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✈ 12-Day China Guided Tour with Hotels and Air from InterTrips - Beijing, Xi'an, Suzhou, Wuxi, Hangzhou, and Shanghai

China Tour. Price is per Person, Based on Two Guests per Room. Buy One Voucher per Person.

What You Get

How to Book

  • Choose your package from the drop-down menu.
  • After purchasing this deal, follow the instructions on your voucher to book your trip with InterTrips no later than 8/23/19. Be sure to book early for best availability.

Know Before You Go

  • Additional taxes & fees: $400 fee to travel solo. $120 service fee per person for tour guides and driver not included. China visa fee not included: $169 for a single entry visa per person (at least 2 people travel together).
  • A passport is required for all travel outside the U.S.
  • Passports must be valid for at least six months after the date of travel, and contain at least two blank visa pages.
  • Before international travel, always check the State Department’s website for important info on the destination and its entry/exit requirements.
  • Official language: Mandarin
  • Currency: Renminbi
  • Chinese New Year holiday occurs from 1/24/2020 to 2/7/2020. Tours are offered during peak season, shoulder season, and off-season and pricing will vary depending on your travel date
  • Flight Notice: Some flights departing from the New York area may require travelers to spend the night of Day 11 or Day 12 in a Beijing Transit hotel offered by the airline for the next morning’s flight to the US.
  • Travel insurance is strongly recommend for passengers needing a connecting flight from their point of origin to one of the departure cities.

12-Day Tour of China

Flights & Transportation:

  • Round-trip airfare from
    • New York City (specific gateway based on availability)
    • Washington, DC (specific gateway based on availability)
    • Atlanta (ATL)
    • Boston (BOS)
    • Chicago (ORD)
    • Denver (DEN)
    • Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
    • Houston (IAH)
    • Los Angeles (LAX)
    • San Francisco (SFO)
    • Seattle (SEA)
  • Airport transfers
  • Transportation between cities via air or motorbus
  • Airline taxes & fuel surcharges
  • For additional departure airports/pricing, contact InterTrips at (888) 410-4111.
  • Airline & flight times determined at time of booking

Hotels (10 nights + 2 overnight flight)

Attractions & Meals

  • Daily breakfast and 4 lunches
  • Tours per itinerary

Tour Itinerary at a Glance

Tour six iconic cities in China in just 12 days. Start the trip with a walk on the Great Wall in Beijing and end it with sightseeing in the country’s largest city Shanghai.

  • Day 1: Depart for China.
  • Day 2: Arrive in Beijing.
  • Day 3: Day at leisure in Beijing.
  • Day 4: Hike along The Great Wall of China.
  • Day 5: In the afternoon, transfer to Xi’an
  • Day 6: Marvel at one of the largest, oldest and best-preserved Chinese city walls.
  • Day 7: Arrive in Suzhou and visit Shan Tang Street.
  • Day 8: Visit the Lingering Garden and Silk Spinning Factory, then drive to Wuxi.
  • Day 9: Arrive in Hangzhou and take a boat ride on the West Lake.
  • Day 10: Drive to Shanghai, where you’ll peruse the Bund.
  • Day 11: Day at leisure in Shanghai.
  • Day 12: Depart for the USA.

Call InterTrips at (888) 410-4111 for Questions About:

  • Flying from any airport not listed here
  • Extending your trip or traveling on dates not listed here
  • The availability of your desired travel dates
  • Traveling with kids; please contact InterTrips for more information
  • Booking optional tours and upgrades

Optional Tours & Upgrades

  • Day 3: Peking duck dinner banquet with wine ($35/person)
  • Day 3: Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City tour with lunch ($65/person)
  • Day 4: The Golden Mask Dynasty Show ($49/person)
  • Day 5: Temple of Heaven and rickshaw tour with lunch ($79/person)
  • Day 6: The Tang Dynasty Music and Dance Show ($45/person)
  • Day 6: Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum with lunch ($89/person)
  • Day 7: Boat ride on the Grand Canal with a walk around the local community ($29/person)
  • Day 10: Shanghai Lujiazui FTDZ & Huang Pu River cruise ($45/person)
  • Day 11: Shanghai full-day tour with Maglev Train Experience ($49/person)
  • Day 11: “ERA” - The Permanent Show ($49/person)

Fine Print

  • Book by 8/23/19 or promo value expires
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 9 additional as gifts
  • Reservation required, inclusions/airfare/airline subject to availability
  • Additional fees may apply for some departure dates
  • All cancellations subject to fee up to voucher price
  • Airfare nonrefundable after booking
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Credit card required at booking and check-in
  • Baggage fees may apply and vary by carrier
  • Airfare includes carrier and government taxes & fees
  • Not all tours are handicapped accessible, please contact InterTrips at info@intertrips.com to confirm
  • A passport is required for all travel outside the U.S
  • Check the State Department’s website for entry/exit requirements
  • $400 fee to travel solo
  • $120 service fee per person for tour guides and driver not included
  • China visa fee not included: $169 for single entry visa per person (at least 2 people travel together)
  • For best availability, please redeem your voucher and book the tour online to secure your desired departure date
  • When redeeming vouchers online, only the selected dates offered in the promotion can be utilized to book and confirm
  • Flight Itinerary will be finalized 21 to 30 days before the departure date
  • Travel insurance, service fee, and other personal expenses are not included.

About ✈ 12-Day China Guided Tour with Hotels and Air from InterTrips

Customer Reviews

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Mariana
4 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
October 27, 2019
The tour guides were very nice and helpful all day. 👍 We enjoyed a lot the trip. The hotels were all 5 stars and good breakfast.
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BARBARA
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
August 29, 2019
Won't take tour until April Added 2 days in Beijing, flying out of PDX 550 extra per person, 635 Per person For day tours. For a total of $2134 and that doesn't include most food. Plus insurance of $120 We can't get a confirmation of flight information, a receipt of what we paid. They won't send us an itinerary or flight info til March. Hope this is worth it???
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Allen
1 ratings1 reviews
Rating of 1 out of 5 stars
September 25, 2020
The tour was cancelled and Groupon will not refund my money! A terrible company with poor customer service!
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BETH
2 ratings2 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
March 22, 2020
I would not recommend, as I would not book with this company again personally. Bad communication from the start, I had to follow up when booking optional tours. Didnt find out our tours were being cancelled (did not meet 10 person minimum requirement) until the morning of the tour. They charge $150 per person for tips/bus, but also require a minimum. Super greedy. Jennifer was a great guide!
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Abigail
21 ratings11 reviews1 photos
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
January 29, 2020
Representative was helpful during our call and provided great customer service. Thank you!
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jennifer
3 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
January 14, 2020
This was the worst trip I have ever taken. I do not recommend this. I would save your money and time. Sales Scam/High Pressure sales people follow you like vultures. I can not Express how disappointed we are. Why we were not flown into Beijing in the first place is very confusing. We were flown way out of the way into Wuhan; our connecting flight to Beijing was canceled. We were then transferred to a hotel, but given no options to eat other then packaged ramen, all with meat and onions. I am allergic to onions and Basha doesn't eat meat. We were offered no coffee or tea. We were told by the airlines they had contacted our tour guide, but in fact they had not. This morning they said they never heard of our tour company. There was no number for the tour guide given. It was frustrating for us to figure out as the airline would not allow us to board without having been cleared by the tour company. At this point it has been over 12 hours since we had eaten. Once we got Micheal from inter trips to confirm we were able to board. However we were told that we missed our tour for the day. Arriving to Beijing turned out to be more stressful as we located Tom from intertrips, we were given little time to get a snack as they were rushed to get to their tour ( which we were not on). Now it has been close to 16 hours we hadn't eaten. Tom dropped us off on the side of our hotel and told us to check in on our own Basha and Andrew checked in no problem, but the girl who helped us was rude said that we are late, the reservation was yesterday, we didn't check in on time, today was our check out date. She was refusing us to check in. We asked her to call Micheal. She did but was rude and reluctant. The receptionist who helped Andrew and Basha had no problem and quickly checked them in. The receptionist who helped us would look Right past me and only to talk to Andrew who was already checked in and she even handed him me and Alex's passport. This has been not a good start to our trip. And were are frustrated. You should had just delivered us to Beijing in the first place. Maybe a lot of this could have been avoided. we did not deserve to be treated the way the receptionist here treated me and my husband. The keys she gave us to our room would not even activate the lights and a security person had to be sent to our room. We are completely separated from our tour guides anyone on our tour. We felt segregated. The tour guides took our passport lost them and our visa. It was like we were being held hostage. we lost 2 days in Beijing, which left us going on our own to Forbidden palace & Tiananmen Square on a Monday and it was closed. We missed Temple of Heaven because the tour guide took our group on the first day, so it was done out of order. The Jade Museum was not a museum it was an over priced store that was extremely cold, our lunch was served prior to us getting there and was cold. The bus driver kept the bus cold and it was freezing repeated requests went unanswered to heat the bus. We were not offered blankets. We were double layered socks, long Jon's under our clothes 4 shirts jackets, hats and gloves it was 0 degrees Celsius out. There were days waisted travelling all day was spent at the airport on day 7. There was no canal ride. The silk factory was an over priced shopping excursion and long hours spent on the bus. Another day wasted. Day 9 was a waste of time, I asked a day a head of time to go to the temple my request went ignored Day 10 another boring trip to a high pressure sales excursion to the tea place. Honestly this trip was a waste of our time A waste of a vacation that we only get once in a lifetime.
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jennifer
3 ratings3 reviews
Rating of 2 out of 5 stars
January 14, 2020
I am warning everyone regarding this trip. This is a SALES TOUR. We did not understand this. SO BE PREPARED TO BE LOCKED ON BUSSES WITH NO HEAT, FOR HOURS, WITH NO FOOD, DRINKS OR WATER. ALSO BE PREPARED TO BE STUCK IN AIRPORTS MISSING FULL DAYS OF YOUR TRIP. So far I can not Express how disappointed we are. Why we were not flown into Beijing in the first place is very confusing. We were flown way out of the way into Wuhan; our connecting flight to Beijing was canceled. We were then transferred to a hotel, but given no options to eat other then packaged ramen, all with meat and onions. I am allergic to onions and Basha doesn't eat meat. We were offered no coffee or tea. We were told by the airlines they had contacted our tour guide, but in fact they had not. This morning they said they never heard of our tour company. There was no number for the tour guide given. It was frustrating for us to figure out as the airline would not allow us to board without having been cleared by the tour company. At this point it has been over 12 hours since we had eaten. Once we got Micheal from inter trips to confirm we were able to board. However we were told that we missed our tour for the day. Arriving to Beijing turned out to be more stressful as we located Tom from intertrips, we were given little time to get a snack as they were rushed to get to their tour ( which we were not on). Now it has been close to 16 hours we hadn't eaten. Tom dropped us off on the side of our hotel and told us to check in on our own Basha and Andrew checked in no problem, but the girl who helped us was rude said that we are late, the reservation was yesterday, we didn't check in on time, today was our check out date. She was refusing us to check in. We asked her to call Micheal. She did but was rude and reluctant. The receptionist who helped Andrew and Basha had no problem and quickly checked them in. The receptionist who helped us would look Right past me and only to talk to Andrew who was already checked in and she even handed him me and Alex's passport. This has been not a good start to our trip. And we are frustrated. You should had just delivered us to Beijing in the first place. Maybe a lot of this could have been avoided. I do not deserve to be treated the way the receptionist here treated me and my husband. The keys she gave us to our room would not even activate the lights and a security person had to be sent to our room. We are completely separated from our tour guides anyone on our tour. We feel segregated. We lost the first 2 days of the 12 day tour. Tom, took the remaining people to a separate hotel. As you know we lost 2 days in Beijing, which left us going on our own to Forbidden palace & Tiananmen Square on a Monday and it was closed. We missed Temple of Heaven because the tour guide took our group on the first day, so it was done out of order. The Jade Museum was not a museum it was an over priced,store that was extremely cold, with pushy sales people who follow you around like vultures. We had a terrible lunch at the Jade store _ our lunch was served prior to us getting there, not just sitting down.. before we actually got to the Jade store. -- sitting down and was cold. The bus driver kept the bus cold and it was freezing repeated requests went unanswered to heat the bus. We were not offered blankets. We were double layered socks, long Jhon's under our clothes 4 shirts jackets, hats and gloves it was 0 degrees Celsius out. There were days wasted traveling all day was spent at the airport on day 7. There was no canal ride. The silk factory was an over priced shopping excursion 12 hours spent on the bus. Very little break periods. Another day wasted. Day 9 was a waste of time, I asked a day a head of time to go to the temple my request went ignored Day 10 another boring trip to a high pressure sales excursion to the green tea place. Honestly this trip was a waste of our time A waste of a vacation that we only get once in a lifetime. This is unbelievable. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY STAY AWAY FROM INTERTRIPS TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE. HOTELS WERE NICE ENOUGH, HOWEVER THE BEDS ARE EXTREMLY FIRM.
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Connie
13 ratings12 reviews
Rating of 5 out of 5 stars
January 9, 2020
It looks to be a great value. The people at inter trips were most helpful. Will update later after I get back
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