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Beijing , Shanghai

6 Nights / 7 Days

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Departure : Arrive from Anywhere to Beijing

Tour Highlights


Economy Class Return Airfare
All Transfer are Private Basis


3 Night(s) in Beijing at Shangyuan Hotel or similar
3 Night(s) in Shanghai at Rayfont Downtown Hotel Shanghai or similar


Beijing, China
Great Wall Of China (Badaling side with cable car)
Olympic Stadium - Bird Nest (Outside)
Summer Palace
Forbidden City Beijing
Tiananmen Square Beijing
Golden Mask Show
Temple Of Heaven
Water Cube (Outside)

Shanghai, China
The Legendary Bund
Yu Garden
Oriental Pearl Tower
Huangpu River Cruise
Jade Buddha Temple
Maglev Train - One Way Trip
Peoples Square


6 Breakfast
1 Local Lunch
6 Dinner

Day Wise Itinerary

DAY 1: Arrival - Beijing By International Flight
Arrive in Beijing the capital of the People’s Republic of China, which is over 3,000 years old. Evening enjoy Golden mask show in the evening. Check in Hotel. Overnight in Beijing.


DAY 2: Beijing
Breakfast at hotel, visit to the world famous Tiananmen Square the biggest square in the world that lies in the center of the city. Then the Forbidden City from which the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties governed for over 500 years. Latter visit the Summer Palace, the largest and best preserved of all the imperial palace gardens, and boasts such delights as the “Marble Boat” and the ornately painted” Long Corridor”. at local restaurant. Overnight in Beijing.
Breakfast Dinner

DAY 3: Beijing
Breakfast at hotel, Begin today’s full tour with visit the fabled Great Wall Badaling Pass a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a massive defensive structure built to keep off intrusion. Visit a Longdi Jade shop where we will learn about Chinese jade culture. Later proceed to see the Bird’s Nest (Olympic National Stadium outside) and the Water Cube (Outside). Overnight in Beijing.

Breakfast Local Lunch Dinner

DAY 4: Beijing - Shanghai
After breakfast, visit temple of heaven and then transfer to Shanghai by Train. Overnight in Shanghai.

Breakfast Dinner

DAY 5: Shanghai
Breakfast at Hotel, then visit the Visit Oriental TV Tower(02ball),then lovely old Yuyuan Garden- look nine zig zag bridge with golden fish pond, bridges and pavilions. Then we step onto Yu Market. Later, visit People Square and The Bund. Evening enjoy the Huangpu River Cruise. Overnight in Shanghai.
Breakfast Dinner

DAY 6: Shanghai
Breakfast at Hotel, then visit the Jade Buddha temple and shopping. Overnight in Shanghai.

Breakfast Dinner

DAY 7: Back To India
Breakfast at hotel , then transfer to airport by Maglev Train and back to Home.


Tour Inclusions

Economy Class Return Airfare 
Accommodation on twin sharing basis with breakfast in Standard category rooms
Professional English Speaking Guide
Beijing to Shanghai Bullet Train -2nd class
One bottle of mineral water per person per day for free
All Entrance Fees Mentioned In Itinerary First Gate Entrance.
No refund for un-used tours, rooms, meals and transfer service
All transfer in Air – Conditioned Coach on private Basis in china

Tour Exclusions

5% GST Will Be Applicable On Total Tour Cost.
Travel Insurance
China visa cost- 7500/- INR per person approx. for Indian passport holder and for USA Passport Holder 5000/- INR extra per person
Tip for driver and guide; USD 10 Per person per day
High season surcharge if any applicable
Domestic Flight
Supplement cost applicable for Airport transfers between 2200HRS to 0730HRS.





Great Wall Of China (Badaling side with cable car)

The Great Wall is a must for a China tour, while Badaling is a must for a Great Wall tour. Badaling Great Wall in Beijing is the best-preserved and most complete section among the various, hence the most popular, even among world leaders. It has drawn tens of millions of tourists both from home and abroad. More than 370 foreign leaders and celebrities have visited it, including former US presidents Nixon, Reagan, Carter, and Gorge W Bush, Queen Elizabeth II of UK, and former South Africa president Mandela.You should visit it at least once in your life.
Why visit Badaling rather than others
It is the most popular section.
It is the best-preserved and most complete section.
Compared with other sections, most stairs are not very steep and they are equipped with handrails, so it is a relatively easier climb.
This section has been equipped with cable car and pulley to save energy, and it even has some facilities to make it easier for seniors and the disabled.
It is close to downtown Beijing, about 43 miles (70 kilometers) away, and easy to reach by public transportation.
Two way cable car included.
Cable car: available at the east section of the Great Wall.
One cable car holds four people. The cable car lifts us to the middle part of the Badaling Great Wall.

Olympic Stadium - Bird Nest (Outside)

Bird's Nest, the National Stadium is situated in Olympic Green Village, Chaoyang District of Beijing City. It was designed as the main stadium of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The Olympic events of track and field, football, gavelock, weight throw and discus were held there. Since October 2008, after the Olympics ended, it has been opened as a tourist attraction. Now, it's the center of international or domestic sports competition and recreation activities. In 2022, the opening and closing ceremonies of another important sport event, Winter Olympic Games will be held here.
The construction of the National Stadium started on December 24, 2003. On July 2004, the project was stopped temporarily due to the amendment of the design. On December 27 of the same year, the construction was resumed and finished in March, 2008. The total cost was more than 423 million dollars, a tiny fraction of the 40 billion USD spent on Beijing in preparation for the Olympics.
The Bird’s Nest was designed by Swiss Architects, Herzog & de Meuron, and a Chinese Architect, Li Xinggang. The requirements for its design were that it had to be inspiring and be able to withstand an earthquake.The design came from the idea of a single thread wrapped round a ball. Layers of logical geometry give the appearance of randomness and an organic shape.
It is 333 meters long from north to south, 294 meters wide from east to west, and the highest point is 68.5 meters. The stadium's design originally called for a capacity of 100,000 people; however 9,000 were removed during a simplification of the design. The new total of 91,000 was shaved further when 11,000 temporary seats were removed after the 2008 Olympics; bringing the stadium's current capacity to 80,000 seats.
Olympic Stadium is most impressive from the outside, where it’s bird’s nest shape is apparent. Situated on the Beijing Olympic Green, Olympic Stadium is free to enjoy from the outside, but you’ll have to pay a fee if you want to enter the stadium.

Summer Palace

The Summer Palace, in northwest Beijing, is said to be the best conserved royally garden in the world, and the largest of its kind still in survival in China. It is just a short drive (15 km) from focal Beijing, yet appears a different universe. The Summer Palace’s landscape gardens, temples, and pavilions were designed to achieve harmony with nature, to soothe, and to please the eye. During the hot Beijing summers, the imperial family favored the beautiful gardens and airy pavilions of the Summer Palace to the walled-in Forbidden City. Dowager Empress Cixi took up permanent residence there for a time, giving rise to some magnificent tales of lavishness and surplus. The Summer Palace was recorded as World Heritage in 1998. UNESCO detailed that the Summer Palace is "a perfect work of art of Chinese scene garden structure". It blends plants and ways, water and land, engineering and agriculture, encapsulating the way of thinking and practice of Chinese nursery structure, which assumed a key job in the improvement of this social structure all through the East. It is a potent symbol of one of the world’s major civilizations.

Forbidden City Beijing

Beijing, Jing for short, is a metropolitan area in northern China and the capital of China. Lying 70 mi (102 km) west of Bohai Sea, it limits Hebei Province to the north, west, south, and for a small section in the east and Tianjin to the southeast. This city is a major transportation hub, with dozens of railways, roads and motorways passing through the city. It is also the destination of many intercontinental flights arriving in China. It is highly regarded as the political and cultural center of China. Bejing City is beauty in its own, as it always reimagines itself as it races towards the future and yes it really does as it is becoming glorious, it has notorious past and food is obsession here. Encounter amazing dishes here with our China tour packages as there are very few places on earth which has a talent to serve delightful dishes like dumplings and chewy noodles. On the every corner of China you will find good food. This amazing city is also home to some of the world’s most innovative and modern buildings.

Tiananmen Square Beijing

Situated at the center of Beijing City and the centre of Chang'an Avenue is the noteworthy Tiananmen Square, where you can visit the Tiananmen Tower, Monument to the People's Heroes, Extraordinary Hall of the People, Chairman Mao Zedong Memorial Hall and see the national banner raising service. It attracts thousands of tourists from all corners of the world. And you cannot afford to miss out on exploring it. Flanked by triumphalist soviet style structures, and ringed by low rise edge fences, the world's biggest open square is an immense flatland which remains in the heart of Beijing. The soldiers emerge here through the gate of heavenly peace to goose step across the reverse ceremony which is performed at sunset. Don’t miss out this attraction, during your visit to china. Explore it and make your trip memorable and cherish this experience throughout your life.

Golden Mask Show

Set in the Golden Mask Dynasty, a legendary age in China, the story tells how a queen, who wears a golden mask, and creates a splendid dynasty. The play has eight chapters and included more than 200 actors from China and abroad. Produced by Chinese playwrights, directors and designers, the play features Chinese dances, acrobatics, costumes, and lighting and acoustics.

Temple Of Heaven

Built in the capital city of China, this beautiful temple was built in the mid fifteenth century by a same ruler who assembled the Forbidden City close to Beijing. The temple is said to have the past rulers to China. Its exceptional design leaves travelers awe-strucked, and it sets in the heart if Beijing as it is loved by locals and visitors alike. First built in 1420, the 18th year of the reign of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644), Temple of Heaven was bloated and rebuilt during the rule of the Ming emperor and the Qing emperor Qianlong. In 1988, it was opened to the public as a park showcasing the ancient philosophy, history, and rich culture of china. Its grand and amazing architectural style gives an insight into the practices of the ancient Eastern civilization. Explore the symbol if peace and serenity with our China holiday tour packages.

Water Cube (Outside)

The Beijing National Aquatics Center, known as the Water Cube, is an aquatics center that was built alongside the Beijing National Stadium for the 2008 Summer Olympics. It maybe known as the cube, but the building is shaped like a rectangle. During the 2008 Olympics, a staggering and impressive 25 world records were made in the complex. The park has gone through quite a few changes to attract visitors to the Olympic site, and make it the attraction that it is today. In August 2010, the 20,000 sq ft Water Cube reopened as an exciting destination for those who love water. It is thought to be Asia’s largest water park and features a wave pool, lazy river, spa, water slides and various rides.
The Water Cube was designed by PTW Architects and Ove Arup. Their unique and inspired design was based on the way soap bubbles come together in a 12 or 14-sided cell structure.This advanced membrane structure is formed by 3,065 bubble-like pneumatic cushions of all sizes. It becomes the first large-scale public project coated with the membrane, and it also has set up a new world record for its massive deployment.
In 2022, it will be the venue of curling competitions during the Winter Olympic Games.


The Legendary Bund

The Bund is a 1.5 km stretch of waterfront promenade along the Huangpu River.You can take 20-25 minutes photo stop.To the west of this stretch stand 52 buildings of various architectural styles, including Gothic, baroque, and neoclassical styles. It is often referred to as "the museum of buildings".The best way to appreciate the buildings is to have a walk along the Bund. Roaming among the architectural complexes, you'll have a better understanding of the century-long charm of this city.

Yu Garden

Yu Garden is a classical garden ranking among the must-see attractions in Shanghai. Yu Garden was first built in 1559 during the Ming Dynasty and was owned by a government officer named Pan Yunduan. Yu in Chinese means pleasing and satisfying, and this garden was specially built for Pan's parents as a place for them to enjoy a tranquil and happy time in their old age.
Yu Garden occupies an area of 20,000 square meters (about five acres). There are more than 40 scenic spots scattered throughout the garden, which is divided into six parts by five boundary walls. The six scenic areas include the Grand Rockery, the Ten Thousand-Flower Pavilion, the Hall of Heralding Spring, the Hall of Jade Magnificence, the Inner Garden, and the Lotus Pool.

Sansui Hall - includes the Grand Rockery, a 12-meter-high rockery made of huangshi stone, featuring peaks, cliffs, winding caves, and gorges. This scenery was possibly created by Zhang Nanyang during the Ming Dynasty.
Wanhua Chamber – Chamber of the Ten Thousand Flowers
Dianchun Hall - Built in 1820, the first year of the Daoguang Emperor; served as the base of the Small Swords Society from September 1853 to February 1855

Yuhua Hall - Furnished with rosewood pieces from the Ming Dynasty, shares its name with a mountain near Xinye in Zhejiang.

Inner Garden - Rockeries, ponds, pavilions, and towers; first laid out in 1709 and more recently recreated in 1956 by combining its east and west gardens.
Each area is separated from the others by "dragon walls" with undulating gray tiled ridges, each terminating in a dragon's head.

Oriental Pearl Tower

Shanghai Oriental Pearl Tower is located in Pudong Park in Lujiazui, Shanghai. It creates a picture of 'twin dragons playing with pearls'. The entire scene is a photographic jewel that excites the imagination and attracts thousands of visitors year-round.
This 468 meters (1,536 feet) high tower is the world's sixth and China's second tallest TV and radio tower. It is amazing that this ultra-modern Oriental Pearl TV Tower combines ancient concepts such as the spherical pearls, with 21st Century technology, commerce, recreation, educational and conference facilities. It really is a TV and radio tower that services the city with more than nine television channels and upwards of ten FM radio channels. Truly, 'oriental pearl' is the most suitable name for it.
The Oriental Pearl TV Tower consists of three main full-scope sightseeing spheres. Each of these spheres offers an observation deck. Visitors can enjoy the breathtaking view of Shanghai at different heights. It also contain Shanghai History Museum on the ground level.

Huangpu River Cruise

"This River is known as the mother of river Shanghai, it stretches 113 kilometres with an average width of 400 meters and depth of 9 meters. It has gradually dived city in two sections: Pudong in east and Puxi in the west. There are various cruise options which may vary in size, capacity and decorations. The cruises can hold passengers from 80- 1000. Pack your bags and get ready to explore enjoy cruising on Huangpu River, and that too when weather is beautiful, you will absolutely love it.

Jade Buddha Temple

In the western piece of Shanghai, an exceptionally present day and prosperous city, which is a respected and popular Buddhist sanctuary named as Jade Buddha Temple. In 1882, this temple was built to keep two jade Buddha statues which were brought from Burma by a monk. The temple was damaged during the revolt that ousted the Qing Dynasty. Fortunately the statues were saved and another temple was based on the current site in 1928 and afterward it was named the Jade Buddha Temple. It is notable for the two bits of Jade Buddha – one is the sitting Jade Buddha of 1.95 meters tall and the other is the more diminutive reclining Jade Buddha of 0.96 meters tall.

Maglev Train - One Way Trip

Tour Included one way maglev train from Longyang Road Station to Pudong Internatonal Airport Shanghai or vice a versa .
The Shanghai Maglev Train is a magnetic levitation train, or maglev. The line is the third commercially operated magnetic levitation line in history, after the British Birmingham Maglev and the German M-Bahn, and the first commercial high-speed maglev. It is the fastest commercial high-speed electric train in the world. The train line connects Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Longyang Road Station. Inaugurated on 31st Dec, 2002. At full speed, the journey takes 7 minutes and 20 seconds to complete the distance of 30 km (18.6 mi), although some trains in the early morning and late afternoon take about 50 seconds longer. A train can reach 350 km/h (217 mph) in 2 minutes, with the maximum normal operation speed of 431 km/h (268 mph) reached thereafter.

Peoples Square

"People's square is a spectacular space in the heart of the city. It is a garden-type open space surrounded by buildings and facilities for administration, cultural activities, transportation and commerce. The central square lies between People's Mansion and Shanghai Museum with two smaller squares on each side. The total area covers up to 1,806,600 square meters. There are 36 lights with stereo around the central square and 6 pieces of relief which reflect history and culture of Shanghai. Two small pieces of grasslands are decorated with flower terraces and sculptures. The large square is circled with a green belt made up of camphor trees, pines and shrubbery. A stone path, lined with chairs, wanders through the green belt.
Every day visitors will see thousands of doves which provide a peaceful and matronly atmosphere there. Moreover, the square is one of the city's important transportation hubs, so there are loads of jumping-off stops of public traffic routs around it.

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