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  • Great Wall, Beijing

    Essential China

    China
    • See China’s quintessential sights including the Great Wall, Forbidden City, Terracotta Warriors and the Bund.

    • Travel by high-speed bullet trains and optional ride on Shanghai’s maglev train.

    • Explore Xian’s lively Muslim Quarter and the Grand Mosque.

    • Enjoy a cycling tour through Beijing’s Hutongs.

    8 days from CAD4,110pp

  • Hong Kong from Victoria Peak

    A tale of two cities: Hong Kong & the history of Angkor

    China and Cambodia
    • Take in the views from Kowloon over to Hong Kong Island.

    • Enjoy some of the best dim sum in the world with the locals Hong Kong style.

    • Soak up the atmosphere of Phnom Penh, Cambodia's up and coming capital.

    • Visit the awe-inspiring temple complex of Angkor Wat and bring out your adventurous side exploring Ta Prohm.

    • Relax in Kep and experience the flavours of Cambodian cuisine.

    12 days from CAD6,335pp

  • The Three Pagodas, Dali

    Sichuan & Yunnan explorer: pandas & mountains

    China
    • Visit Chengdu Panda Research Base and see the adorable giant pandas.

    • See the sacred Giant Buddha of Leshan and ascend Emei Mountain.

    • Meet the diverse ethnic minorities of Yunnan Province.

    • Stroll around the charming old towns of Dali and Lijiang.

    • Journey to Shangri-La to discover stunning scenery and Tibetan culture.

    14 days from CAD6,935pp

  • Jade Dragon Snow Mountain & Black Dragon Pond, Lijiang

    Magnificent China tour

    China
    • Visit the Forbidden City, the Great Wall at Jinshanling Pass and Terracotta Warriors.

    • Explore China's stunning countryside in Yangshuo, Longji and Shangri-La.

    • Learn about Naxi faith and Tibetan culture in Yunnan.

    • See the giant pandas at Chengdu Panda Research Base.

    • Sample delicious street foods of Xian’s Muslim Quarter.

    16 days from CAD7,970pp

  • Zhangjiajie scenic area, Zhangjiajie

    Natural wonders of China

    China
    • Cycle through Shanghai’s former French Concession.

    • Explore the summit of sacred Huang Shan along winding trails.

    • Step back in time with a visit to Chengkan, Xidi and Pingshan ancient villages.

    • Enjoy the scenery of Zhangjiajie National Park and Wulingyuan Scenic Area.

    • Walk on the Glass Bridge and take an exhilarating cable car ride up to Tianmenshan.

    14 days from CAD7,975pp

  • Li river, Guilin

    Classic China & Fujian tulou houses

    China
    • See China’s iconic sights including the Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and Terracotta Warriors.

    • Walk along the Great Wall at Jinshanling Pass.

    • Explore Beijing’s Hutongs and Shanghai’s French Concession by bicycle.

    • Trek through the rice terraces and stay overnight in Longji.

    • Explore Gulangyu Island and the Tulou clusters in Fujian Province.

    16 days from CAD8,985pp

  • Walk Along the Dragon's Backbone

    Hiking in China

    China
    • Witness the sheer magnitude of the Great Wall.

    • See the sunrise over Huangshan.

    • Journey through rice terraces and minority villages.

    • Hike through the impressive Tiger Leaping Gorge.

    • Visit the high Tibetan Plateau.

    18 days from CAD10,110pp

  • Giant panda, Chengdu

    Luxury family China: emperors, warriors & pandas

    China
    • See the Great Wall, Forbidden City and the Terracotta Warriors.

    • Visit Chengdu Panda Research Base and see the giant pandas.

    • Discover Beijing’s Hutongs and scenic Yangshuo countryside by bike.

    • Take in an awe-inspiring kung fu show and learn the moves.

    • Sample local Beijing breakfasts and learn to make dumplings.

    14 days from CAD11,070pp

  • Taal volcano

    Hong Kong & luxury tour of the Philippines

    China and Philippines
    • Explore Hong Kong's skyscrapers.

    • Stay on Pamalican island.

    • 7 sq km (3 sq miles) of pristine coral reef and stunning beaches at one of the Philippines' best resorts.

    • Visit Lake Taal crossing the lake by boat and ride on horseback to the top of the volcano.

    • Take a guided tour of Intramuros — Manila's walled city crammed full of history.

    15 days from CAD16,995pp

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