CHINA:

  • XI'AN CITY BREAK

    Welcome to Shaanxi Province, the place considered by many to be where Chinese civilization began. It has been the capital of the Empire three times and Xi'an has played a decisive role in the history of the country, exporting silk and local products to other countries. Explore this region from the Terra Cotta Warriors to Huashan and Jingdi tomb.

  • SHANGHAI CITY BREAK

    Welcome to Shanghai, a beacon for the Chinese economy showing both modernity and the future development of China. Shanghai offers modern entertainment, exciting architecture and a vibrant night life alongside ancient cultural traditions to create a compelling experience.

  • CHINA WITH BANYAN TREE (LUXURY)

    Experience the vast diversity of cultures of four Chinese cities in style with Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts. Guests visit Shanghai, considered the economic capital, Hangzhou and its famous "West Lake" in Yunnan province, Lijiang, once the heart of the Naxi minority and the Shangri La area, strongly influenced by Tibetan culture. Banyan Tree‘s unique and luxurious properties take inspiration from local architectural styles, blending in harmoniously with their surroundings.

  • BEIJING CITY BREAK

    Beijing has become a thriving metropolis in recent years and came back into fashion after taking the world stage in 2008 when hosting the Olympic Games. Though Beijing has always been a major world player as it was capital of the Chinese Empire under the Yuan Dynasty.

  • CLASSICAL CHINA

    Encompassing two spectacular cities, Beijing and Shanghai, and two truly fascinating regions of Shaanxi and Guangxi, this immersive tour allows travelers to experience the Great Wall of China, Forbidden Palace, the Terra Cotta Warriors, Li River (on a cruise) and Shanghai's intricate ancient neighborhoods that stand alongside modern developments. Head down backstreets and meet locals at work, stopping to talk and watch how goods are made. While in Beijing we also explore the religious systems alive in China, visiting a number of temples and mosques.