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Tour Informations:

Tour Type: A private tour for your family or your friends exclusively
 Duration: 4 hours
 Pick-up point: Your Hotel
 Finishing point: Your Hotel
 Tour Customizable: Absolutely! (Tell us your specific requirements in the inquiry)
 Payment Types: Cash, Wire, Paypal, WesternUnion
 Available: Daily
 (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)




Day 1
Place & Transport: Hangzhou
Today's Activities: Hangzhou Grand Canal Boat Ride, Hangzhou Nightlife
Meal:
No meal

Beijing Hangzhou Grand Canal
History: The Grand Canal in Hangzhou is famous in the entire world on account of being the longest man made canal. It had been built almost 2000 years ago and since then played an important role in the Chinese Primary Economy. Today, it mainly serves as a water diversion passage.

The canal was built in various sections through many years and the conglomeration of these separated sections took place during the Sui Dynasty under the order of emperor Yangdi. Thousands of laborers were appointed for the work and many of them died out of the tremendous hard labor that they had undertaken. The entire project consumed an enormous amount of wealth and resulted in the final demise of the Sui Dynasty.

The utilities of the Grand Canal, Hangzhou:

Emperor Wen of Sui, who launched the project of the Grand Canal, painting by Tang artist Yan Liben (600C673)

- The Grand Canal runs from Hangzhou through the Zhejiang Province and finally ends in the northern part of china. In its way it connects to various streams and rivers. This interconnection of the canal with the many rivers and their tributaries resulted in its being a major source of transportation in the past. The grand canal is supposedly connects the rivers like Yangtze, Yellow, Huaihe, Haihe, and Qiantang Rivers and flowed through Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shandong, Jiangsu and Zhejiang with Hangzhou at its southernmost end. The canal was utilized for transportation of goods and also food items from north to south in the ancient times.

- Connecting the various provinces of China, the Grand Canal facilitated the economical and cultural intercourse between them. Also, it improved the general administration and defense system of China.

Night View of the Hangzhou Grand Canal

- Today, the Grand Canal is also used for boating and this has become one of the favorite tourist activities as it offers a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape. You can explore the river towns of Southern china and get a glimpse of the ancient dwellings, historical relics and the pristine stone bridges. Boating on the Grand Canal is really the best and easiest way to explore Chinas past. Getting acquainted with the food, the local people and their age-old customs would really be a fascinating experience for all!

We'll pick you up from your hotel at around 06:30 p.m. And then we'll go to the Wuling Meng Square dock by car. The whole trip on the canal is one and half hour. After the cruise our guide can show you the night view along the Westlake. We'll take you back to hotel around 10 p.m.


Price: From USD 35 P.P

 
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Price Includes:
1. Transportation: Private car with chauffeur for all the transfers
2. Tour guide: Conducted by a professional english-speaking guide.
3. Entrance Fee to all the tourist attractions listed above.

Price Excludes:

1. Meals and beverage
2. Personal expenses: phone bills, laundry, optional tours, postage, excess baggage charge, entertainment fees out of the itinerary.
3. Tips for guides and drivers.

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