Post-Congress Tours_6

Trip Line and Date:
Beijing__Nanjing__Hangzhou__Shanghai, August 29-September 4, 2002       
Trip Gist: 
This trip will show you the eastern part of China, which is claimed to be the paradise on earth. You will first fly to Nanjing, capital of the Nationalist government before 1949. You will visit the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-sen, founder of the Republic, and the Yangtze River Bridge. Then you will have a coach ride to Suzhou to tour the typical Chinese-style gardens. Then the coach will drive you to Hangzhou to see the Lingyin Temple and West Lake. The coach tour will end in Shanghai, where you will visit the Bund, the Jade Buddha Temple and the Yu Garden. The tour will end in Shanghai.

Trip Plan: 
Date  Arrangements
Aug. 29 Morning flight to Nanjing. Guided tour to Xuanwu Lake, Old President House and Confusius Temple. Overnight in Nanjing.
Aug. 30 Guided tour to Dr. Sun Yat-sen's Mausoleum, Zhonghua Gate and Yangtze River Bridge. Coach to Suzhou. Overnight in Suzhou. 
Aug. 31 Guided tour to Humble Administrator's Garden, Hanshan Temple, Tiger Hill and the Silk Factory.
Sept. 1  Guided tour to Zhou Zhuang. Coach to Hangzhou. Overnight in Hangzhou.
Sept. 2 Guided tour to Linyin Temple, West Lake, Yuefei Temple, and Tea Collage. 
Sept. 3 Coach to Shanghai. Visit Yu Garden, Jade Buddha Temple, the Bund, and Nanjing Road. Overnight in Shanghai. 
Sept. 4 Individual flight to home.
Twin Occupancy: US $330; Single Supplement: US $85 

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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