Constantly reimagining itself as it races towards the future, yet inextricably linked to its glorious, notorious past, Běijīng is as compelling as it is complex.
Shànghǎi is home to the world's second-tallest tower and a host of other neck-craning colossi. But it's not all sky-scraping razzmatazz. Beyond the crisply cool veneer of the modern city typified by Pǔdōng, you can lift the lid to a treasure chest of architectural styles.
Then transfer to Shanghai. Enjoy cultural program: Huangpu River Cruise along the bund in the evening.
Then visit Shanghai Museum which is the largest museum of ancient Chinese art in Shanghai and then go to the silk shop. Visit the lovely old Yuyuan Garden-outside look nine zig zag bridge with golden fish pond, bridges and pavilions. Step onto Yu Market (Old City God’s Temple), which is a major yet relatively inactive, Taoist temple in Shanghai. In the evening, visit Xintiandi, the essential night life of Shanghai with bars, Shikumen buildings, galleries, fashion shops, themed restaurants, and coffee shops. Then the following day enjoy Guangzhou tour with Pearl River Cruise. The Pearl River is the third largest river in China and the largest one in Guangzhou. It is so called because it contains a stone island resembling a huge pearl, polished by the constantly-flowing water of the river.
Remark: Only allowed one check-in luggage and 2hand luggage in the coach, if have extra check-in luggage had to arrange luggage van, the extra fee: USD8 per check-in luggage.
P.S. Appointed shopping is necessary, 2 shops in Beijing and 2 shops in Guangzhou and 2 shops in Shanghai, otherwise the quotation will be increased. The shopping sites are subject to change.