Chinese Kungfu Tour

Shaolin Kungfu's fame came out of the fame of the Temple. In the early history of the Temple, Monks practiced moving Qigong and other vigorous exercise to balance Yin and Yang energies in need. These early forms of exercises included Luohan 18 Postures, Soft Boxing, 8 Silk Brocades, and Longevity Boxing which later became today's Kungfu not only for self-defense, but also for the battlefields.
 
If Chinese Martial Arts is the crystallization of Chinese practical knowledge and wisdom, Shaolin Kungfu is the essence of traditional Kungfu – the bright pearl of Wushu and Kungfu today. Its profound origins and subtle skills command reverence among martial artists throughout the world. The Shaolin School absorbed the best martial arts techniques from all schools throughout China.
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Day 01: Entry Beijing
Upon Arrival in Beijing, the local guide will meet you at the Beijing International Airport and accompany you to the hotel. The rest time is on your own.
Day 02: Beijing
Visit the Tiananmen Square, the biggest public city square in the world and the must place to see in Beijing. Cross the gate of Tiananmen into the Forbidden City, the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties, it is the world's largest palace complex and covers 74 hectares. After lunch, sightsee the Summer Palace - the best preserved and the second largest royal garden in China with a history of over 800 years. Enjoy the Beijing Roast Duck dinner in the evening.
Day 03: Beijing
Today’s highlight is to visit the Great Wall, the most magnificent defense works and one of the few man-made structures visible from space. The Wall rises and falls with the contours of the mountains westward extending more than 5000 kilometers from its origin at the seaside in Shanhaiguan to the end of Jiayuguan in the west part of China. Then, visit the Temple of Heaven, the largest complex of ancient sacrificial building extant in China.
Day 04: Beijing/ Xian
Explore the Houhai District of Beijing, a region of old courtyard homes and hutongs, alleys that border the tree-lined lakes north of the Forbidden City. Tour the district by pedicab to get a unique perspective on the traditional life that still exists today. Then, take an afternoon flight to the ancient Tang Dynasty capital, Xian and check in the hotel.
Day 5. Xian
Visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda-- one of the most famous Buddhist pagodas in China, Shannxi History Museum where precious historic and archaeological findings are on display,the City Wall, one of the few city walls still standing in present China Enjoy the wonderful Tang Dynasty style dance show in the evening.
Day 6 Xian
Visit the Mausoleum of the First Emperor of Qin and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses – the largest mausoleum ever discovered in the world and one of world cultural heritage, watch a gongfu show and visit the Great Mosque-- - one of the oldest, largest and best-preserved Islamic mosques in China.
Day 7 Xian/ Luoyang
Take the high-speed train to Luoyang—one of ancient capital of China, and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Luoyang's landmarks - the White Horse Temple, the oldest monastery in China; and the famous Longmen Grottos, carved between the 5th and the 7th century, known for more than 100,000 images and statues of Buddha carved into the cliffs walls.
Day 8 Luoyang/ Dengfeng
Go to Dengfeng where is located at the foot of Songshan Mountain, one of the five famous mountains in China and check in a hotel. Visit the Zhong Yue Temple, where the emperors used to make their sacrifices, and Shaolin Temple. Shaolin Temple is famous not only as one of China's important Buddhist shrines, but also as the ancient center of Chinese martial arts.
Day 9 Dengfeng
After breakfast, practice the health-giving of martial art with a team of qualified master of the sport at one of the Shaolin Martial art school in the morning. Then watch the Shaolin martial art show by the monks in the afternoon.
Day 10 Zhengzhou/ Shanghai
Drive to Zhengzhou to take a flight to Shanghai and transfer to a hotel. Visit Yu Garden, a 400 year old classical Chinese garden in the Old Town of Shanghai, and the neighboring old Shanghai bazaar as well as the famous Bund. Watch the wonderful acrobatic show in the evening.
Day11 Shanghai
Enjoy a full day leisure time in Shanghai. Feel free to explore Shanghai such as visiting the themed museums, characteristic streets, mounting the Oriental Pearl Tower to view the up-to-date Shanghai fashion, tasting the delicious dishes etc.
Day 12 Depart from Shanghai
Transfer to the Shanghai Pudong International Airport and take a flight to your next destination.
Price: From US$ 1160 / per person
Inclusions:
1. Domestic airfare (Beijing/Xian, Zhengzhou/Shanghai), airport taxes and charges.
2. High-speed train from Xian to Luoyang by second class seat
3. All hotel accommodations based on double occupancy:
4. Daily western style breakfast at the hotel, Chinese lunch and dinner at fine local restaurants specializing in regional cuisines
5. Cultural Highlights: Peking duck dinner, Tang Dynasty style dance Show, Kungfu show, and acrobatic show
6.Private ground transportation, airport/hotel transfer with air-conditioned van or bus
7. All sightseeing, entertainments and cultural activities listed in the itinerary
8.Private English-speaking tour guide
Exclusions:
1. Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, and phone calls,
2.Gratuities for guides and drivers,
3.Overweight baggage charges.
Note: Prices and programs are subject to change without notice. All prices quoted in US dollars. For booking information, terms and conditions, please contact us: tour@eduabroadchina.com.
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