This tour is designed for those who want to see China in depth, without rushing from place to place. Highlights include feeding giant pandas at a zoo in Chengdu, an epic walk on the Great Wall, drinks high atop Shanghai's Grand Hyatt, a ride on the fastest train in the world, several shows and hands-on classes. We make sure each day is special.
Beijing → Luoyang → Xi'an → Chengdu → Shanghai → Water Towns → Suzhou → Shanghai
Why do we call Beijing, Xi’an and Shanghai ‘the Golden Triangle?’ The answer is simple; if you can only visit three Chinese cities, these are the ones you must see. Well, that, and if you join them up on a map, they make a triangle shape! Beijing is full of hidden gems. You’ll get to know them up-close-and-personal during your rickshaw ride through the city’s ancient alleyways....
Beijing → Xi'an → Shanghai
Start your adventure in Beijing and begin to tick off all of the sights on your Chinese bucket list, all the while tucking in to delicious local snacks. Widely considered to be the greatest archaeological find of the 20th Century, the Terracotta Warriors of Xi’an were designed to protect Emperor Shihuang into the afterlife. Nearly 2000 years after his death, the site is still steeped in...
Beijing → Xi'an → Zhangjiajie → Shanghai
1 day • CNY 480
Zhujiajiao is the closest and most touristed water town near Shanghai. A good choice if you don't have a lot of time. It includes a canal boat ride and you get a chance to stroll the streets of the village. But if you do want to make a longer day of it we would recommend our Tongli Water Town / Suzhou one day tour from Shanghai, or our Two Water Towns in one day tour.
Shanghai → Zhujiajiao → Shanghai
This tour includes all of the major destinations along the Yangtze River Delta. Your trip will start and end at Shanghai's Pudong Airport and even includes a ride on the fastest train in the world, the Maglev, which connects the airport to the city. The river running through the center of Shanghai is more than just a pretty sight. The name ‘The Bund’ refers to the historic row of banks...
Shanghai → Water Towns → Suzhou → Hangzhou → Suzhou → Hangzhou → Suzhou → Hangzhou → Shanghai
Travel first class from Beijing to Luoyang and back on a high speed train capable of going over 300km/h! Trains in China are much more fun, spacious and reliable than planes, so both journeys will be unforgettable! On your arrival in Luoyang, we will take you straight to your luxurious suite at Christian's Hotel. The first full day of your Luoyang adventure will be kung fu themed!...
Beijing → Luoyang → Beijing
This tour takes you from the country's economic seat in the east, Shanghai, to the ceiling of the world in the west, Lhasa. You will start with a few days in Shanghai, seeing the major sites and experiencing the modernity of China. Then you will travel to the center of the country, Xi'an, where you will be introduced to China's ancient history. Finally, you will fly to...
Shanghai → Xi'an → Tibet / Lhasa → Shanghai
Have you ever heard of Datong? It is a small city in Shanxi province, best known for its rich history, and it is well worth checking out. The first day of this tour will take you to the famous Hanging Temple, which is bound to blow you away with stunning architecture inside and out. Visiting the Yungang Grottoes, home to the oldest Buddhist cave art in China, is also sure to be an...
Beijing → Datong → Beijing
Your adventure starts in Beijing. You will be able to visit all of the capital’s must-see sights, as well as take the path less trodden by exploring the hutongs (or traditional alleyways) many of which have been standing since the Ming Dynasty. An important stop on the celebrated Silk Road, Pingyao is steeped in history. Your Pingyao quest is to become a calligraphy master, or if you...
Beijing → Pingyao → Xi'an → Luoyang → Beijing
A trip to China would be incomplete without a tour of the capital and a chance to taste authentic Beijing duck. A toboggan ride down the side of the Great Wall is sure to be the cherry on the cake. Next up is Xi’an and the greatest archaeological find of the 20th Century, the Terracotta Warriors. Xi’an is also where the northern route of the Silk Road started, in the 1st century...
Beijing → Xi'an → Jiayuguan → Dunhuang → Beijing