9 Days Tibet Travel
To Beijing, Lhasa And Shanghai
Tour Code: Tibet_10
1. Tour Itinerary
Arrive in Beijing,
you will be met by our guide and
transferred to your Hotel. Our
guide will greet you at the airport
outside the luggage claim area,
holding a sign with your name
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Tour to Tiananmen Square, the
Forbidden City (the Imperial Palace)
and the Summer Palace. Enjoy the
Beijing Duck Dinner and the Peking
Opera in the evening.
Square: Tian'anmen was the
front gate of the Imperial Palace
during the Ming and Qing dynasties.
In front of the gate is the world's
largest open ground in the city
- the Tian'anmen Square.
City: Used to be the imperial
palace of the Ming (1368 - 1644)
and Qing (1616-1911) dynasties.
Palace: A magnificent imperial
garden, the largest ancient preserved
garden in China and a former summer
resort for emperors.
Duck Dinner: The most delicious
food Beijing has to offer.
Opera: The most influential
and representaive of all operas
in China and has a history of
about 200 years.
Take an excursion to the Great
Wall and the Ming Tombs. See the
appearance of the Bird's Nest
(Olympic National Stadium) at
Great Wall: The best preserved
part of the Ming dynasty (1368
- 1644) Great Wall.
Tombs: The mausoleums of 13
emperors of the Ming Dynasty.
The mausoleums have been perfectly
- Lhasa (Breakfast
Tour to the Temple of Heaven.
Transfer to the airport for flight
Pick up from Lhasa airport and
transfer to hotel.
of Heaven: An outstanding
representative of Chinese traditional
architecture for its clever design
and harmoneous colors. During
the Ming and Qing dynasties, the
emperor came to pray and thank
gods for the harvests every year.
Tour to the Potala Palace, the
Sera Monastery, the Norbulingka
and visit a Tibetan family.
Palace: At an elevation of
more than 3,700m, the Potala occupies
an area of more than 360,000m.
Its 13-story main portion rises
117m. The whole complex, consisting
of halls, stupa-tomb halls (where
the relics of the supreme lamas
are preserved), shrines, prayer
rooms, monks' dormitories and
courtyards, is recognized as the
world's highest and largest castle
Monastery: Located at the
southern slope of the Serawoze
Mountain in the northern suburb
of Lhasa, the monastery covers
an area that was once strewn with
wild roses called Sewa. It was
built by Sagya Yeshes (1354-1435,
who was given the title of the
Great Mercy Prince of Dharma during
the Ming Dynasty), one of the
eight disciples of Zongkapa, founder
of the Gelug Sect of Tibetan Buddhism,
in 1419. In 1982, the monastery
was put under national protection.
meaning "treasure park"
in the Tibetan language, is a
palace and surrounding park in
Lhasa, Tibet, which served as
the traditional summer residence
of the successive Dalai Lamas
from the 1780s until the late
Tour to the Jokhang Temple, the
Drepung Monastery, the Tibet Museum
and visit the Barkhor Street.
Temple: Jokhang Temple is
the spiritual center of Tibet.
Everyday pilgrims from every corner
of Tibet trek a long distance
to the temple. Some of them even
progress prostrate by body length
to the threshold of the temple.
Pilgrims fuel myriad of flickering
butter lamps with yak butter,
or honor their deities with white
scarves (Kha-btags or Hada) while
murmuring sacred mantras to show
their pieties to the Buddha.
Drepung Monastery: Drepung
Monastery is actually a collection
of Buddhist chapels and colleges
located about 8km west of Lhasa.
The word Drepung can be literally
translated as "rice pile", a name
whose meaning becomes clear when
you see the white-walled buildings
scattered along the hill. Originally
founded in 1416, the monastery
in its heyday was home to 10,000
monks (around 1600). In 1530,
the second Dalai Lama built his
palace here, known as the Ganden
Palace, which was used until the
fifth Dalai Lama built the Potala.
Tibet Museum: The Tibet Museum
was officially inaugurated in
October of 1999, with a permanent
collection that celebrates the
History of Tibetan Culture. The
design of the exhibit uses traditional
Tibetan architecture such as Tibetan
doors, beam-decoration, patterns
and so on, in order to create
the atmosphere of authentic Tibetan
Street: Located in the old
area of Lhasa City, Tibet, Barkhor
Street is a very ancient round
street surrounding the Jokhang
Temple and the Tibetan people
are always proud of it. As a symbol
of Lhasa, this street is also
a must-see place for the tourists.
- Shanghai (Breakfast
Transfer to the airport for flight
via Chengdu. You will connect
the flight at Chengdu airport
by yourselves. Our guide will
meet you at Shanghai airport and
transfer to the hotel. Visit the
Bund that is a great street for
Bund: The Bund is one of the
symbols of Shanghai. Located along
the Huangpu River, the Bund shows
off Shanghai's outstanding foreign
buildings, most of which were
erected before 1937.
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Visit the Shanghai Museum, the
Yu Yuan Garden, Shanghai Old Street
and former French Concession.
Enjoy the Portman Acrobatic Show
in the evening.
Museum: Shanghai Museum is
a treasure house of Chinese cultural
essence with a rich collection
of 120,000 valuable antique items.
Shanghai Museum is especially
famous for its treasures of bronzes
(bells, knives, axeheads, chariot
ornaments), ceramics, Chinese
calligraphy and traditional paintings.
Yuan Garden: This small park
is located in the heart of Shanghai's
old Chinese quarter and links
to Yuyuan Market. Built in 1559,
in the Suzhou style by a high
official in honor of his father,
the garden has maintained its
classic beauty over the centuries.
French Concession: The French
Concession is the area of Shanghai
once designated for the French.
Today, the area's central Huaihai
Rd is a busy shopping street,
but the tree-lined avenues and
their many Tudor mansions still
retain an air of the "Paris
of the East".
Transfer to the airport for your
departure, end of service.
2. Hotel Accommodation
3. Tour Price
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will quote LATEST
for the above tour.
1. Your name and nationality;
2. The number of persons in your party,
if there are childre, please let us know
3. Your travel date;
4. The code of the tour that you are interested
in (each tour has a code like: CNT_18,
you can find the code of a tour at the
top of the page where the tour is);
5. Please let us know would you like 5-star
luxury hotels or standard 4-star hotels
or comfortable 3-star hotels for your
6. If you would like us to tailor make
a new tour for you that is different from
above tour, please let us know your requests.
4. Quotation Inclusions For The Above Tour:
1. Hotel accommodation
The hotel is based on two persons sharing
one twin or double standard room with
Daily American or Chinese breakfast at
the hotel, Chinese lunch and dinner in
local Chinese restaurant as specified
in the itinerary.
3. Private Transport
Private transport between airport or railway
station and hotel and all the sights by
The economic class air tickets of the
domestic flight or soft berth/seat train
tickets between cities as specified in
The main entrance tickets for the sights
6. Guiding service
All normal sightseeing tours in each city
with English-speaking guide and admission
fees where applicable. Our guide will
not fly with you from one city to another.
Upon your arrival at each city, a new
local guide and driver will pick you up,
be with you for local tour and see you
off after you finish the itinerary of
each city. The cruise shore excursion
is in-group assigned by the cruise company.
China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance.
We highly recommend that you purchase
full coverage travel insurance from you
country of origin.
8. Tibet Travel
Permit application fee
The Tibet Travel Permit application fee
if your tour covers Tibet.
5. Quotation Exclusions For The Above Tour:
1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to enter
of arrival and departure
The international or domestic air / train
charge of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room
Should a twin room is needed by a single
guest, supplement of the twin room will
is single supplement?
The hotel is based on
double occupancy. If the visitor travels
alone or the number of the travelers is
odd (such as 3,5, 7...), who stays in
one single room has to pay the single
room supplement. As the hotel is on double
Expenses of a personal nature such as
laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call,
optional activities or sightseeing, overweight
baggage charges or meals not indicated,
Optional programs which are not specified
in the above itinerary.
6. Tips to guides