Day 1: Beijing/Datong
Meet at your city center hotel in Beijing and transfer to the railway station for the soft seat train to Datong in Shanxi Province. Train no.: K615 (15:40 - 21:45). Meet at Datong railway station and transfer to your hotel in Datong.
Accommodation: 4* Datong Hotel or same class
Day 2: Datong
Today our first stop is Yungang Grottoes stretching for about 1 km from west to east. Move on to Huayan Temple on the western side of Datong city, the largest and most well preserved temple of the Liao and Jin dynasties in China. After lunch, continue to the Shanhua Monastery of the Tang Dynasty, located in central Datong within the old city walls. Then have a short stay at the Nine Dragon Screen, one of the three best-known Nine Dragons Screens in China.
Day 3: Datong - Hanging Temple - Yingxian Wooden Pagoda
In the morning drive to Hanging Temple where Buddhism, Taoism and Confucianism are worshipped together. After lunch, we drive to visit the Yingxian Wooden Pagoda in Yingxian County, the oldest and largest wooden Buddhist pagoda existing in the world. After the whole day tour, transfer to Wutaishan. (B+L+D)
Accommodation: 4* Huahui hotel or same class
Day 4: Wutaishan Tour
Today full day tour to Mt. Wutai and its temples. We will visit Pusa Ding, Xiantong Temple and Ten Thousand Buddha Pavillion.
Day 5: Wutaishan/Datong
This morning is free for you to explore the other temple on Wutaishan. Drive back to Datong.
( B/L )
Day 6: Datong/Beijing
Transfer to the railway station for the train back to Beijing (soft seat). Train No. K616 (08:33-14:33). Meet at Beijing west railway station and transfer back to your hotel.
(Remarks: B=Breakfast; L=Lunch; D=Dinner)
PRICE (per person):
Tailor Made Departures
| No. of Pax
|| Single Supplement
| 2-5 travelers
||¥=RMB or CNY (Chinese Yuan, Renminbi)
$=USD, US Dollars
£=GBP, Great Britain Pound
● Roundtrip train fares between Shanghai and Huangshan.
● Private transfers.
● English speaking guide.
● Meals as listed in the itinerary.
● Hotel on Huangshan Mountain.
● First admission fees of sightseeings.
● Personal expenses.
● Tips to guides and drivers.
● Expenses in hotels such as laundry, tips, telephone and room service, etc.
● Travel insurance.
● Other personal expenses.