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OJBJS-04 5 Days Modern and Classic Shanghai Tour

5 Days Shanghai Beijing Shanghai

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Highlight:Beijing, China's enduring capital offers sights and cultural relics unlike any other destination in the world. The city formerly known as Peking has stood as the political capital of China for close to seven centuries. Beijing is a landmark of both past and present achievements of China in addition to serving as the cultural, educational, and economic center of the nation. People from all walks of life flock to Beijing each year to experience the fascinating mix of grand sites, unique cuisines, and rich local culture that the city provides.

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01

Shanghai – Beijing

Take morning flight from Shanghai to Beijing. Upon arrival in Beijing, meet your guide at the airport and transfer to hotel for check-in. After lunch, explore Beijing's Olympic venues. We’ll get a first-hand look at two of the world’s most fascinating architectural designs. Take a walk around the bubble like glass of the Water Cube and stand by the wiry enclosure of the Bird’s Nest, the Olympic’s most prominent venue.

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02

Day 2: Beijing - Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Hutong Tour

After breakfast, head to Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in Beijing. From there you will pass through the Heavenly Gate and enter the Forbidden City– home to the Emperors of China for close to 600 years. Then visit the 300-year old Siheyuan courtyard. Here you will make the dumplings by yourself with local people and have lunch here. After, enjoy a rickshaw ride through Huton. After the rickshaw ride, walk along the 800-year old Yandai Xiejie to the Drum Tower. Climb to the top of the Drum Tower and marvel at the glorious bird’s eye views of the surrounding communities.

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03


 Beijing - The Great Wall and 798 Art Zone

No visit the Bejing is complete without seeing the Great Wall! Take a morning drive out to less-visited Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China. One of the Seven Wonders of the world. Walking atop the winding stone wall with beautiful green mountains in the backdrop is an experience that you will remember forever. Mutianyu offers an exhilarating toboggan ride to the bottom of the wall! On the way back stop over in 798 Art Zone, where you will admire the great art and photos you can not find in other place of the world. Note: You can take a packed lunch and enjoy it on the Great Wall. Tour guide also can show you the local restaurant close to Great Wall.

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04

Beijing –Temple of Heaven, Lama Temple and Laoshe Tea House

This morning, explore Tiantan (The Heavenly Temple) - visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest. Visit early in the morning and witness locals in their morning exercise routine. Then head to the most iconic Tibetan Temple in Beijing, the Lama temple-home to Tibetan and Mongolian monks for nearly 300 years. In the afternoon, visit Laoshe Tea House, named for Lao She's famous play, this Qianmen area simulates a Lao Beijing teahouse complete with campy vaudeville show, acrobatics and opera performances. Or you just to sit down to enjoy a cup of tea here.

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05

Beijing –Shanghai

Spend the morning exploring the grounds of the beautiful Summer Palace, filled with sweeping arched bridges, hilltop temples, galleries, courtyards and royal residences. Later transfer to the airport for your return flight to Shanghai.

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Summer palace: is the largest and most well-preserved royal park in China, which also has long since been recognized as 'The Museum of Royal Gardens'. It covered 300.59 hectares (742.8 acres). There are over 3,000 man-made ancient structures which count building space of more than 70,000 square meters, including pavilions, towers, bridges, corridors, etc. The main part included Kunming Lake and Wanshou Mt.

Forbidden City:the biggest past palace of the world, about 1 square kilo meters include thousand house and building, as the power center of China more than 400 years before 1911.

Tiananmen Square:the biggest city square of the world in front of the Forbidden City, surround by the political center of China.

The Temple of Heaven Park :was the place where emperors of the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty held the Heaven Worship Ceremony. It is China's largest and most representative existing masterpiece among China’s ancient sacrificial buildings.

Great Wall –Mutianyu(less tourists). The Great Wall is a symbol of ancient Ch inese civilization and a world-renowned fortification. Stretching 6,350 kilometers on the mountains in Northern China, the Great Wall was first built in the 7th century B.C. and completed during the reign of the first Emperor of Qin.


Beijing HutongHutong is a neighborhood of narrows street or alleys, most commonly associated with Beijing. An ancient style of city planning, the grid-shaped streets in Hutongs were formed by joining the outer walls of Siheyuan (literally: courtyard surrounded by 4 buildings) homes together. These folk-style neighborhoods have a long history spanning over 1000 years,  even today, they are still inhabited and retained as an symbol of Beijing heritage.
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