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By Samantha Coles | February 27 2019
On this 11-night itinerary, you’ll tick off the major sights and experiences China has to offer. Beginning in the bustling city of Beijing, you’ll spend three nights at The Peninsula Beijing, where you’ll have a tai chi class taught by a master instructor at the classical Ming Period Temple of Heaven. Then explore one of the Seven Wonders of the World: Climb or take a cable car to the top of the well-preserved Mutianyu section of the Great Wall to enjoy views of the surrounding mountains.
Fly by private charter to ancient Xi’an to explore the excavation site of the Terracotta Army’s warriors and horses, accompanied by an on-site archaeologist. Head to Shanghai for a guided walking tour of the famous Bund and visit the Shanghai Museum with a curator.
For the last few days, travel to Guilin to observe the rural, traditional life by boarding a bamboo raft for a cruise along the Li River. Finally, you’ll jet to Hong Kong for a farewell dinner and a night at The Peninsula Hong Kong before flying home.
From $42,000 per person. Contact Annie Jensen, travel expert, email@example.com, +1 888 611 4711, abercrombiekent.com