$1999 – China: 18-Day Tour & Yangtze Cruise w/Flts, Save 47%
Check China off your bucket list with this comprehensive tour and a 5-star Yangtze River cruise
Take in the energy of Beijing, trek the Great Wall, treat your taste buds to the culinary explosions of Shanghai and embrace the rich history, culture, and landscapes of China.
This all-encompassing tour will help you check off all your bucket list China sights and more. Pay only $1999 per person including flights, accommodation and a 5-star river cruise - a saving of up to $1752 off the cost of packaging it yourself.
- Return international airfares*
- Airport transfers
- All rail tickets and internal flights as per itinerary
- 12 nights' 4-star accommodation
- Four-night 5-star Yangtze River cruise in a Balcony cabin
- Breakfast daily, nine lunches and six dinners
- Professional guides and sightseeing
- Flexibility to extend your stay
*Prices are per person departing from Sydney, Brisbane or Melbourne. Packages departing from Perth are also available for $2349 per person.
Starting in the 3,000-year-old city of Xi’an, you'll start your tour with a visit to UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Wild Goose Pagoda and the Terracotta Army. Next enjoy a speedy train ride onboard the iconic bullet train heading north to Beijing, China's ancient yet modern city that Frommers describes as "a capital of exhilarating extremes with its glittering skyscrapers, mazy hutongs and enigmatic Forbidden City." Journey south through the rolling green hills and mist-shrouded mountains to Hangzhou, named as China's Historic and Cultural City. Explore Suzhou, the 'Venice of the East', famous for its magnificent canals and waterways and discover colonial architecture and pond-filled gardens in Shanghai.
Your 5-star river cruise travels along China's picturesque Yangtze River. Along the way, you'll witness some of China's most fascinating landscapes from towering mountains, plunging cliffs, and thick bamboo covered shorelines and be given the option to visit the Hanging Coffins, the 'City of the Ghosts’ and the legendary cliffside Shibaozhai Pagoda.