May.1st-4th Shanghai | Disneyland+West Lake+Wuzhen
As the largest city in China and an economic, commercial and financial center, Shanghai is vital to the country's future. No other city in the country is more vibrant and fascinating or has such a unique colonial past.
Shanghai, literally 'Above the Sea', is a port city on the Huangpu River, where the Yangtze River empties into the East China Sea. Originally a fishing and textiles town, the city gained its identity after it was opened to foreign powers by the 1842 Treaty of Nanking. The British, French, Americans, Germans, and Russians moved in, setting up their distinct Western-style banks, trading houses, and mansions, leaving a permanent architectural legacy.
The city flourished as a cosmopolitan and thriving commercial and financial center, dubbed the "Pairs of the East" in 1920s and 1930s. In spite of being the cradle of Chinese Communism, the city was neglected during the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. In 1990, it was chosen to spearhead modern China's reform and opening up, which resulted in intense development. In addition, the city has often been the inspiration for novels, films and cocktails. It is probably the most evocative city for an outsider to visit all of the country. Beijing may be more mysterious, but Shanghai offers half-understood, semi-mythical images.
Shanghai is always a fun to visit. The commerce river - Huangpu River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, is lined up with a gallery of different architectures, known as the Bund, beckoning to curious visitors and smart locals alike. Although erected during different periods in varying styles such as Gothic, Romanesque or Baroque, those fifty-two buildings stand together in perfect harmony. When night falls, the two most famous - Bank of China Building and the Peace Hotel - are bathed in lavender lighting, and are the most telling witness to the past century of the Bund.
Mansions, garden estates, clubs and cathedrals built by Westerners a century ago are scattered throughout the city. There is even a synagogue, built during the days of an unprecedented Jewish immigration here. Traditional treasures, though not so many as in Beijing, turns up on a walk through the chaotic old city: a teahouse, active temples, ancient pagodas and quintessential southern-Chinese classic gardens such as the Yuyuan Garden.
Across the Huangpu River from the original settlement of Puxi is the city's future, the Pudong New Area. Its modern and ever-expanding skyline includes the emblematic Orient Pearl Tower, the highest observation decks in Asia, the soaring modern art-deco Jin Mao Tower and Shanghai Tower featuring the tallest building in China and the 2nd tallest building in the world by far.
I should say Shanghai is a magic land. It has turned itself from a poor fishing village on the bank of the East China Sea into a prosperous international metropolis which is regarded as “Oriental Paris”. Come to this land today, you can trace back hundreds years’ history of Shanghai and see the future of China and feel how magic this city is.
Most importantly, you’ll spend one full day in the magic world by visiting Shanghai Disney Resort. It is ideal, and it is also real! The dream-like castle and gardens will ignite your dream and free your imagination with a world of creativity and freedom! Come and experience a variety of exhilarating activities now!
What's more, as Hangzhou is only 180km far away from Shanghai; you will aslo have one day round trip to visit the iconic and World Heritage site of Hangzhou–the picturesque West Lake and one of the top six ancient towns in the southern region of the Yangtze River-Wuzhen Water Town.
The tour unfolds itself like a scroll of panoramic sceneries of Shanghai and Hangzhou. You'll visit the Bund, Yuyuan Garden & Shanghai Tower, West Lake and Wuzhen Water Town，and also one whole day Disneyland Park in this 4-day tour.
Highlights of this Tour
Shanghai, regarded as the Oriental Paris, is the best place to see East-meets-West Culture. Walking in the traditional Chinese garden - Yuyuan Garden & Bazaar, wandering along the charming exhibition of international architecture at the Bund...you will find a splendid combination of East and West, as well as tradition and modern.
Experience the fastest speed between Beijing and Shanghai by high-tech Maglev train.
Walk along the Bund and enjoy both the modern skyline of Shanghai and old Western-style architectures;
Get atop to the tallest building in China and the 2nd tallest building in the world -Shanghai Tower (632m) to have a panoramic view of the whole Shanghai city and the Huangpu River;
Have a full day to enjoy different kinds of activities in the six themed parks of Disney Resort;
Visit the China top historic and cultural water town - Wuzhen Water Town;
Cruise leisurely on the West Lake to appreciate the fabulous view of Su & Bai Causeways;
Experience how sophisticated the layout is and how elegant the building and planting is in Yuyuan Garden
Stroll leisurely in the exquisite City Gold Temple and taste delicious snacks in its nearby bazaar;
Appriciate Chinese paintings, oil paintings, prints, sculptures, and calligraphy in the previouse China Pavilion of Expo 2010-China Art Museum.
Hangzhou, one of the seven ancient capitals of China, was described as “City of Heaven, the most magnificent in all over the world” by Marco Polo. It attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors to its picturesque West Lake which contains over 60 cultural relic sites and many attractions of natural beauty.
Discover the great changes of this giant metropolis standing on the East China! Enjoy diverse awesome activities and experience the contrast of Shanghai's past, today and future! With us, you'll enjoy the peace and tranquility of Wuzhen with its rivers, ancient canals and traditional architecture. Before making the sidetrip to Wuzhen and West lake, you will of course have to explore the top highlights of Shanghai, such as the Bund, Yu Garden, Shanghai Museum, etc.
Day 1: Beijing-Shanghai-Nanjing Road-Shanghai Tower-Bund; Take the High Speed train to arrive before 14:30. Overnight in Shanghai
Day 2: Shanghai-Meijia Dock Dragon Well Tea Village-West Lake-Wuzheng Water Town, Overnight nearby Wuzheng
Day 3: Wuzheng-Shanghai: Spend one full day in the magic world by visiting Shanghai Disney Resort, Overnight in Shanghai
Day 4: Shanghai Museum-Yuyuan Garden-City Gold Temple-China Art Museum; Take the High Speed train back to bejing around 17:00
Please Note: If you dont want to go to Disney, your D3 schedule will be replaced by D4, or we can arrange other places for you to visit inside of Shanghai: Xintiandi、Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center、Jade Buddha Temple、Shanghai Museum or Zhujiajiao Water town...
Shanghai is an intoxicating hybrid of ancient China and a prosperous modern metropolis. Experiencing both parts of this mix, you will never forget this extraordinary trip in Shanghai.
Activity Place: Shanghai+Hangzhou
Activity Date: Private Tour provided if you want to go with your family or friends!
7th Tour: May.1st-May.4th Labour Holiday
8th Tour: May.17th-May.20th
9th Tour: May.24th-May.27th
10th Tour: Jun.7th-Jun.10th Dragon Boat Festival
10th Tour: Jun.14th-Jun.17th
11th Tour: Jun.21th-Jun.25th
12th Tour: July.5th-July.8th
13th Tour: July.21th-July.24th
14th Tour: July.26th-July.29th
15th Tour: Aug.9th-Aug.12th
16th Tour: Aug.23th-Aug.26th
17th Tour: Sep.6th-Sep.9th
18th Tour: Sep.13th-Sep.16th Mid-Autumn Festival
19th Tour: Sep.27th-Sep.30th
20th Tour: Oct.1st-Oct.4th National Holiday
21th Tour: Oct.4th-Oct.7th Natioanl Holiday
22th Tour: Oct.18th-Oct.21th
23th Tour: Nov.1st-Nov.4th
24th Tour: Nov.15th-Nov.18th
25th Tour: Nov.23th-Aug.26th
26th Tour: Dec.6th-Dec.9th
27th Tour: Dec.20th-Dec.23th
28th Tour: Dec.27th-Dec.30th
For people who are not in Beijing, if you are interested in our trip as well, feel free to contact Monica: 18514204169/Jane 15510307192
Leaving Date: Day 1 leave around 8:00am from Beijing and arrive at Shanghai around 14:00
Suggsted High Speed Train: G107 、G109 、G111 、G113 、G1.
Arriving Date: Day 4 leave around 17:00 from Shanghai and will arrive at beijing around 22:00
Suggsted High Speed Train: G16、G154、G156、G44、G158、G160、G18.
Meeting point: Beijing Train South Station，at the Flag Tower (Find CET Green Flag)
Meeting time: 1.5 hours before the leaving time of your train tickets
Trip fee: Local Traveling Bus+Accommondations+Entrance Ticket+Meals+CET English Guide
Normal Price: 1685RMB/pax, pay the deposit 685RMB/pax when you book the trip.
Group Discount: 1635RMB/pax if 3 or more than 3 seats booked together, pay the deposite 635RMB/pax when you book the trip.
VIP Price: 1635RMB ( Buy CET VIP on our wechat offical Menu ), pay the deposit fee 635RMB/pax when you book the trip.
Single Supplement: 280RMB for the Single room supplement if you want live alone.
Note: The left 1000RMB trip fee will be collected 7 days before depature.
Participants: If less than 12 participants, the trip fee will be different.
Travel Advisor: Monica: 18514204169/Jane 15510307192 (English & Mandarin)
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Day 1: Beijing-Shanghai-Nanjing Road-World Financial Centre-Bund; Take the High Speed train to arrive before 14:30.
By High Speed, From Beijing to Shanghai, 1200km, 5-6h on the way
Leaving from Beijing to Guiyang City, Find our trip leader at the Flag Tower of Beijing South Train Station (Find CET Green Flag) to get your train ticket. and then get together to check inside and take the train. It will take 5-6 hours on the train. So remember to bring some food with you for your lunch.
popular landmark of Shanghai, Nanjing Road, a shopping paradise as well as a great place to take a wonderful walk to experience the modern atmosphere of the City.
After it gets dark, you will trasfer to Shanghai Tower, which is the world's highest indoor observation deck. For tourists, a Shanghai Tower visit would not be completed unless including a climb to the 'Top of Shanghai Observatory'. From this height, one can enjoy a unique panoramic view of the Huangpu River, the Bund on the west, and several other skyscrapers like the Jin Mao Tower and the World Financial Center on the east bank. Tourists are recommended to visit the exhibition hall on floor B1 first, and then take the express elevator to the 118th floor directly within only 55 seconds. At last, see the exhibition of 'Shanghai Eye' on the 125th and 126th floors if time permits.
Please Note: As Shanghai Tower is the most famous Building in Shanghai, it will be closed to visitors when the goverment people visit it. If this happens, we will go to visit Jin Mao Tower or World Financial Center instead.
Lastly, you will stop at the Bund, originally a simple towpath for transporting goods but now transformed into a feverish trading district. You will stroll along the Bund, seeing and feeling the perfect fusion of Chinese and Western cultures while at the same time taking in the stunning Shanghai skyline with your own eyes!
Day 2: Shanghai-Meijia Dock Dragon Well Tea Village-West Lake-Wuzheng Water Town
for a walk among the tea plantations, marvel at the beautiful surrounding scenery, and sit down to enjoy a cup of the best Dragon Well Tea. After the enjoyable tea time, say goodbye to the host, and drive to visit the famous West lake.
Firstly, spend the peaceful and less-crowded morning time to visit the iconic and World Heritage site of Hangzhou - the picturesque West Lake. You will start with a 45-minute leisure cruise to enjoy the tranquil lake views as well as the ancient pagodas, traditional arched bridges, tree-lined walkways, beautiful hills, green islands and lush gardens. After the cruise, disembark the lake shore to stroll leisurely on the famous Su Causeway and Bai Causeway, and explore the poetic sites around, such as Three Ponds Mirroring the Moon, Fish Viewing at the Flower Pond, etc.
Around 16:00 when we finish the visiting of West lake we will head to Wuzhen Water Town, we choose the night time to visit it because it is more beautiful when its lights are on when it gets dark. Wuzhen Water Town has two parts, one is new called Xizha which is more famos now and has lights in the night and is allowed visit at night, this one is that we will visit. Another one is called Dongzha which is old and will stop to sell tickets after 17:00.
Wuzhen Water Town located in the center of six ancient towns south of Yangtze River, Wuzhen Water Town displays its two-thousand-year history in its ancient stone bridges floating on mild water, its stone pathways between the mottled walls and its delicate wood carvings. It gives a unique experience through its profound cultural background. The famous attractions in Wuzhen are: Former Residence of Mao Dun, Fanglu Pavilion, and Bridge in Bridge, etc.
After visiting Wuzhen Water Town, we will check in the hotel nearby.
Day 3: Wuzheng-Shanghai: Spend one full day in the magic world by visiting Shanghai Disney Resort
Day 4: Shanghai Museum-Yuyuan Garden-City Gold Temple-China Art Museum; Take the High Speed train back to bejing around 17:00
It was previously the China Pavilion of Expo 2010. Covering about 39 acres (16 hectares), it is one of the largest museums in Asia. Twenty-seven exhibition halls are mainly distributed among the 49-meter floor, the 41-meter floor, the 33-meter floor and the 0-meter floor. A top-down visiting route is recommended.
In the afternoon, your guide will escort you to the airport for your flight to next destination or home. Service ends.
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