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      由于我们游学名额非常有限,因此先预订,先获得这个机会,赶快抓紧时间预订名额吧!参加此次游学项目,就像步入一张红地毯,带你尽情领域中国文化,参加汉语学习的盛典。由于旅游中需要爬山和远足,因此如果您的健康状况不佳,我们建议您不要参加,语风汉教中心将为你开启奇妙的游学之旅,带您游览中国具有代表性的一个或多个城市。根据您的需求,我们为个人或团队安排游学西安周边或远离西安的城市。同样,根据您的需求,形成可以为一到三周或者更长。结合您的需求,我们将安排汉语课程,负责旅游中的交通、住宿、观光导游等。
      以下是游学行程的计划,请您仔细阅读,并根据您的需求进行选择。
      选择您的行程(注意: 以下费用包括学费、住宿费、导游费、仅从学校出发外出旅游的交通费用等):
      □ A)游学方案(1周/1 个城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费等。
      □ B)游学方案 (2周/1个城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费等。
      □ C)游学方案 (3周/2个城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      无锡——东方古寺、太湖。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费等。
      □ D)游学方案(4周/3城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      无锡——东方古寺和太湖。
      上海——东方巴黎。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费等。
      □ E)游学方案 (2个月/4个城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      无锡——东方古寺和太湖。
      上海——东方巴黎。
      云南——中国最美的旅游圣地。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费。
      □ F)游学方案 (3 个月 / 6 个城市 )
      西安——秦始皇陵兵马俑,中国陕西省省会城市。
      无锡——东方古寺和太湖。
      上海——东方巴黎。
      云南——中国最美的旅游圣地。
      北京——中国首都。
      苏州——中国古代园林。
      包括:商务酒店、旅游保险、汉语课程、国内主要交通费、游览名胜古迹的门票费、导游费等。

                                                         部分景点介绍

 

兵马俑
      兵马俑是中国最著名的旅游景点之一,因为它具有重历史意义和唯一性。数百如真人大小的逼真模型,代表着强大的军队,战胜了所有其他的中国军队,并最终统一了中国,这也使得兵马俑的意义卓著。
      秦始皇兵马俑博物馆位于秦始皇墓以东2公里。秦始皇在2200多年前,因第一个统一中国而得此名,并下令建立这种模型军队作为纪念。

 

大雁塔
      大雁塔,位于中国的陕西省西安市南部,是一座佛塔。 它始建于652年唐朝,原本有5层。重建于704年武则天统治时期,在明代,其外里面用砖重铺过。宝塔最重要的功能之一是为了保存僧侣玄奘法师从印度带回到中国的佛经及其典藏书籍。

 

太白山国家森林公园
      在汉语里太白表示“过白”的意思, 用在此处来形容山的颜色。由于山上气候寒冷,山上一年四季都会被厚厚的冰雪覆盖而得名。太白山国家森林公园拥有多样的森林资源、丰富的动物物种和山区地貌,吸引了无数来自海内外的游客。
      太白山森林公园评为“亚洲天然植物园”和中国的“天然动物园,森林公园,拥有超过1,850种子类植物和超过1,690种的昆虫和动物,其中包括超过230种鸟类和40多种野兽。其中不乏珍稀动物物种,如大熊猫和金丝猴。由于这种自然优势,园区也被认为是一个非人为的自然物种基因库。

西安钟楼
      钟楼,是一个庄严的传统性建筑物,标志着古都的地理中心。从这个重要的里程碑向东,西、南、北四个方向的街道延伸,连接起了明代城墙(1368-1644)下的东门、西门、南门、北门。
      木塔总高36米(118英尺),是中国现存最大,保存最完好的古塔。木塔矗立在长35.5米(116.4英尺),高8.6米(28.2英尺)的砖基上。在明代,西安是中国西北地区重要的军事重镇,其塔的规模和历史意义就是一个真实的反映。
                                                                     

                                                        游学项目(旅游部分)参考计划

 序号  计划                                  行程安排     亮点介绍
  1     古都古文明 D1、东线游览:兵马俑、大秦学做兵马俑,华清池返回市内
D2、市内:城墙(骑自行车),学做饺子或学习仿唐乐舞,晚餐后结束旅行
1、世界八大奇迹-兵马俑/唐长安城
2、中国目前保存最完整的古城堡-西安城墙
3、包饺子学歌舞
  2 秦岭大自然 D1、太白青峰峡森林公园,沿途欣赏石头河、褒斜古道百里生态画廊、太白山古道登山口风光,感受三国历史文化气息和纵览生态农业示范基地,抵达太白青峰峡森林公园。游览睡佛山、仙桃山、青峰飞瀑、武士探山等景点,午餐青峰宾馆,下午体验青峰峡漂流、户外拓展训练、水上乐园等项目奇趣,夜宿青峰宾馆
D2、从青峰峡出发,到达太白县城,感受陕西最高之城夏日清凉,亲身体验太白的山水,沿太洋公路饱览大自然曼妙风光,观小华山、高山草甸、大岭云海、羚牛沟之野趣、体验百里丛林穿越,感受“一日有四季,十里不同天和山前桃花山后雪,南北风情相伴生”的别样风情。中午抵达熊猫小镇——黄柏塬,品尝岭南农家风味特色餐,之后游览北方九寨沟—大箭沟之神奇
1、秦岭-中国南北分水岭-中国南北区的自然差异
2、国宝大熊猫
  3 我来做一件瓷器 D1、富平陶艺村:手工制作陶制品
D2、乘车赴“炉火千年不绝”的耀瓷基地陈炉古镇,了解古窑烧纸流程。参观耀州窑博物馆,了解神秘的中华秘制瓷
 1、富平-中国当代领导人的故乡    
2、中国瓷器不仅是闻名世界的伟大发明更是承载着中国丰富的文化积淀要了解汉文化少不了它
  4 淳朴绚丽中国风 D1、户县农民画展览馆,户县农家学习画画
D2、户县古县城餐馆介绍现成历史,农家学习制作摆汤面
1、农民画农家饭赋予浓郁的地方特色,感受
2、浓浓的民间风情体验浓郁的乡土气息
  5 土生土长古老中国人的信仰

D1、参观大皮院清真寺,了解穆斯林文化,高家大院观看皮影戏表演,学习制作剪纸和皮影,回民街品尝小吃
D2、八仙庵或者广仁寺了解中国道家文化或者密宗文化

1、大皮院清真寺-伊斯兰教与汉文化的融合建筑
2、八仙庵-中国本土宗教-道教
3、广仁寺-佛教密宗探秘
  6 品香识中国 D1、学习香料知识,欣赏香道表演,参与制香
D2、汉服文化介绍,学习汉礼仪,穿汉服参与茶道香道表演和交流
香、茶、汉服中国最传统最具有文化代表的综合体验
  7 我是吃货 D1、参观桃李烹饪学校,学习1-2道中国菜做法
D2、学习如何用中文点菜
 不仅吃还会做

                                                                     关于西安
      西安在汉朝被称为长安,内涵是永久和平之地。到盛唐长安一跃成为国内外历史最悠久和最繁华的国际化大都市。1369年西安获得现名。西安位居中国六大古都之首,是著名的历史文化名城。在中国的历史上先后有周,秦,汉,隋,唐等13个朝代在此建都。
      西安是陕西省省会,也是中国西北地区的政治,经济和文化中心。随着旅游业的发展和对外开放政策推动,西安已成为全国重点旅游城市之一。西安下设8个区和5个县,覆盖面积9983万公里(1066万公里,城区),人口6,800,000。
      西安也是世界丝绸之路的起点。这座城市好比一个著名的历史博物馆。历经几千年的时光倒流,在这座庞大的历史博物馆里,你会看到超过6000年历史的母系氏族公社半坡遗存,早在周朝,已拥有超过3000年历史的华清池;秦始皇兵马俑,被称为世界第八大奇迹;唐朝兴建的大雁塔和小雁塔。建于明朝的钟楼和鼓楼,馆藏年代久远的皇家陵园碑林。
      经济:
      作为中国西部大开发政策的重要组成部分,西安倍受各方关注。从1997年至2006年,西安工业总产值从8.113亿美元增长到25.85亿美元,其中新型服务业产值以每年平均13.74%在剧增,而传统的服务行业为0.74%。西安是陕西省最大的经济体,2010年GDP总值为324.1亿人民币。此值以平均每年14.5%增加,占陕西省的GDP总值约41.8%。在西安,至少已有58个国家建立了超过2,560家企业,包括“财富”500强企业中的19家,如ABB集团,日本三菱,东芝,富士通,可口可乐,和波音公司。
      西安的重点产业包括装备制造、旅游和服务外包。制造业年产36.5亿人民币,占全市总量的44.5%。此外,作为中国6大古都之一,西安拥有丰富的文化遗产,包括兵马俑,西安城墙,法门寺等。丰富的文化遗产使旅游成为西安一项重要产业。 2010年,52万国内游客参观了西安,总收入为40.52亿人民币。 此值平均以每年增加36.4%,外汇收入(比2009年的530万美元)增长35.8%左右。西安也是中国的第一批服务外包城市之一,拥有超过800家服务外包类公司。2012年,全市该行业的产值超过42亿元。从1997年至2006年,在该行业的就业人数从60,000翻了一番,电脑销售也翻了一倍,从16,000到32,000。由于软件外包产业的重要性,全市计划建设一个软件新镇,预计在2015年完成投资30亿元。西安出口的主要商品包括照明设备和汽车零部件,而其主要进口商品是机电产品。在国际上,西安是美国最大的贸易伙伴。随着成都和重庆的发展,西安已然成为西三角经济区的重要组成部分。
      旅游业:
      虽然到访西安最宜人的季节是秋季,但旅客人数往往在夏季已开始(5月—8月)剧增。
      景点:

                                                        明城墙

                                                       大清真寺

                                                      大雁塔

                                                          法门寺

                                                   西安城市俯瞰图

     由于城市的众多历史古迹、大量的古代遗址和墓葬,旅游业一直是当地经济的重要组成部分,西安也是中国最热门的旅游目的地之一。
      这个城市有众多重要的历史古迹,一部分处于正在考古研究的项目,如秦始皇陵和秦始皇兵马俑。这里坐落着多个周朝君王的陵墓。西安还拥从汉朝起的约800个皇家陵墓,其中出土数以百计的雕塑、粘土士兵,以及祭祀庙宇。这座城市有众多的唐代佛塔,以众多的历史博物馆和碑林闻名。这里坐落着一座11世纪的孔庙,存有大量从各个朝代发掘的石碑。
      ﹡城墙,环绕这座城市,该城墙重建于14世纪明朝初年。重建于唐代皇宫内。
      ﹡秦始皇陵和兵马俑,位于市中心以东40公里(25英里),在城市的郊区。
      ﹡钟楼和鼓楼,坐落于城市的中心轴上。
      ﹡西安大清真寺,城市的穆斯林聚集地。
      ﹡大雁塔和小雁塔,是非常壮观的塔楼,两座塔都远远超过1000年的历史,并在大地震中存活。大雁塔紧邻拥有亚洲最大的音乐喷泉广场旁,广场喷泉随着音乐的起伏而上升和下降,通常喷泉表演在中午十二时;日落后,大雁塔古时用来保护和存放佛教著作。
      ﹡碑林,以存放众多的历史铭文和石制品而出名。
      ﹡法门寺,其高耸的宝塔位于城市的郊区。
      ﹡青龙寺
      ﹡新石器时代的半坡遗址,位于城市近郊。
      ﹡乾陵,西安众多盛唐时代的墓葬之一。
      ﹡陕西历史博物馆收藏有大量的现代和古代的文物。
      ﹡终南(终南山)
      ﹡太白山
      ﹡骊山
      ﹡华清池,有6000年的历史,相邻的唐华清宫有3000多年的历史。跻身中国著名百强的花园,它也是国家文物保护单位和国家重点风景名胜区。
      ﹡大明宫国家遗址公园,唐代帝王皇家官邸。
      ﹡唐高宗之墓,西安众多唐朝遗留下来的陵墓之一。

                                                                     Traveling in China

About Wuxi City:
Wuxi is an old city in southern Jiangsuprovince, People's Republic of China.Split in half by Lake Tai, Wuxi borders Changzhou to the west and Suzhou to the east. The northern half looks across to Taizhou across the Yangtze River, while the southern half also borders the province of Zhejiang to the south. Wuxi also has a history of business people involved in modern Shanghai commerce since the early 20th century.
Attractions:
1: The Lingshan Grand Buddha
The Lingshan Grand Buddha sits on the site of an ancient Buddhist Temple- Xiangxiang Temple of the Tang and Song Dynasties. The outdoor bronze statue of Sakyamuni Buddha is 88 meter high. It was set up at the same time when the temple was rebuilt.
The grand Buddha acquire its name because of the location on the small Lingshan Mountain. The Mountain was so named by Tang Xuanzang, a Tang-dynasty Buddhist Monk whose pilgrimage trip to India is well-known throughout the Chinese history.
The grand Buddha is made of tin and bronze, taking advantage of bronze's quality of erosion resistance. Another concern is the bronze's artistic value. Bronze material deriving from the essence of the classical art in the Stone Age, is an extremely splendid part of Chinese traditional culture itself.
The Lingshan Grand Buddha was built according to the thirty-two features of the Buddha in the sutra. The grand Buddha looks at all flesh with an affable smile. His right hand has a fearless seal with hand lifted and the center of the palm outside, which symbolizes removal of sufferings. And his left hand has a wishes seal with hand lifted, the center of the palm outside, and the thumb and the forefinger in the ring type like "OK", which signifies giving of happiness. They are all features of benediction. Sedate, dignified and delicate, the Buddhist statue has a solemn and satisfactory shape, showing the Buddha's feature of mercy.
A grand Striking Bell celebration is held at the Lingshan Mountain at the Lunar Chinese New Year Eve annually which draws hundreds to participate.
2:The Meiyuan Garden
The Meiyuan Garden is a famous place to view the plum blossom in south China. In the garden grow over 40 varieties of plum blossom. In winter or early spring when the flowers are in full bloom, the garden takes on an imposing scene.  
It was originally a private garden of a successful candidate in the highest imperial examinations in feudal China at the end of the Qing Dynasty. In 1912, the garden was occupied by the Rong family who planted thousands of plum trees there, and the garden was then renamed as "Meiyuan Garden"( plum garden in English). 
Numerous crimsoned structures, towers, pavilions, tea house, dot the landscape. A hexagonal three-storey's tower was built by the two sons of the Rong family to memorize the 80th netherworld birthday of their mother in 1930. The structure with red walls and green roofs is very attractive.
There are superior flowering and fruiting plum trees introduced from Japan and trees of orange, peach, plum, persimmon, gingko and megranate planted at intervals. It has the four sightseeing areas of Junzi (gentleman) Garden, Three Friends in Cold Weather, Sixiu Garden and Winter Plum.
Walking along the trees-lined path through the blossom plum affords an exhilarating experience.
3:The Three Kingdom City
The Three Kingdom City was built as background by the CCTV for shooting the TV series of Romance of Three Kingdoms. It is a recreation of the panorama of the chaotic Three Kingdoms Period in Chinese history.
Covering an area of 35 hectares, there are large-scale numerous Han-style buildings in the city, including King Wu Palace, Nectar Temple, water village of Cao Camp, seven star altar, signal fire platform, wheel-tower gate (outer gate of government official) and more than 20 ancient warships  Moreover, the scene of "Oath of Brotherhood in the Peach Garden", arena, the Eight-Diagram Formation are added and entertainment items such as borrowing arrows with straw boats, amusement on ancient boats, bathing place at the shore of the lake, horse racing, singing and dancing performances newly developed in the scenic area.
The whole scenic area of Three Kingdoms City shows a majestic and spectacular vision and has profound connotations. When you walk around the city, every wheel-tower gate and every brick are as if telling one thrilling story after another in troubled times to the tourists. The Three Kingdoms City is a double-dwelling city which centers on the production of television and film and also pays attention to the tourist function, thus attracting multitudes of tourists to the scenic area.
4:The li Garden
The lake of the Li Garden ripples gently and green hills stand in the distance. Long corridors, embankment, arbors, pavilions in the garden are all exquisitely engraved with elegant and colored drawing. When lounging around the garden especially in spring, you will have a tender love for it.  
The present Li Garden is divided into four tourist and sightseeing area, namely, artificial hills covered with green vegetation, spring morning on the south embankment, long corridor with a collection of sightseeing scenes, and layers of waves with double images.
In the "artificial hilled covered with green vegetation's", there are boundless spring sceneries in the Sifang Pavilion; the path winds beside the water pavilion; take the lotus boat and you will "keep withering lotus and listen to the rain"; paying a visit to the fish bond can also make you "jump through the dragon gate and get the breaks"; the variation of Yiren Rock and the luxuriant woods and trimmed bamboos of Guiyun Peak will make you feel as if traveling in the universe. 
The long corridor of one-thousand steps in the "long corridor with a collection of sightseeing scenes" heaves high and low with zigzags. It is deep and shifty with rich gradation as if picture scrolls of "mountain rays shining on the threshold and water surrounding the corridor". The landscape in the long corridor is also quite varied from the doors and windows with the exquisite engravings to water platform with red flowers and green trees, all revealing the charm and gentleness of the Li Garden.
As the "layers of waves with double images" shows, it is the best spot to appreciate water in the garden. Ban Pavilion, Lvyi Pavilion, Chunqiu Pavilion and Shuimiao Pavilion, etc all center on water and demonstrate the graceful flavor of the lake water in the Li Garden at different levels. In the area of "spring morning on the south embankment", you can have a thorough appreciation of the spring scenery and smell the fragrance of flowers carefully. The Sifang Pavilion in the area can be called “of unique ingenuity” as the four identical pavilions built around the waters show the beautiful sight of the Li Garden with the construction form of "not fearing conformity but leaping out of conformity". Different seasonal flowers and trees are planted according to the color of flowers and seasons around every pavilion. The spring pavilion of "Yihong" is planted with plum trees, the summer pavilion of "Dicui" planted with dogbanes, the autumn pavilion of "Zuihuang" planted with sweet-scented osmanthus, and the winter pavilion of "Yinba" planted with calyx canthus. Standing in one of the pavilions, you will see the other three ones, which can be called "four seasons overlapping with boundless beauty".
About Shanghai City:
Shanghai is the largest city by population in the People's Republic of China (PRC)and the largest city proper by population in the world.It is one of the four province-level municipalities of the PRC, with a total population of over 23 million as of 2010. It is a global city, with influence in commerce, culture, finance, media, fashion, technology, and transport. It is a major financial center and the busiest container port in the world.
Located in the Yangtze River Delta in East China, Shanghai sits at the mouth of the Yangtze River in the middle portion of the Chinese coast. The municipality borders the provinces of Jiangsu and Zhejiang to the north, south and west, and is bounded to the east by the East China Sea.
For centuries a major administrative, shipping, and trading town, Shanghai grew in importance in the 19th century due to European recognition of its favorable port location and economic potential. The city was one of several opened to foreign trade following the British victory over China in the First Opium War and the subsequent 1842 Treaty of Nanking which allowed the establishment of the Shanghai International Settlement. The city then flourished as a center of commerce between east and west, and became the undisputed financial hub of the Asia Pacific in the 1930s.However, with the Communist Party takeover of the mainland in 1949, trade was reoriented to focus on socialist countries, and the city's global influence declined. In the 1990s, the economic reforms introduced by Deng Xiaoping resulted in an intense re-development of the city, aiding the return of finance and foreign investment to the city.
Shanghai is a popular tourist destination renowned for its historical landmarks such as The Bund, City God Temple and Yu Garden, as well as the extensive and growing Lujiazui skyline. It has been described as the "showpiece" of the booming economy of mainland China
Attractions:
1:The Bund- Shanghai Puxi Landmarks
World Architecture at the Bund
The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai. The Bund has dozens of historical buildings, lining the Huangpu River, that once housed numerous banks and trading houses from the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Italy, Russia, etc. The Bund houses 52 buildings of various architectural styles such as Romanesque, Gothic,Renaissance, Baroque,
Neo-Classical,Beaux-Arts, and Art Deco. The buildings are harmonious in color and style, thus gaining the name of "Gallery of World Architecture". When night falls and the lights are on, all the buildings are lit with colorful lights, glistening and dazzling to the eye.
2:Lujiazui- Shanghai Pudong Landmarks
The Shanghai World Financial Center is a supertall skyscraper in Shanghai. It is a mixed use skyscraper which consists of offices, hotels, conference rooms, observation decks, and shopping malls on the ground floors. Park Hyatt Shanghai is the hotel component containing 174 rooms and suites.This hotel becomes the highest in the world, surpassing the Grand Hyatt Shanghai on the 53rd to 87th floors of the neighboring Jin Mao Tower.
Opening in August, 2008, Shanghai World Financial Center has temporarily claimed the highest roof in China; the skyscraper's roof height is set at 492 m . There are 3 observation decks in Shanghai World Financial Center. The height of its lowest observation deck is 423 m (1,388 ft), on the 94th floor, the second is 439 m (1,440 ft) high, on the 97th floor, named " Observatory Bridge ", and the highest is 474 m (1,555 ft) high, on the 100th floor.
3: Shanghai Water Towns & Villages
Qibao
There is a 360-m long south-north boulevard in the center of Qibao ancient town. The North Square and the Bridge-head Square are the principal parts.
The southern section of the boulevard is a street of catering service, offering visitors with all kinds of delicacies, such as the traditional Qibao square cake, lamb meat, Haitang cake, etc. The northern section of the boulevard is a cultural, tourist and shopping street, offering special local handicrafts, arts and crafts and commodities from other places. There are also historical humanistic sights in Tangqiao and the Old Boulevard , where visitors may find the transitional traces from the traditional business in Old Boulevard to the modern ones in the south-north boulevard area. Here, the contradiction between the old and the new is easily resolved
4:Shanghai Gardens——Yuyuan Garden
Yuyuan Garden, located in the center of the Old City next to the Chenghuangmiao in the city, is coThe garden was reportedly first established in 1559 as a private garden created by Pan Yunduan, who spent almost 20 years building a garden to please his father Pan En, a high-ranking official in the Ming Dynasty, during his father's old age. Over the years, the gardens fell into disrepair until about 1760 when bought by merchants, then suffered extensive damage in the 19th century. In 1842, during the Opium Wars, the British army occupied the Town God Temple for five days. During the Taiping Rebellion the gardens were occupied by imperial troops, and damaged again by the Japanese in 1942. They were repaired by the Shanghai government from 1956-1961, opened to the public in 1961, and declared a national monument in 1982.
Garden areas are separated by "dragon walls" with undulating gray tiled ridges, each terminating in a dragon's head.nsidered one of the most lavish and finest Chinese gardens in the region.
5: Shanghai Huangpu River Night Cruise
The Huangpu River is the mother river of Shanghai. Nanpu Bridge, Yangpu Bridge and Oriental Pearl TV Tower compose of a huge picture scroll. The Bund is the cultural section of Shanghai that best represents the blending of ancient and modern influences. This renowned waterfront district is the city's most famous landmark. Local people honor the Huangpu River as Mother River, and as you view the lights and spectacle from the deck of your evening cruise, you will understand why.
Between the stately colonial edifices along the Bund, the glittering skyscrapers on the eastern shore of Pudong, and the unceasing river traffic, there is plenty to keep your eyes from ever resting. Besides offering a privileged view of the bridges that span the Huangpu, the cruise boats also offer an excellent view of the famous colonial-era buildings that make up the Bund, buildings such as the Peace Hotel with its unique pyramid roof in blazing green and the Customs House with its large clock tower.
The main ticket office of Huangpu River Cruise is opened daily, and the schedule usually includes a full morning cruise (from 9am to 12:30pm) and a full afternoon cruise (from 2 to 5:30pm). Both these full cruises make a complete circuit of the Huangpu to its mouth. The Huangpu River cruise company also offers a night cruise from 7 to 9pm, splendid when the lights are on the Bund and Pudong, but this voyage does not go downriver to the Yangtze. Cruise schedules vary depending on the season, and on weekends additional cruises are sometimes added.
About Suzhou City:
Suzhou previously transliterated as Su-chou, Suchow, and Soochow, is a major city located in the southeast of Jiangsu Province in Eastern China, located adjacent to Shanghai Municipality. The city is situated on the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and on the shores of Taihu Lake and is a part of the Yangtze River Delta region. Administratively, Suzhou is a prefecture-level city with an urban population of over 4 million in its core districts expanding to over 10 million in the administrative area.
Originally founded in 514 BC, Suzhou has over 2,500 years of rich history, and relics of the past are abundant to this day. The city's canals, stone bridges, pagodas, and meticulously designed gardens have contributed to its status as one of the top tourist attractions in China. Since the Song Dynasty (960-1279), it has also been an important centre for China's silk industry. The classical gardens in Suzhou were added to the list of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1997 and 2000. Suzhou is often dubbed the "Venice of the East" or "Venice of China".
Attraction:
1:The Humble Administrator Garden
The Humble Administrator Garden was first built in the fourth year of the reign of Emperor Zhengde of Ming Dynasty in 1509. It covers an area of 52,000 square meters. Humble Administrator Garden (Zhuozheng yuan) is the best representation of Chinese classical gardens of the Ming Dynasty. Its design is duplicated in many gardens throughout China, and there is even a replica in the New York Metropolitan Museum.
The houses in the residential area are of the typical Suzhou style and now used as exhibition rooms. The middle section is the gem of the whole garden. Of its area one-third is covered by water. Around the lake are trees and buildings.
The main scenic spots include Distance Fragrance Hall, Fragrance Islet, Lotus-viewing Pavilion, See-the-hill Building and Pipa Garden. In this well-preserved private garden, one will enjoy the original and ingenious design as well as the calm mind which deeply hidden in your mind.
It also is a great fun to have a study about the basic factors of Chinese traditional garden including the lakeside rocks, the tower and mansions, winding path and the corridors, etc.
2:Lion Grove Garden
Lion Grove Garden is the only garden having survived from the end of the Yuan Dynasty to the present day. The idea came from Buddhism.
The well-known Yuan artist Zi Zan (Yunlin) painted a scroll of the Lion Grove Garden. Emperors Kangxi and Qianlong visited it several times and made replicas of the garden at the Yuan Ming Garden and the Imperial Mountain Resort respectively.
Compactly yet harmoniously spaced, The Lion Grove Garden, also called the Kingdom of Rockeries, is noted for its labyrinthine man-made limestone mountains with winding pathways and caverns as well as pavilions, terraces and towers. A long roofed walkway going round the garden leads to places of quietude. In 2000 it was inscribed on the World Heritage List by UNESCO. In 2003 it was listed as the National Tourist Attraction of Grade AAAA.
The man-made mountains of Lion Grove Garden are not very high but awe-inspiring, possessing numerous winding caverns. Large areas of water are not deep but immense, curving round the mountains. The waterfalls are concealed by trees and flowers. Rare species of old trees are impressive. The pavilions, halls and towers are celebrated for their exquisite workmanship. No wonder it is regarded as one of the four most famous gardens of Suzhou.
3:Zhouzhuang
Zhouzhuang lies at the middle between Shanghai and Suzhou, is an ancient town of Kunshan City, Jiangsu Province, where abounds with rivers and lakes. So it is thought by many to be the best waterside town in China. This ancient town has a history of more than 900 years old with many houses built in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. There are about 100 houses with courtyards, and 60 of them have arch gateways made by carved bricks.
With lakes on four sides, the beauty of Zhouzhuang is specially to be found along the waterside lanes and around a number of the stone bridges. A different vista at every turn can be found here. All those make a visit most enjoyable. Also, one can enjoy the fairyland atmosphere of the evenings here when the myriad stars twinkle as though in communication with the glittering lights.
In 2004, Zhouzhuang together with Tongli and Luzhi were listed in the tentative list for UNESCO World Heritage Sites. With the rapid modernization of China, large number of historical towns disappeared under the bulldozers, with only a handful of well preserved historical townships remaining today.
About Yunnan:
Yunnan  is aprovince of the People's Republic of China, located in the far southwest of the country spanning approximately 394,000 square kilometers (152,000 sq mi) and with a population of 45.7 million (2009). The capital of the province is Kunming. The province borders Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.
Yunnan is situated in a mountainous area, with high elevations in the northwest and low elevations in the southeast. Most of the population lives in the eastern part of the province. In the west, the relative height from mountain peaks to river valleys can be as much as 3,000 metres (9,800 ft). Yunnan is rich in natural resources and has the largest diversity of plant life in China. Of the approximately 30,000 species of higher plants in China, Yunnan has perhaps 17,000 or more.Yunnan's reserves of aluminium, lead, zinc and tin are the largest in China, and there are also major reserves of copper and nickel.
Yunnan became part of the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD) during 2nd century BC. It became the seat of a Tibeto-Burman speaking kingdom known as the Kingdom of Nanzhao in the 8th century AD. Nanzhao was multi-ethnic, but the elite most likely spoke a northern dialect of Yi, which became established as the prestige dialect (seeNuosu language). The Mongols conquered the region in the 13th century, with local control exercised by warlords until the 1930s. As with other parts of China's southwest, Japanese occupation in the north during World War IIforced a migration of majority Han people into the region. Ethnic minorities in Yunnan account for about 34 percent of its total population. Major ethnic groups include Yi, Bai, Hani, Zhuang, Dai and Miao.


Attractions:
1: The Stone Forest
Stone Forest is about 87km from Kunming City and requires 1.5 hours driving. It covers an area of 400 square kilometers and included both large and small forest as well as many other scenic spots. It has been know since the Ming Dynasty as the First Wonder of the World.
The magnificent, strange and steep landscape of the Stone Forest creates countless labyrinthine vistas, all of which feature stones in various formations. Animals, plants, and even human figures can be found here. Some are elegant, some are rugged, and each is lifelike with its own distinguishing characteristics. Geologists say that the Stone Forest is a typical example of karsts topography. Approximately 270 million years ago - during the carboniferous period of the Paleozoic era - the region was a vast expanse of sea. Over years of movements, the lithosphere gradually caused a retreat of the waters and the rise of the limestone landscapes. Due to constant erosions by the elements, thee area finally developed into the present-day Stone Forest.

2:Dali Ancient Town
Dali Ancient Town is about 13km away from Xiaguan in Dali City and is one of Dali's Three Ancients-ancient city, ancient pagoda and ancient steles. History of Dali can be dates back to 1382 during the Ming Dynasty and it has been listed among the top historic cities of China.
Unlike any other Chinese town, the traditional Bai ethnic folk houses give the town distinctive feel. The town's layout was uniform, with five main streets from south to north and eight main streets from east to west, while marketplaces were neatly arranged within the town, which has remained unchanged to this date. Besides the Bai houses, the houses with gray-green roof tiles, peculiar workshops, temples, schools and churches with antique flavor are scattered. Traditional marble artworks, like pencil vases, striped screen, and a variety of woven handicrafts of fine straw are laid chockablock on both sides of the street to be appreciated and purchased. Its grand city wall, traditional Bai houses and marvelous scenery have been attracted many visitors.
Dali is also famous for the many types of marble it produces, which are used primarily in construction and for decorative objects. In fact, Dali is so famous for the stone that the name of marble in Chinese is literally Dali Stone.
Dali's newly finished administrative district that houses the newly opened Dali International Convention Center is in Longshan District. The Dali government's urban planning keeps its old and new districts separate, so those coming here for the first time often feel they have entered a time tunnel.

3:Erhai Lake
Since the lake has a shape of an ear, it gets the name Erhai (Ear Lake). It stretches 42km from north to south and 3.9km from east to west. The lake covers an area of more than 250 square kilometers and is 21.5 meters at the deepest. It is ranked the second in Yunnan Province and the seventh freshwater lake in China by area and water storage.
Erhai Lake was formed by the subsidence of geological fault. It is reputed as the pearl on plateau for its beautiful scenery. The famous sights of the Erhai Lake include Three Islets, namely Jinsuo, Chiwen, and Yuji, Four Lands, namely Malian, Mandarin Duck, Qingsha, and Daguanpeng, and Nine Curves, namely Lotus, Huge Crane, Panji, Phoenix Wing, Dill, Ox Horn, Bozuo, Gaopin, Soaring Crane. Besides these spots, the lake also has some other attractions such as Shadows of Three Towers, Nine-Arched Stone Bridge, and Jade Dragon Playing in the Water, etc. Many scenic spots surround the lake, including the Erhai Park, the Xizhou Mid-sea Pavilion, the Haishe and the Double-Corridor. Moreover, one can also find a number of historic sites in the Erhai Lake Scenic Area, including the Heavenly Mirror Pavilion, the Water Moon Pavilion, the Zhuhai Pavilion, the Kwan-yin Pavilion and the Small Putuo Hill.
Looked from Mt. Cangshan, the lake like a crescent lying between Mt. Cangshan and Dali City. In a sunny day, the crystal water of Erhai Lake and the snow mantled Mt. Cangshan radiate with each other forming a beautiful picture.

4:Jade Dragon Snow Mountain
The 13 peaks of 18,360-foot Jade Dragon (Yu Long) Snow Mountain, a treasure of wild plants and rare animals, are like a silver dragon lying in the clouds.Awesome and unconquered, they dominate the Lijiang Plain. Some have described Jade Dragon Snow Mountain as a radiant cornet crowning Lijiang's head.  Scientists say she arose from an ancient geosyncline 230 million years ago in an age when dinosaurs began to increase and formed her present shape sometime during the last 600,000 years, even as late as 12,000 years ago. Storms frequently rage around the glaciers and silver-gray rocks and eternal snowfields of her five primary peaks.
She is a sanctuary to animals that know not the scent of man and a flower kingdom that was old when the Gardens of Babylon were new.
In the alpine meadows of her lower slopes, lonely herders sing to their goats and set the wild echoes flying with the music of their reed pipes.
She is a botanist's paradise, a “kingdom of medicinal materials." Of the 1 3,000 kinds of plants in Yunnan, more than half of them can be found on Jade Dragon Snow Mountain as well as 400 types of trees in 20 primevial forest communities.
On her slopes grow such trees as fir, dragon spruce, Chinese hemlock, Chinese larch, and fragrant camphor.
She has more than 50 species of azalea, 60 kinds of primroses, eight species of poppies and 20 lilies, four species of peonies, five camellia, 50 species of rough gentian, and six kinds of flowering crabapple. From April to June the azaleas turn the mountain into a riot of brilliant color. And in autumn blue rough gentian flowers cover her marshlands. She is decorated with blooming flowers 10 months of the year.
She is home to a rare tea - Wild Snow Tea -which the Naxi insist is good for high blood pressure. It ripens in the winter time and Naxi men, women and children flock to the mountain in November, December and January to pick it. When dried, it resembles tiny strips of dried apples whitened by the sun.
The mountain is also a sanctuary for animals, many of them rare animals that live at different temperature levels. She is home to 30 kinds of animals protected by the state, such as the wild ass, the Yunnan snub-nosed monkey, the lesser panda, the forest musk deer, the clouded leopard, the blood pheasant, the silver pheasant, and the spotted, yellowish civet cat.
She is one of Yunnan's protected nature reserves, and a certain fee is charged to those for making scientific investigations, collecting animal and plant specimens, taking photos and shooting films.
About Beijing City:
Beijing , sometimes romanized as Peking is the capital of the People's Republic of China and one of the most populous cities in the world. The population as of 2012 was 20,693,000.The metropolis, located in northern China, is governed as a direct-controlled municipality under the national government, with 14 urban and suburban districts and two rural counties. Beijing Municipality is surrounded by Hebei Province with the exception of neighboring Tianjin Municipality to the southeast.
Beijing is the second largest Chinese city by urban population after Shanghai and is the nation's political, cultural, and educational center. It is home to the headquarters of most of China's largest state-owned companies, and is a major hub for the national highway, expressway, railway, and high-speed rail networks. The Beijing Capital International Airport is the second busiest in the world by passenger traffic.
The city's history dates back three millennia. As the last of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China, Beijing has been the political center of the country for much of the past seven centuries.The city is renowned for its opulent palaces, temples, gardens, tombs, walls and gates, and its art treasures and universities have made it a center of culture and art in China.Few cities in the world have been the political and cultural center of an area as immense for so long.
Attractions:
1:Tiananmen Square
Tian'anmen Square is the large plaza of the centre of Beijing, China, named after the Tiananmen (literally, Gate of Heavenly Peace) which sits to its north, separating it from the Forbidden City. It has great cultural significance as it was the site of several key events in Chinese history.

2:Forbidden City
The Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace from the Ming Dyn, , asty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is located in the middle of Beijing, China, and now houses the Palace Museum. For almost five centuries, it served as the home of the Emperor and his h, , , ousehold, as well as the ceremonial and political centre of Chinese government.
Built from 1406 to 1420, the complex consists of 980 surviving buildings with 8,707 bays of rooms and covers 720,000 m2 (7,800,000 sq ft). The palace complex exemplifies traditional Chinese palatial architecture, and has influenced cultural and architectural developments in East Asia and elsewhere. The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world.
Since 1925, the Forbidden City has been under the charge of the Palace Museum, whose extensive collection of artwork and artifacts were built upon the imperial collections of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Part of the museum's former collection is now located in the National Palace Museum in Taipei. Both museums descend from the same institution, but were split after the Chinese Civil War.
The common English name, "the Forbidden City," is a translation of the Chinese name Zijin Cheng,literally "Purple Forbidden City". Another English name of similar origin is "Forbidden Palace". The name "Zijin Cheng" is a name with significance on many levels. Zi, or "Purple", refers to the North Star, which in ancient China was called the Ziwei Star, and in traditional Chinese astrology was the abode of the Celestial Emperor. The surrounding celestial region, the Ziwei Enclosure, was the realm of the Celestial Emperor and his family. The Forbidden City, as the residence of the terrestrial emperor, was its earthly counterpart. Jin, or "Forbidden", referred to the fact that no-one could enter or leave the palace without the emperor's permission. Cheng means a walled city.
Today, the site is most commonly known in Chinese as Gùgōng, which means the "Former Palace." The museum which is based in these buildings is known as the "Palace Museum"。

3:Great Wall
The Great Wall of China is a series of stone and earthen fortifications in northern China, built, rebuilt, and maintained between the 5th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from Xiongnu attacks during various successive dynasties. Since the 5th century BC, several walls have been built that were referred to as the Great Wall. One of the most famous is the wall built between 220–206 BC by the first Emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang. Little of that wall remains; the majority of the existing wall were built during the Ming Dynasty.
The Great Wall stretches from Shanhaiguan Pass in the east to Lop Nur River in the west, along an arc that roughly delineates the southern edge of Inner Mongolia. The most comprehensive archaeological survey, using advanced technologies, has recently concluded that the entire Great Wall, with all of its branches, stretches for 8,851.8 km (5,500.3 mi). This is made up of 6,259.6 km (3,889.5 mi) of sections of actual wall, 359.7 km (223.5 mi) of trenches and 2,232.5 km (1,387.2 mi) of natural defensive barriers such as hills and rivers.

4:Olympic Stadiums— Bird's Nest
Be, , , ijing National Stadium, colloquially as the Bird's Nest, is a stadium in Beijing, China. The stadium was designed for use throughout the 2008 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.
Located in the Olympic Green, the $423 million stadium is the world's largest steel structure. The design was awarded to a submission from the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron in April 2003, after a bidding process that included 13 final submissions. The design, which originated from the study of Chinese ceramics, implemented steel beams in order to hide supports for the retractable roof; giving the stadium the appearance of a "Bird's nest". Ai Weiwei, the artistic consultant, played a critical role in pushing the design to have unique Chinese characteristics. The retractable roof was later removed from the design after inspiring the stadium's most recognizable aspect. Ground was broken in December 2003 and the stadium officially opened in June 2008.

5:Olympic Stadiums—Water Cube
The Beijing National Aquatics Center, better known as the Water Cube, is an aquatics center that was built alongside Beijing National Stadium, in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Despite its nickname, the building is a cuboid (rectangular box), not a cube. Ground was broken on December 24, 2003, and the Center was completed and handed over for use on January 28, 2008. Swimmers at the Water Cube broke 25 world records during the 2008 Olympics.

6:Summer Palace
The Summer Palace or Yihe yuan is a palace in Beijing, China. The Summer Palace is mainly dominated by Longevity Hill (60 meters high) and the Kunming Lake. It covers an expanse of 2.9 square kilometers, three quarters of which is water. The central Kunming Lake covering 2.2 square kilometers was entirely man made and the excavated soil was used to build Longevity Hill. In the Summer Palace, one finds a variety of palaces, gardens, and other classical-style architectural structures
The Summer Palace started out life as the Garden of Clear Ripples in 1750. Artisans reproduced the garden architecture styles of various palaces in China. Kunming Lake was created by extending an existing body of water to imitate the West Lake in Hangzhou. The palace complex suffered two major attacks--during the Anglo-French allied invasion of 1860 (with the Old Summer Palace also ransacked at the same time), and during the Boxer Rebellion, in an attack by the eight allied powers in 1900. The garden survived and was rebuilt in 1886 and 1902. In 1888, it was given the current name, Yihe Yuan. It served as a summer resort for Empress Dowager Cixi, who diverted 30 million taels of silver, said to be originally designated for the Chinese navy (Beiyang Fleet), into the reconstruction and enlargement of the Summer Palace.
In December 1998, UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage List. It declared the Summer Palace "a masterpiece of Chinese landscape garden design. The natural landscape of hills and open water is combined with artificial features such as pavilions, halls, palaces, temples and bridges to form a harmonious ensemble of outstanding aesthetic value." It is a popular tourist destination but also serves as a recreational park.

7: Temple of Heaven
The Temple of Heaven, literally the Altar of Heaven is a complex of Taoist buildings situated in the southeastern part of central Beijing, in Xuanwu District. The complex was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest. It is regarded as a Taoist temple, although Chinese Heaven worship, especially by the reigning monarch of the day, pre-dates Taoism.

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