BEIJING & SHANGHAI Tour Package

Beijing / Shanghai Tour Package

A country where peace, harmony and unity between different races such as Malays, Indians, Chinese and other ethnic groups collide. A paradise where hundreds of colorful festivals are celebrated. With Kuala Lumpur, as its capital, you can discover and experience the towering skyscrapers. You may also experience relaxation and calmness on its mountains, island and beaches and rain forests.

4D3N Beijing Free and Easy Package


$44/pax


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Booking & Travel Period: May 2018 - February 2019


HOTEL:

City Inn Hotel

 

Inclusions:

 

• 3 Nights Hotel Accommodation
• Meals based on itinerary

• Round trip airport transfers
• Tours based on itinerary

• Minimum of 2 Persons

 

Exclusion:

 

• Complimentary tour guide tipping: $5/pax/day

 

Itinerary:

 

Day 1: Arrival in Beijing
Meet and greet tour guide, then transfer to hotel for check in and overnight stay.


Day 2: Beijing (B/L)
Visit Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City & Wangfujing Street

Day 3: Beijing (B/L)

Visit Great wall of China (Juyongguan), Jade Shop, Herbal Medicine Shop, Olympic Green Common Domain, Bird Nest and Water Cube & Silk Shop.


Day 4: Beijing - Manila (B)
Visit the Pearl Shop. Then, you can have your free time until transfer to airport comes to pick you up for departure.


4D3N Shanghai Free and Easy Package


$108/pax


Booking & Travel Period: May 2018 - February 2019


HOTEL:

Rayfont Xuhui Hotel

 

Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival in Shanghai
Meet and greet tour guide, then transfer to hotel for check in and overnight stay.


Day 2: Shanghai (B/L)
Visit Yuyuan Bazaar, Shanghai Old Town, People’s Square, The Bund, Nanjing Road, Chinese Medicine Shop, Outside Picture taking of Oriental TV Tower & International Convention Center, Xin Tian Di Entertainment Complex, Silk Shop, Jade Shop, Bamboo Charcoal Shop.

Day 3: Shanghai (B)
Free at own leisure.


Day 4: Shanghai - Manila (B)

Free for own leisure until time for departure.


OPTIONAL TOUR:
• Shanghai Disneyland (Ticket Only): US$ 82/pax

Attractions

Beijing can be described as the heart and soul of China for it has witnessed all the past dynasties in the Chinese history, which made it more attractive and interesting for the tourists. While, Shanghai is known as being the most developed city in China. One of the famous tourist spots in Beijing is the Forbidden City which is one of the world's most magnificent palaces. Second is the Tiananmen Square which is the fourth largest city square in the world. It has great cultural significance as it was the site of several important events in Chinese history. Next is the Temple of Heaven, which is a complex of religious buildings situated in the Southern Part of Central Beijing. Lastly is the famous Great Wall of China which is built to protect the Chinese empire or its prototypical states against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces.

In Shanghai, there are several attractions offered such as The Bund which is the most famous landmark in Shanghai. Next is the Yuyuan Garden which is the largest of Shanghai's ancient gardens with architectural styles of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. A trip to Shanghai won't be complete with a visit in the Jade Buddha Temple composing of halls such as the Halls of Heavenly Kings, Hall of the Sleeping Buddha and the Hall of the Jade Buddha. Last is the Nanjing Road which is the main shopping street of Shanghai and is one of the world's busiest shopping streets.

 

Events & Festivals

China has traditional Chinese Festivals which is the Chinese New Year, the Lantern Festival, the Qingming Festival, and the Winter Solstice which is celebrated annually. Other traditional Chinese festivals include Chinese Spring Festival, Chinese Dragon Boat Festival, Mid-Autumn Festival and the Hungry Ghost Festival. They also celebrate Modern Festivals nowadays. Some of it is the Beijing International Beer Festival, Beijing Changdian Temple Fair, Baiyun Temple Fair, and the Longqing Ice & Snow Festival.

 

Culture & Heritage

Chinese culture is one of the oldest cultures in the world where customs and traditions are highly respected and was given a huge importance to their lives. Their culture includes their language, literature, music and dance, arts, martial arts, clothing and fashion, architecture, cuisine which includes the tea ceremony, and their religion.

 

Tours & Walks

Walking around the city of Beijing makes your tour more complete. But you will not see your most desired attractions just by walking around the main city for you will see more buildings nowadays. But taking a walk will make you better familiar with the cities people and culture. Of course, a tour won't be complete without the taste of the Chinese Cuisine offered in all the Chinese Restaurants found in the area. And lastly, for every tourist, your one last stop is the shopping area.

 

Language

The official language of China is the Mandarin, which is the very name of 'Hanyu' or 'Putonghua', belonging to Sino-Tibetan.