Please note, flight schedules are subject to change
LOS ANGELES TO SHANGHAI (PUDONG)
American Airlines departs from Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4. Flight time is 14 hours & 25 minutes.
SHANGHAI (HONGQIAO) TO SHENZHEN
Flight time from Shanghai to Shenzhen is 2 hours & 40 minutes.
HONG KONG TO LOS ANGELES
You will arrive and clear immigration at Los Angeles International Airport, Terminal 4. Flight time is 12 hours & 55 minutes.
Ideally located in Shanghai's downtown, a short distance from the prestigious shopping, entertainment and business areas of Nanjing and Huaihai roads. Four Seasons offers an exemplary environment for business and leisure with service that is unequalled.
Each guest room are furnished with a large writing desk, comfortable armchair, coffee & tea maker, an armoire with color TV and DVD/CD player, high speed internet access and in-room safe suitable to laptop computer.
You enter the gleaming, chandeliered lobby of Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen, and you are mesmerised. Distinctive art pieces adorn exquisitely decorated walls, and elegant furnishings put you at ease.
Evening views of Futian’s shimmering skyline strike you through the window. You stop for a moment, captivated, realising how close you are to the Hong Kong border and the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Centre.
The ideal choice among Tsim Sha Tsui Hotels located in the heart of Kowloon's vibrant business and retail district. The Royal Pacific Hotel & Towers is surrounded by tourist attractions, popular restaurants and offers easy access from Hong Kong to Macau. Keeping you connected to the Hong Kong MTR network and close to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR station.
Your class reservations at above hotels are Deluxe/Standard Single Rooms. Should you prefer an upgraded room or if you need additional night(s), please contact our office and we can arrange this for you. This must be prepaid to our office with credit card to confirm and guarantee the group rate.
Tours in the City
Tour Outside of the City
Note: All tours will operate at the costs shown with a minimum of 10 persons participating
Note: All tours will operate at the costs shown with a minimum of 10 persons participating, $130.00 per person
First, you will visit the Former French Concession area. The French Concession district of Shanghai is an area that was originally developed in the 1920's, during Shanghai's colonial period, when the city was a cosmopolitan, louche trading port. The French Concession is distinguished by tree-lined streets of two-story, gray-brick houses that have stone arches for doorways and terra-cotta tile roofs. Narrow alleyways intersect the streets, giving passage from one to the next.
Then, you will visit the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall to see what Shanghai will be like in the future. This museum has five floors that detail the ambitious plans of Shanghai's urban planners. Visitors are provided with a glimpse of how Shanghai will look like in a couple of decades. The centerpiece on the third floor is a huge model of the city as it is now. Check out the map on the first half floor, where the districts scheduled to be cleared for new constructions and green areas are marked. In the basement, old Shanghai is rebuilt with house entrances, cobble stone ways and operating shops and teahouses.
You will be met by the local guide at your hotel to explore the Shanghai Bund which has dozens of historical buildings from the 1920s and 1930s. The Bund is adjacent to the Huangpu River. The buildings once housed numerous banks and trading houses from all over the world. The Bund lies north of the old, walled city and was initially a British settlement.
Travel across the Huangpu River, and you will be in the Pudong area, an area that is regarded as the symbol the fast economic and commercial development of Shanghai and China.
The Oriental Pearl Tower is a TV tower which is located at the tip of Lujiazui of Pudong District, opposite of the Bund. With the height of 468 meters, it is the highest tower in Asia and the third highest in the world. You will have a great bird’s eye view of the Lujiazui area and the Bund area across the river.
Stroll through Yu Yuan Gardens, which typify the traditional Chinese sense of beauty and symbolism. The gardens were created in the 16th century by a young Ming official, it is a miniature wild landscape of unusual rocks, still pools, streams, pavilions, and winding footpaths
Marco Polo once called Hangzhou "the most beautiful and magnificent city in the world". It is a city rich with history and culture, spanning back over 2000 years. It made a name for itself in the sixth century, when the Grand Canal opened up and linked the area to other centers of trade. The South Song Dynasty (A.D. 1127-1279) helped make Hangzhou famous when the imperial family moved there in the 12th Century. With its inviting views and outstanding scenery, the area soon became popular with artists, poets and painters seeking inspiration in this little bit of paradise.
8:00 - 8:30am Pick up from hotel and transfer to take the morning express train to Hangzhou
6:00 - 7:00pm Depart Hangzhou and transfer back to hotel.
In the morning, take about one hour drive to the Zhujiajiao town, an ancient water town with a history of more than 1700 years. The little fan-shaped town glimmers like a bright pearl in the landscape of lakes and mountains. Endowed with another elegant name – ‘Pearl Stream’.
Zhujiajiao is the best-preserved among the four ancient towns in Shanghai where you will see unique old bridges and houses with picturesque courtyards. In this water village, locals live on waterways, still doing everyday activities from washing clothes to shopping from vendors in boats.
Explore Ancient Streets filled with ancient buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Enjoy a short cruise of Zhujiajiao’s ancient canals.
In this tour, you will discover Hong Kong Foodies' best loved dishes in neighborhood locales.
First stop is the Shek Kip Mei local residential area then walk to the local wet market where poultry, fish, reptiles, pigs, fish, shellfish and frogs are widely available. You will continue on to visit Mei Ho House, Hong Kong's oldest public housing complex built in 1954 and is the only one still standing today.
Tour will end at the Sham Shui Po for food tasting. It has always been known as a little foodie gem. Traditionally associated with poverty, caged housing and all thinks negative, this crowded bustling section of Kowloon houses four restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide's Bib Gourmand section.
To join us on these tours, please proceed to the complete the Optional Tour Form and send it to us by fax or email.