11 Days Tour to Four Sacred Mountains of Buddhism

Chengdu, Mount Emei, Mount Wutai, Mount Jiuhua, Mount Putuo, Shanghai

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Tour Code: TCT-Cultural-08

Tour Type: Private Tour

Tour Highlights:

- It would be a life-time tour for the Buddhists to visit the four sacred mountains of Buddhism in China - Mount Emei, Mount Wutai, Mount Jiuhua, and Mount Putuo.

- The perfect combination of the religion, humanism and natural view.

- It is the private organization for the whole trip, which allows you the most comfortable experience from place to place.

- Professional and knowledgeable guide accompany you to visit in each mountain.

Best Travel Time: Suitable for whole year, best from March to November

Price from on request

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Day 1Arrival Chengdu
Transfer service to hotel

Meals: No meal
Accommodation: In Chengdu

Arriving in Chengdu, you will be greeted by the local guide at the airport or railway station. You take the private vehicle to the reserved hotel which is hand-picked by Topchinatravel. With the assistance of the guide, you will be free at leisure for the rest of the day after hotel check-in.

Tips for today:

  1. Have a good rest at hotel to overcome the jet leg if Chengdu is the 1st city you arrive in China.
  2. Change some money at the airport, hotel or a local bank with the assistance from your local guide or you can also withdraw CNY cash from ATM machine directly.
Day 2Chengdu - Leshan - Mount Emei
Drive to Leshan, Leshan Giant Buddha, Drive to Emei

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Emei area

In the morning after breakfast, have 1.5-hour driving to Mt. Leshan, where you will visit the tallest stone Buddha statue in the world. Just take a cruise (about 30 min) to have an overview of this mountain and the Leshan Giant Buddha. After that, continue to have a 1 hour driving to Mt. Emei. Then we will check in your hotel and enjoy your free time.

Details in the itinerary:

  1. We arrange a cruise to see Leshan Giant Buddha. While you can also choose to climb Mt. Leshan (1- 2 hours hiking) which is not recommended from us because it is tired and could not get an overview of the Buddha.
  2. Chengdu downtown - Mt. Leshan: 150 km, 1.5-hour driving
  3. Mt. Leshan - Mt. Emei area: 41km, 1-hour driving

Leshan Giant Buddha
Leshan Giant Buddha

Day 3Mount Emei - Chengdu
Mt. Emei, Drive to Chengdu

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Chengdu

Today you will have sightseeing in Mt. Emei which is considered to be the ashram of Samantabhadra, one of the Four Bodhisattvas. You will visit Baoguo Temple which is the No.1 Buddhist temple among the countless temples in Mount Emei, and you will take a cable car up to the Golden Summit which is the highest point and holy place in Mount Emei. After some stroll on the mountain, get down the mountain then drive back to Chengdu (165 km). Have a rest in the hotel in Chengdu or feel free of the rest time.

You are recommended to have a night visit to Chunxi Raod and Jinli Old Street.

A suggested sightseeing route in Mt. Emei:

  1. Entering - Baoguo Temple - 2 Hours Scenic Shuttle Bus to Leidongping - Walk a while to take the cable car - Go up to Golden Summit by cable car - Sightseeing at Golden Summit - Back to the entrance in the same way
  2. Mt. Emei area - Chengdu downtown: 165km, 2-hour driving

Mt. Emei
Golden Submit of Mt. Emei

Day 4Chengdu - Taiyuan - Mount Wutai
Take a flight to Taiyuan, Drive to Mount Wutai, Bodhisattva Peak, Xiantong Temple, Shuxiang Temple

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Wutai area

Today, you will get up early for the morning flight to Taiyuan. Upon arrival, you will be picked up from Taiyuan airport and transfer to Mount Wutai (192km), the holy Buddhism mountain for worshipping Bodhisattva Wenshu (Manjusri) and the No.1 sacred place of Buddhism in China. Check in the hotel and have lunch.

In the afternoon, you will pay a visit to Summit Bodhisattva - the most spiritual temple, Xiantong Temple - the most prestigious temple and Shuxiang Temple - worship for wisdom.

After the tour, drive back to the hotel and enjoy your free evening. You are recommended to pay a visit to Taihuai County at night.

Details in the itinerary:

  1. Chengdu downtown - Chengdu airport: 14km, 30 minutes
  2. Taiyuan airport - Mount Wutai: 192km, 2.5 hours driving

Mt. Wutai
Mount Wutai

Day 5Mount Wutai
Mount Wutai: Wanghai Peak, Guanyue Peak, Jinxiu Peak, Yedou Peak, Cuiyan Peak

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Wutai area

After breakfast, continue your second-day visit to Mount Wutai. You will take the Scenic Shuttle Bus to visit the five peaks - Wanghai Peak in the east (Wanghai Temple) where visitors standing on the top of the peak can appreciate the height of 2,795 meters, Guanyue Peak (Falei Temple) in the west, Jinxiu Peak (Puji Temple) in the south, Yedou Peak (Lingying Temple) in the north which is the highest point of Mount Wutai, as well being the highest in Northern China, at 3,058 meters, Cuiyan Peak (Yanjiao Temple) in the middle.

The worship to the five peaks is called Dachaotai which means Grand Worship. The Buddhist take it as a holy way to show their sincerity and bring their respect to the Buddha.

After the visit, you will take the shuttle bus down to the hill and back to your hotel for rest.

Mount Wutai
Mount Wutai

Day 6Mount Wutai - Taiyuan - Hefei - Mount Jiuhua
Drive to Taiyuan, Fly to Hefei, Drive to Mount Jiuhua

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Jiuhua area

Say goodbye to Mount Wutai and continue your trip to the next holy mountain. You will be transferred to Taiyuan airport for the flight to Hefei. Your driver will meet you at Hefei airport and help you transfer to the Mount Jiuhua area, including hotel check-in. Have a good rest for the following trip.

Details in the itinerary:

  1. Mount Wutai - Taiyuan Airport: 192km, 2.5 hours driving
  2. Hefei Airport - Mount Jiuhua: 230km, 3 hours driving

Mount Jiuhua
Mount Jiuhua

Day 7Mount Jiuhua
Jiuhua Street Scenic Area, Huacheng Temple, Diyuan Temple, Five Hundred Arhats Hall, Incarnation Hall, Longevity Palace

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Jiuhua area

After breakfast, you will take the shuttle bus up to Jiuhua Street Scenic Area where is the gathering place of historic figures and cultural heritage. You would find the most important temples here, such as Huacheng Temple, Diyuan Temple and Five Hundred Arhats Hall. In addition to temples, there are schools, hotels, shops, farmhouses, visitors can stay here and make it a starting point to explore the mountain attractions.

After lunch, you will play an easy walk along the stone plank up to Incarnation Hall which is a Buddhist shrine for worshipping the Bodhisattva Dizang (Ksitigarbha). Then, you will take the cable car up to Longevity Palace. You will be surprised by the unique combination of rock and construction, architecture and mountains. After the tour, take the cable car down to the hill and back to your hotel for rest.

Jiuhua Mountain
Jiuhua Mountain

Day 8Mount Jiuhua
Minyuan Scenic Area, Tiantai Temple, Dayuan Culture Theme Park

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Jiuhua area

Today, you will have an exploration of the Minyuan Scenic Area and take the cable car up to Tiantai Peak where you will visit the Tiantai Temple where is the most essential place in Mount Jiuhua. You will not only experience the strong atmosphere of Buddhism but would be astonished by the magnificent natural view. Take cable car down at noon.

After lunch, you will continue the visit to Dayuan Culture Theme Park where you will acquaint the most comprehensive culture of Ksitigarbha, and you will also see its symbolic spot - the 99 meters bronze statue of Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva. Back to your hotel after the trip.

Jiuhua Mountain
Mount Jiuhua

Day 9Mount Jiuhua - Hangzhou - Mount Putuo
Take the hi-speed rail to Hangzhou, Private transfer to Zhujiajian Pier, Take ferry boat to Putuoshan Island

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Putuo area

After breakfast, please check out and you will be transferred to the Chizhou railway station for the hi-speed rail to Hangzhou. Upon arrival, your driver will pick you up from the station and drive to Zhujiajian Pier for the ferry boat to Mount Putuoshan which is regarded to be the ashram of Avalokite?vara, one of the four bodhisattvas.

Your local guide will meet you at the pier when you arrive and help you check in the hotel. Enjoy your free leisure time to explore the small island.

The lunch would be served at a local restaurant en route.

Details in the itinerary:

  1. Chizhou - Hangzhou by the hi-speed rail: 2 hours and 40 minutes journey
  2. Hangzhou - Zhujiajian Pier by the private transfer: 240km, 3.5 hours

Mount Putuoshan
Mount Putuo

Day 10Mount Putuo
Huiji Temple, Fayu Temple, Puji Temple, Purple Bamboo Forest, Giant Avalokitesvara Buddha Statue

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: In Mount Putuo area

Today, you will have a full day to visit Mount Putuo. Here, you can see a few temples, nunneries as well as monasteries. The beautiful landscapes along with the charm concerned with Buddhism make Putuo a sacred mountain.

In the morning, you will first visit Huiji Temple - the third largest temple. Then, pay an easy walk down the steps along Xiangyun Road to Fayu Temple which is the second largest temple in Putuo Mountain. And you could appreciate the finest Buddhist hall in the country - Jade Buddhist Hall.

After lunch, you will continue the afternoon visit to Puji Temple which is one of the most popular temples with the most burning incense on Putuo Mountain, as well as the largest and oldest temple. Continue the visit to Purple Bamboo Forest - the residence place of Guanyin (Goddess of Mercy) & Giant Avalokitesvara Buddha Statue - a 33 meters golden statue standing.

After the tour, you will be transferred back to the hotel and have a free evening on your own arrangement.

Fayu Temple, Mt. Putuo
Fayu Temple, Putuo Mountain

Day 11Mount Putuo - Shanghai

Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast, please check out and you will be transferred to the pier for the ferry boat to Zhujiajian Pier. Your driver will pick you up from the pier and then drive to Shanghai Pudong airport directly for your flight home.

Details in the itinerary:
Zhujiajian Pier - Shanghai Pudong International Airport: 320km, 4 hours

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Tour Price (US$ per person)

Notice:
Due to the uncertainties of this tour, such as special local conditions , the changes of accommodation rate, etc, the tour has to be tailor-made and its price is on request. Please tell us in advance your group information inclusive of departure date, number of pax, and other individual needs, which will be helpful to work out a fit program and the right price.

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5.0

WojtekPoland2015

5.0

As a partner for few events in China in a different localisation and with different programs, the TCT represented by Mrs Janet Chan, showed unexpected involvement on all details. Helpful hints, flexibility and many other features ( relations with local subcontractors ) made our business on highest leavel with uncommon feedback....
PunkNelson

5.0

Great Hotel stay Very Nice Tour guides Convenient planned daily trips Average selection of restaurant for food though
efjm23

5.0

My wife (34) and I (35) took a 13-day trip to China during the last two weeks of May organized by Top China Travel. Our tour organizer was Janet Chan with whom we had a very excellent experience. The arrangements were flawless. We did not join a group, all the arrangements were made only for the two of us. We had a guide, a driver and a sedan car in each city. All the internal flights, cruise and train tickets, and any other ground transportation was arranged by TCT. We visited Beijing, Xian, Guilin-Yangshuo, Chongxing-Yangtze River Cruise, and Shanghai. I won't talk too much about the cities since there is plenty of information in the internet. I just can tell that China is amazing. My top favorite sites/monuments/attractions were: The Great Wall (Mutianyu section), Terracotta Warriors, bicycle ride in Yangshuo, bicycle ride in Xian City Wall, cooking lesson in Yangshuo, shopping at Tianzifang and Old Town market in Shanghai and the food EVERYWHERE. The hotel selection by TCT was good, however, depending on needs and tastes, I would recommend to discuss and agree with TCT on specific hotels after doing a little research. Reasons: breakfast selection might not be suitable for everybody (chinese breakfast is very different from occidental breakfast), some hotels might not enforce non-smoking policies hard enough (Novotel Peace in Beijing for example). The Yangtze River cruise was a really nice experience, the landscapes are unique. It's something worth seeing. We took the President #8 Ship, the rooms are clean and comfortable, however, the entertainment activities on board are limited. Overall experience in China was excellent and I definitely recommend Top China Travel as the agency of choice.
tvschidambaram

5.0

Ms.Joyce of Top China Travel ( TCT ) made a wonderful program for my family in a short notice. Highly committed and tour operators are excellent and good in communication. Shown us all beautiful places and were amazing. Commitment to time was so good and we never had any problems anywhere.
Liz L

5.0

This is not a review of the Guilin Day Tour, but of the transportation services TCT was able to arrange for me in the remote Sichuan Province for HuangLong Scenic Area and Jiuzhaigou Valley. I didn't have a need for a tour service, but I wanted to make arrangements for transportation in this remote area because I was travelling solo and wanted to make the most of my time. TCT was able to arrange transport for me from HuangLong JiuZhai Airport (JZH) to HuangLong; the driver waited for me while I hiked in the HuangLong Scenic Area (3-4 hours) and then transported me to my hotel in Jiuzhaigou. As arranged, a driver to met me at the airport with my name on a sign and then drove me to HuangLong, waited and then drove me to Jiuzhaigou. I was able to pay in advance with Paypal. This area has lots of mountains, valleys, small villages, and not a lot of public transportation. What a fantastic service! My hotel in Jiuzhaigou was not set up to make these kinds of transportation arrangements. I can't say enough about how professional this organization is. All of my questions via email were answered quickly. I had complete confidence in Maggie Qin, the Sales Representative that made all the arrangements. She included her phone number in our correspondence in case I need to get in touch with her in China. This came in very handy because my Chinese is limited and the driver's English was even more limited. He was able to call Maggie and confirm exactly the agenda for the day. Really, I am blown away by the customer service at TCT.
sana_pendhari

5.0

It was very well planned trip by TCT. All the arrangements like hotel stay, pick up drop were perfect. The tour I had for Xian was fun, our group also had a English speaking guide which was the best...The other day I had a private tour of Xian city with a guide..the guide was humble, polite and he showed me most beautiful places across the city and also TCT arranged awesome yummy Chinese lunch for me!!! The consultant I got from TCT was simply the best...she answered almost all of my questions very well...I bothered her every now and then but she always helped me to clear all my doubts.. Overall an awesome experience with TCT...looking forward for other trips with them.
Vicki L

5.0

We visited Beijing, Xian, Guilin, and Hong Kong. Our agent Rebecca was very helpful setting up the trip and very responsive to our questions. Our guide in Beijing, Linda, was a joy to be around. We made a friendship with her as we ended up spending a lot of time together. This personal service is most valuable to me as a seasoned world traveler who is used to solo travel. Having her as a guide made me feel like I knew someone in Beijing who was taking me to all those places I had previously only read about. Xian is cultural and Guilin is beautiful and we are so happy with our selection and with TCT.
tonirxxx

5.0

I would highly recommend TCT to anyone. We did a 2 week private (Beijing, Xian, Lhasa, Chengdu & Shanghai) tour with them and from the moment we arrived we felt like we were part of the family. Every guide was attentive, informative and an absolute pleasant to travel with. Special thanks to Rebecca for organising our itinerary and also a special mention to Tony, our guide in Beijing.
36debrae

5.0

Our family experienced Beijing, Xian, and Shanghai to the fullest; mostly due to Top China Travel. The arrangements, itineraries, logistics, guides, and drivers were of the highest professional standard. 
Each day was special.
The personal attention given to our family by the guides, included making arrangements to attend an evening performance in each city. 
We look forward to returning to China and will confidently work with Top China Travel in the future.
Kihei.Goldilocks

5.0

Our tour: Beijing, Xi`an, Yangtze River Cruise and Shanghi When we first made our inquires, we thought we would be hooked up with a group but due to our dates, it turned out to be just my husband and I. It was one of the best tours we’ve been on and we travel the world. First, we were immediately notified of a hotel upgrade prior to leaving home due to a National Holiday they declared in China. Our first hotel was close to the center of Beijing and everything would be shut down due to the Military Parade scheduled. Upon arriving in Beijing at 4:30am, we learned from our “super” guide, Grace, that all tours would be shut down for that one day also. Not a problem. We ended up going to the Great Wall and the Summer Palace the day before the shut down. We had plenty of time at both locations plus a delightful lunch on the way to the Great Wall. The day after the shutdown, was to the Temple of Heaven, (actually a wonderful park with everyone doing everything from dancing to playing checkers) then on to Tian`anmen Square. Here the decorations were still up from the parade and it was starting to get crowded but we started early, the Forbidden City and the Rickshaw Hutong Tour. Lunch was part of the Rickshaw tour and was in a local Chinese home. Normally, these might be spread out over a couple of days but we had to compress due to the shutdown and didn’t feel we missed anything. Again, Grace and our driver were wonderful and she knew all the short cuts etc… Then they drove us to the high speed train. Grace arranged our tickets and even boarded the train with us to make sure we were in the right seats, Loved this girl!! We were met in Xi`an at the train station by _____and driven to the Ramada Bell Tower. First on the agenda was the Ancient City Wall. This wall is about 40 feet high and probably 15 feet across. It isYou popular to rent bikes and ride around it (lots of tandum bikes) or walking or jogging. The whole distance is about 6 miles around. (visible from Google Earth) Then on to Terracota Army Museum. This is about an hour drive out of the city. This is a large complex. I don’t know what I was expecting but I didn’t expect buildings other than the hugh one built over the warriors. Lunch was provided at a restaurant on site. Back to Xi`an and a quick stop at the Wild Goose Pagoda. Here you are given into the care of a Pogoda volunteer to take you thru the grounds. The next morning we had some time before our flight to Chongqing so ___ took us to the Shaanxi History Museum. This museum has some wonderful exhibits that are well worth the time. Our flight was met by the local guide and driver and they took us to the Victoria Llanna. I can’t tell you how fantastic it is to have these guides to move you around and look out for you. There is no way we would have known to hire a local porter to carry our luggage to the boat They put a suitcase on each end of a bamboo pole and carry it down probably 60 cement stairs to a 50 foot metal walkway on drums extending out to the boat. I had to hold on to the rail just to walk across to board the boat. No way I could have handled luggage. Our guide recommended the proper fee to the porter and fended him off when he wanted more. Registration is on board the boat. Our guide helped us with that and then off he went. On board, you are seated with a group of other travelers. We were called the Foreign Independent Travelers. We had couples from France, Israel and Australia at our table. The meals are oriental but it is easy to find something you like. Every meal was buffet except for the final night. Always breads, eggs, meat and various fruits for breakfast. Lunch and dinner had rice, chow mein, various meat and vegetable dishes and always watermelon. In the bar area, I found an ice cream bar that was my daily reward! The different Georges were beautiful. On one you stop and board smaller boats to go deeper into the Goddess stream. At about 11pm on the final night, you start through the locks of the three gorges dam. Two boats go through at a time. Take a nap so you can stay up for this transition. When we arrived in Yichang, another very competent guide came on board and collected us. Hired a local porter for us and up the hill we went to the car and driver. Then on to the Yichang Airport to catch our flight to Shanghi. Our guide walked us into the airport and made sure we had our boarding passes. In Shanghai we were again met and taken via the MagLev train to the Marriott Puxi Hotel. The MagLev operates out of the Pudong airport so if you want to ride on this, you need to arrive at the right airport. (our son said we had to do this so, there you go) Our day in a took us to the Jade Budda Temple, YuYuan Garden, Old Town, Oriental Pearl Tower (clear observation floor-like you are standing on air), Nanjing Road and the Bund. All doable in one day and at an easy pace. I’m not a shopper but did take my picture at the Apple Store to show I was there! Next morning we went to Watertown. This is a town with canals (think Venice) that is 1700 years old. Walked the streets and took a cruise on the wooden boat. Very peaceful amid the hustle and bustle of Shanghai. On to the Hongqiao Airport for a flight back to Beijing. (We were on Hawaiian Airlines so needed to go in and out of Beijing ) Our last day in Beijing we went to the Pearl Market to shop. This is where one goes to by knock offs. High end handbags, electronics, toys etc. (Flight crews go there to shop) This is not a souvenir shop. The next morning another guide and driver showed up to take us to the Beijing Airport. A guide and driver are the way to travel China and Top China Travel does it well. All guides were English speaking and paid attention to any requests we had
Amanrey

5.0

Even though the boarding process might be a bit of a hassle, the tour is totally worth it: amazing landscape and unspoilt nature. One sees locals fishing, big birds, daily river life. The one hour trips on the river don’t do this fantastic amd unique lime stone scenery justice, the 4 hour cruise is very recommendable if you want to see this Guilin highlight! The boats are very comfortable, one can order Chinese food. With children it is recommendable to bring hats, sunscreen, snacks ( in case they don’t like the Chinese meal offered), binoculars and cards.
P F

5.0

Top China Travel Guide Jim in Beijing was an excellent guide for a solo tourist. He was attentive, passionate about Chinese history and very service oriented. He set the bar high for the following travel guides in Xian, Guilin and Shanghai. Overall the itinerary for my solo tour was amazing and I have so many awesome photos of my trip in China. Ask for Jim if you go to Beijing with TCT.
Ira P

5.0

My family and I (4 pax) from Australia took a 16 day private tour with TCT in April. My husband found this tour operator from a friend and we took our chances after checking their reviews on Tripadvisor. A young lady, Yocky was our tour consultant. Yocky is fantastic! She is very professional, informative and more importantly she is honest, genuine and attentive! She was very responsive to our queries and paid attention to details. She even organised a pocket wifi to be sent to us when we first arrived in Beijing! Such a gem and great asset for this company. Considering she claimed that we were her first clients, she did her job perfectly.The tour itself was very organised. My husband and I did a lot of research ourselves, so we kind of know what we wanted to do, and where to go. We started in Beijing, Xian, Jiu Zhai Gou, Chengdu, 3 night river cruise with Century, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. Along the way of the preparation, Yocky helped us with the final details, such as aligning with the cruise time table, what to prioritise, etc. She even suggested some local food.In each city, we were given a private car with driver and a tour guide. We didn't have any problems when arriving at the airport and the tour guides helped us check in at the airport (I find this is important, as it seems each local airport has their own 'safety regulations' that we found quite confusing!). We found most of our tour guides were professional with good English and knowledge of their local areas. I would like to highlight our tour guide Lin from Chengdu. Lin was excellent. She accommodated our needs very well. Ask for Lin as your tour guide when you visit Chengdu.Our regular communication with Yocky also helped us alot. Again, we really appreciate Yocky's availability throughout our trip. When we had to change our flight times and resolve problems with the river cruise,these issues were fixed by Yocky and her team immediately thanks to the pocket wifi and Yocky's availability!We were very satisfied with this tour provider especially with the service provided by Yocky. We will use this company again in the future.
suarezfamilyto

5.0

Top China Travel provided an intense 15 day tour of China. Now that we look back we realize how much we accomplished. It was more expensive than a regular tour, but it was worth it. Very few local people actually understand and speak English, so having a guide to take us around was a great help. We had a different guide in each area, but all were great; Alex, Liang, Kellie, Annie, Gerry, Adam, among others, really made each city trip enjoyable. They provided an overall view of their area, including the main sights and picked an excellent restaurant for our lunches so we were able to sample lots of different local foods. We had a car just for us and the guide basically picked us up at the airport/train station and ended his assignment after checking us in for our flight/train ride to the following city in our itinerary. We couldn't have done everything we did had it not been for the organization of this custom tour. Only issue we had is that we were only 1 day in Xian and therefore missed the cultural night show since we arrived too late into Xian to make it that night; and the following day after touring the Terracotta Soldiers we left in the afternoon for our next stop. Would have liked to have been told about this famous show so we could have maybe rearranged something. Other than this, Top China Travel made our China experience a memorable one.
Alngina

5.0

When we booked our trip to China we had a limited time to see everything we wanted to but Janet Chan at TCT did an absolutely amazing job at ticking every box and more. The itinerary was perfect. Journeys and accommodation were meticulously planned and accomplished. Our guides too were excellent. Alex in Beijing, Ken in Xian, and especially Maria in Shanghai were so professional and efficient that we never felt like strangers in a strange land. Many thanks TCT, best trip ever.
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