China Triangle

INR. 1,35,000

China Triangle

Duration 8Days / 7Nights
Price Starting From Rs. 1,35,000
Additional Inclusion

– 03 nights accommodation in Beijing

– 02 nights accommodation in Xian

– 02 nights accommodation in Shangha

– Meals as specified in the itinerary

– Return airport transfer & sightseeing using Airconditioned Coach on Private basis

– Beijing to Xi’an train ticket and Xi’an to Shanghai domestic flight ticket

– Professional English-speaking Guide

– All Entrance Fee mentioned in itinerary, first gate entrance


Tour Timeline

  • 1
    Day 1/ Beijing

    Upon arrival at Beijing, your tour guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. Overnight in Beijing. 

  • 2
    Day 2/ Beijing

    After breakfast, you go to visit the Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world. From Tiananmen Square enter the Forbidden City. This massive complex was the center of the Ming and Qing dynasties. With almost 10,000 rooms, this well-preserved imperial palace is the largest in the world. This afternoon you tour the magnificent Temple of Heaven, a Ming Temple where the emperors performed annual rites essential for the well Beijing of their land. Overnight in Beijing. (B, L) 

  • 3
    Day 3/ Beijing

    Breakfast at the hotel. Today you will experience the splendor of the Great Wall of China, the pride of China and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is an amazing man-made structure built over 2000 years ago to protect China from northern invaders. After lunch, you visit the Summer Palace, which is 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”. On the way back to the hotel, you have a stop at National Stadium (Bird Nets) and Water Cube and take some pictures outside. Overnight in Beijing. (B, L)

  • 4
    Day 4/ Beijing – Xi’an

    Breakfast at the hotel. Before heading to Xi’an, you can take a short Hutong Tour by Rickshaw to get a closer look of the lifestyles of China’s ancient Imperial Court. After that, be transferred to the railway station for a High Speed Train riding to Xi’an, cost you about 6 hours. Upon arrival, meet local guide and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Xian. (B, L)

  • 5
    Day 5/ Xi’an

    After breakfast, the day begins with a visit the vast treasure of the underground army of the TerraCotta Warriors. They are to be found at an archaeological site which so far has yielded some 8000 ancient terracotta soldiers and horses, each a unique, finely detailed sculpture. This afternoon, visit the Ancient City Wall which was erected in the 14th century Ming Dynasty. It is the best preserved, as well as the oldest and largest of the city defense systems in China. This evening enjoys a spectacular Tang Dynasty Dinner Show. Overnight in Xian. (B, L, SD)

  • 6
    Day 6/ Xi’an – Shanghai

    : After breakfast, guide first takes you to visit the Provincial Museum. Since it was opened to the public in 1991, its architectural buildings, internal apparatus, and exhibits have made it famous as a first-class museum in China. Next move on to the Big Goose Pagoda, which was built 1,200 years ago, and now is the symbol of the old-line Xian. Then you will be transfer to the airport for your flight to Shanghai. Upon arrival, meet local guide and transfer to hotel. Overnight in Shanghai. (B, L)

  • 7
    Day 7/ Shanghai

    Breakfast at the hotel. Your tour begins with People Square, a spectacular space in the heart of the city. It is a vast green area including plants and trees, and surrounded by great buildings on all sides. Visit the Shanghai Museum a unique and inspiring piece of architecture, home to more than 120,000 cultural relics of ancient China, including a priceless collection of jade, bronze, ceramics, paintings, furniture, etc. Then walk to the Nanjing Pedestrian Road, the first commercial street in Shanghai. Next to the Bund, which is now surrounded by about 50 various buildings of different architectural styles including Gothic, Baroque, Romanesque, Classicism and the Renaissance. Move on to the Yuyuan Garden, a classical Ming Dynasty garden with pavilions, towers and terraces, followed by the Shanghai bazaar. It is teemed with a great number of small streets and lanes where vendors sell their products and food stuffs to the tourists and local people. In the end, we will arrive at Tianzifang, which has US$ 1709 pp 1/2 transformed itself from legacy residential architectures and factories into an artsy area housing bars, cafes, crafts shops, design studios, galleries and boutiques. You will have time on your own here, or can go back to your hotel with the guide. Overnight in Shanghai. (B, L)

  • 8
    Day 8/ Shanghai

    Breakfast at the hotel. Rest of the time is at leisure until your transfer to the airport for flight home. (B)