Superlink Travels
China Tour - 7 Day - 2017 


Day 01 
Group report at the Bandaranaike International Airport. Group met by the
Superlink Representative at the Departure Lounge Depart to Beijing.

Arrive in Beijing.

Welcome to Beijing, capital of the “Middle Kingdom” ! This fascinating place has become a thriving metropolis in recent years, and was brought back to the attention of everyone on the world stage in 2008 when it hosted the Olympic Games. As you enjoy the ride to the hotel, you will notice the “Bird’s Nest”, the modern stadium now recognized as one of the symbols of modern China and a triumph of architecture and the involvement of Ai Weiwei, the well-known Chinese artist. It still stands as the site of the unforgettable 2008 Opening Ceremony and the majestic 100m final when Usain Bolt flew down the track during the Games. Thereafter visits the Water Cube.

Transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight stay

DAY 02
Breakfast at Hotel

In the morning visit the Temple of heaven and the Pearl Market.


Thereafter visit theForbidden City. Most Chinese buildings face south, which according to ancient beliefs symbolized the barbarian threat and potential invasion from the north. This explains why the main entrance to the Forbidden City faces south towards Tiananmen Square, the third largest city square in the world .The construction of the City was finished in 1420 during the reign of the Ming Dynasty Emperor Yongle and served as the Imperial administrative center throughout the Ming and Qing Dynasties until the fall of the Empire in 1911. According to legend the Forbidden City is made up of 9999 different rooms. Lovingly restored for the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the Forbidden City has regained the youthful and vivid colors of its former glory.

Transfer to hotel for dinner and overnight stay

DAY 03
Breakfast at hotel

In the morning visit the Mutianyu section of the the Great Wall is one of the most important symbols of the country and must be visited. The first traces of the defensive walls were found in the time of the Qin Dynasty (more than 2000 years ago). During the Ming Dynasty, workers restored and expanded the Wall to its height, width and length we recognize today. Placed on the highest ridges, the wall offered an excellent view to the north and permitted the guards of the lookout towers to watch out for alarm fires down the wall in case of barbarian intruders. The Wall sufficiently prevented Mongolian cavalry from easily progressing on the wall and forced them to dismount from their horses before attacking. At its peak of condition, the Wall extended over more than 6000 kilometers of ancient Manchuria until the fort of Jiayuguan (where the Gobi desert begins to the west). At a point in history, the government used to ban criminals to this desolate location.


In the evening enjoy the Acrobatics Show, which is the performance of extraordinary feats of balance, agility and motor coordination. Acrobatics is most often associated with activities that make extensive use of gymnastic elements, such as acro dance, circus and gymnastics, but many other athletic activities - such as ballet and diving.

Transfer to Hotel for dinner and overnight stay

DAY 04
Breakfast at hotel

Visit the Summer Palace. Otherwise a simple Imperial garden, the site was completely renovated by Emperor Qianlong during the 18th century to become one the most important sites of the capital. Back in the day, the members of the Imperial Court would flee the summer’s insufferable heat in Forbidden City to lounge on Palace’s immense lawn. Harmonious in nature, a variety of traditional Chinese temples, pavilions, lakes and gardens comprise the Palace. The Long Corridor, Marble Boat, 17-Arch Bridge, Kunming Lake and Longevity Hill are the cornerstones of the site.

Lunch not included

Thereafter visit the Yashow Market.
In the evening enjoy the Peking duck dinner at local restaurant.

Transfer to hotel for overnight stay

DAY 05
Breakfast at hotel
Entire day at leisure for your own activities
Lunch and Dinner is not included

Overnight stay at the hotel

DAY 06
Breakfast at hotel.
Transfer to the Airport for the departure flight to Colombo.

DAY 07
Arrive in Colombo

---- TOUR ENDS ----

The sequences of visits are subject to change.

Price of Tour

Rs 215,000/- per person
Rs 270,000/- per person
Rs 215,000/- per person
Rs 215,000/- per Child
Rs 125,000/- per infant

• Economy Class Return Air Fare
• 3 Star First Class Hotel Accommodation in China
• Breakfast /Lunch/ Dinner in China as mentioned in the itinerary
• Travel Insurance Policy (Coverage: US $ 75,000/age up to 70 years/ Subject to conditions as per the Insurance Policy/Company)
• Arrival/Departure/Transfers and Sightseeing in Chinaby Deluxe A/C Coach
• Award winning English speaking guide throughout thetour
• Entrance fees for the mentioned visits
• Professionally trained Superlink Representative will accompany the Group
• Airport taxes in Sri Lanka and Fuel Surcharge on Air Ticket

• Transportation to/from Colombo Airport
• Visa Fee
• Meals as mentioned in the itinerary
• Tips (Guides, Drivers, Hotel/Restaurant Staff & Airport Representative)
• Travel Insurance Policy-Additional surcharge of RS. 8,500 will apply to pilgrims between age 70-85 years
• Any Meals during transit at the Airports
• Excess baggage charges
• Beverages during the meals
• Laundry
• Expenses of a personal nature

DEPOSIT   :  Rs 150,000/- per person payable at the time of booking*
                   Balance payment to be finalised (12) weeks prior to departure


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