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8-Day China Private Tour of Hong Kong, Xi’an and Beijing

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Hong Kong is one of the five modern cities in China. The seat of 13 imperial dynasties, Xi ‘an has a long history. And Beijing is the capital of China, where the new China was founded, beside that, there are many capitals of China have founded here. During this 8 day trip, we’ll take you on a tour of these three meaningful cities. It’s gonna be an unforgettable trip.

Tour Code



8 Days/ 7 Nights

Day 1Hong Kong arrival

Attractions: No
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Hong Kong

Welcome to Hong Kong! After retrieving your luggage, our local guide will be here waiting for you and escort you the the hotel we have booked for you, with comfortable and air-conditioned vehicle and your guide will help you with the check-in.

Day 2Hong Kong - Xi'an

Attractions: Victoria Peak, Aberdeen Fishing Village, Stanley Market
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Hong Kong

You will finnish your breakfast at your hotel, your driver will pick you up from your hotel and you will be escorted by your guide for your half day tour of Hong Kong. First, take the famous peak tram to the Victoria Peak, the highest point in Hong Kong.

After descending from the peak, visit Aberdeen Fishing Village, an old traditional fishing village that is the other side of bustling Hong Kong. Continue to Stanley Market, a great way to get away from the madding crowds. (If you prefer a soft, beautiful beach, you can go to Repulse Bay.)

In the afternoon, your guide will accompany you to the airport for your flight to Beijing. When you
arrive, your guide will show you to the hotel in the city center to check in.

Day 3HongKong-Xi'an

Attractions: Po Lin Monastery, Tiantan Giant Buddha, Ngong Ping 360 cable car
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Xi’an

After breakfast, proceed to the first stop of the day: Po Lin Monastery. We’ll take a fast ferry through Hong Kong Harbor and Lantau Island, Hong Kong’s largest island. Disembark and head to Po Lin Monastery on Ngong Ping Plateau. Follow with a walking tour of the Tiantan Giant Buddha, the world’s largest outdoor seated bronze Buddha statue.

Finally, you can take the Ngong Ping 360 cable car, from which you can see the whole Hong Kong and even the whole sea. Proceed to Hong Kong International Airport and fly to Xi ‘an. Your guide will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. The rest of the day is free to you.

Day 4Xi'an

Attractions: Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Ancient City Wall, Muslim Quarter
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Xi’an

Our first stop today is the Terracotta Warriors and Horses, complete with combat units
protecting their builder, Qin Shi Huang. Standing in front of these statues, one must be amazed
at the craftsmanship of ancient Chinese craftsmen.

After lunch, return to Xi ‘an and enjoy panoramic views of modern Xi ‘an while walking on the Ancient City Wall which is one of China’s largest and best preserved walls. After visiting the city walls, you’ll be transported to the bustling Muslim Quarter, where you can sample local snacks you’ve never seen before and explore Muslim culture.

Day 5Xi'an-Beijing

Attractions: Da Cien Temple, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Shanxi History Museum
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Beijing

After breakfast, the first destination is Da Cien Temple. The Big Wild Goose Pagoda is the most famous structure in the temple. The tower, 64.5 meters high, was built by the famous Buddhist master Xuanzang. If you have read Journey to the West, Xuan Zang is the prototype of the Tang monk in the book. (Note: There is an extra charge of $30 to climb the Big Wild Goose Pagoda)

Next, we’ll go to Shaanxi History Museum, where you can stroll through the modern exhibition halls while appreciating historical relics from various dynasties. (Note: Due to crowded tourists from July to early September and from October 1 to October 7, Shaanxi History Museum may change other activities or attractions. You can check with your travel consultant for details before booking.)

The rest of the day is free, you are free to make arrangements until we take you to the airport for Beijing. Upon arrival in Beijing, you will also be met by a guide who will take you to your hotel.

Day 6Beijing

Attractions: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Beijing

We begin our exploration of the historical face of Beijing at Tiananmen Square, the largest city square in the world. After Tian ‘anmen is the Forbidden City, one of the five great palaces in the world, a huge palace complex that is an appreciation of the architectural wisdom of the ancient Chinese people.

After a midday break, drive to the outskirts of Beijing and enjoy a visual feast at the Summer Palace, the largest and best preserved imperial garden in China. Take a walk among the ancient buildings, enjoy the blooming lotus flowers in Kunming Lake and the painted corridors.

Day 7Beijing

Attractions: Mutianyu Great Wall, The Imperial Tombs of 13 Emperors of Ming Dynasty, Bird’s Nest, Water Cube
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Beijing

After breakfast, head to Mutianyu Great Wall, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and a relatively well-preserved and less visited section of the Ming Wall. You’ll take a cable car to the Great Wall, then hike to the best parts of Mutianyu and marvel at the amazing wisdom of the ancient people. (Note: If energy permits, walk up and down. It takes about 40 minutes to climb the steps. Please tell your travel consultant what you like. Next, cross a 7km passage to The Imperial Tombs of 13 Emperors of Ming Dynasty.

You will see magnificent stone tablets made up of 12 groups of mythical animals and 12 officials. Then drive back to Beijing and stop at the Olympic Village to admire the famous Bird’s Nest and Water Cube from the outside.

Day 8Beijing-Departure

Attractions: Temple of Heaven, Hutongs
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: No

The first destination is the Temple of Heaven. Originally a place of worship for the ancient royal family, it has now become a place for local people to hold traditional activities and entertainment, such as tai chi, dancing, kite flying, water calligraphy and so on.

Then, back in the city center, take a time-filled rickshaw ride to Beijing’s Hutongs, alleys of varying widths made up of courtyard homes. Walk through the different hutongs, feel the charm of Beijing’s traditional architecture and historical changes, and visit the old Beijingers who live in the hutongs. Your China tour is now coming to an end. We’ll drive you to the airport to catch your flight to your next destination or back home.

Price Includes

  • Local transportation with private vehicle and skilled driver
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees as listed in the program
  • 7-night accommodation (3 or 4 or 5-star depends on yourself)
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour
  • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day

Price Excludes

  • Flight/train tickets
  • Meals
  • Gratuities(optional)
  • Any optional programs/activities
  • Any services not mentioned