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2 Days Guilin Tour from Shanghai

By , 10/05/2013 1:57 AM
West Street Yangshuo

West Street Yangshuo

Tour Code: BTG-SGT-102
Tour Type: Private Tour
Tour Starting Date: Daily

Day 1 Shanghai to Guilin (L)
Pick up from your hotel in Shanghai; fly to Guilin. Upon arrival, Guilin airport to hotel transfer. Visit the two reprentative attractions in Guilin city-Elephant Trunk Hill and Reed Flute Cave. The former is regarded as symbol of Guilin, lively with its body half in water and half on land. The latter, known as “the Palace of Natural Arts”,  is a fantastic cave decorated by peculiar-shaped stalactites, stalagmites, and rock.

Day 2 Guilin to Yangshuo to Shanghai (B, L)
Takes the Li River cruise along the Li River between Guilin and Yangshuo,highlight of any journey to Guilin, with stunning scenery. Arrive in Yangshuo, a beautiful town with idyllic countryside scenery. Visit the West Street, the oldest street in Yangshuo with a history of more than 1,400 years, attracting approximately 100,000 foreigners for its unique mix of cultures. Traditional folk arts, shops, cafes, restaurants and bars are all along the street.
Back to Guilin airport to fly back Shanghai. Upon arrival, Shanghai airport to your hotel transfer.

Below are suggested hotels for your reference. You could also reserve hotel by yourself.

Hotel Class


Superior Class

Sheraton Guilin Hotel

Deluxe Class

Guilin Park Hotel

Tourist Class

Guilin Osmanthus Hotel

Price Inclusions
*Admission fees for all of the sightseeing spots listed in the itinerary.
*Meals as listed in the itinerary.
*Hotel charges in Guilin.
*China internal flights: Shanghai-Guilin,  Guilin-Shanghai.
*Private English-speaking tour guide and private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing.
*Free visits to handicraft factories.
*Service charge & government taxes.
*Luggage transfers between airports and hotels.
*Free-bottled mineral water.
*China life tourist accident/casualty insurance.

Price Exclusions
*International flights.
*Hotel charges in Shanghai.
*Personal expenses.
*Gratuities, tips to guides or drivers.