Mysteries of Myanmar and Beautiful China 21 Days

$4,999.00 $3,999.00

Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Heho, Beijing, Wuxi, Suzhou, Hangzhou, Shanghai

Tour Highlights:

In Myanmar

  • Explore the highlights of the city once known as Rangoon, Myanmar's former capital, Yangon
  • Fly to the ancient royal city Bagan, and visit grand temples and experience the daily life of the locals
  • Visit the spiritual home of Myanmar's guardian spirits, Mount Popa, and enjoy the view
  • Proceed to fabled Mandalay, and see the architecture, arts, and crafts produced in this proud city
  • Travel to the former Royal Capital, Ava, and experience this fascinating city and its surrounds
  • Fly to scenic Inle Lake, known for its leg-rowing fishermen, and their floating villages and gardens

In China

  • Marvel at the 2200 year old Terracotta Army of China's first emperor
  • Walk on the incredible Great Wall of China near Beijing
  • Walk upon Tiananmen Square, where key events in China's modern history have unfolded
  • Sit by tranquil West Lake in Hangzhou, much admired by Marco Polo
  • Stroll in one of the finest Chinese classical gardens in Suzhou
  • Immerse yourself in the bustling metropolis Shanghai

From 1962 until 2011 Myanmar was under harsh military rule, and remained all but closed to outsiders until 1992, when the government started to promote inbound tourism. Increasing liberalisation during the present decade has seen an explosion of tourism to this fascinating and relatively untouched country. Known for a myriad of awe-inspiring temples, monasteries, and other religious sites, tourists are also attracted to the colonial architecture of the cities, the unique cuisine, and the everyday lifestyle of the people. Now you can see the many faces of this mysterious country in person!

Then, experience the best of China’s ancient history, rich culture, delicate cuisine, thriving industries and modern architecture. Marvel at the thousands of Terracotta Warriors in the ancient capital Xi’an, walk along the Great Wall and explore the Forbidden City in the country’s capital. Wander the beautiful gardens and canals of Suzhou, Hangzhou and Wuxi, before immersing yourself in the bustling metropolis of Shanghai.

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Departure Dates (min. 10 passengers)

2019 Price Per Person Single Supplement
02 Mar 25 May 14 Sep* From $4,999
16 Mar 22 Jun* 12 Oct
06 Apr* 20 Jul* 26 Oct
13 Apr* 17 Aug 09 Nov
11 May 31 Aug
* = Peak season surcharge: $300

Package Inclusions:

  • Return economy class airfares departing Sydney or Melbourne with Air China (depending on availability, or with China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, China Airlines)
  • Internal/short haul airfares
  • 19 nights accommodation. All Myanmar hotels are 4 Star, and Chinese hotels are 3-4 Star local rating
  • Round trip airport & hotel transfers
  • Daily meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • Coach transportation and all transfers
  • English speaking tour guide(s)
  • Government taxes and service charges

Package Exclusions:

  • Prepaid tipping: $200
  • Myanmar visa
  • China visa
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenses & anything optional

NOTE: You can apply for a tourist visa at any Myanmar Embassy or Consulate. Tourist visas are issued for a duration of 28 days. Any tourist whether travelling on a package tour or individually will receive the same type of tourist visa. A 6-month-valid passport from arrival date in Myanmar is necessary. For information about Myanmar e-visas, please click here

Tour Extensions Optional Extension

Yangtze River Cruise 4/5 Days from $950

Yichang, Xiling Gorge, Three Gorges Dam Site, Shennong Stream, Wu Gorge, Qutang Gorge, Shibaozhai Pagoda, Chongqing

A Yangtze River cruise is the thrill of a lifetime. You will enjoy the stunning picturesque scenery and amazing natural beauty of the famed Three Gorges: Qutang , Wu, and Xiling, while exploring historical relics and ancient cultural sites along the mighty river.

For details, tap the image above or click here.

Optional Activities Optional Extension

  • Bagan – Puppet Show with Dinner at Nanda Restaurant – $50pp
  • Bagan – Sunset Cruise in Bagan – $70pp
  • Yangon – Golden Rock Day Trip from Yangon (shared vehicle) – $200pp
  • Yangon – Mingalar Sky Airport Lounge – $50pp
  • Beijing – Forbidden City Tour – $80pp
  • Beijing – Peking Duck Dinner – $40pp
  • Beijing – The Golden Mask Dynasty – $75pp
  • Beijing – Hutong Life & Panda House Tour w/Lunch – $80pp
  • Beijing – Chinese Kung Fu Show – $75pp
  • Wuxi – Grand Canal Cruise – $35pp
  • Wuxi – Jiangnan Dumpling Lunch – $25pp
  • Suzhou – Western Buffet Dinner – $40pp
  • Hangzhou – Impression West Lake or similar – $80pp
  • Shanghai – ERA: The Intersection of Time, or SPIRAL – $75pp
  • Shanghai – Jin Mao Tower, Xintiandi & Maglev Train Tour – $70pp
  • Shanghai – Huangpu River Cruise – $40pp
  • Shanghai – Shanghai Disneyland Package (cannot be combined with ERA or Jin Mao Tour) – $199pp

NOTE: All programs require a minimum of two participants to proceed.

Hotel AccommodationOptional Extension

Location Accommodation
Yangon Jasmine Palace Hotel or similar
Bagan Bagan Heritage Hotel or similar
Mandalay Eastern Palace Hotel or similar
Inle Amata Garden Resort or similar
Beijing Wyndham Beijing North or similar
Suzhou Pan Pacific Hotel or similar
Wuxi Days Hotel Baile Wuxi or similar
Hangzhou Merchant Marco Garden Hotel or similar
Shanghai Radisson Exhibition Centre Shanghai or similar
Fly to Yangon via a connecting city. Note: Some flights may depart one day later.
Arrive in Yangon, you will be welcomed by your guide at the airport and transferred to the hotel. Stay overnight in Yangon.
After breakfast, you will transfer to Kandawgyi Lake, the Royal Lake, for a number of scenic photo opportunities, before visit to ancient Sule Pagoda, which was reputedly built around 2600 years ago, during the life of the Buddha. Then, we visit Botahtaung Pagoda, located right next to Yangon River, before exploring downtown Yangon’s bustling streets, visiting some of the British colonial-era architectural gems that remain, and Pansodan Street, which is famous for its architecture and its street-side bookstalls. Afterwards, explore Bogyoke Market, (formerly Scott Market) which offers a wide range of food, handicrafts, and gem stores before the last destination of the day – Shwedagon Pagoda, not only known as Myanmar’s most precious sight, but also the most sacred pagoda in the whole country.
Myanmar Yangon Shwedagon
You are transferred to airport to catch the flight to Bagan. Upon arrival, visit Shwezigon Pagoda, which was built by King Anawratha in early 11th century, and enshrines a number of sacred Buddhist relics, including four magnificent gilded Buddha statues. You’ll also see the Ananda Temple, the most famous masterpieces of Mon architecture (the Mon people settled the Yangon region prior to the Burmese/Myanmar people). After Lunch at local restaurant we visit to Tharabar Gate (meaning ‘shielded against arrows’), which is the main gate of the east wall and the only structure left of the old city built by King Pyinbya. Then we will head to Taung Bi Village to see the local way of life. If we have a chance, we can see the cooking process of Moh Hin Gha – Myanmar’s main traditional dish. You can also experience what local people prepare for the Festival of Lights when you are at the village. After that, we visit Ta Yote Pyay and Phaya Thone Zu Temples. Before going back to the hotel, we will stop by at Myinkaba Village for its famous traditional lacquer ware handicrafts. In the evening, enjoy a stunning sunset view at Bagan and transfer back to hotel.

Optional Activity: Puppet Show with Dinner at Nanda Restaurant. At the evening we will pick you up and transfer to Nanda Restaurant. The restaurant serves traditional food and presents a best puppet show with live music. Transfer back to your hotel.

Myanmar Bagan
After breakfast, travel to Mount Popa, an extinct volcano. Rising out of the shimmering heat of the tropical landscape, the solitary volcanic crag of Mount Popa is home to Myanmar’s most powerful ‘Nats’ – spirits of Myanmar’s pre-Buddhist religion. Visit the Nat Museum with its life-sized statues of the 37 Nat gods. Walk up the steps to the stupas and shrines atop the hill above the museum, seeing many pilgrims along the way. By the roadside you can see the locals climbing up the palm tree and making jaggery (palm wine). And then continue to visit more temples in Bagan – the oldest original mural paintings in Bagan can be found at Gubyaukgyi Temple and Thabyinyu, the highest temple in Bagan. Visit Mon-style Manuha Temple and Nanpaya Temple, a unique sandstone monument, afterwards. Enjoy a panoramic sunset view at Bupaya Pagoda right by the Ayeyarwady River (formerly the Irrawaddy).

Optional Activity: Sunset Cruise in Bagan. Enjoy fabulous views as you cruise down the Irrawaddy River to Shwezigone Pagoda. Pass by small villages on the river banks, fishermen, local boats, and of course many riverside temples. The views of Bagan are spectacular and offer a different perspective from the usual sightseeing. An on-board cocktail and snacks are served, so relax and enjoy the scenery.

Mount Popa
Pick up at your hotel in Bagan and drive to Mandalay. Upon arrival in, we will visit U Bein Bridge in Amarapura, the longest teak wood bridge in the world. After lunch at local restaurant, you will experience the sights and sounds of Mandalay including some of the most revered religious monuments in Myanmar, the Golden Palace Monastery, a superb example of a traditional wood work and Kuthodaw Pagoda. Here you’ll see the world’s largest book (made of 729 marble slabs), on which the entire Theravada Buddhist Pali Canon is inscribed, as well as Mahamuni Pagoda which is one of the attraction and Buddhist pilgrimage site in Mandalay. Mandalay is a major arts and crafts center. They will visit a Kalaga tapestry craftsmen’s shop before proceeding to Mandalay Hill for sunset. Return to the hotel and stay overnight in Mandalay.
Myanmar U Bein Teak Bridge
Today we will drive to and take the boat to the former Royal Capital of Innwa (formerly Ava). Join an adventurous ride on a horse cart and visit the Nanmyint Watch Tower and Maha Aung Mye Bonzan Monastery. Further, you will see lots of unique and artful wood carvings when visiting the Bagaya Monastery. Next, visit the Mingun Bell, still the world’s largest intact bell weighing about 90 tons. Continue to see Mingun Pagoda – still the largest pile of bricks in the world, as its construction was not finished after King Bodawpaya died in 1819. Afterwards continue to Sagaing Hill, where you can explore the most famous shrines in the area, Soon U Ponya Shin and U Min Thone Sae Pagoda. Enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at Sagaing Hill, offering you the most beautiful sunset by the Ayeyarwady River. After your excursion, you will be dropped off at your hotel in Mandalay.
Buddhist novices
Transfer to airport for your flight to Inle. This day you will enjoy a comfortable trip by boat on Inle Lake, known for its leg rowers, floating villages and gardens. You will gain insight into the everyday life of the Intha people, who mostly live in wooden houses built on tall stilts, and learn about their methods of fishing and gardening. Afterwards, you will visit Hpaung Daw U Pagoda and the silk weaving village Inpawkhon. Here artisans produce one of the most expensive and rarest textiles in the world: silk made from lotus flowers. Depending on the water level, you will pass by the western shore of Inle Lake afterwards and visit the Indein Pagoda complex, where hundreds of impressive stupas are slowly being reclaimed by nature. Stay overnight in Inle.
Inle Lake Shan State Myanmar
Depart from your hotel by car to Taunggyi and then on to Kakku. Visit the Kakku Pagoda Complex consisting of over 2000 Buddhist stupas. After the visit, leave Kakku for Htan Paya Village and cave where numerous Shan Buddha images of various sizes are kept on the wall of the small & shallow cave. The Shan are one of the most significant ethnic minorities within Myanmar, and the Pa’O are another. Visit a typical Pa-O village including its plantations on the way back to Taunggyi. Then transfer to Heho airport to fly back to Yangon. Upon arrival to Yangon, we will transfer to hotel in Yangon. Stay overnight in Yangon.
Kakku Pagoda Complex
Enjoy the morning and afternoon at your own leisure or you may join our optional Golden Rock Day Trip (at your own expense) until you will be transferred to Yangon airport for your late evening flight to Beijing.

Optional Activity: Golden Rock Day Trip from Yangon. Your excursion starts in the morning time. During your scenic drive to Kyaiktiyo, you gain insight into the life of people living in the countryside. After a short tea break in Bago, continue to Kyaiktiyo (Kin Pun base camp) and join an adventurous ride in a public open truck to reach the Golden Rock. At the top of the hill, you have plenty of time to admire the great view of the mountain landscape but especially the legendary Golden Rock, which your guide will provide interesting information about. After sightseeing and arriving at the Kin Pun base camp again, you head back to Yangon International Airport Terminal for your flight to Beijing.

Optional Activity: Mingalar Sky Airport Lounge. Mingalar Sky Lounge is located at Terminal 1 waiting area, 2nd floor after the immigration check point. When you arrive at the lounge, you will be warmly welcomed by a receptionist who will take care of your lounge check-in process. Kindly present your lounge voucher and boarding pass upon check in. You will be directed to the lounge area where you can enjoy and enjoy the facilities.

Golden Rock
Fly to Beijing and transfer to the hotel. Beijing, China’s massive capital, has a history stretching back three millennia. Since the 2008 Olympic Games, it has been known for its modern architecture as well as the grand ancient sites such as the Forbidden City complex, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties.
After breakfast, visit Tiananmen Square, the second-largest public square in the world! Tiananmen Square is named after the Tiananmen (Gate of Heavenly Peace) located to the north of the square, separating it from the Forbidden City. The square contains the Monument to the People’s Heroes, the National Museum of China and the Mausoleum of Chairman Mao Zedong, and holds great cultural significance as it was the site of several important events in Chinese history.

Optional Program: Forbidden City Tour – Continue on to the incredible Forbidden City, a true architectural masterpiece, and the imperial palace from the Ming to the Qing dynasty (1420 to 1912). The complex is home to the National Palace Museum, and consists of 980 buildings covering 72 ha. (over 180 acres). The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987 and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world!

Optional Program: Peking Duck Dinner – Tonight, head out for a Beijing speciality which is one of the most famous Chinese dishes, Peking Duck.

Today’s highlight is an excursion to the majestic Great Wall of China at Juyong Pass. This is one of the three most famous passes along the Wall, together with Jiayuguan and Shanhaiguan. Just 60 km from downtown Beijing, Juyong Pass was the northern route to Beijing in ancient times. Once here, there is plenty of time to learn about the wall’s construction and you’ll have the chance to climb a portion of this 6,000 km marvel.

On the way back to Beijing, we stop at one of the largest jade exhibitions in Asia. Then, after lunch, see skilled artisans at work at a cloisonné factory. Cloisonné is a famous traditional enamel ware, known as the ‘Blue of Jingtai’ in China, with a history of over 500 years. It was so called because blue was the colour typically used for enamelling, and Jingtai was the reign title of the 7th Ming Emperor.

Optional Program: The Golden Mask Dynasty – This phenomenal show incorporates dancing, acrobatics, magnificent costumes and lot of surprises. Seen by an estimated 1.1 million people, it is one of Beijing’s must-see shows.

Enjoy a tour to the Summer Palace, the largest preserved ancient garden in China and a former summer resort for emperors, followed by a visit to a Chinese herbal medicine institute to learn about traditional Chinese medicine, which has existed for thousands of years, as you enjoy a rejuvenating foot massage.

Optional Program: Hutong Life & Panda House Tour w/lunch – A rickshaw will take you around the intricate winding hutongs to admire these old courtyard dwellings, built during the Mongol Yuan Dynasty. Even today, when many have been developed into upscale restaurants, tea houses, and boutiques, many residents are reluctant to move from their beloved hutongs. On this tour, you are invited to visit a local family’s house to experience authentic ‘old Beijing’ life. Next, visit the Panda House in Beijing Zoo to see China’s adorable national treasure – the Giant Panda.

Optional Program: Chinese Kung Fu Show – This show is an energetic mix of traditional Chinese martial arts, dance and high-flying acrobatics set in a modern theatre. Combined with an excellent storyline, exceptional stage design and professional actors this show is not to be missed for kung-fu enthusiasts or those seeking a thrilling performance.

Take a high speed train to Wuxi, an ancient city, richly endowed with natural attractions due to its pleasantly warm and moist climate. Wuxi boasts a reputation of being the ‘land of fish and rice’. Enjoy the scenery as we pass by Lake Tai, the third-largest freshwater lake in China. This evening, we will stroll along the trendy yet traditional Nanchang Street, composed of both ancient and modern architecture, and juxtaposed with the peaceful atmosphere of the waterside town and fashionable life of Wuxi.

Optional Program: Jiangnan Dumpling Lunch – Enjoy a traditional lunch that includes the famous xiao long bao, a Chinese steamed bun filled with minced pork and tasty soup, prepared in a small bamboo steaming basket (xiao long).

This morning, visit one of the largest freshwater pearl exhibitions in the country. After lunch, travel by coach to Suzhou, an elegant city with canals, stone bridges, and meticulously designed gardens. Suzhou has been referred to as ‘Paradise on Earth’ by Chinese poets and writers since ancient times. As a large area of the city is covered by water, including a vast number of ponds and streams, Suzhou is also known as ‘Venice of the East’. It is also known as the ‘Garden City’ due to its many classical gardens, renowned for their charming natural beauty and harmonious construction. Visit the Lingering Garden, which is among the finest in China.

Optional Program: Grand Canal Cruise – Take a cruise along the UNESCO World Heritage listed Grand Canal of over a thousand years to view life along what was known as ‘China’s golden waterway’ in its heyday.

Optional Program: Western Buffet Dinner – Enjoy a sumptuous western style buffet dinner with at your hotel, a relaxing way to wind down the day.

This morning visit a silk spinning mill, and learn how silk is created from mulberry-munching silkworms to produce the finest thread and cloth. After lunch, travel by coach to Hangzhou, described by Marco Polo as ‘the most beautiful and magnificent city in the world’. Upon arrival, take a boat ride on the serene West Lake, the most renowned feature of Hangzhou, and noted for its scenic beauty which blends naturally with many famous historical and cultural sites.

Optional Program: Impression West Lake – This evening, enjoy an open-air performance, a masterpiece created by Zhang Yimou, acclaimed film and theatre director, and architect of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics Games Opening Ceremony.

Experience tea-tasting at the Dragon Well Tea Plantation. Then travel by coach to Shanghai, a vibrant metropolis and the commercial centre of China. Upon arrival, walk along the famous Bund, a mile-long stretch along the Huangpu River. Lined with colonial architecture of European design, it is the best place to capture the Western influences of the old days. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure strolling along the bustling shopping district, Nanjing Road. Afterwards, you may join an optional Huangpu River Cruise (at your own expense).

Optional Program: Huangpu River Cruise – As you cruise along the Huangpu River, you will get a glimpse of the history and spectacular view of cosmopolitan Shanghai. On one side of the river, there is The Bund, a landmark of Shanghai. Lining the boulevard of the waterfront are grandiose solid buildings of Western style dating back to the early 19th century. On the other side is the charming image of modern Shanghai.

This morning, visit the Shanghai Museum to see ancient Chinese art, furniture and jade. The rest of the afternoon is at your own leisure, or you may join our optional programs.

Optional Program A: Jin Mao Tower, Xintiandi & Maglev Train Tour – Visit the Jin Mao Tower Observation Deck (88th floor) for a panoramic view of the Huangpu River and the Bund. Then explore the affluent Xintiandi (New Heaven and Earth) area which holds the historical and cultural legacies of the city. Xintiandi was the site of the first congress of the Communist Party of China, and is now the most expensive place to live in the country. Next, experience the world’s fastest commercially operating train, running between the city and Shanghai airport with a top speed of 431km/h. Note: This program cannot be combined with Shanghai Disneyland Package.

Optional Program: ERA: The Intersection of Time, or SPIRAL – Tonight you can watch a stunning Chinese acrobatic show combining Chinese performing arts and modern technology, comparable to the tradition of the Broadway Musical. Note: This program cannot be combined with Shanghai Disneyland Package.


Optional Program B: Shanghai Disneyland Package – Newly opened in June 2016. Shanghai Disneyland showcases a never-before-seen world of wonder where you can ignite the magical dream within your heart and experience fun, adventure and thrills for guests of all ages! Includes standard Shanghai Disneyland admission and one transfer in each direction. Note: Departure transfer is at a set time. If you prefer to stay behind at the resort, you must make your own way back to the hotel. This package cannot be combined with other optional programs on this day.

After breakfast, transfer to Shanghai airport to board your overnight connecting flight via an intermediate city to Australia. The trip may be over, but the experiences and memories will certainly last a lifetime.
Arrive home this morning.

Optional Post-Tour Extension Package

Majestic Yangtze River Cruise 5 Days 4 Nights

From $950

Relax as you cruise along the majestic Yangtze River and discover the dramatic gorges, mountain villages and breathtaking scenery. A Yangtze River cruise is the thrill of a life time. You will enjoy the stunning picturesque scenery and amazing natural beauty of the famed Three Gorges: Qutang, Wu and Xiling, while exploring the historical relics and ancient cultural sites along the mighty river.

Enjoy shore excursions to explore the fascinating history and tranquil landscapes including the spectacle of Fengdu Ghost City, a peculiar site that contains statues of demons and ghosts that roam the after-world; the fun of drifting through Shennong Stream, which offers clear running waters, picturesque rock formations, and monkeys and goats along its banks; and the wonder of the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest dam.

A Yangtze River cruise is a visual delight, full of pleasant surprises and many treasures waiting to be discovered. The images will stay with you long after you have returned home.

Ship: Luxury 5 Star – President 7, Yangtze 2, Victoria Jenna, or similar

The luxurious President 7 is a newly-constructed ship of modern design and construction technique. It first sailed on the Yangtze River in April of 2013. With a length of 146.8m and width of 20.2m, the ship possesses 215 deluxe cabins, 13 executive cabins and 2 presidential cabins, which all together can accommodate up to 580 passengers. There are about 200 staff on board offering superior and comprehensive service to guests whenever needed. Besides the high-quality service, the ship is also equipped with the most advanced facilities like satellite television, satellite phone and air-conditioning. You will be impressed by the considerate design of providing a large swimming pool, deluxe cinema, golf driving range, children’s park and barrier-free facilities, which make this quite different from traditional cruise ships.


  • 4 nights standard cabin with private balcony (twin share)
  • 3 shore excursions (subject to change and favourable weather conditions)
  • Economy class domestic flights (operated by a local carrier)
  • All transfers
  • Daily meals as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
  • English speaking guide (on board)


  • Tipping prepaid in Australia: $50
  • Optional shore excursions (payable on board)
  • Personal expenditure and anything not stated

Price Guide:

  • Single Supplement: $750
  • Rooms are twin occupancy only, double and triple share are not available on the cruise
  • Cruise ship used is dependent on availability and is subject to change
This morning fly to the port city of Yichang, the starting point of our Yangtze River Cruise for the next four nights. After dinner, we board the cruise and receive an introduction on cruise events and onboard activities.
Arr/Dept Events
19:00-20:00 Board the ship at Yichang Dock
24:00 Departs Yichang
Today, your cruise enters the Xiling Gorge. Named for Mount Xiling, this is the longest of the Three Gorges. In fact, Xiling Gorge comprises four smaller gorges with rather poetic names; Precious Sword, Horse Lung & Ox Liver, Soundless Bell, and Shadow Play.
Arr/Dept Events
08:00 Briefing on the cruise
08:00-09:00 Passing the Xiling Gorge (East Part)
09:00-11:00 Shore excursion: Three Gorges Dam Site
11:00-13:00 Shore excursion: Visit Ba and Tujia ethnic minorities of the Three Gorges. Experience a charming reenactment of traditional life ways in a peaceful hillside village setting (optional)
13:30-15:30 Passing the Three Gorges Dam
16:00 Sail through 5-stage shiplock
18:00 Captain’s Welcome Dinner
20:00 Evening entertainment
06:30 Breakfast
08:00-12:00 Shore excursion: Shennong Stream
13:30-17:00 Sail through Wu Gorge and Qutang Gorge
17:30 Shore excursion: White Emperor City (optional, river conditions permitting)
Arr/Dept Events
07:00 Breakfast
08:30-10:30 Shore excursion: Shibaozhai Pagoda
10:30-12:30 Shore excursion: Fengdu Ghost City (optional)
14:00-16:00 Lectures
18:00 Farewell Dinner
After breakfast, disembark from our cruise in the port city of Chongqing at 9am. Transfer to the airport for a connecting flight via an intermediate city to Australia.
Arrive in Australia.