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12 Days Highlighted Silk Road China Tour and Beijing

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  In Beijing, discover the magnificent monuments and cultural highlights. You visit impressive landmarks like Tiananmen Square and absorb the ancient majesty of UNESCO World Heritage including Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, and Mutianyu Great Wall. Satisfy an appetite for authenticity with Peking roast duck, enjoy a gorgeous night show and join local life in the hutong. Ancient Silk Road is often attractive with its rich historical and cultural treasure. This tour covers all important cities in Gansu Province along the silk road. You can enjoy not only the cultural relics, such as temples, the site of ancient pass, grottoes, etc but also have a chance to experience the vast and majestic natural view in northwest part of China, such as Zhangye Danxia landform, Gobi desert, Jiayuguan Pass, desert in Dunhuang, Yellow River in Lanzhou and Leitai Tomb of Han Dynasty in Wuwei. Accompanied by a knowledgeable private guide, enjoy the freedom and flexibility of a private tour and receive the undivided attention.

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Day 1 Arrival in Beijing

Upon arrival, you will be warmly greeted and escorted to the hotel by your friendly tour guide and driver.



Day 2 Beijing

The tour begins from Tiananmen Square which is the largest public square in the world and the site for massive parades and rallies. Then move to Forbidden City which is the imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the residence for the emperors as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. After lunch, take a visit to a silk factory, then move to the Temple of Heaven which is for the emperors of Ming and Qing Dynasties worshipping heaven and praying for peace and good harvest. At night, you will enjoy a gorgeous show choosing from Peking Opera Show, Chinese Kungfu Show and Acrobatic Show.

PS: The Forbidden City requires visitors to provide a valid ID or passport for entrance check.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Forbidden City

Tiananmen Square

Temple of Heaven

Famous Show

Beijng Acrobatic Show

Chinese Kungfu Show

Peking Opera Show


Day 3 Beijing

Visit a jade factory to learn jade culture before starting today's highlight-Mutianyu Great Wall. Enjoy the dramatic vistas of the Great Wall as it descends and rises as far as the eyes can see. On the way back to downtown, you will be served with tea to refresh up while joining in the tea ceremony. Then you will stop at Olympic Park including Bird's Nest and Water Cube to shoot wonderful pictures here. At night, savor the famous Peking roasted duck.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Beijing Olympic Park

Mutianyu Great Wall


Day 4 Beijing to Lanzhou by Flight

Start your wonderful tour Hutong by rickshaw and visit a local family to get a closer look at the lifestyles of Beijingers. Later, be transferred to the airport and fly to Lanzhou. Upon arrival, meet your local tour guide and check in at the hotel.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary



Day 5 Lanzhou

Today you will start your silk road tour to explore the rich Chinese historical and cultural treasure. Enjoy beautiful rural scenery when driving to Bingling Temple Grottoes. Cross the rolling Yellow River and pass the stone forest by a raft, then explore the mysterious Buddha stone sculptures and pagodas here. In the afternoon, go back to the downtown area.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Bingling Temple Grottoes


Day 6 Lanzhou

After breakfast, you will kick off your tour with a visit White Pagoda Mountain at first. When you climb onto the top of the mountain, you will be provided with a marvelous view of Lanzhou city and the sublime river flowing incessantly. Take some pictures in front of Yellow River Iron Bridge, one of the classic landmarks in Lanzhou. After lunch, move to Gansu Provincial Museum (closes on every Monday) which boasts nearly 350,000 pieces of relics and specimens. 



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Gansu Provincial Museum

White Pagoda Mountain

Yellow River Iron Bridge


Day 7 Lanzhou-Wuwei by Private Vehicle

After breakfast, drive to Wuwei(3.5-4 hrs) and enjoy the Gobi desert along the way. Visit Leitai Tomb of Han Dynasty which consists of a long passage, 3 coffin chambers and 3 side chambers. You will see 231 gold, silver, bronze, iron and jade, and the renowned Bronze Flying Horse of Gansu which is the logo of the national tour of China. Then you move to the Confucian Temple in Wuwei which is the best preserved and a large-scale magnificent complex of grand architecture. 



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Leitai Tomb of Han Dynasty

Wuwei Confucian Temple


Day 8 Wuwei-Zhangye by Private Vehicle

This morning, you are driven to Zhangye. Tour begins with the mysterious Giant Buddha Temple which houses the largest well-preserved reclining Buddha in China, the largest architectural heritage from the Western Xia Dynasty (1038-1227). The gold-plated giant Buddha lies in the Nirvana position in the middle of the hall. Have a short break on the air-conditioned car, you'll arrive Zhangye Danxia National Geopark which is known for the unusual colors of the rocks, some are smooth or sharp with hundred meters tall. Meanwhile, you'll appreciate the beautiful sunset here. Stay in Zhangye tonight.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Giant Buddha Temple in Zhangye

Zhangye Danxia National Geopark


Day 9 Zhangye-Jiayuguan by Private Vehicle

After breakfast, visit Bell and Drum Tower in Zhangye which is the biggest drum tower in the Hexi Corridor of the silk road district. Later, drive to Jiayuguan and take a visit to Jiayuguan Pass, the first pass at the west end of the Great Wall of China. 



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Bell and Drum Tower in Zhangye

Jiayuguan Great Wall


Day 10 Jiayuguan-Dunhuang by Private Vehicle

In the morning, you'll move to the Overhanging Great Wall with an obliquity of 45 degrees, built onto a 150m high ridge. From a distance, it looks like a dragon extending its body towards the ground. Drive to Dunhuang(4-4.5 hrs), move on Singing Sand Dune which offers fantastic desert scenery. The dune, surrounded by rolling ridges and precipitous cliffs, reaches a relative height of 250 meters. While Crescent Lake is the oasis of the desert, which didn't bury by sand for thousands of years.

Optional: you'll enjoy camel riding in the dunes.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Overhanging Great Wall

Singing Sand Dune and Crescent Lake


Day 11 Dunhuang

Drive 2 hours to the Yumen Pass which is a strategic pass on the ancient Silk Road. And then, you continue to experience the amazing Yadan National Geological Park which is the largest Yadan Landform site so far. It features the unique and wonderful scenes and landscapes of the Gobi desert.



Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Yadan National Geological Park

Yumen Pass


Day 12 Departure from Dunhuang

Take an excursion to Mogao Grottoes which has 492 temples, an oasis strategically located at a religious and cultural crossroads on the Silk Road. The caves house some of the finest examples of Buddhist art with a span of 1,000 years. The driver will send you to the airport to catch your flight to the next destination. Farewell to Dunhuang. 


Scenic spots included in the itinerary

Mogao Grottoes

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Gansu (Lanzhou Dunhuang)

Summer Palace

$50 For 1 people

Summer Palace


The Summer Palace, located ten kilometers to the northwest of Beijing, used to be a summer residence of Qing Dynasty emperors. It is an imperial garden known far and wide for its architectural grandeur and stunning natural beauty. It is one of the Four Most Famous Gardens in China. The construction of the Summer Palace started in 1750.

  The northern part of the Summer Palace is the 60-meter-tall Longevity Hill. Its southern part is a wide expanse of water called Kunming Lake. The whole garden covers 290  hectares, with the lake taking up four-fifths of its total area.

  Along the northern bank of Kunming Lake runs the Long Corridor with a total length of 728  meters and 273 sections.. The crossbeams of the Long Corridor are decorated with more than 8,000 color paintings with Chinese landscape and historical stories.

 The 17-arch bridge on the  southern bank of Kunming Lake is more than 150 meters long. Carved stone lions, of different sizes and postures, sit on top of the bridge's stone columns. An octagonal pavilion stands at one end of the bridge and near the pavilion lies a bronze ox with its head raised toward the lake. On the back of the ox is engraved a line from Emperor Qianlong stating that the ox is used to control flooding of the lake.

  A Ming-style street winds along a stretch of water on the back side of Longevity Hill. The Suzhou Street, 300 meters long, is lined with more than 60 shops and decorated with archways and gateways. The shops, of different shapes and sizes, are built with bluish gray tiles and bricks. The marketplace lends a folksy flavor to the imperial garden.

Summer Palace is a fascinating ensemble of gardens, lakes and palaces

Book a tour to the Summer Palace and experience a stunning ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing. It remains to be a popular tourist destination to this day!

The  buildings are positioned in a fashion that creates a sharp contrast to the hilly backdrop. Enjoy walking through these splendid halls and pavilions, admiring the construction and natural beauty all at once!

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Lama Temple

$15 For 1 people

Lama Temple

  The Lama Temple is located at the northeast corner of Beijing City. It was originally used as official residence for court eunuchs of the Ming dynasty and was converted to the royal court of Prince Yongzheng during the 33rd year (1693) of Kangxi's reign of the Qing dynasty. In the 3rd year of Yongzheng's rein (1725), it was elevated to imperial palace for short stays away from the capital with the name changed to Yonghe Palace. During the 9th year of EmperorQian Long's reign (1777), it was changed into Lama Temple.

    The dimensions of the temple are magnificent, which have five courtyards in a row. The front structural layout in the temple is bright and spacious dotted with screen walls with carved murals, lifeless things and decorated archways. The interior pavement leading to the main halls and the evergreen pine and cypress appear to be rather peaceful and secluded in the environment. The back structural layout is composed of a cluster of building, halls and pavilions intermingled with each other, with upturned eaves and ridges beautifully interwoven presenting a picturesque sight.

  Palace of the Heavenly King, Yonghe Palace, Eternal Blessing Hall, the Hall of the Wheel of the Law and Hall of boundless Happiness are the main structures. Amongst which the Hall of the Wheel of the Law is extremely imposing; the overall arrangement of its plane diagram forms a cross sign and there are five petty garrets on the ceiling decorated with small lama pagodas, which are characterized by the style of lamaism. The Hall of Boundless Happiness is the biggest building in the Lama Temple  flanked by the Hall of Everlasting Health and the Hall of Peace. They are connected by a corridor of the Suspension Hall, which form a cluster of majestic dignified buildings. In the Hall of the Boundless Happiness, stands a famous huge statue of Buddha, 26 meters high carved out of a whole piece of sandalwood; it is the biggest wood-carving Buddha in the world.



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Hot Pot

Hot Pot

$45 For 1 people

Hot Pot

  Hot pot, and the less common Chinese fondue, refer to several East Asian varieties of stew, is ke consisting of a simmering metal pot of stock at the center of the dining table. While the hot pot .is kept simmering, ingredients are placed into the pot and are cooked at the table. Typical hot pot dishes include thinly sliced meat, leafy vegetables, mushrooms, wontons, egg dumplings, and seafood. The cooked food is usually eaten with a dipping sauce. In many areas, hot pot meals are often eaten inn the winter.


       The Chinese hot pot boasts a history of more than 1,000 years.While often called "Mongolian hot pot", it is unclear if the dish actuall originated in Mongolia. Mongol warriors had been known to cook with their helmets, which they used to boil food, but due to the complexity and specialization of the utensils and the method of eating, hot pot cooking is much better suited to a sedentary culture. A nomadic household will avoid such highly specialized tools to save volume and weight during migration. Both the preparation method and the required equipment are unknown in the cuisine of Mongolia of today.
  Hot pot cooking seems to have spread to northern China during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-906). In time, regional variations developed with different ingredients such as seafood. By Qing Dynasty, hot pot had become popular throughout most of China. Today in many modern homes, particularly in big cities, the traditional coal-heated hot pot has been replaced by electric,gas or electromagnetic cooker versions.
  Because hot pot styles change so much from region to region, many different ingredients are used.

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Flower Rains along Silk Road show

$70 For 1 people

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Flower Rains along Silk Road show

Flower Rains along Silk Road show is known as the "Swan Lake in the East" performed over 2800 times at home and aboard .it is also called Living Dunhuang murals by audiences .

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Recall Dunhuang Show

$75 For 1 people

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Recall Dunhuang Show

Recall Dunhuang  show officially opened in 2016 and is only large indoor scene experience drama in the northwest of China  which  is adatpted from Dunhuang murals and Dunhuang history. Showing the performers dialogue with the ancients with unique s theatrical scene expression

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Dunhuang Celebration Show

$60 For 1 people

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Dunhuang Celebration Show

The first large-scale desert live performance in China with the Echoing -sound Dunes and Crescent Moon Spring as scene background , 360-degree rotating seat can make audiences move back and forth to bring audiences experience ancient Dunhuang in past while performers is dancing on the stage.

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Entrance fees(Except No. 169 & 172 grottoes at Bingling Temple)

Air-conditioned coach and driver

English speaking guide

A bottle of water per day per person

Domestic tickets listed in the itinerary

Airport transfer described in the itinerary

Meals listed in the itinerary

Electronic battery car at Zhangye Danxia National Geopark & Yadan National Geological Park

Hotels (if selected)


Cable car


Camel ride

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4. Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required.

5. We accept Credit Card, PayPal and bank transfer.

6. The schedule can be adjusted by your tour guide due to the actual traffic condition.

7. Child definition: Child taller than 1.1 meters will be charged full price, child smaller than 1.1 meters will be charged half price.

Cancellation Policy:

If you cancel at least 15 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee. 

If you cancel between 10 and 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.

If you cancel within 6 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee. 

Hotel, flight and train ticket fees are not refundable.

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