China Highlights


China Highlights

 China-(PRC)

14 days days from £2650 pp  Including flight
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Embark on the adventure of a life time with this wonderful round trip of China.

At a Glance

  • Visit incredible spots
  • Explore temples and pagodas
  • Embrace the local culture
  • Enjoy River cruise
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Embark on the adventure of a life time with this wonderful round trip of China. This trip allows you to experience the bustling cities of Beijing and Shanghai and enjoy delicious oriental cuisine. You will explore greatest and inspiring Great Wall. What’s more, you will also be staying in cruise in Yangtze River.

What’s included?

>>Return economy flights from London Heathrow to Beijing (1 stopover 1-4 hours)
>>Departures available from UK regional airport at extra surcharge
>>Airlines; Aeroflot, Finnair, Turkish, Etihad, China Eastern , China Southern, KLM
>>Outbound and inbound flights will be between 6.30am and 11.30pm
>>Valid for selected flights & dates; surcharge may apply for alternative flights
>>Hand luggage: 1 bag up to 7kg
>>Check-in luggage: 23-30kg (varies as per airlines)
>>Sightseeing as per itinerary
>>Entrance fees to the monuments
>>Breakfast each morning at the hotels
>>All transfers & train tickets as per itinerary
>>This holiday is financially protected under ATOL licence 7375

Optional

>>Upgrade to half board (breakfast and dinner excl. Beverages) for £215 per person
>>Upgrade to 4 star hotels for £329 per person
>>Extend 04 nights Guilin, Yangshuo & Shanghai for £585 per person (flights included)
>>Extend 02 nights Hong Kong for £250 per person (flights not included)

The Experience

Day 01: Departure London

You will board to plane from London Heathrow to Beijing. 

Day 02: Beijing Arrival

Upon arrival in Beijing you will be met by your tour manager and transferred to your hotel. You will have the evening to relax and prepare for your full day tour tomorrow.

Day 03: Beijing, Beijing Zoo, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City

Begin your day with your daily hotel buffet breakfast, featuring a large selection of Asian and Western cuisine. You will then set out with your trip leader to visit the famous Beijing Zoo to see China’s national treasures – the loveable Giant Pandas. Afterwards you will continue the tour with a visit to Tiananmen Square, one of the largest and grandest public plazas in the world. Enter the imposing walls of the Forbidden City, once the exclusive domain of the Ming Dynasty, for an extensive tour through this vast complex. Experience a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony while sampling China’s locally-favoured brews at a Tea House. Return to your hotel in the evening, relax and refresh or enjoy an optional evening performance – Kung Fu Legend, before this evening’s meal of Peking Duck.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 04: Beijing, the Great Wall, 2008 Olympic Games Sites

Today you will learn about Jade, China’s most precious and celebrated stone, and its manufacturing process at the largest Jade factory in Beijing. Afterwards, you will travel into the rugged mountain landscapes north of the city to the magnificent Great Wall of China. Once on top of this ancient defensive structure, you’ll find that some sections may be quite steep, but the views are magnificent and the experience is truly unforgettable. You will then visit the 2008 Olympic Games sites including the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube. Return to the city and enjoy your evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 05: Beijing

Today is a leisure day, and you are free to explore the city on your own. You may choose to explore the Summer Palace, ranked amongst the World Heritage Sites in 1998 by UNESCO. The palace radiates beauty and the grandeur of the royal gardens need to been seen to be believed. You also have the option to join the Hutong Tour and explore the Hutong neighbourhood, one of Beijing’s rapidly disappearing traditional districts, on a rickshaw. In the evening you will board a soft sleeper overnight train and travel to Xi’an.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 06: Xi’an, Wild Goose Pagoda, Provincial Museum

During your first day in Xi’an you will visit the Wild Goose Pagoda. The temple was originally used by a large team of scholars to translate the Buddhism Scriptures into Chinese and subsequently became a holy place for pilgrims. You will then have time to visit the Provincial Museum, which documents China’s archaeological finds which date back to the Neolithic Age (20000 years ago), all the way to the dynasties from 980 AD. In the evening, you may choose to join the optional evening entertainment – Tang Dynasty Dance Performance.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 07: Xi’an, Terracotta Warriors, Moslem Street

Today you may enjoy a morning of leisure to explore the ancient city of Xi’an. For a period of more than 1,000 years Xi’an served as China’s capital city and as such, is home to a great number of precious relics and historical sites. You may choose to join our optional tour to visit the Terracotta Warriors and Moslem Street. The Terracotta Warriors Site is considered the eighth wonder of the world and was discovered by accident in 1974. You will see the army of over 7000 soldiers, archers, horses and chariots that has guarded Emperor Qin’s tomb since 210BC. Each figure is unique and the painstaking repair and evacuation continues to this day. After lunch, walk through the famous Moslem Street, where many souvenirs and delicious local snacks can be sampled.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 08: Xi’an – Shanghai, Nanjing Walking District, Shanghai Museum

Today, you will be transferred to the airport for you flight to Shanghai, China’s vibrant financial and artistic centre. Upon arrival you will be met by your tour guide and begin a tour of the city. You will visit the Shanghai Nanjing walking district and the Shanghai Museum to learn more about Shanghai’s local culture and history. In the evening, enjoy some leisure time or choose to join the optional Huangpu River Cruise. A cruise along the Huangpu River gives visitors an opportunity to see many of Shanghai’s famous sites such as the People’s Hero Monument, the Bund, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the bustling International Passenger Station of Shanghai Harbour, the docks, the Wusong ancient gun fort relics and the dramatic skyline of the Pudong business district.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 09: Shanghai – Yichang

Early morning you will be dropped to the train station for train to Yichang. It is a speed / bullet train departs Shanghai around 0700h and reaches Yichang at around 1520h (timings are subject to change). Upon arrival, you will embark the cruise ship and commence your memorable 4-night cruise down the Yangtze River.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Yangtze River Cruise, Three Gorges Dam

Today’s activities include; a morning Tai Chi lesson and a shore excursion to the Three Gorges Dam Site. The Three Gorges Dam Site is one of the largest construction projects undertaken by mankind and is the biggest hydropower project in the world. This evening you will return to the ship and attend the Captain’s Welcome Banquet and enjoy the evening entertainment with a Chinese dancing ball.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Yangtze River Cruise, Lesser Three Gorges

Today you will enjoy a shore excursion to Lesser Three Gorges – a shinning pearl hidden in remote mountains. They are much smaller, narrower and are surrounded by dramatic scenery. Along the Yangtze River you will appreciate the beauty of the Qutang Gorge and Wu Gorge and visit the ancient plank road, Mengliang Stairway and the Hanging Coffins. You will land at Badong and travel to the Shennong Stream via a small wooden boat. You will then return to the ship and continue sailing into the western section of Xiling Gorge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Yangtze River Cruise, Shibaozhai

Today you will enjoy your final shore excursion to the legendary Shibaozhai, which has a history of over 400 years. The literal translation of Shibaozhai is ‘Precious Stone Fortress’, as the red stone pavilion was built against the side of a 200 metre tall hill. The 9 story red pavilion was constructed in 1819 to allow people to reach the Buddhist temple at the very top. Prior to its construction, people reached its peak using a system of chains. In the evening you will enjoy the Farewell Dinner and pack your bags in preparation to disembark the cruise ship tomorrow.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Chongqing

This morning you will disembark the cruise ship in the magnificent city of Chongqing. After checking into your hotel you may choose to spend a day of leisure exploring the city.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 14: Depart Chongqing

Your last day on tour will be spent visiting the Panda House in Chongqing Zoo. Afterwards, you will visit the Ciqikou Village – an historical street with buildings in the Ming and Qing architectural style. Afterwards you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home or you may choose to extend your stay and continue to explore the mesmerising cities of China. We hope you enjoyed your journey to China with us!

Meals: Breakfast

The Experience

Day 01: Departure London

You will board to plane from London Heathrow to Beijing. 

Day 02: Beijing Arrival

Upon arrival in Beijing you will be met by your tour manager and transferred to your hotel. You will have the evening to relax and prepare for your full day tour tomorrow.

Day 03: Beijing, Beijing Zoo, Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City

Begin your day with your daily hotel buffet breakfast, featuring a large selection of Asian and Western cuisine. You will then set out with your trip leader to visit the famous Beijing Zoo to see China’s national treasures – the loveable Giant Pandas. Afterwards you will continue the tour with a visit to Tiananmen Square, one of the largest and grandest public plazas in the world. Enter the imposing walls of the Forbidden City, once the exclusive domain of the Ming Dynasty, for an extensive tour through this vast complex. Experience a traditional Chinese Tea Ceremony while sampling China’s locally-favoured brews at a Tea House. Return to your hotel in the evening, relax and refresh or enjoy an optional evening performance – Kung Fu Legend, before this evening’s meal of Peking Duck.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 04: Beijing, the Great Wall, 2008 Olympic Games Sites

Today you will learn about Jade, China’s most precious and celebrated stone, and its manufacturing process at the largest Jade factory in Beijing. Afterwards, you will travel into the rugged mountain landscapes north of the city to the magnificent Great Wall of China. Once on top of this ancient defensive structure, you’ll find that some sections may be quite steep, but the views are magnificent and the experience is truly unforgettable. You will then visit the 2008 Olympic Games sites including the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube. Return to the city and enjoy your evening at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 05: Beijing

Today is a leisure day, and you are free to explore the city on your own. You may choose to explore the Summer Palace, ranked amongst the World Heritage Sites in 1998 by UNESCO. The palace radiates beauty and the grandeur of the royal gardens need to been seen to be believed. You also have the option to join the Hutong Tour and explore the Hutong neighbourhood, one of Beijing’s rapidly disappearing traditional districts, on a rickshaw. In the evening you will board a soft sleeper overnight train and travel to Xi’an.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 06: Xi’an, Wild Goose Pagoda, Provincial Museum

During your first day in Xi’an you will visit the Wild Goose Pagoda. The temple was originally used by a large team of scholars to translate the Buddhism Scriptures into Chinese and subsequently became a holy place for pilgrims. You will then have time to visit the Provincial Museum, which documents China’s archaeological finds which date back to the Neolithic Age (20000 years ago), all the way to the dynasties from 980 AD. In the evening, you may choose to join the optional evening entertainment – Tang Dynasty Dance Performance.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 07: Xi’an, Terracotta Warriors, Moslem Street

Today you may enjoy a morning of leisure to explore the ancient city of Xi’an. For a period of more than 1,000 years Xi’an served as China’s capital city and as such, is home to a great number of precious relics and historical sites. You may choose to join our optional tour to visit the Terracotta Warriors and Moslem Street. The Terracotta Warriors Site is considered the eighth wonder of the world and was discovered by accident in 1974. You will see the army of over 7000 soldiers, archers, horses and chariots that has guarded Emperor Qin’s tomb since 210BC. Each figure is unique and the painstaking repair and evacuation continues to this day. After lunch, walk through the famous Moslem Street, where many souvenirs and delicious local snacks can be sampled.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 08: Xi’an – Shanghai, Nanjing Walking District, Shanghai Museum

Today, you will be transferred to the airport for you flight to Shanghai, China’s vibrant financial and artistic centre. Upon arrival you will be met by your tour guide and begin a tour of the city. You will visit the Shanghai Nanjing walking district and the Shanghai Museum to learn more about Shanghai’s local culture and history. In the evening, enjoy some leisure time or choose to join the optional Huangpu River Cruise. A cruise along the Huangpu River gives visitors an opportunity to see many of Shanghai’s famous sites such as the People’s Hero Monument, the Bund, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, the bustling International Passenger Station of Shanghai Harbour, the docks, the Wusong ancient gun fort relics and the dramatic skyline of the Pudong business district.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Day 09: Shanghai – Yichang

Early morning you will be dropped to the train station for train to Yichang. It is a speed / bullet train departs Shanghai around 0700h and reaches Yichang at around 1520h (timings are subject to change). Upon arrival, you will embark the cruise ship and commence your memorable 4-night cruise down the Yangtze River.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 10: Yangtze River Cruise, Three Gorges Dam

Today’s activities include; a morning Tai Chi lesson and a shore excursion to the Three Gorges Dam Site. The Three Gorges Dam Site is one of the largest construction projects undertaken by mankind and is the biggest hydropower project in the world. This evening you will return to the ship and attend the Captain’s Welcome Banquet and enjoy the evening entertainment with a Chinese dancing ball.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 11: Yangtze River Cruise, Lesser Three Gorges

Today you will enjoy a shore excursion to Lesser Three Gorges – a shinning pearl hidden in remote mountains. They are much smaller, narrower and are surrounded by dramatic scenery. Along the Yangtze River you will appreciate the beauty of the Qutang Gorge and Wu Gorge and visit the ancient plank road, Mengliang Stairway and the Hanging Coffins. You will land at Badong and travel to the Shennong Stream via a small wooden boat. You will then return to the ship and continue sailing into the western section of Xiling Gorge.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Yangtze River Cruise, Shibaozhai

Today you will enjoy your final shore excursion to the legendary Shibaozhai, which has a history of over 400 years. The literal translation of Shibaozhai is ‘Precious Stone Fortress’, as the red stone pavilion was built against the side of a 200 metre tall hill. The 9 story red pavilion was constructed in 1819 to allow people to reach the Buddhist temple at the very top. Prior to its construction, people reached its peak using a system of chains. In the evening you will enjoy the Farewell Dinner and pack your bags in preparation to disembark the cruise ship tomorrow.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13: Chongqing

This morning you will disembark the cruise ship in the magnificent city of Chongqing. After checking into your hotel you may choose to spend a day of leisure exploring the city.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 14: Depart Chongqing

Your last day on tour will be spent visiting the Panda House in Chongqing Zoo. Afterwards, you will visit the Ciqikou Village – an historical street with buildings in the Ming and Qing architectural style. Afterwards you will be transferred to the airport for your flight home or you may choose to extend your stay and continue to explore the mesmerising cities of China. We hope you enjoyed your journey to China with us!

Meals: Breakfast

What's included

  • International return economy flight from LHR
  • Entrance fees to scenic spots as listed in the itinerary
  • All meals as specified in the itinerary
  • Transfers between airports, railway stations, cruise piers, hotels and scenic spots while sightseeing in Beijing, Xian
  • Shanghai, Yichang, Chongqing by private air conditioned vehicle with a driver and English-speaking guide (as listed above)
  • As outlined in the itinerary; a local English-speaking guide and driver will be provided in each city
  • Hotel fees are based on two people sharing one room with twin beds
  • Yangtze River Cruise includes all meals onboard, and all land excursions including the smaller cruise fee to Lesser Three Gorges or Shennong Stream. (Optional land excursions are available for a few ships which will be specially noted.)

What's not included

  • China Entry Visa Fees
  • Travel insurance
  • Expenses of a purely personal nature such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities, sightseeing or meals which are not included in the tour itinerary
  • Any meals which are not specified in the tour itinerary
  • Important note for those who choose to pay a single room supplement fee: The fee only covers hotel single room supplements; it does not include use of a single cabin on the Yangtze River Cruise. Standard Yangtze River Cruise prices per person are based on 2 people sharing 1 cabin unless otherwise specified. If you would like to request a single cabin on the Yangtze River ship, please contact us to check cost and availability
  • Tips/Gratuities

Accommodation

Your Hotels

Beijing: King Parkview Hotel Beijing *** (Standard Room)
Xian: Grand New World Hotel Xian *** (Standard Room)
Shanghai: Kingtown Hotel Plaza Shanghai *** (Superior Twin Bed Room)
Chongqing: East Garden Hotel **** (Standard Room)

Check-in : 15:00 hours
Check-out : Until 10:00 hours
Room occupancy : Maximum 2 adults

Offer is based on Twin share so 2 people must book to complete the offer. So valid with 2 full paying adults:

Child discount : Children pay full price as adult

Single person supplement : £395 supplement

Hotels : If the hotels mentioned in the itinerary are unavailable you will stay in hotels of a similar standard

Wheelchair access : The hotels and tour are not suitable for wheelchair users.

Mobile number : Please be sure to fill in mobile number when booking. This is so that the driver can get in touch with you.

Flight Documents : Once your final payment has been processed, we will send you an email confirmation. You will receive all travel documentation required for your flights and accommodation shortly afterwards.

Flight Times : Please note that flights may be subject to change, delay or postponement by the provider and that flight times are provisional. We search for the best times for you and will do our utmost to provide you with the flights detailed above. However, please note that flight times are subject to availability and may be amended.

Group : In China you will travel in a group of minimum 10 and maximum 35 people

Visa : Please note that in order to visit China, you will require a tourist visa. For the most up-to-date information regarding travel visas – including prices and the required length of time that the document is needed for – we advise that you visit www.gov.uk . Alternatively, you can contact the local embassy of the country you are planning to visit.

Passport : Please note that your passport MUST be valid for a minimum of 6 months after the validation date of your visa.

Visa Documents : Lumle Holidays will send you all the required documentation you need to apply for your visa (including flight information) between 4 and 6 weeks prior to your selected date of departure so you can apply for your China visa in time. At least 3 weeks before your departure date you will receive your flight tickets and the confirmed list of your hotels in China.

Travel Documents : Please ensure you take all your final travel documents with you to China.

Personal Information : Please ensure that your personal deatils is filled in identically to the data on your passport. If this information does not match, you cannot travel to and from your destination. Amendment to this information if entered incorrectly will result in additional charges. If married, please fill in your surname as it appears on your passport.

Tour Itinerary : Please note that in exceptional circumstances the itinerary and/or excursions may be subject to change for reasons outside of the control of Lumle Holidays

Vaccination : If you are travelling to India, you may need to be vaccinated against Hepatitis A, Tetanus and Typhoid. For the most up-to-date health advice, you should visit your local doctor/GP or visit www.gov.uk.

Booking Fee : There is Booking Fee of £10 per person

Cancellation Conditions : This offer cannot be cancelled or modified, and is strictly non-refundable

3 Reviews to “China Highlights”


  1. Rating: 5 / 5
    keith w Mon, 25 Jan, 16

    China Highlights

    We have recently returned from a two week China highlights holiday with Lumle holidays, this was advertised on their web site at a special discounted price. We have used Lumle before for a fantastic India holiday so had no problems going again with them.

    As a group of six aged 63 to 66 with varying preferences and capabilities some choices can be difficult on a budget, so although Lumle can tailor make your holiday we stuck with there basic structure and changed things her and there. With all holidays there is a compromise in convenience and cost, so thanks to Narayan at Lumle we managed to change things at no cost to suite our needs.

    The tour was Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Yichang to Chongqing on the Yangtze, Chongqing then home. We had one internal flight, and included for an extra experience an overnight train and relaxing bullet train journey taking in the scenery, all with smooth transfers in comfy people carriers. We saw some main sights within our time there, but would have loved to have stayed longer and done more.

    The Yangtze boat trip did not disappoint, and the accommodation was first class on the Victoria Jenna, with regular and optional excursions. I loved to sit and drink on our own balcony and watch the world go by, magic.
    All hotels had standard facilities with a much used kettle, and all were good to very good, 3 & 4 star, with some in excellent locations.
    Our guides genuinely wanted us to enjoy ourselves, they were very knowledgeable with some flexibility. Our drivers were talented at there job. All were very friendly, as we found with the Chinese in general.
    We took enough Chinese currency for our needs with some small change, we had cards and travellers cheques just in case and some of our hotels did change currency. Our extra costs included visas, Heathrow transfer from Yorkshire and hotel, extra excursions, tips more or less as recommended, gifts and spend. Market gifts and souvenirs were only restricted by the room in our cases.

    Food was good in the hotels and ok to eat outside the hotels, the more Chinese the restaurant the cheaper the meals but harder to get exactly what you want, because of the language barrier, the more western a little more expensive but you can be understood better. Take your choice. The friendly atmosphere in the places we visited made the challenge enjoyable and my best meal was in a typical small Chinese restaurant.

    Here is a few things we knew and some we found out:-

    Check your up to date with your vaccinations.
    Take a small umbrella and light weight cape. The umbrellas are still useful for sun protection. We did get a fair bit of rain.
    If you prefer coffee take ready mixed instant sachets with milk as only one hotel provided coffee sachets.
    Carry a mug or small flask with your instant coffee or tea and make a free drink on the train, in the station or airport. Maybe a pot noodle. Free hot water is provided in these places and most of the Chinese carry small flasks or cups.
    Carry spare tissues and wet wipes in case toilets are not up to required standards.
    This was our first time in China. We were well looked after, and apart from some minor issues as with all adventures, its been a great experience and very good value. So I would recommend Lumle to any potential traveller.
    I feel so fortunate that I live in an age were I can see the Terracotta Warriors, sail on the Yangtze, walk the Great Wall of China and have unforgettable holidays, may it long continue.

    It’s not quite save the world, get the girl and be home for tea, but its a dam good second.

    Visited September 2015


  2. Rating: 5 / 5
    Geradinio Mon, 25 Jan, 16

    China (over too quick)

    Our trip to China was from the start a lovely experience. The organization by Narayan at Lumle was excellent, from being picked up at each destination by our knowledgeable friendly and enthusiastic guides. All our party enjoyed the experience, each of us having our favourite bits (mine was the great wall and Shanghai) Our party were only able to have 2 weeks in China, definitely not enough time to do it justice although we gave it a good go visiting Beijing, Xian, shanghai, Yangtze Cruise and Chonqing. Would definitely recommend but allow at least about 18 days, This is our second trip with Lumle and hope it wont be the last.

    Visited September 2015


  3. Rating: 5 / 5
    Kitch848 Fri, 2 Dec, 16

    “9NTS China Beijing-Xian-Shanghai”

    the holiday was absolutely fabulous. The tour guide and driver were brilliant and pulled out all the stops to ensure that we saw as much as possible, laying on additional visits for us on our free day. Can’t recommend them highly enough – they have made the holiday!! The group have been a fab group too with everyone getting on really well. The attention to detail from Narayan while booking the holiday was spot on and we found him to be very responsive to any email queries. If I have any criticism it would be that just one day in Shanghai was just not enough and it felt very hurried, but perhaps that will be next years holiday.

    Visited In September 2016

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    • Timezone UTC +8
    • Recommended airlines British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Turkish Airlines and Virgin Atlantic
    • Best season Spring and autumn are traditionally considered the ideal times to visit China

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