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7 Days Shanghai Xian Beijing Golden Triangle Tour by Bullet Train

From $460 per person

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7 Days Shanghai Xian Beijing Golden Triangle Tour by Bullet Train is perfect for travelers who is the first time traveling to China. This China tour coviers the most popular destinations in China with Beijing, Xian as well as modern Shanghai. Accompanied by your knowledgeable guide, take an insight into the must-see sights of China and get deep understanding of its profound history and culture.

Duration: 7 Days, 6 Nights

Attractions(Cities):
Shanghai, Xian, Beijing

Pick-up point:
Shanghai Airport (based on your requirement)

Finishing point:
Beijing Airport (based on your requirement)

Tour Customizable:
Absolutely! (Tell us your requirements in your inquiry)

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Cash, Wire, Paypal, WesternUnion, Wechat, Alipay

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Summary

Day 1 Shanghai Arrival
Day 2 Shanghai: Shanghai Museum, Nanjing Road, The Bund, Jinmao Tower, Boat Cruise On the Huangpu River
Day 3 Shanghai--Xian by Bullet Train: drive you to your hotel when you arrive in Xian
Day 4 Xian: Terra-cotta Warriors Museum, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Tang Dynasty Show, Dumpling Banquet
Day 5 Beijing--Xian by Bullet Train: Ancient City Wall, Bell Tower, Muslim Quarter, take train to Beijing
Day 6 Beijing: Mutianyu Great Wall, Ming Tomb
Day 7 Beijing Departure: Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Nanluoguxiang Hutong

Day 1. Shanghai Arrival

  • Place&Transport: Shanghai
  • Today's Activities: Pick you up at the exit of Shanghai international airport or railway station
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Shanghai
  • Meal: N/A

Welcome to Shanghai! Upon your arrival in Shanghai, our local Shanghai tour guide will greet you at the exit of Shanghaiairport, you will find a welcome signage "China Private Tour" and escorted you to your hotel directly, our guide will help you to check-in. 

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The rest of the day is free on your own to recover the jetlage.

Day 2. Shanghai Day Tour

  • Place&Transport: Shanghai
  • Today's Activities: Shanghai Museum,Nanjing Road, The Bund, Jinmao Tower, Boat Cruise On the Huangpu River
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Shanghai
  • Meal: B,L

Firstly, you will visit Shanghai Museum, which is a museum of ancient Chinese art, situated on the People's Square in the Huangpu District of Shanghai, China. The museum was founded in 1952 and was first open to the public in the former Shanghai Racecourse club house, now at 325 West Nanjing Road, it was rebuilt at its current location in 1996, it is considered one of China's first world-class modern museums. The museum has a collection of over 120,000 pieces, including bronze, ceramics, calligraphy, furniture, jades, ancient coins, paintings, seals, sculptures, minority art and foreign art.

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Then proceed to visit the "Pedestrians only" Nanjing Road, a walking bustling street that is always packed with people waching other people. When people mention Shanghai's Nanjing Road, they're probably talking about East Nanjing Road, a pedestrian shopping street running for blocks between the northeast corner of People's Square and the Bund. Nanjing Road, 5.5 km in full length, enjoys the reputation as China No. 1 commercial center. It was the earliest commercial street in Shanghai since the city opened to the outside world.

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Next, you will visit The Bund, the Bund is a waterfront area in central Shanghai. The area is in the eastern part of Huangpu District centers on a section of Zhongshan Road ,which runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River, facing the high, modern skyscrapers of Pudong,Traditionally, the Bund begins at Yan'an Road in the south and ends at Waibaidu Bridge in the north, The Shanghai Bund on which you can embrace the best cityscape, feast on the rich architectural fashions ( Gothic, Baroque, Rome, Renaissance, Classic and Mixed Eastern and Western style, etc.) 

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After lunch, drive you to the Lujiazui and visit the famous Jinmao Tower to have an eye-bird's view of Shanghai city. Jin Mao Tower is located in the center of Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone in Pudong.The 88-stories Jin Mao Tower was completed in 1999. It is 420.5 meters (almost 1,380 feet) tall and covers an area of 2.3 hectares (5.68 acres). The architect, Adrian D. Smith, of this skyscraper ingeniously combined the elements of traditional Chinese culture with the newest architectural styles of the time, which makes it one of the best-constructed buildings in China.

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Finally, you will take a boat cruise along the Huangpu River, which is the mother river of Shanghai.When you come to Shanghai, do not miss this cruise. After the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel.

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Day 3. Shanghai--Xian

  • Place&Transport: Shanghai
  • Today's Activities: Shanghai to Xian by bullet train
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Xian
  • Meal: B,L

Today your Shanghai driver will take you to Shanghai train station, you will take the morning high-speed train to Xian (around 7 hours). Upon arrival, your Xian local guide will pick you up at the exit of Xian train station with the same welcome sign "China Private Tour" and drive you to your hotel accordingly!

Day 4 Xian Day Tour

  • Place&Transport: Xian
  • Today's Activities: Terracotta Warriors, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Tang Dynasty Show, Dumpling Banquet
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Xian
  • Meal: B,L,D

After breakfast, our tour guide will meet you at your hotel lobby and your tour start.

Firstly, drive you to Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses Museum, it known as “the eighth Wonders of the world”, the museum shows a surprisingly high level in sculpture which is listed as the most significant discovery of the 20th century. Up to now, there has discovered a total of 179 accompanying burial pits of different connotations and various shapes in Qinshihuang’s Mausoleum area. The discovery of these pits has provided all important significance in the research of the burial system of the Qinshihuang’s Mausoleum, the characteristics structures and characteristics of the burial pits. However, what makes people feel amazing is that of all the burial pits, none has been found survived from being burnt down.

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Your lunch is arranged at local restaurant with tasting local cuisine. Such as Liangpi, it is made from rice, this cold noodle dish is a summer favourite through Shaanxi province as well as other places around China. These rice noodles are covered with vinegar, chili, salt, garlic, bean sprouts and small lumps of tofu.Roujiamo,this is the Chinese hamburger. Basically it’s a small oven baked bread bun that is sliced open and filled with slowly braised shredded pork and small pieces of fat. I personally prefer to ask for the ‘Chun Shou Rou Jia Mo’ which is the same thing only this time they use lean meat and it’ll probably only cost you about one or two yuan more. Clearly this is one dish you can’t buy at Muslim street. It will be a Sample but typical and local.

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After lunch, you will visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda, also named Giant Wild Goose Pagoda. It is a Buddhist pagoda located in southern Xi'and became the symbol of the old-line Xi'an. It was built in 652 during the Tang dynasty and originally had five stories. The structure was rebuilt in 704 during the reign of Empress Wu Zetian, and its exterior brick facade was renovated during the Ming dynasty. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda attracts numerous visitors for its fame in the Buddhist religion and its simple but appealing style of construction. It is rated as a National Key Cultural Relic Preserve. One of the pagoda's many functions was to hold sutras and figurines of the Buddha that were brought to China from India by the Buddhist translator and traveler Xuanzang.

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Today, you will have a Xi'an Dumpling Dinner, which is famous in Xi'an. Our guide will lead you to Shaanxi Grand Opera House and help you find your seat for the most famous Xi'an Dumpling Dinner within the Opera House.In Xian, a must for visitors to try is the delicious dumplings. While tasting those dumplings, customers will be astonished by the cooks' smart cooking methods include steaming, boiling, pan-frying, deep frying, and roasting. It seems that all of the indigenous meat and vegetables can be used for the dumplings' stuffing, such as pork, mutton, beef as well as celery, radish, cabbages, etc. Nowadays, by the cooks' continuously improving, the dumpling has been one of the local best foods to entertain visitors from home and abroad.

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After dinner, you will enjoy the local colorful and splendid Tang Dynasty Dance Show, which is a performance of music and dance that imitate the Tang Dynasty over one thousand-year ago. The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show, a wonderful performance of the ancient music and dance, is a must when you visit Xian.

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At the ends, you will be taken back to your hotel.

Day 5 Xian to Beijing

  • Place&Transport: Xian
  • Today's Activities: Ancient City Wall, Bell Tower, Muslim Quarter, take train to Beijing
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Xian
  • Meal: B,L

Today your first destination is Ancient City Wall. As one of the UNESCO's world Heritage Site, Xi'an Ancient City Wall was built in the 14th century, under the regime of Emperor Zhuyuanzhang in Ming dynasty, had the function of protecting the cities or towns as military defense systems in ancient China. Xi'an Ancient City Wall is one of the oldest, largest and best preserved Chinese city walls, exhibits the "complete features of the rampart architecture of feudal society". Xi'an City Wall is a heritage National Historical and Cultural Town since 1961, it is about 14km in length, 12meters in height. The current city wall is an enhancement of the old Tang Dynasty structure, as a result of the emperor's wall building campaign.

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Continue your tour to Bell Tower, which located in south east of the Drum Tower. In Chinese history from Ming Dynasty, each city had a bell tower and a drum tower. The bell was sounded at dawn and the drum at dusk each day in ancient time, a means of telling time. Xian was not exception. The Bell Tower and Drum Tower of Xi'an date back to the Ming dynasty (1368-1644). The two are located in the center of the Xian city connecting the four roads from east, south, west and north within the city wall. Atop the Bell Tower you will have a panoramic view of the Xian City. A number of highlighted cultural relics are exhibited in Xi'an Bell Tower, including a huge bell, inscribed steles and couplets hung on the column, all of which are of high historical and cultural values. Between the Drum Tower and the Bell Tower, there is a square with grass, dotted with greenbelt beautiful acouto-optic fountain, which is a good place for leisure and entertainment for citizens.

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Today, you will have a lunch at Xian Fanzhuang. This time-honored restaurant should be your ideal choice to enjoy authentic Shaanxi food. Not only for Xi'an cuisine but also serve some typical local snacks.

The last stop is Muslim Quarter. The Muslim Quarter is the largest of the old city's neighborhoods. It's a confusing array of narrow alleys that are wonderful to wander in, get lost, and stumble upon surprising discoveries. Muslim Quarter houses a large number of important Christian institutions. The Muslim quarter begins at the northern city wall, goes south to the northern and western walls of the Temple Mount, to Hashalshelet Street, where the Jewish Quarter begins. To the West, it runs to Beit Chabad Street, which runs between it and the Christian Quarter.

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This only 500-meter-long cobbled street was renovated in Tang Dynasty architecture style and on both sides is full of snack or souvenir stalls with bright-colored signs. The eye-dizzying snack variety can give a great workout to your eyes, taste buds and stomach: delicately-wrinkled juicy steamed dumplings, yummy lamb sandwiches, sleek grilled mutton, crumbs in mutton broth, stuffed persimmon cakes, dried fruit and nuts, etc. 

After the tour ends, your guide will take you to Xian train station for your bullet train to Beijing. Your Beijing guide will meet you at the Beijing train station with the same sign "China Private Tour" and escort you to your hotel. 

Day 6 Beijing day tour

  • Place&Transport: Beijing
  • Today's Activities: Mutianyu Great Wall, Ming Tombs
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Beijing
  • Meal: B,L,D

Meet your guide at your hotel lobby and your exciting Beijing tour start.

You will be transferr to Mutianyu Great Wall, it about 70KM far way from downtown. There is an old saying "If you haven't climbed the Great Wall, you haven't seen China." Many of your friends who visited China before might have told you this. It is indeed an experience of life. As one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall, Mutianyu section of Great Wall used to serve as the northern barrier defending the capital and the imperial tombs. It's known for its beautiful surroundings - dense woods and rich pastures changing colors with the seasons of a year. 

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Your lunch is offered near the Great Wall in a local Chinese restaurant.

After lunch, the Sacred Way, affiliated with the Ming Tombs, is a main attractions arranged for you. The Ming Tombs lie in Changping County, about 50 kilometers (31 miles) northwest from the urban area of Beijing. It is actually a tomb cluster of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), including thirteen emperor's mausoleums, seven tombs for concubines and one grave for eunuchs.  

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After that, you will be taken back to your hotel.


Day 7 Beijing Departure

  • Place&Transport: Beijing
  • Today's Activities: Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Nanluoguxiang Hutong
  • Accommondation: Four Stars or Five Stars Hotel(Can be customized) in Beijing
  • Meal: B,L

In the morning, first head to the with a brief visit to Tiananmen Square which is now the largest city plaza in the world. Tiananmen Square is the geographical center of Beijing City. It is the largest city square in the world, occupying an area of 440,000 square meters (about 109 acres), and able to accommodate 1000000 people at one time. Tiananmen Gate on the northern square was the site where the Chairman Mao announced the establishment of the People's Republic of China.

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After sightseeing, walk into the Tiananmen you will meet the one of the world’s 5 most important palaces – Forbidden City, The Forbidden City, also named the Palace Museum, shares the honor of being one of five world-famous palaces with the Palace of Versailles in France, Buckingham Palace in England, the White House in the U.S. and the Kremlin in Russia. The incomparable palace occupies an area of 720,000 square meters (177.9 acres) and has approximately 8,700 rooms. A high red wall with a total length of 3,400 meters (3,718 yards) encases the palace. 

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After lunch, visit the Summer Palace, it is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing, China. It serves as a popular tourist destination and recreational park. Mainly dominated by Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake, it covers an expanse of 2.9 square kilometres (1.1 sq mi), three-quarters of which is water.  After 1949, the Summer Palace briefly housed the Central Party School of the Communist Party of China. Many of Mao Zedong's friends and key figures in the Communist Party, such as Liu Yazi and Jiang Qing, also lived there. Since 1953, many major restoration and renovation works have been done on the Summer Palace, which is now open to the public as a tourist attraction and park.

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The last stp is Nanluoguxiang Hutong, it's one of the best preserved historical areas in downtown Beijing, is famous for its hutong and siheyuan courtyards. Recently the popularity of Nanluoguxiang has increased noticeably with tourist numbers on the rise after 2008 Olympic Games. You will do a short walking along the authentic Beijing Hutong. will give you a deep impression of the local residents’ live.

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After finished, you will be transferred to Beijing airport and you fly home. Your 7 days Shanghai Xian Beijing tour comes to the end.

Price Per Person in US Dollars

Price Includes

1. All transfer and city transportation
2. Air-conditioned car or van
3. Hotels specified in the itinerary, all based
    on two persons sharingone standard room;
4. Meals specified in the itinerary: Western
    breakfast in hotels Chinese lunch and
    dinner in local restaurants
5. Sightseeing: All arrangements mentioned
    in the itinerary will be covered All first
    admission/entrance fees in the itinerary
6. Tour guide: Conducted by a professional
    tour guide


Price Excludes

1. International air-tickets
2. Airport departure tax.
3. International or domestic air tickets which
    are not listed in the itinerary.
4. Insurance coverage of personal loss, illness
    or damages incurred during your trip
5. Tips to the tour guide and driver
6. Meals not specified in the itinerary.
7. Personal expenses: phone bills, laundry,
    optional tours, postage, excess baggage
    charge, entertainment fees out of the
    itinerary.
8. Single Room Supplement.

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Grant Meckley
Reviewed on 18 December 2019
Fantastic experience in China

My son and I had a fantastic experience in China and of course I would be happy to share my opinion of my experience with China Private Tour.
Guides - everything was perfect. Each guide (in all three cities) was always on time and made sure that everything was taken care of when we stopped for a meal or checked into a hotel. Each guide explained what we were seeing and was able to answer any question we had. While some guides' English was better than others, we had no trouble communicating with any of them. But the guides were more than just guides and interpreters; they were also friendly and open in conversation with us, which made the time we spent with them so pleasant. I really feel like I made four good friends in China and this is something I will always remember. As I said before, all of the guides were wonderful so it is really hard to single out just one of them as exceptional. "Tracy" (our guide in Xian) had exceptionally good English, so good that I thought she must have lived in the United States for at least a few years (some of her speech mannerisms were characteristic of a person who lived in California). Tracy listened to our conversation and then would make suggestions for things we might enjoy – like riding bicycles on the City Wall in Xian. "Maggie" (our guide in Beijing) was probably the most knowledgeable of the three and told us many stories that made the history of the Forbidden City come to life. Because of our itinerary, we had some long car rides with Maggie and really got to know her well, so we learned much about modern Beijing and the Chinese people too.
Meals - all of the meals (including the buffet breakfasts) arranged by their service were good. The wide variety of different foods to try was very nice - and we always found several items we really liked. The Peking Duck was probably the best lunch.
Cars and Drivers - everything was perfect here too. The cars in all three cities were comfortable and were cleaned out every morning. And we always had fresh water (2 bottles each) waiting for us each morning. The drivers were pleasant and very skilled, even in the very challenging Shanghai and Beijing traffic. The driver we had on our return to Beijing was especially friendly and was learning English.
I hope to visit China again and will definitely use China Private Tour again when I return to China.

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Kathryn Kell
Reviewed on 18 December 2019
Wonderful China Tour Experience with China Private Tour

It's wonderful experience during our stay in China. All the guides were great. Our guide in Shanghai suggested we went to the theatre and it was truly a wonderful experience. Drivers always seemed courteous and friendly and we had an excellent driver in Beijing. They always checked to see if we left anything in the car and that made you feel very comfortable when you discovered you had! When you plan a vacation on-line in another country where you do not speak the language you are a little nervous that everything will go according to schedule but it did, right from the start there was not one glitch. We would travel in China with your agency again and recommend you to friends. Many thanks!

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Bobby
Reviewed on 06 December 2019
Excellent Tour. Excellent Company.

I have enjoyed working closely with the nice ladies via the internet. They have always been so professional and promptly responsive to any and all of my inquiries about the tour arranged for my party of ten covering the ancient and modern day capitals of China (Beijing, Xian and Shanghai) during the period of October 17-24, 2019. Overall our group rated the tour an exceptional value for money spent; it met or exceeded most of our groups expectations. All of our English-speaking guides were exceptional: Ms. Linda, Ms. Celine and Mr. Ocean in Beijing, Xian and Shanghai, respectively. The drivers were neat and the air conditioned minibuses were first class. The hotel in Beijing was excellent as I was already familiar with it; the hotel in Xian did not measure up to our expectations since it was musty due to smoke and mildew and is showing its age. The food was generally good but some thought should be given to adding more variety in the form of noodles, dumpling and more seafood/fish items. The restaurant (our first lunch in Xian) was a disaster. The food is too oily for Western taste; noodle soup and dumplings would be a big change of pace by then. Special praise for Ms. Linda for helping one of our group recover left-behind articles in the hotel room safe. We were very impressed with her getting all the details taken care of. Other suggestions: having a tourist map of the cities to show the tourists the orientation of hotel location to various sites would be helpful. Overall on a scale of 0 - 10 with 10 being the highest or best rating, I would give the tour 9.0- 9.5 - superb, in fact!!!! Not bad since this was my third trip to China in the last 1 1/2 years!!! I will definitely consider Shanghai Private Tour my first choice for my next trips to China and look forward to working with you all again very soon!

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Owens
Reviewed on 24 November 2019
Excellent Tour, Perfect Organization

Let us start with the various points.

1. Meals: In general the meals arranged (lunches and a few dinners) were of a very good quality and plentiful. We seldom managed to eat all the food that was served.

2. Guides: The guides knowledge of the English language was very good. They were all very knowledgeable about their city and the various sites we visited. Not only that but they took great care of us from the moment they met us on arrival in the airport until departure. They were with us every moment of the day and kept us well informed of all that was of interest and tried to assist in any possible way. Most of them were very likeable persons and it was great to be in their company. They were not just robots but persons one could discuss all kinds of subjects with. We felt very comfortable with the guides and considered them as friends by the time we had to leave for the next city.

- Linda in Beijing. She was a very nice and likeable person and we got on with her very well. When we had to leave Beijing we almost felt sorry for losing a close friend.
- Lily in Xian. She was also very nice and a lovely gentle personality.
- Oliver in Shanghai. A calm and very friendly person. A pleasure to talk with.

As to the specific items:

1) All the guides were assertive in offering relevant knowledge about the sites we visited (and often more than that). If we had any questions left they never remained unanswered.
2) All the guides had a thorough knowledge of the English language and at no time did we have any communication problems.
3) All the guides had an admirable knowledge of their city and sites we visited.

3. Drivers & Cars: The service attitude of all the drivers was excellent. In general they were also very good and safe drivers considering the often very busy roads and chaotic traffic. The most courteous of all the drivers was the one in Beijing. All the cars were kept clean. The car in Xian was the best of all: brand new and spacious and very comfortable. The car in Shanghai was noisy and I believe the shock absorbers need to be replaced.

4. Hotels: The hotels were generally of a very good standard. Hotel service and room hygiene was satisfactory. Breakfast was good. Before coming to China we were warned that the beds in the hotels are often very hard but we had no problems all beds with just one exception were comfortable.

Overall, EXCELLENT tour. PERFECT organization.

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Anne McCo
Reviewed on 24 November 2019
A 5 star China Tour experience

Bonnie created a wonderful itinerary for our one week private tour of China in September 2019. Corresponding by email with my brother-in-law, Bonnie offered suggestions and alternatives based on our interest in photography, and getting off the beaten path, yet fitting in the major must-see venues. The six of us (me, my wife, my sister, brother-in-law, and another couple) thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The guides were friendly and knowledgeable, and a diverse representation of modern Chinese people. The spoke candidly about life in China, and even a little (but very little) politics. Overall this was definitely a 5-start experience.

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Bernard
Reviewed on 24 November 2019
Wonderful China Tour Experience

I just returned from a whirlwind 8 days in Shangnai, Xi'an, and Beijing, and I couldn't be more impressed with the quality of this tour company! As a woman traveling alone who doesn't speak Chinese, it was wonderful to know that I had someone looking out for me at each of my stops, plus someone to answer my every question and see to all of my special requests. I was also very pleased with the little extra touches, such as phone calls from my tour organizers Sam and Bonnie, to ensure that everything was going well and that I had no concerns. My guides and drivers were all A+, and when it came time to say goodbye to China, I felt as though I had said goodbye to six good friends. Thanks for such a wonderful experience!

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Thomas
Reviewed on 16 November 2019
Hassel-Free China Trip with China Private Tour

China Private Tour is a great way to explore China. All the staff are very knowledgable and they help you with every aspect of the tour. Efficient use of time with a relaxed attitude. Plenty of imperial experience of history with just enough urban bustle and shopping.

Overall our China travel is very good. The hotel in Beijing (Holiday Inn Central Plaza) is excellent! It will be hard for the next hotels to live up to those standards. Our guide Lily was excellent. She made the trip very easy and very special for us. She went far beyond her responsibilities and even bought a present and a cake for my stepmother's birthday. We thoroughly enjoyed her. Our driver was excellent as well. He was always early and made good suggestions in heavy traffic. He was very friendly, very happy and spoke some English very funny. I'd highly recommend both of them to my friends.

Xian is a wonderful city full of history. It is just amazing. The Terra-cotta Warriors was an amazing experience. I would recommend that all people travelling to China visit Xian. Our guide Lily was amazing! She was so knowledgable. She helped us find a beautiful local painting to bring home. She was very flexible with our schedule and allowed us plenty of time to see everything on our agenda, plus some extra sites. She was very kind and made sure we enjoyed our trip.

Our entire China trip was wonderful. Our guide in Shanghai was also very knowledagable and agreeable and made our stay in Shanghai very special. We will recommend China Private Tour to our friends.

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Sergey Shunailov
Reviewed on 14 November 2019
Wonderful tours to Shanghai Beijing Xian

I and my wife Wendy have done a lot of traveling all around the world some lovely memorable tours and trips since I retired 12 years ago. The best by far was the one to China with China Private Tour 3 weeks of very well organised eye-opening pleasure cruises terracotta army great wall of China etc. etc. truly wonderful tour never a dull moment. Put this on the top of your wish list we promise you will enjoy many sites and memories for the rest of your life.

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Arnold Demeyere
Reviewed on 13 November 2019
Excellent tour - many thanks to China Private Tour

Just back from a fantastic trip to China! From Sam's help arranging my itinerary to the knowledgeable and friendly guides (Angela in Beijing, Wei in Xi'an and Avril in Shanghai) and the drivers the whole experience was amazing, if not too short! Too many highlights to mention, but two standouts were walking on the Great Wall (trip from Beijing) and seeing the Terracotta Warriors (trip from Xi'an). Will definitely return to see more of the country, and wouldn't hesitate to use China Private Tour again. Thanks!!

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Brod
Reviewed on 13 November 2019
Amazing 8 days tour of China

We have just returned from an amazing 8 day tour of China arranged by Sam from China Private Tour. He did a great job designing our private tour of 3 cities with all the highlights we asked for plus more. Our itinerary was busy, but we loved every minute of it. We saw a good mixture of old and new China. Communication was excellent before we left, emails were answered immediately. All aspects of our trip were well planned, the local guides were fabulous and spoke good English, the drivers and standard of transport were lovely, and the Hotels were excellent standard. We particularly liked our guide in Beijing, Jeff Ma, who was extremely knowledgeable and gave us so much wonderful history of China. Thank you Sam for doing such a great job and making our trip one we will remember for years to come. I cannot speak highly enough of this company and recommend it to anyone wanting a fantastic trip.

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Tour Style:Chinese Silk Road is a route of incomparable attraction to travelers who are interested in the human cultural relics, it was used to be quite prosperous in the Tang Dynasty and now become pretty silent regarding international business.This 14 Days Best China Silk Road Tour from Xian to Urumqi will take you to travel to the mysterious and attractive historical Silk Route in old China, it covers most of the famous spots in Silk Road.

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11 Days China Golden Triangle Tour with Yangtze Cruise

Duration:11 Days, 10 Nights

Attractions(Cities):Beijing, Xian, Chongqing, Yangtze River Cruise, Yichang, Shanghai

Tour Style:The China's Golden Triangle Tour will Yangtze Cruise covers the most popular cities in China. This China tour package will start from Beijing-the capital city of China to visit the Forbidden city and Great Wall. Taking high-speed train to Xian to explore the marvelous Terracotta Warriors. The highlight of the tour is Yangtze River Cruise, you'll have oppotunity to see the massive Three Gorges and ends your tour in Shanghai with the visit to the Bund, Yu Garden. Learn the history of ancient capitals, know the Chinses culture, and experience the diversified liveliness in China with your knowledgeable guide.

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13 Days Best of China Tour with Yangtze River Cruise

Duration:13 Days, 12 Nights

Attractions(Cities):Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Chongqing, Yangtze River, Yichang, Shanghai

Tour Style:This 13 Days China Tour is an ideal trip will take you to the most important destinations in China, inculdes Beijing, Xian, Guilin, Shanghai, and Yangtze River. The tour covers the best highlights of China in a pleasant and smooth itinerary full of diversities, such as Forbidden City, Great Wall, Terracotta Warriors, etc., but also embrace the fabulous nature beauty of China, including the tranquil Guilin and the great Yangtze River.

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From $1340 p/p
China Tour From Shanghai: 7 Days Shanghai Beijing High-speed Train Tour

Duration:7 Days, 6 Nights

Attractions(Cities):Beijing, Shanghai

Tour Style:This 7 days China tour inculdes all the top highlights of Shanghai & Beijing. Accompanied by your knowledgeable tour guide, you will explore the ancient imperial palace, historical temples, pay a vist for the famous Great Wall and admire the skyscapers. This special desiged China trip surely provides an in-depth fun experience. Not only that, you will also experience China's modern and stylish high speed railway system on the fast bullet train from Shanghai to Beijing.

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From $823 p/p

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