Tailor make inclusively for student group
Sightseeing, special activities, accommodation, transportation, and meals are carefully arranged with consideration of safety, level of interest, and budget.
Chinese folk & featured activities
Bicycle tour in Shanghai, Chinese calligraphy learning
Yu Garden, Bund, Shanghai Natural History Museum, Master of Nets Garden, Grand Canal
Day 1 Shanghai
Day 2 Shanghai
Your full day tour begins with the Yu Garden (UNESCO). Owing to its ingenious design in Ming and Qing dynasties, it becomes a real museum of Chinese ancient architecture.
Continue to visit the Shanghai Natural History Museum, witnessing the mystery of nature.
Then, take a guided bicycle tour to explore Shanghai (about 3 hours). Staring from central Shanghai, this biking route features many historical and cultural legacies of the city, including the French Concession, Xintiandi, Taikang Road, the Bund and the People's Square.
Day 3 Shanghai - Suzhou – Shanghai (by automobile)
In the morning, take a car ride to from Shanghai to Suzhou, which is known as the "Venice of the East" is also a fantastic choice for student! Suzhou is a 2,500-year-old city renowned the world over for its traditional gardens, ancient canals and silk production.
Upon arrival, you will visit the Master of Nets Garden (UNESCO), the smallest and most delicate of all the beautiful gardens in Suzhou.
Then, learn Chinese calligraphy with other students in a traditional courtyard in Suzhou. Professional teacher will definitely give you an unforgettable time and unique fun in Suzhou!
Later, take a short cruise along the Grand Canal. Get on board and voyage on the longest man-made waterway in the world. The network of picturesque lakes and canals both large and small alongside will remind you at times that you are in an Oriental water wonderland.
Later, take a car ride back to Shanghai and transfer to the hotel.
-- Private tour guide
-- Private air-conditioned coach
-- Land transfers between airport or railway station and hotel
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Chinese lunch as listed
-- Centrally located hotels with breakfast
-- Service charge & government taxes
-- Flight or train ticket
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- China Visa
-- Travel insurance