Post-Congress Tours_3

Trip Line and Date:
Beijing__Xi'an__Chengdu__Kunming , August 29__September 5, 2002 
Trip Gist:
During this trip, you will first visit the underground army of Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, Banpo Museum of remains of a settlement in the Neolithic age, and the Provincial Museum of History in Xian. Then you will fly to Chengdu, an important city in Southwestern China, to visit the Panda Research Center and Dujiang Dam, an ancient water conservancy project. In Kunming you will visit the Western Hills and take a day trip tour to the Stone Forest. The tour will end in Kunming, and you can fly out to Hong Kong or other Chinese cities by your own 
Trip Plan:
Aug. 29  Early morning flight to Xi'an. Guided tour to the Old City Wall and Provincial Museum of History.  Overnight in Xian. 
Aug. 30  Guided tour to Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, Banpo Museu, Evening dinner show.
Aug. 31 Early morning flight to Chengdu. Visit the Panda Research Center. Overnight in Chengdu.
Sept. 1 Guided tour to Thatched Cottage of Du Fu and Wuhou Temple.
Sept. 2 Guided tour to Dujiang Dam. Afternoon flight to Kunming. Overnight in Kunming.
Sept. 3 One day trip to Stone Forest
Sept. 4 Guided tour to EXPO Garden, Golden Temple and Grand Sight Pavilion.
Sept. 5 Individual flight to Hong Kong or other destinations.
Note: This tour assumes that you will fly to Hong Kong from Guilin. So book your plane ticket to Hong Kong or other destination before you sign up for the tour.
Twin Occupancy: US $560; Single Supplement: US $95  

Twin-room occupancy means that you will share the room with another person  you have chosen. So, if you book double occupancy for a tour, you have to book for two persons, or you book for yourself and your friend books for himself / herself. In either case, you have to indicate your roommate.

If you are going to take a pre- or post-congress tour by yourself, you have to pay the rate for twin-room occupancy plus the rate for single supplement. And you will use a single room during the tour. 




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