Day 1 Shanghai
Day 2 Shanghai
The Jade Budda Temple is famous for its two precious jade buddha statues brought from Burma, which are not only rare cultural relics but also exquisite artworks.
The Shanghai Museum has a collection of 120,000 pieces of Chinese ancient treasures.
The Bund,featured outstanding European colonial architectures, is fulled of new skyscrapers and historical buildings in the center of Shanghai.
Day 3 Shanghai - Hangzhou (by Bullet Train)
The Six Harmonies Pagoda is a masterpiece of ancient Chinese architecture. You can get a panoramic view of the Qiantang River on the very top.
Day 4 Hangzhou - Suzhou (by Bullet Train)
The Dragon Well Tea Plantation is one of the origin places of Dragon Well Tea, also called Longjing Tea. The first picked tea leaves of the new harvest were once reserved solely for the Emperor and transported to him via the Grand Canal in ancient China.
The Traditional Chinese Medicine Museum will amaze you at the profound history and culture of Chinese medicine.
The Qinghefang Historical Street has been the most flourished street in the city since the ancient time. Hangzhou’s century-old shops are all located in this area.
Day 5 Suzhou – Shanghai (by Bullet Train)
The Humble Administrator’s Garden is the largest and the most famous garden in Suzhou and contains almost all the features of classical Suzhou gardens. It is celebrated by its exquisite layout of pools, rockeries, islets, bamboo grove, pines, pavilions and corridors.
Take a small boat trip along the Grand Canal and get close to the world's oldest and longest canal.
- Private English-speaking tour guide
- Private air-conditioned van
- Land transfers between airport and hotel
- Entrance ticket as listed
- Lunch as listed
- Hotel accommodation with breakfast
- Bullet train tickets as listed
- Service charge & government taxes
- Flight tickets
- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax fee, phone bills, optional activities
- Gratuities for guides and drivers
- China Visa
- Travel insurance