China - 5 nights Beijing & Shanghai

China - 5 nights Beijing & Shanghai

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Day 01 : Arrival Beijing
Welcome to Beijing. You will be met by our representative at the arrivals hall who will transfer you to your hotel.
Rest of the day at your leisure and Indian dinner at a local restaurant.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 02 : Beijing
Breakfast at the hotel. Later proceed on a tour Jade shop to taste the Chinese Jade culture followed by a day of breathtaking sights as we head towards The Great Wall. This structure was a massive defense project that represented the wisdom and tenacity of the ancient Chinese, till today the The Great Wall of China has been a symbolic achievement of the Chinese people. Then you will have a delicious Chinese lunch after which the tour will take you to see the Beijing National stadium ( birds' nest ) - the main track and the field stadium for the 2008 summer Olympics and also the host to the opening and closing ceremonies. Lastly a visit to Tong Ren Tang medical centre.
Dinner at a local Indian restaurant & overnight at the hotel.
Day 03 : Beijing
After breakfast, proceed on a full day tour covering Summer Palace - regarded as the largest imperial garden in china, Beijing's summer palace is in fact a park styled royal retreat extending out over 10 square miles in the north west suburban Beijing. After Lunch the tour proceed to the Temple of Heaven - Its worked as a sacrificial compound buildings for the Ming & Qing emperors. It boasts of the largest sacrificial place in Beijing among a few imperial altars to heaven, Earth and the Sun. Wangfujing Street - the most fashionable and trendy shopping street in the central Beijing. This street is considered as number one street in China. Lastly a visit to a silk shop to experience Chinese silk culture.
Dinner at a local Indian restaurant & overnight at the hotel.
Overnight at the hotel.
Day 04 : Beijing - Shanghai
After breakfast and check-out formalities, you will be transferred to the airport for your flight to Shanghai ( flight not included in the package price ).
Upon arrival at the Shanghai airport you will be greeted by our office rep who will transfer you to your pre-booked hotel. Check-in to your room upon arrival.
A visit to the famous Nanjing road for shopping and the Bund area is part of your itinerary today. Lunch & Dinner at a local Indian restaurant and overnight at your hotel.
Day 05 : Shanghai
Breakfast will be served at your hotel. Proceed on a tour to People square & Yu garden - A traditional Chinese park with beautiful pavilions, miniatures lakes & bridges. The tour will then proceed to Cheng Huang temple, which is composed of many halls.
Lunch & dinner at a local Indian restaurant and overnight at the hotel.
Day 06 : Depart Shanghai
After breakfast you will be picked up from your hotel for a transfer to the airport for a flight to onward destination.

Chani Beijing - Shanghai visting places:

Around the time the morning coffee starts flowing, the lane outside my courtyard house near one of China’s oldest working temples comes to life. The aged knife sharpener pedals slowly by — the clang of grinding metal on stones a developing-world version of the ice cream truck jingle. A rice seller passes a few minutes later, his wagon crammed with sacks of kernels. Retirees in pajamas emerge laden with caged songbirds that they hang in low branches. On summer evenings, my neighbors bet on cricket fights over beers. Everyone chain smokes.

This is hidden Beijing, a world that still survives just beyond the six-lane boulevards and gleaming skyscrapers. Here lies a rough beauty unique among Chinese cities — a metropolis filled with history careening into the future. Just look for the Buddhist monk gabbing into his Bluetooth. 
Centuries ago, the emperor’s feng shui masters chose this arid basin for its spiritual energy and designed a capital that would survive sandstorms, dynasties and Chairman Mao. Holdovers from this ancient city’s time as the nexus of China’s political and creative power poke through the neon in surprising ways, fueling an urban culture where imperial shrines abut indie rock clubs.
At once authoritarian and optimistic, Beijing is meant to impress. But it’s easy to miss its riches without a guide, so here are some highlights that will ensure that you get the most out of a week in the capital. 
Walk Beijing’s faceless bureaucrats may pay lip service to their nation’s ancient history, but the swift disappearance of the city’s historic hutongs, or alleys, reveal their fondness for the bulldozer. Luckily, a small network of hutongs in the heart of the city remains unscathed, so make sure to add a hutong stroll to your Beijing itinerary. Start off at the Lama Temple and head west down quaint, leafy Guozijian street, named for the imperial academy where Qing dynasty scholars once studied to become officials. The academy and the adjacent Confucius temple are serene places to take in Beijing’s historical significance before facing its modern incarnation as a city of fortunetellers, home design stores and cafes.


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