A Taste of China

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Overview

Featuring Historical Beijing & the Great Wall, Xi'an & the Terra Cotta Army, plus futuristic Shanghai; optional extensions: Yangtze Cruise or Hong Kong
Style Small Group TourTravel with a small, intimate group of 15-24 likeminded travelers escorted by an English speaking guide and/or tour manager for some or all of your journey. More of these packages
24 travelers max, dedicated tour escorts & guides throughout
Departures Scheduled Dates: 5 open departures, April – October 2019
Price Includes
  • Round trip flights from Los Angeles via China Eastern including fuel surcharges and taxes and fees
  • All intra-China flights and ground transportation
  • Deluxe and first class hotels with private bath
  • 12 Meals: 8 breakfasts plus 3 lunches and 1 dinner
  • Comprehensive touring program including entrance fees
  • Professional English-speaking tour director and local guides
  • Advanced audio headset guided tour system
Optional
  • Discounted optional tours package
  • Hong Kong Optional Post-Tour Extension
  • Yangtze Cruise Optional Post-Tour Extension (available Apr 25 - Sep 26, 2019 departures)
Highlights
  • Visit one of Shanghai's oldest attractions, the Yu Garden
  • Ascend the Great Wall of China for an unforgettable view
  • Explore Beijing's Forbidden City & Tiananmen Square
  • See the 2,200 year old Terra Cotta army in Xi'an
Departs Los Angeles (LAX) (flight schedule)
Themes History & CultureBucket List
What to Expect This moderately-paced, escorted tour includes a reasonable amount of walking or hiking and requires an average level of physical fitness. Hong Kong is an independent/self-guided extension.
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A Taste of China itinerary

With these great deals on tour packages to China, it's your year to visit this dream destination. You won't want to miss this wonderful opportunity to see China's most popular three cities at an amazing tour price. China has become one of the most attractive travel destinations in the world. You'll find impressive modern achievements within an ancient and incredibly rich culture whose recorded history dates back 5,000 years. Beijing, China's capital and, host of the 2008 Summer Olympics, and Shanghai, often called the "Paris of the East," are probably the most dynamic cities in the world. And Xi'an, which at first glance looks like any other large industrial city, is actually the site of one of the world's most important archeological treasures: the army of 2,200-year-old terra-cotta soldiers including more than 8,000 life-size ceramic soldiers, chariots and horses buried there to protect the tomb of the first Qin emperor. But don't wait too long to reserve your spot. At prices this low, our Taste of China tour will sell out quickly!

Dates, Prices & Options

Departure Dates & Prices

Early Bird Discounts: Save up to $300 per person for a limited time!
Departures & Prices, with flights
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2019 DEPARTURES
Depart / Return Package Price Early
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Departs: Thu, Apr 4, 2019
Returns: Sat, Apr 13, 2019
Apr 4 – Apr 13 $1949 Closed
Departs: Thu, Apr 25, 2019
Returns: Sat, May 4, 2019
Book by Fri, Feb 8, 2019 (midnight ET) to get the current early bird discount!
Apr 25 – May 4 $1949 –$100 Feb 8 $1849 Select
Departs: Thu, May 9, 2019
Returns: Sat, May 18, 2019
May 9 – May 18 $1949 Closed
Departs: Thu, May 30, 2019
Returns: Sat, Jun 8, 2019
Book by Sun, Dec 30, 2018 (midnight ET) to get the current early bird discount!
May 30 – Jun 8 $2399 –$200 Dec 30 $2199 Select
Departs: Thu, Jun 27, 2019
Returns: Sat, Jul 6, 2019
Book by Sun, Jan 27, 2019 (midnight ET) to get the current early bird discount!
Jun 27 – Jul 6 $2399 –$200 Jan 27 $2199 Select
Departs: Thu, Aug 8, 2019
Returns: Sat, Aug 17, 2019
Aug 8 – Aug 17 $2399 Closed
Departs: Thu, Sep 12, 2019
Returns: Sat, Sep 21, 2019
Book by Wed, Feb 13, 2019 (midnight ET) to get the current early bird discount!
Sep 12 – Sep 21 $1899 –$300 Feb 13 $1599 Select
Departs: Thu, Sep 26, 2019
Returns: Sat, Oct 5, 2019
Book by Wed, Feb 27, 2019 (midnight ET) to get the current early bird discount!
Sep 26 – Oct 5 $1899 –$300 Feb 27 $1599 Select

If you want a few extra days to explore on your own, we may be able to arrange for you to stay later than the scheduled dates, including extra hotel nights and separate airport transfers, for an additional charge. Ask us about prices and availability when (or after) you reserve. More information Want to extend your trip?

Options & Fees

A Taste of China
Rooming Selection
Double Occupancy included
Single Occupancy +$549
Optional Excursions
Discounted Optional Excursions Package
Sep 26, 2019 unavailable
All other departures +$185
Yangtze River Cruise Optional Post-Tour Extension1
Yangtze Cruise Extension
Aug 8, 2019 +$949
May 30, 2019;  Jun 27, 2019 +$1099
All other departures +$1149
Rooming Selection
Double Occupancy included
Single Occupancy
May 30, 2019;  Jun 27, 2019;  Aug 8, 2019 +$349
All other departures +$399

1. This extension requires a minimum of 2 passengers to operate. Flights for the extension must be confirmed separately by the airlines, which typically takes 3-5 business days after you place your booking. We will notify you immediately when confirmed.

Hong Kong Optional Post-Tour Extension
Hong Kong Extension1
Apr 25, 2019;  May 9, 2019 +$899
Sep 12, 2019 +$1049
Apr 4, 2019;  Sep 26, 2019 unavailable
All other departures +$549
Rooming Selection
Double Occupancy included
Single Occupancy
Sep 26, 2019 +$449
Sep 12, 2019 +$499
All other departures +$349
Optional Excursions
Full Day Macau Tour with Lunch +$140

1. This extension requires a minimum of 2 passengers to operate. Flights for the extension must be confirmed separately by the airlines, which typically takes 3-5 business days after you place your booking. We will notify you immediately when confirmed.

China Visa Fee1
China Visa Fee (paid separately) +$239

1. All visitors to China must obtain a visa. Comprehensive visa instructions will be included in your confirmation packet.

So that we can offer you the best deals, our packages are, like most hotels and cruises, priced based on double occupancy rooms or cabins. We charge solo travelers an extra fee to cover the extra costs of single occupancy rooms or cabins. (Consider: if you booked a $200/night hotel room solo, you would pay the $200 yourself; but if a couple booked the same room, each one would pay only $100.) But you only pay extra for the rooms or cabins, nothing else, including meals, sightseeing, tips, etc.

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Flights & Departure Cities

Departure Airports
Los Angeles (LAX) included

This package includes round-trip flights from the city listed above. Please review the flight schedule, especially if you're booking connecting flights.

Want to fly from another city? Flights from JFK are available for an additional cost. Ask us for a quote when (or after) you reserve, and we'll get back to you with the price and availability within 3 business days. Unfortunately, we don't offer flights from any other cities, but you can book your own connecting flights.

How to Make a Reservation

To make a reservation, simply select an available departure date and reserve online using our secure booking system. Or call one of our travel specialists at 800-555-5765. But first, check out our Things to Know section.

We only require a per-person deposit payment, which you can pay with your credit card or PayPal account. This deposit will be applied towards the cost of your package, and is generally non-refundable. The balance is due 75 days prior to departure (or within 72 hours, if you're booking less than 75 days prior to departure), and can be paid by credit card, PayPal, check or money order.

Deposit
Deposit $300

Itinerary

Day 1: Depart USA

  • Depart the USA on your flight bound for Shanghai, China via Beijing
  • Passengers departing LAX must check in by 9:30am today

Day 2: Shanghai

Accommodations: 3 nights Regal International East Asia Hotel, or similar, Shanghai.

  • Arrive in Shanghai, meet your guide and transfer to your hotel

Day 3: Shanghai

Included meals: Breakfast & lunch.

  • Visit the Yu Garden in Shanghai
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant
  • Balance of the day is at leisure, or join optional excursions

Nanjing Road, ShanghaiFull Day Itinerary: This morning, visit one of Shanghai's oldest attractions, the Yu Garden. The garden was originally constructed in the 16th century, but the current layout was part of a five-year restoration project which began in the 1950's. After exploring the Yu Garden's impressive rockeries and pavilions, enjoy lunch with your fellow travelers. The balance of the day is at leisure in Shanghai to explore on your own.

Oriental Pearl TV Tower, ShanghaiOptional Excursion: Oriental Pearl TV Tower & Shanghai Museum, $50 (purchased locally). Begin your tour at the Shanghai Museum of ancient Chinese art, which houses a collection of 120,000 precious works. Next, get a panoramic view of the city atop the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, a unique architectural addition to the Shanghai cityscape and one of the largest radio and TV towers in the world. Other stops on this optional tour include the lively Xintiandi Bar Street and the picturesque French Concession.

Optional Excursion: Dinner and acrobatics show, $48 (purchased locally).This evening, take advantage of an optional dinner followed by an exciting acrobatics show.

Day 4: Shanghai

Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Full day at leisure in Shanghai or optional excursion to Suzhou

Gardens in SuzhouOptional Excursion: Full day Suzhou tour with lunch, $95. Travel by motor coach to Suzhou, China's well-known "city of gardens". On this full day excursion including lunch, you will visit the Master of Nets Garden, explore a local market, take a ride by rickshaw for a tour of water town, visit a silk factory and embark on a boat ride through Suzhou's lovely canals. Return by motor coach to Shanghai later this evening.

Day 5: Shanghai & Xi'an

Accommodations: 2 nights Grand Mercure Xi'an on Renmin Square or similar, Xi'an. Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Transfer by maglev train to the airport for your flight to Xi'an
  • Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for check-in
  • Balance of the day is at leisure or join an optional dinner show

Full Day Itinerary: After breakfast, transfer by maglev train to the airport for your flight to Xi'an. Transfer to your hotel for check-in and enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure for independent exploration.

Tang Dynasty Dinner Show MusiciansOptional Excursion: Dumpling Dinner and Tang Dynasty dance performance, $48. This evening, enjoy an optional Dumpling Dinner and Tang Dynasty dance performance.

Day 6: Xi'an

Included meals: Breakfast & lunch.

  • Visit the famous Terra Cotta Army archeological site
  • See the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and City Wall
  • Enjoy an included lunch at a local restaurant

Friendly Planet travelers at the Terra Cotta Warriors site in Xi'anFull Day Itinerary: Today, board your touring coach and drive to the site of the famous 2,200-year-old Terra Cotta Army, among the most important archaeological discoveries of modern times. More than 8,000 life-size ceramic soldiers, chariots and horses have been uncovered, but it's only a fraction of the total buried there to protect the tomb of the first Qin emperor. Each soldier is based on an actual person of the time, and all segments of Chinese society are represented. Learn more about this fascinating site during your visit to the Terra Cotta Warriors Museum.

Other stops on today's tour include the Big Wild Goose Pagoda and City Wall, followed by an included lunch. Time permitting, you'll also enjoy a chance to shop for ancient Chinese furniture or ceramics.

Day 7: X'ian & Beijing

Accommodations: 3 nights Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing, or similar, Beijing. Included meals: Breakfast & dinner.

  • Fly from Xi'an to Beijing
  • Afternoon tour of Beijing's Hutongs
  • Visit a pearl factory for shopping then continue to dinner

Girl selling trinketsFull Day Itinerary: Transfer to the airport for your flight to Beijing, China's historic and cultural capital. Upon arrival, transfer to your centrally located hotel for check-in.

This afternoon you'll travel to the intricate maze of Beijing's Hutongs to explore the way the Chinese have lived for centuries. These ancient, labyrinthine alleys or lanes are still an important feature in the urban landscape of Beijing, where houses along Hutongs still occupy one third of the total area, providing housing for half the population and providing yet another example of Beijing as an ancient yet modern city. End your tour with a visit to an exquisite pearl factory and enjoy an included dinner.

Day 8: Beijing

Included meals: Breakfast & lunch.

  • See China's Olympic venues, the Bird's Nest and Water Cube
  • Stop at a jade factory for a demonstration and shopping
  • Explore the Great Wall of China
  • See the Sacred Way of the Ming Tombs

Full Day Itinerary: Depart after breakfast on a full day included excursion to the Great Wall of China. En route, view the Olympic venues, the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube, and enjoy a visit to the jade factory with a presentation and some time for shopping.

Great Wall of ChinaThe Great Wall follows a ridge of barren hills and stretches at least 13,000 miles. Construction of the Great Wall, which spanned more than two thousand years, began between the 7th and 6th century B.C. and continued through the Ming Dynasty. The wall was originally built of stone, wood, grass and earth, but during the Ming Dynasty, bricks were produced in kilns set up along the wall. The bricks were carried by men, donkeys, mules, and even goats, which had bricks tied to their heads before being driven up a mountain.

Ming TombsConclude your visit at the Sacred Way, an ancient road linking the Ming Tombs, the burial site of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty. A massive stone archway, built in 1540 at the southern end is decorated with designs of clouds, waves and divine animals.

Optional Excursion: Peking Duck dinner and Legend of Kung Fu show, $53 (purchased locally). Tonight, enjoy an optional Peking Duck dinner followed by the Legend of Kung Fu show, a special Shaolin Kung Fu stage performance that blends music, martial arts, and a moving story.

Day 9: Beijing

Included meals: Breakfast & lunch.

  • See Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City
  • Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant
  • Afternoon at leisure, or join an optional tour to the Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven

Forbidden City, BeijingFull Day Itinerary: Today's tour begins at historic Tiananmen Square. Afterward, continue to the Forbidden City, located at the exact center of the ancient city of Beijing where it served as the imperial palace during the mid-Ming and Qing Dynasties. Known as the Palace Museum today, its extensive grounds cover 720,000 square meters, 800 buildings and more than 8,000 rooms. The Forbidden City is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world and was declared a World Heritage site in 1987.

After lunch at a local restaurant, enjoy the balance of the day at leisure or join our optional tour to the Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven.

Temple of Heaven, BeijingOptional Excursion: Summer Palace and Temple of Heaven, $50. Enjoy some time at the Summer Palace, the quintessential Chinese garden, a UNESCO World Heritage site ranked among the most noted classical gardens of the world. Continue to the Temple of Heaven, the most holy of Beijing's Imperial temples, is the place where Chinese Emperors came to worship heaven and to pray for a good harvest.

Day 10: Depart Beijing/Arrive USA

Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Transfer to the airport for your return flight
  • Arrive in the USA later today

 

Optional Excursions Package: $185 per person

Save by pre-booking a discounted package of our most popular optional excursions:

  • Suzhou full day tour, including lunch (Day 4)
  • Xi'an Dumpling Dinner plus Tang Dynasty Dance Performance (Day 5)
  • Summer Palace & Temple of Heaven tour (Day 9)

You can book these excursions individually in China. But you can save if you purchase this special package ahead of time—with or before your final payment. These are not "seat in coach" excursions that pick up passengers at various hotels; all are operated for Friendly Planet groups only.

Yangtze River Cruise Extension

Extend your stay in China with an unforgettable 4-night luxury cruise on the Yangtze River from Yichang to Chongqing on board Victoria Cruise's deluxe river cruiser the Victoria Katarina. Plus, you'll experience a superior level of service and amenities with our included executive-level package upgrade.

Day 10: Beijing & Yichang

Accommodations: 4 nights Victoria Katarina cruise ship. Included meals: Breakfast & dinner.

  • Afternoon flight to Yichang
  • Board your deluxe Yangtze River cruise ship
  • Enjoy an included buffet dinner on board

Full Day Itinerary: Transfer to the airport for a short flight to Yichang. Upon arrival, transfer to board your cruise ship, the Victoria Katarina, one of the Yangtze's largest deluxe river cruisers. Enjoy an buffet dinner on board then settle into your executive-level superior cabin with outside balcony and enjoy the upgraded executive-level services and amenities that are included.

Day 11: The Three Gorges Dam & Xiling Gorge

Included meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner.

  • See the impressive Three Gorges Dam at Sandouping
  • Sail through ship locks and the Xiling Gorge

Three Gorges Dam & Yangtze RiverFull Day Itinerary: Before setting sail for the Xiling Gorge, the first of the three famous gorges you'll visit during your cruise, you first have an opportunity to learn about the huge dam project built on the Yangtze River. The Three Gorges Dam at Sandouping is one of the largest construction projects ever undertaken by mankind, and has been a dream for generations. The Chinese Government finally gave its approval to launch the project in 1992, some seventy years after Sun Yat-sen first proposed the idea, and was completed in 2006, and became fully operational in 2011. The dam produces electricity, increases the river's shipping capacity, and reduces the potential for floods downstream by providing flood storage space. Currently the dam has generated enough electricity to cover more than one third of its cost. Return to your river cruiser and begin your sail through ship locks and the Xiling Gorge, longest and historically the most turbulent of the Yangtze gorges. Before the passage was made safe in the 1950s, the whole surface of the water was a swirling mass of whirlpools sucking the froth they created into their centers.' Xiling comprises seven small gorges and two of the fiercest rapids in the stretch of the Yangtze between Chongqing and Yichang.

Day 12: Daning River "Small Gorges," Wu Gorge & Qutang Gorge

Included meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner.

  • Take an excursion to through the Daning River Small Gorges
  • Sail to Wu Gorge, the most beautiful section of the Yangtze
  • Continue to Qutang Gorge and the Kui Gate

Yangtze RiverFull Day Itinerary: After breakfast, take an excursion to through the Daning River Small Gorges, which are narrower than the Three Gorges, but very impressive.

Depending on weather conditions, Shennon Stream may be substituted. With crystal clear water, this tributary of the Yangtze River flows swiftly from north to south through deep gorges. A sampan tour takes you on an exciting, high speed adventure along this newly opened unspoiled river.

Return to your river cruiser and continue sailing to Wu Gorge, the most beautiful section of the Yangtze River, flanked by high peaks that are often capped by fog or clouds. The steep slopes of the gorge are green with trees and bushes but navigators from times past knew that the lovely scenery hid dangers, including whirlpools, quicksand and rapidly varying currents. Continue sailing to Qutang Gorge, known for its sheer and spectacular precipices and uniquely beautiful natural formations from every direction. Two mountains, the Red Passage Mountain to the north and the White Salt Mountain to the south, form the Kui Gate, a giant passage through which the tumultuous Yangtze bursts in an exciting rush of rolling and roaring water.

Day 13: Shibaozhai

Included meals: Breakfast, lunch & dinner.

  • Visit Shibaozhai, a 9-story pagoda; or explore the ghost city of Fengdu

Shibaozhai PagodaFull Day Itinerary: Today you'll visit Shibaozhai, with its impressive 9-story wooden pagoda, appropriately named "The Pearl of the Yangtze." Shibaozhai is a steep rocky hill which resembles a colossal jade seal on the horizon. Legends attribute the creation of the hill to goddess Nuwo and her efforts to redecorate the sky. The temple at the top of the hill was built during the reign of the Emperor Qianlong and no nails were used during its construction. The red pagoda with a yellow entrance gate decorated with lions and dragons, hugs one side of the rock. As the base of the pagoda would have been beneath the water level of Three Gorges Dam, significant efforts were made to protect the area from rising water and preserve the historic site.

Depending on weather conditions, Fengdu may be substituted: Fengdu, known as a "ghost city," is popular today among tourists who come to visit the temples and shrines dedicated to the gods of the underworld. Known for its statues of ghosts and devils on Mingshan Hill, Fengdu was first described as a "City of Ghosts" in two ancient, classic Chinese works: "Monkey King" and "Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio." In keeping with the town's theme, landmarks bear thematic names such as "Last Glance at Home Tower," "Nothing-to-be-Done Bridge," and "Ghost Torturing Pass."

Day 14: Chongqing & Depart/Arrive USA

Included meals: Breakfast & lunch.

  • Disembark your cruise ship at Chongqing this morning
  • Visit the former headquarters of General Joseph W. Stilwell, now a WWII museum
  • Proceed to the Chongqing Panda Zoo to see the giant panda
  • Transfer to the airport for your return flight via Beijing
  • Arrive in the USA later today

Giant Panda Full Day Itinerary: You arrive at Chongqing this morning, disembark the cruise ship and board your touring coach. Lunch will be provided at a local restaurant. Afterwards visit the former headquarters of General Joseph W. Stilwell, now a museum that pays tribute to the cooperation between the allied powers of the U.S. and China and their combined efforts against fascism during the Second World War. Next, you'll proceed to the Chongqing Panda Zoo to see the giant panda. Later, transfer to the airport for your return flight home via Beijing.

 

Hong Kong Extension

Prepare to be dazzled by a breathtaking symphony of lights in cosmopolitan Hong Kong. City-lovers worldwide rank Hong Kong among their must-see destinations, and for good reason. With its glorious harbor, excellent shopping, renowned restaurants, and some of the best nighttime skylines in the world, Hong Kong has it all.

Day 10: Beijing & Hong Kong

Accommodations: 3 nights The Royal Garden Hotel, Hong Kong. Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Fly from Beijing to Hong Kong

Nathan Road, Golden Mile, Kowloon © DiscoverHongKong.comFull Day Itinerary: Transfer to the airport your flight to cosmopolitan Hong Kong. You'll be escorted to your luxurious hotel located in the bustling heart of Kowloon, near the scenic harbor and the "Golden Mile," Hong Kong's famous shopping district.

Day 11: Hong Kong

Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Morning tour of Hong Kong Island with peak tram ride
  • Afternoon at leisure for independent sightseeing

Victoria Peak tram, Hong Kong Full Day Itinerary: Your morning tour of Hong Kong Island features a ride to the top of Victoria Peak for a magnificent city and harbor view. Descend and continue to Repulse Bay and Aberdeen fishing village, a community of some 600 colorful floating homes. Conclude your tour with some time for shopping. The afternoon is yours at leisure for independent sightseeing in the city.

Evening cruise, Victoria HarborTonight, we recommend an optional dinner cruise (purchased locally) aboard the Hong Kong Bauhinia, where you'll enjoy a fabulous buffet dinner, live music, and stunning nighttime views of the glistening harbor.

Day 12: Hong Kong

Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Full day at leisure, or optional excursion to the former Portuguese colony of Macau

Full Day Itinerary: Enjoy a full day at leisure to take in the sights and sounds of Hong Kong on your own or shop to your heart's content.

Senado Square, MacauOptional Excursion: Full Day Macau Tour with Lunch, $140 The name “Macau” is derived from the name of a Chinese Goddess, popular among seafarers and fisherman, known as A-Ma or Ling-Ma. On this full day tour, you’ll be picked up at your Hong Kong hotel and taken to the ferry station where you’ll cast off bound for Macau. Your tour includes visits to some of Macau’s most popular sights: The statue of Kum Iam, Macau Tower and A-Ma Temple, just to name a few.  You’ll even get a chance to try your luck at one of Macau’s famous casinos. The tour also includes lunch and return transportation to  your hotel in Hong Kong. This is a regularly-scheduled, English-speaking bus tour and may have pick-up service from various hotels. Note: Men wearing shorts or children under 21 will not be permitted entry into casinos. 

Day 13: Depart Hong Kong/Arrive USA

Included meals: Breakfast.

  • Transfer to the airport for your return flight via Beijing
  • Arrive in the USA later today

Hotels

Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing

Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing

First Class

Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing is a stylish haven right in the heart of Beijing's bustling cultural and business center.  The hotel is just minutes away from the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, the Temple of Heaven, and also offers quick access to Beijing's main commercial, entertainment, and shopping districts.

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Regal International East Asia Hotel

Regal International East Asia Hotel

Deluxe

The luxurious 5-star Regal International East Asia Hotel is ideally located on Hengshan Road with cafes, bars, exquisite shops and beautifully arranged gardens as well as various European style houses scattered along the dense boulevard. This impressive tree-lined promenade stretches to the two ends of the famous commercial and leisure center - Xu Jia Qui and Huai Hai Road.

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In the unlikely event that a particular hotel is not available, a similar or better hotel may be substituted.

Cruise Ship

Victoria Katarina

Victoria Katarina

Victoria Katarina set a new standard in cruise ship design for Yangtze River cruising when it was inaugurated in 2004. Refurbished in 2014, the premier ship was constructed with Victoria Cruises personal touches blending both modern and elegant architecture. 

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