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There’s no better way to save than by bundling your flights and hotels to create your own China Holiday Package. Expedia has 21948 hotel options starting at AU$75 a night to choose from. With the cash you save by combining your bookings, you’ll be able to enlist the expertise of local guides and add some exciting tours to your package. Travelling with kids? We’ll help you lock in tickets to Shanghai Disneyland and Happy Valley Amusement Park.
Day 1-3: Shanghai is the perfect place to begin your trip to China. Shop up a storm on Nanjing Road, then sample some exotic street food at People’s Square. Next, head to the Bund, Jade Buddha Temple and Yuyuan Garden and Bazaar. Cruise the winding canals of the “Venice of the East” at the charming Zhouzhuang Water Village.
Day 4-5: Fly north to the nation’s capital, Beijing. Spend a day checking out Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven and the picturesque Summer Palace. In the evening, pick up souvenirs on Wangfujing Dajie (the Golden Street) or relax and unwind at one of Sanlitun’s glitzy nightspots. Start the next day with a hearty breakfast — the Great Wall of China awaits!
Day 6-7: Ride the train to Xi’an. Visit the iconic Terracotta Warriors then explore the expansive fortifications of the City Wall and the fascinating Muslim Quarter.
The most important date on the Chinese social calendar is Chinese New Year. Celebrations and festivities are held between January and February each year.
Discover more of the nation’s thrilling capital with one of our Beijing Holiday Packages.