Day 1 Departure city stops Shanghai

Itinerary
Depart for Shanghai on overnight international flight.

Day 2 Shanghai

Itinerary
Arrive at the airport of Shanghai, welcomed by your tour guide and transfer to hotel.
Hotel
Sheraton Shanghai Waigaoqiao Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 3 Shanghai

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
First, visit the Shanghai Museum (Closed on Mondays), then you will have free time to shop at Nanjing Road where there are plenty of large stores and boutiques. Then visit the bund, where you can experience the modernity of Shanghai.
Optional tour in Shanghai: dinner + an exciting Acrobatics Show, CAD40p.p.
Hotel
Sheraton Shanghai Waigaoqiao Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 4 Shanghai Hangzhou

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, transfer to Hangzhou by coach. Hangzhou is well known for its natural beauty and historical sites. You will cruise on West Lake and visit the tea plantation village "Dragon Well Tea" which is well known all over the world. Transfer to hotel.
Hotel
Marco Polo Garden Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 5 Hangzhou Nanxun Village Hangzhou

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, visit Nanxun Village. Nanxun village represents the traditional culture of Zhejiang Province. This town is well known for its old bridges, its riverside lanes, its waterfront residential areas and its residences combining the Chinese and Western architectural style and sumptuous gardens.
Hotel
Marco Polo Garden Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 6 Hangzhou Huangshan

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, departure for the destination to Huangshan City by coach. Upon arrival, rest up in the hotel. Free time.
Hotel
Huangshan International Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 7 Huangshan (Yellow Mountain)

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, excursion on the Yellow Mountain (Huangshan). The mountain is known for its beauty, which rests on the shape of granite peaks, on the tormented conifers, and on the clouds that frequently surround the massif. This mythical mountain constantly changes face with the winds and drizzles, which is a privileged subject for traditional Chinese painting and literature.
Hotel
Huangshan International Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 8 Huangshan Nanping Village Huangshan

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, visit the Nanping Village.
Hotel
Huangshan International Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 9 Huangshan Shanghai

meals
Breakfast   Lunch
Itinerary
After breakfast, transfer to Shanghai by coach. Free time in Shanghai.
Optional tour in Shanghai (approximately 4.5 hours): dinner + night tour, CAD40p.p.
Hotel
Sheraton Shanghai Waigaoqiao Hotel (5 stars) or similar

Day 10 Shanghai stops departure city

meals
Breakfast
Itinerary
After breakfast, transfer to airport for flights back to your sweet home.

* Airport meet & greet transfers included when the whole tour package is purchased from Sinorama.
* Please note that if your flight for your tour is during the lunch or dinner time, your meal will be served on board by this flight.
* Highlight features are subject to change according to the final itinerary.

* Please click on the price to book.

Departure Date Year Departure Cities Price (2 occp.)
CAD p.p.
Single Supplement
CAD p.p.
Mar. 02 2018 Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
$ 3,099
$ 1,999
$ 499 BOOK NOW
Mar. 03 2018 Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
$ 3,099
$ 1,999
$ 499 BOOK NOW
Mar. 09 2018 Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
$ 3,099
$ 1,999
$ 499 BOOK NOW
Mar. 16 2018 Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver
International flight included.
$ 3,099
$ 1,999
$ 499 BOOK NOW
* The above prices are for Toronto/ Montreal/ Vancouver departures only. The prices will be $100/ $200/ $300/ $500 more for departures from other major Canada cities.
* Please CONTACT US before booking your flight ticket if you choose the Land Package (International flight self-managed).
* International round-trip business class flights are available with an additional fee, see below.
* Minimum 10 participants to operate each optional tour.
* Guaranteed departure from at least 10 people in a group.
* Please note that infant (under age 2 at the return date of trip) does not have his/her own seat on the plane.
* Full payment required at booking to benefit from this tour (Final Sale, non-refundable,non-changeable, non-transferable).

Price valid until December 12 2017

Price includes
* International flights;
* Intra-China transportation (air and coach);
* All 5-star hotel accommodation (based on double occupancy);
* Meals mentioned in the itinerary and featuring regional specialties;
* All visits and admission fees including entertainment shows listed unless otherwise stated;
* English speaking guide;
* Service charge for all guides, bus drivers, and hotel porter fees;
* Taxes and fuel surcharges.

Price does not include
* International flight business class upgrade, CAD5000 p.p. (International round-trip business class flights are available at the time of booking, not applicable for land package, international flight ticket self-managed option.) ;
* Chinese Visa Application fee (Canadian passport holder): CAD180 p.p. (fees are subject to change according to Chinese Embassy’s discretion);
* Optional tour in Shanghai: dinner + an exciting Acrobatics Show, CAD40 p.p. (any payment made after departure, the price will be RMB300 p.p.) ;
* Optional tour in Shanghai (approximately 4.5 hours): dinner + night tour, CAD40 p.p. (any payment made after departure, the price will be RMB300 p.p.) ;
* Travel Insurance ;
* Postal fees.

Arts and crafts
Shanghai: Silk & Cashmere & Embroidery

Optional tour in Shanghai (approximately 4.5 hours): dinner + night tour
• Dinner (about 1 hour);
• Visit the mesmerising Bund and embark on a cruise boat on the Huangpu River;
• Immerse yourself into the dazzling nightlife in "Xintiandi". It was a former old Shikumen which has been given restoration.
Now it serves as book stores, cafes and restaurants, and shopping malls;
• Visit Lujiazui, located in the Pudong New District on the eastern bank of Huangpu River.

* The following activities are optional, surcharge applies.

Optional tour in Shanghai: dinner + an exciting Acrobatics Show

Acrobatics is an interactive art form. Everyone, young or old, educated or not, can easily appreciate it while watching or seeing the acrobats perform. There is no language barrier and borders of culture do not limit it.

Chinese Acrobatics is one of the oldest performing arts. Its history can be traced back to Neolithic times. It is believed that acrobatics grew out of labor and self-defense skills, which people practiced and demonstrated during their leisure time. The early performance is "walking on three-meter-high stilts while juggling seven gaggers". Then it developed into an entire art form.

Together with the developing economy, acrobatics is also evolving into a kind of performing art. It became well known worldwide while performances are presented along the Silk Road. In Europe and North America, Chinese acrobatic performances always attract large audiences.

The acrobatic performers were trained strictly the basic skills starting from the early age of six or seven years old. Because the required techniques are extremely difficult and risky, the training is long, hard and intense. Examples of basic skills are handsprings, somersaults, waist and leg flexibility, and headstands. The performers must endure great deal of unexpected pains in order to become excellent.


Silk

These silks (textile fibers from animal origins) are produced by many insects such as spiders, caterpillars and some different butterflies like the Ermine moths and Bobyx. Those that are made to produce silk come from cocoons produced by larva (silk worm) of Mulberry (Bobyx Mori). The technique for producing silk date back from 2500 BC and comes from china by the Silk Road. It was a secret until 560 BC. The art of making silk was then progressively transmitted to other civilization caused by different kinds of spy (Monks, princesses), to plunderers and merchants. In Europe, for a long time, silk has been a monopoly of the eastern Roman Empire. After its arrival in Western Europe in the late Middle ages, the production reached the stage of industrialization from the 19e century, however, later on, it experienced a severe decline linked to competition from modern fibers (including Nylon), evolution of dress customs in Europe, the rise of a few countries in Asia and an epidemic that affected France that that time. Therefore, it finally came back to being the essential production in Asia once again.


Cashmere

Cashmere wool, usually simply known as cashmere, is a fiber obtained from cashmere goats and other types of goat. Common usage defines the fiber as wool but it is finer and softer than sheep's wool. Some say it is hair, but as seen below, cashmere requires the removal of hair from the wool. The word cashmere is an old spelling of the Kashmir region in northernmost geographical region of Pakistan. Cashmere is finer, stronger, lighter, softer, and approximately three times more insulating than sheep wool.


Embroidery

Chinese embroidery has a long history since the Neolithic age. Because of the quality of silk fibre, most Chinese fine embroideries are made in silk. Some ancient vestiges of silk production have been found in various Neolithic sites dating back 5,000-6,000 years in China. Currently the earliest real sample of silk embroidery discovered in China is from a tomb in Mashan in Hubei province identified with the Zhanguo period (5th-3rd centuries BC). After the opening of Silk Route in the Han Dynasty, the silk production and trade flourished. In the 14th century, the Chinese silk embroidery production reached its high peak. Several major silk embroidery styles had been developed, like Song Jin (宋锦 Song embroidery) in Suzhou, Yun Jin (云锦 Cloud embroidery) in Nanjing and Shu Jin (蜀锦 Shu embroidery) in Sichuan. Today most handwork has been replaced by machinery, but some very sophisticated production is still hand-made. Modern Chinese silk embroidery still prevails in southern China.