CT-16 Shanghai-Suzhou City Tour (5D4N)

Day 01  Arrive and meet the local guide at the airport, transfer to the hotel.
(D)  Overnight in Shanghai
Day 02  Visit Yuyuan Garden, laid out in the 16th century by a Ming official, this small (2 hectares) garden is a delight of pools, pavilions and rock gardens. Strolling through the bazaar surrounding the garden, you will find lines of stores that sell traditional Chinese arts and crafts. Nanjing Road which starts from the Bund in the east and ends at Jingan Temple on Nanjing Road (West), totally 5 kilometers long. Enjoy the reputation of "China's No.1 Street", Nanjing Road is the most bustling shopping center in Shanghai. Along the street are some 350 stores, large and small, only to be separated by theatres and restaurants here and there. These stores, especially the big department stores and specialty stores, are always crowded with shoppers. Among the pedestrians walking along the street are locals and tourists, who account for about 57 per cent according to statistics, as Nanjing Road is a must and a favorite shopping street for them. On Sundays and other public holidays Nanjing Road and the stores are even more crowded. Nobody has ever succeeded in working out the exact daily pedestrian flow on Nanjing Road. Jade Buddha Temple is a Buddhist temple in Shanghai China. As with most modern Chinese Buddhist temples, the current temple draws from both the Pure Land and Zen traditions of Mahayana Buddhism. It was founded in 1882 with two jade Buddha imported to Shanghai from Burma by sea. These were a sitting Buddha (1.95 meters tall, 3 tons), and a smaller reclining Buddha representing Buddha's death. The temple now also contains a much larger reclining Jade Buddha, donated from Singapore, and visitors may mistake this larger sculpture for the original, smaller piece. Enjoy the Portman Acrobatic Show in the evening.
(B/L/D)  Overnight in Shanghai
Day 03  Visit the Bund, one of the most famous thoroughfares in China and here you will see a collection of buildings dating from the 1930's displaying their western influence and fulfilling the role of the commercial heart of Shanghai. And visit Shanghai Museum has the research departments of Chinese bronze, ceramics, paintings and calligraphy, and artifacts, and a scientific laboratory for preservation of cultural relics, with researchers and associate researchers over fifty in number, visit Chenghuangmiao (Old City of Shanghai).Leaving the ancient for the modern you visit the Pudong New Area is a triangular area adjacent to the city proper. Before 1990, it was farmland and rice paddies. Here you'll find the biggest of everything: the tallest TV tower in Asia, the largest department store on the continent, and the tallest building in the world. The modern architectural wonders, the Yangpu and Nanpu Bridges, connect Pudong to Puxi, the city proper. The new Shanghai international airport was open in 1999, and the Shanghai Stock Exchange moves to its new building in Pudong in 1998.
(B/L/D)  Overnight in Shanghai
Day 04  Take soft seat train T710 (0900/0940) to Suzhou. Visit the Humble Administrator's Garden, the Garden of the Master of the Net, cruise on the ancient canal and visit the famous Suzhou silk factory.
(B/L/D)  Overnight in Suzhou
Day 05  Drive to Shanghai and exit.               (B)

Quotation  Peak Season ( Apr. – Nov. ) Slack Season ( Dec. – Mar. )  
 ( USD p/p ) Budget Standard Luxury Budget Standard Luxury
2-5 pax  818  965  1057  792   939  1028   
6-9 pax  615   816     856  592   789    832   
Single Room Supplement   246   296    368    225    266    339   
10 pax up   545   636    706  522  611   682   
Single Room Supplement  177  242    289   159   216  265  
Monthly Special Offer ( Min. Pax: 10 )   485   558     432   488   
Single Room Supplement   159   221      138   185    
* Soft seat train ( Shanghai/Suzhou )
* 3* hotel ( budget ), 4* hotel ( standard ) or 5* hotel ( luxury ) , twin-bed room with private 
  shower and WC* English speaking local guide
* Daily meals ( exclude the special flavor food )
* Admission charges where applicable as shown in the tour description
* Transportation in the program
* Service charges for baggage handling between hotel and airport
* Domestic travel insurance
* International flights and tax
* Personal consumption
* Visa fee
* Tips for guide, driver and porter
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