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12-Day Tour of China as Low as $599 ($2,199 Value) – Includes Airfare & Hotels

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Head on over to Groupon or Living Social where they are offering a 12-Day Guided Tour of China with Hotels and Airfare from InterTrips for as low as $599 with dates available through April, 2020!

Please note that prices vary based on your departure date and city and you must book your trip through InterTrips by August 23rd, 2019!

This guided tour includes visiting six iconic cities in China, beginning with a tour of The Great Wall of China in Beijing and ending with a day of leisure in Shanghai. It also features many sight-seeing opportunities!

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Check out the trip itinerary…

  • Day 1: Depart for China
  • Day 2: Arrive in Beijing
  • Day 3: Day of leisure in Beijing
  • Day 4: Hike along The Great Wall of China
  • Day 5: In the afternoon, transfer to Xi’an
  • Day 6: Check out one of the largest, oldest and best-preserved Chinese city walls.
  • Day 7: Arrive in Suzhou and visit Shan Tang Street.
  • Day 8: Visit the Lingering Garden and Silk Spinning Factory, then drive to Wuxi.
  • Day 9: Arrive in Hangzhou and take a boat ride on the West Lake.
  • Day 10: Drive to Shanghai, where you’ll peruse the Bund.
  • Day 11: Day of leisure in Shanghai
  • Day 12: Depart for the USA

A passport is required for this trip and there are additional taxes and fees – including a $400 fee if traveling solo, $120 service fee per person for tour guides and drivers, and a $169 China Visa fee per person.


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Comments 23

  1. Sarah

    Does anyone have any experience with this kind of thing? Sounds cool but didn’t know if was a little shady or if there were alotttt of other expenses involved once you’re on the trip.

    • HoneyNYC

      I have these same questions myself. But it does sound like an AMAZING experience.

    • todd

      I did this they the Chamber Of Commerce for 9 days back in 2006. I paid like $1,100.
      Its definately a tourist trap, but then again your tourist so why not, huh? It is fun and memorable but be prepared to be pressured into buying stuff because you go to several Chinese factories. But going to the Forbidden City and Great wall was amazing.

    • Brooke

      I did this trip through Rewards Travel China last fall, and I would say it’s definitely worth it as long as you go into it knowing that there are multiple sales pitches. The “Silk Factory” was not really a factory, but a place where they tried to sell us silk bedding. We also went to a “pearl farm” which was not a pearl farm at all, but a store to sell us pearls. We didn’t spend as long as I would have liked at the Great Wall because of going to the “Pearl Farm”. That was a little annoying and deceptive in my opinion; however, it was still worth it to see all of the other places at a really good price.

  2. Kur

    We did a groupon to China from a company called “affordable Asia.” It was AMAZING!!! I highly recommend it. We went with my mom in law (71years) myself (43) my daughter (13) my son (3)
    There was a lot of walking. And my son was in a stroller. But the people there r super nice and helped. The tour had 2 buses from America and by the end of it we all were good friends!
    Really was a fun memorable trip!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      How neat! Thanks so much for sharing your experience with us, Kur! Glad to hear what a wonderful trip it was!

  3. paeonia

    I went on this trip this past May. You don’t get to choose the flight so be prepare for transfers. Hotels were good. We did all the optional tours. The part I didn’t like was the govt sponsored silk, jade, and pearl factory you go to. You basically sit through their history talk and at the end you can buy if you want. Our highlights are posted on YouTube. Username is lordleng559

    • Faith

      We just watched all your videos. Thank you!
      Can children go on this particular tour?? it says 18 or older to check in, but as long as adults are going you can take children? I don’t see that written anywhere clearly. Help

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the helpful feedback!

  4. Sam

    My friends did this in April and they really like it. There lot of walking though but they had really good experience. China lot of problems with communication so it’s good if you take tour like this as you have tourist guide with you all the time.

  5. Faith

    Can children go on this particular tour?? it says 18 or older to check in, but as long as adults are going you can take children? I don’t see that written anywhere clearly. Help

  6. Lana

    I did a tour similar to this tour in 2008 for about $900(there are no additional taxes and fees). They took to me to Beijing (Forbidden City), the Great Wall of China, Suzhou, Hangzhou, and Shanghai. They took me to Lingering Garden and Silk Spinning Factory, tea farm, pearl and jade store where they wanted me to buy their products; the tour guide got a commission from the sale. They had wasted 4 days of my tour.

  7. Angela

    I went to Beijing last year but not part of a tour. We had to have Visas in addition to our passport which are time consuming and a few hundred dollars. It is beautiful a must see is the Summer Palace in Beijing. It was the best part of our trip!

  8. Ali

    If you are Chinese (Ethnically), you can also find some deals that are $100. I didn’t believe it but my mom and a lot of family members have gone on them. But you do have to be ok with some shopping stops as others have mentioned. However, even the more expensive tours I went on in the past had those stops. They claim it is for Chinese Americans or Chinese Canadians to re-experience China for that lower price. My mom was on a tour where a husband was not Chinese and he had to pay $200 more than his wife.

  9. Jackie

    Went 2 years ago. Yes it’s cheap, but they have many stops at factories and try to pressure you to buy things. Thats how they make money off of it. Basically over half the day is wasted with going to the factories and them trying to sell you things. As for meals, it is family style Chinese food shared among a table of 8-10. I still felt hungry after the meals and would occasionally have to buy additional food from outside fast food. I am Chinese and I eat Chinese food all the time, and I was pretty disappointed with the food. Hotels were actually pretty good. Overall, it is cheap, good if you’re on a budget, if you do not mind spending several hours in a day at the government sponsored shopping stops and don’t care too much about food.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks a bunch for your honest comment, Jackie! Good to know!

    • Ana

      We go to Europe because we have children there, but I think china would be interesting. Thanks for your comment, it is definitely something we might considerer down the road.

  10. Ivan

    Not really interested in China, but would love to see more travel deals on Hip.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks so much for the request! I’ll be sure to pass this along to the team!

    • Rebeca

      Totally agree!

  11. KR

    The Xi’an part of the tour does not mention the terra cotta warriors – a must-see, and remember – you can bargain for a better price in markets and tourist areas (not restaurants or regular or department stores, though)

  12. Alt ber

    I need information please in spanish

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      SO sorry for any confusion. It appears this sale has ended.

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