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Victoria Peak: The peak is the highest point in Hong Kong, from where you can overlook the beautiful Victoria Harbor and the Kowloon Peninsula.
Repulse Bay: The most famous beach in Hong Kong, which has clean seawater and golden sand.
Aberdeen: where local fishermen still live traditional life. If you are interested, you can board one of the fishing-boats for a short tour in the harbor. The cost is CNY 40 – 50 per person and you need to pay on the site.
Stanley Market: one of the most bustling shopping areas in Hong Kong. You will find all kinds of interesting souvenirs, clothes, hats, silk clothes, and antiques. Most of the shopkeepers speak fluent English, so you can also enjoy the fun of bargaining.
Fly to Xianmen
Airport to hotel transfer.
The rest time is free at all.
Earth towers: or tu lou as they are called in Chinese, are the traditional residences of the Hakka in Fujian Province. Since the Song Dynasty (960 – 1279), the Hakkas have built circular castles with earth and rocks to protect themselves from wild animals and robbers. From a bird’s eye view, the castles resemble UFOs.
Earth Tower Cultural Village : where you will see various kinds of earth towers, such as triangular, square, hexagonal, and octagonal.
Nanxi Earth Towers.
Gulangyu Island: located at the southwest of Xiamen, facing the city across the Lujiang River, and is connected by regular ferries with the city. The island boasts a pleasant environment and beautiful buildings. Gulangyu is also known as the island of piano, as almost every family on the island owns a piano and there is a piano museum there as well. It is also the hometown of many famous musicians.
Hulishan Battery: In this Qing-Dynasty (1644 – 1911) battery, you will see the world’s largest cannon made in Germany and the smallest one made in Portugal.
Jimei Study Village: was founded under the auspices of an overseas Chinese, Mr. Tan Kah Kee in 1913. Now it has become a famous university including the library, gymnasium, concert hall, swimming pool and even sailing club.
minority village: The village is home to Miao people and the women will sing and dance for you in their special costumes. They will also show you a treasure, their very long hair. Women of the village wear long hair from when they are little girls and the average length is 1.7 meters (about 5.6 feet). To the Miao people, the long black hair is a mark of beauty.
rice terraces: was limited land for agriculture, so the local farmers started to create rice fields on the mountain sides from the Yuan Dynasty (1271 – 1368). After 680 years, they have brought all the mountain slopes under cultivation and also have created a wonder of mankind.
Li River cruise to Yangshuo: enjoy the natural beauty along the country road.
Reed Flute Cave: a karst cave boasting various shapes of stalactites and stalagmites.
Elephant Trunk Hill: As a landmark attraction in Guilin, the elephant trunk hill is a huge rock resembling an elephant drinking water with its long trunk on the riverside.
Fubo Hill: have a bird’s eye view of Guilin City
Urban Planning Exhibition Hall: where you can learn the history, current development, and future planning of this modern city.
Yuyuan Garden: the most beautiful ancient garden in Shanghai, Yuyuan Garden, constructed in the Ming Dynasty (1368 – 1644), is famous for its beautiful ponds, stone bridges and artificial hills, traditional Chinese buildings with painted pillars and carved beams, and Ming-Dynasty furniture.
Bund: Standing on the Bund, you will see how the old buildings on the west bank are in striking contrast to the modern skyscrapers on the east bank of the Huangpu River.
Hotel-airport transfer is on your own arrangement. A pleasant onward trip!
Beijing, Pingyao and Datong
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