Shanghai Beijing High-speed Train 2 Day TourThis Beijing Shanghai Tour is a China train trip begins from Shanghai.On your Shanghai vacations,You will take a high-speed train to Beijng for 5 hours.Then you will visit The Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Mutianyu Great Wall, Shichahai Area, Drum tower.All the sight spots are very classic.
|Tour Dates||Destinations||Services Provided||Meals Included|
|Day 1||Shanghai - Beijing||Mutianyu Great Wall||Lunch|
|Day 2||Beijing - Shanghai||Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Shichahai Area, Drum Tower||Breakfast,Lunch|
Place & Transport:Shanghai - Beijing
Today's Activities: Mutianyu Great Wall
Pick you up from your hotel in Shanghai and transfer to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station. Take No.G102(07:00/12:20) for Beijing. Meet by our tour guide and transfer you to Mutianyu Great Wall for 2 hours walking on the wall, one of the most beautiful sections of the sections of the Great Wall around Beijing.
Head back to the downtown Beijing and back to your hotel.
Mutianyu Great Wall:The Mutianyu section of Great Wall is located in Huairou district, about 80 km north from downtown Beijing. The Mutianyu Great Wall is less crowded than Badaling Great Wall.Day 2
Place & Transport:Beijing - Shanghai
Today's Activities:Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Shichahai Area, Drum Tower
After breakfast at your hotel, start your tour with the visit to Tiananmen Square, the largest public square in the world. Then move on to the Forbidden City the Chinese imperial palace from the mid-Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty.
Ahead to Shichahai Area behind Beihai Park for Hutong tour. Then ascend the Drum Tower and have a bird's eye view of the old Beijing - Shichahai area.
After Chinese lunch, transfer to Beijing South Railway Station. Take No.G19(16:00/20:55) for Shanghai. Arrive in Shanghai and go back to your hotel on your own.
Forbidden City: the largest and best-preserved ancient imperial palaces group with 500 years history. The palace was built between 1406 and 1420, but was burnt down, rebuilt, sacked and renovated countless times, so most of the architecture you can see today dates from the 1700’s and onwards.
Tiananmen Square: Tiananmen Square is the heart and symbol of Beijing and is the biggest square in the world as well. The square can hold about one million people for public celebration or gatherings. On the west of Tiananmen Square it is the Great Hall of the People, the meeting place of national people's congress of the People's Republic of China. There are Monument to the People's Heroes and Chairman Mao's Mausoleum on the south. On the east of Tiananmen Square is The National Museum of China, and visiting the exhibition is like reading concise China General History.
Shichahai Area:It is a famous scenic area that includes three lakes (Qian Hai, meaning Front Sea; Hou Hai, meaning Back Sea and Xi Hai, meaning Western Sea).
Drum Tower:dating from 1420, is sure to bring you back to the old Beijing by seeing the big drum tower and having bird's eye view of the surrounding communities of hutongs and siheyuan - existing traditional courtyards in Beijing.
|Travelling Party||Luxury Class||Standard Class||Comfortable Class|
|10 persons up||$448||$418||$393|
|Single room Supplement||$73||$48||$33|
|Recommended Hotels||Crowne Plaza Beijing||Sunworld Hotel Beijing||Holiday Inn Express Temple of Heaven|
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Dear Joa : My huaband and I just got home from China. It was worth all the money we spent.The tour was wonderful ! Most importantly,we want to thanks our guide Rebecca she was very nice and helpful and taking good care of us very step of the journey.Especially when we walk on the great wall some of the steps were very big which hard for us climing. He was like a crutch to assist us successful climb ... more
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