silk Road of China stopping at the same places Marco Polo did many centuries ago. Want to go cruising while experiencing beautiful scenery? Consider a Yangtze River cruise.
And let’s not forget the various wide ranging food styles in China such as Shanghainese or Szechuan cuisines.Two neighbours of China are Hong Kong and Macau. Both make for the perfect extension after visiting China. Honk Kong’s wonderful geographical coastal setting with its busy but scenic harbour dominated by Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island is just one of the many attractions here. Macau, a short ferry ride away from Hong Kong still retains its Portuguese heritage in its interesting architecture and cuisine.
 

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