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China Hong-Kong

Day 1 : Mumbai/Delhi - Hong Kong - Beijing

Welcometo China Hong Kong Tour by One worldTours. China is rich in tourist attractions. The nature has endowed it withspectacular views. The 5,000 years long history has left it with many places ofinterest. The 56 ethnic groups make the country's folk customs so colorful. Dueto all of these, plus unique music, drama and world-known delicacy, Chinaattracts large crowds of tourists from home and abroad every year. China'stourist resources can be primarily divided into three parts: natural  landscape, manmadeattractions and folk customs.  Thevast areas of the land and long coastline have blessed the country withmagnificent and colorful landscapes.
We take the flight in the early morning. Reach HongKong and change flight for Beijing. Arrive Beijing by 2000 hrs. and transfer tohotel. Overnight is in Beijing. (Dinner)

Day 2 : Beijing City Tour- Tiananmen Square/ Forbidden City/ Summer Palace

After a luxurious breakfast we startour day with the tour of the Tianmen Square. Tiananmen Square is the heartland of Beijing, acknowledged as thelargest city-central square in the world. It is 500-meter wide from east towest and 880-meter long from south to north with a area of 44 hectares. Thewhole ground is paved with light granite slate disposed through specialtechnology treatment. A vast desert of paving stones, the square can hold overone million people.

Visit this great Square and then proceedtowards the Forbidden City. TheForbidden City is the best-preserved imperial palace in China, the largestancient palatial structure in the world, and the essence and culmination oftraditional Chinese architectural accomplishment. Lunch at a Chinese restaurant.Vegetarian meals are also served.

In the afternoon visit the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace liesabout 20 km northwestern outskirts of Beijing, it is up to now the bestpreserved and the largest imperial gardens in China.

T he mainfeatures of the Summer Palace are Kunming Lake and Longevity Hill. Like most imperial palaces in China,the Summere Palace is divided into three parts: Halls for political affairs,living quarters and religious buildings. The most important structures of theSummer Palace is: Painting Walkway,the longest walkway in the Chinese gardens with altogether over 14,000traditional Chinese paintings on the beams and crossbeams.

Return to our hotel by evening.Overnight is in Beijing. (Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)

Day 3 : Beijing - Great Wall of China/ Ming tombs

Get up at 7 am and have a luxuriousAmerican breakfast. Proceed for sightseeing at 8.30 am.

We first visitthe Great Wall of China in the morning. "If you haven't climbed the GreatWall, you haven't seen China." Many of your friends who visited Chinabefore might have told you this. It is, indeed an experience of life. Who wouldleave the country without seeing the only construction that the American astronauts could recognize withtheir naked eyes, on their first flight to the Moon!

In Beijing, the Great Wall is 629 Kmlong. The main sections include: Badaling Great Wall, Simatai Great Wall,Mutianyu Great Wall, Jinshanling Great Wall, Huanghuacheng Great Wall,Juyongguan Great Wall, Jiankou Great Wall and Gubeikou Great Wall. Of all thesefive sections, the Great Wall at Badaling Section is the most famous and bestpreserved. It is a spectacular sight to behold. We are seeing one of theWonders of the World right before us. Start climbing the Great wall. The youngstudents can climb right to the top of the hill but keep in mind that one has tocome back in time for lunch.

Lunch at a local Chinese restaurantwhere vegetarian food is also served.

Afterlunch we go to visit the Ming tombs. Located in the mountains according to Feng Shuiprinciples, this imperial mausoleum is a site not to be missed. Tour theexterior portion of the tombs that include the "Spirit Way," a sevenkilometer road lined with statues of mythical animals and officials to guardthe 13 emperors buried in this necropolis. China was then known as "The Empire of the Great Ming". Inthe evening we return to the hotel.  Overnightis in Beijing. (Breakfast, Lunch,Dinner)

Day 4 : Beijing - Hong Kong by Air

In the morning we visit the Beijing Zoo. [Time permitting].In theafternoon take the flight to Hong Kong. Hong Kong is Special AdministrativeRegions of the People's Republic of China. It is situated on China's southcoast and, enclosed by the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea. It is known for its expansive skyline anddeep natural harbor. Reach Hong Kong in three hours and transfer to ourhotel by bus. Lunch is served on the flight. Rest of the day is at leisure. Dinneris served at 8.30 pm

(Breakfast,Lunch, Dinner)

Day 5 : Hong Kong- Hong Kong Disneyland

Breakfast is at 9 am. Leave for Disneyland at 10 am. Hong Kong Disneyland,It's a wonderful place!! Spend the full day in this fantastic children'sparadise.  It has six Disney worlds with activities for all ages: Fantasyland,Tomorrowland, Adventureland, Mainstreet, Toy Story Land, and Grizzly Gulch.

In the evening witness the spectacular Fireworks show. Return to hotel by evening. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

Day 6 : Hong Kong - City Tour - Mumbai

After breakfast we go for the half daycity tour. Enjoy the sights of Hong Kong, the harbour and the modern city.  Wevisit Victoria Peak; looking down from The Peak you'll be amazed by thespectacular view of the surrounding city skyline, the world-famous VictoriaHarbour and Kowloon, towering skyscrapers and peaceful green hillsides.

We visit PeakTram–Getting there is an unforgettable trip. There's nothing in the world like thePeak Tram. Pulled by steel cables, the tram climbs 373 metres. It's so steepthat the buildings you pass look like they're leaning at a 45° angle! Surelyyou'll love this trip.

We visitAberdeen Fishing Village-Aberdeen Typhoon Shelter is an old traditional fishing village which is hard tofind in any other parts of the World. You may gain a deeper insight of thelifestyle of Hong Kong fishing folks by riding on a sampan.

We visit StanleyMarket-Stanley market is a Shoppers' Paradise where you can find a wide variety ofsouvenirs such as silk, garments, sportswear, Chinese artwork and accessories. Takethe flight to Mumbai in the evening. (Breakfast,Lunch )


Visit TiananmenSquare

Visit the Forbidden City

Visit the Summer Palace

Visit the Great Wall of China

Visit the Ming Tombs


Guided city tourof Hong Kong

Ride the PeakTram to the top level of Victoria Peak

Visit Disneyland


1. International and Domestic Airfare

2. Deluxe Hotel Accommodations.

3. All Transfers & Transportations in an air-conditioned coach in each city

4. Cost involved Sightseeing per Itinerary with entrance fees

5. Cost of English speaking Tour Guides

6. 24/7 One World Tour Manager

7. Daily Breakfast, Lunch & Indian Dinner mentioned in your itinerary

8. Tips of any nature i.e. drivers, guides, tour managers etc.

9. Special Souvenir for all Students.

10. 1 bottle of Mineral water every day.

Exclusions (Not Included inquote):

1. Early check in in the Hotel.

2. Anything not included in the package

3. Any tours, transfers or event tickets not mentioned in package

4. Meals other than what is mentioned in your itinerary

5. Any expenses of personal nature such as portage, laundry, wines, mineral water, food and drink not in the regular menu provided by us, mini bar, telephone calls, pay channels etc.

6. Cost of BTQ, available up to US$ 10,000 for a calendar year which the passenger may wish to carry for their personal expenses.

7. Passport charges

8. Baggage charges for internal flights

9. Cost of deviation, in case if somebody wants to deviate from the group departure dates

10. Cost of extension of validity of the Air ticket

11. Any increase in the rate of USD (presently calculated as 1 USD = INR 62) leading to an increase in tour price coming into effect prior to departure. However, the rate on the final day of payment will apply as per the bank outward remittance rate.

12. Any increase in the Airfare, Airline taxes or any other tax levied by GOI

13. Service tax as applicable (presently 3.09% on the total tour price)

14. Any increase in the air fare / taxes / routing changed by the airlines on your ticket (5% fluctuation)

15. Cost of excursions, city sightseeing, entrance fees and local guides availed of by the passengers, other than that mentioned in "Inclusions"

All payments made within 30 days prior to the tour departure date will have tobe paid in cash/Demand Draft. In case of international tour cost, any increasein the rate of exchange of foreign currency, flight, visa fees surcharges,airport tax, or any other such component will have to be borne by the clientbefore or during the course of the tour.


All services such as Airline/Railway/Hotel accommodation/ground transportationfor group tours are pre-blocked well in advance. We are liable to pay penaltiesto all our suppliers / vendors if these services are released within the belowmentioned time frame. If circumstances make you cancel the tour, thecancellation must be intimated to us in writing. Such cancellation will attractthe cancellation charges. Kindly note that the airfare component in alldomestic and international tours is non - refundable.

All requestsfor cancellations/refunds must besubmitted to our office in writing or bye-mail only and acknowledgement forthe same must be obtained. The cancellationby mail needs to be sent to info@oneworldtours.us


1. No refund will be made for unutilized services.

2. The foreign exchange component will be payable asper the respective day’s prevailing rate of exchange in INR only as per thebank outward remittance rate.

3. All passengers who are not traveling as per groupi.e. wish to return after the tour ends or go in advance; will have tocompulsory pay the deviation charges.

4. Overseas travel insurance charges for the durationof the tour are included in the tour price. However, any passenger above theage of 60 years and those passengers who wish to extend their stay will berequired to pay additional charges.

5. For all Joining Direct/deviating clients, therewould be no airport transfers.

6. Any further increase in the airline taxes due to anincrease in fuel price, change in Government regulations, etc.charged by theairline will have to be borne by the passenger.

7. Any damage caused to the hotel rooms or coachduring your stay shall be payable by the passenger. One World Tours will not beliable for the same.

8. We shall not accept any liability or responsibilityfor any damages, loss, injury, accident, death, delay,breakdown, terroristattacks or irregularity which may occur in carrying out of the tour arrangement(management reserves the right to claim any additional expenses due to delay orchanges in the train, flight, bus, ship, or other services, weather conditions,strikes, war, quarantine and any other cause,whatsoever, and all such losses orexpenses must be borne by the passenger).

9. Airlines, Hotels, Itinerary,sightseeing subject tochange without prior notice.

10. For the convenience of our passengers we willsometimes amend the itinerary. However all services will remain the same.

11. Tours are operated subject to RBI/GOI regulations.Apart of the tour price will be paid in USD out of your BTQ.

12. All Tours are subject to the Terms and Conditionsof One World Tours.

China Tourist Visa Requirements:

1. One visa application form

2. Covering letter on companyletterhead with company stamp, if your are self-employed

3. If the pax is employed/salaried thencovering letter on a plain A4 sheet is also acceptable. However, if possible, covering letter on company letter head will be a greatoption.

4. Mandatory documents for employed/salaried: a) NOC letter orleave letter, b) Visiting card)

5. 2 photographs clicked with whitebackground matt finishing (35 x 45 mm size) with 80% of space being covered bythe face.

6. Confirmed return tickets

7. First time travelers to Chinarequire their bank balance Certificate showing a bank balance of more than ` 1.5 lacs per person. ( For Students Parents bank balanceCertificate

8. Hotel bookings, if any

Important Information:

Weather chart:


1. October/ November: Max 20.0°C, Min 8.0°C

Currency details:

1. ChineseYuan = 8.70 Indian Rupees(Approx)

Note: CNY stands forChinese Yuan.

1. Time difference:

2. China is 2 ½ hrs Ahead than India

3. Useful information:

4. Normal Hotel Check-In Time is 1400 hrs– 1500 hrs and Check-Out Time is between 1000 hrs – 1100 hrs. Early Check-In /Late Check-Out Is Not Guaranteed

5. Luggage– Each person isallowed to take 20 kgs of luggage. Do tag your luggage with your name tag thatincludes address & phone number.

6. It is mandatory to leave a copy of yourpassport & itinerary at home with a family member.

7. Airlines – airportreporting time is 03 hours prior to departure for international flights. Doremember not to carry any sharp objects

8. or any other items that may not passthe security systems.

9. Food – food itemsshould be declared on arrival. Pack food items in clear plastic bags so that itis easily visible.

10. Please carry a photo copy of yourpassport & 02 passport size photographs in case of an emergency.

11. Always keep your passport, money &other valuables separate to your luggage. Drop everything in a pouch with ashoulder strap to access it easily.

12. Rooms - two to share a room. Singlesupplement applies where applicable.

12. Pleasenote that hotel check in time is 1400 hrs& check out time is 1200 hrs. Ifyou need rooms before this, it will be on request.

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