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17 Days 16 Nights China Tour with Yangtze Cruise


  • Learn about the royal anecdotes in two historical cities – Beijing and Xian
  • Take a cruise on the Yangtze River to see the magnificent Three Gorges
  • Purify your soul in Tibet, the Roof of the World
  • See the loveliest giant pandas eating bamboos in Chengdu


Day 1  Beijing Arrival

Welcome to Beijing, a historical city with a splendidcivilization and one of the most prosperous cities in China. With a populationof more than 20 million, Beijing is the place where countless people search fortheir dreams. There are countless cultural collisions and blends here everyday.

Your tour guide and driver will be waiting for you at the airportor train station.

Accommodation: Hotel in Beijing

Meals: None

Day 2  Beijing Royal Relics

Forbidden City
The Forbidden City is now open to the public as a Palace Museum. It has a collection of more than 1.86 million sets and is one of the five largest museums in the world. The exhibits collected in the Palace Museum are unparalleled in terms of artistic value and fineness.
Tian’anmen gate
Tian’anmen gate is the middle gate of the imperial city of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911 AD). Only the emperors were allowed to enter and exit the imperial city through the middle gate. A portrait of Chairman Mao hangs above the central gate.
Jingshan Park
Jingshan Park is located at the central point of the north-south central axis of Beijing City. It is adjacent to the Forbidden City in the south, Beihai in the west, and the Drum Tower in the north. It used to be the highest point in the center of Beijing.
Summer Palace
The Summer Palace was built by the Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty (1636 to 1912 AD). He was fond of the gardens in the south Yangtze area, so many imitations of attractions in south Yangtze area were built in the Summer Palace.

Accommodation: Hotel in Beijing

Meals: Breakfast   Lunch

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