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Save $400 on 14-Day China’s Best Treasures Tour




Bellevue, WA, December 12, 2012—Book and pay by January 31 and  save a whopping $400 per person on this China Spree tour that covers the highlights of China in an action-packed 14 days.  China Spree is the company that promises “first-class travel at bargain prices,”  and their China’s Best Treasures Tour lives up to that promise with amazing value.


 For $2,559 from San Francisco, $2,859 from New York, the tour includes transpacific flights, intra-China flights, deluxe 5-star hotels, comprehensive sightseeing and entrance fees, informative and fun tour escorts and guides, 12 American buffet breakfasts, 20 other delicious Chinese meals, and special treats like a Peking duck dinner, a Tang Dynasty Show, a dim sum banquet, the Shanghai Acrobats and a rickshaw ride through Old Beijing’s hutongs with lunch in a family’s traditional courtyard home.


The specially chosen itinerary includes the obvious: Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and the Great Wall in Beijing.  But it also provides unique experiences like the hiking tour to the Dragon Spine Terraces at Long Sheng, which passes minority villages and villagers on the way to beautiful and photogenic rice terraces.


Then there are the Terracotta Warriors in ancient Xian and the fabulous landscape of limestone peaks on the Li River cruise from Guilin.  In Suzhou the tour visits a classical garden and a more-interesting-than-expected silk factory and in the little water town of Tongli, a gondola ride through the canals provides a view of Ming-dynasty houses, bridges and cobbled streets.  The tour ends in Shanghai, China’s most sophisticated and cosmopolitan city, which boasts the colonial-era Bund, the futuristic Pudong’s skyscrapers, good museums and great shopping.


All prices (which rise in the late spring) are cash-only, are per person double occupancy and are subject to availability.  Add-on air fares are available from many other cities.


For more detailed information about China’s Best Treasures and other tours, log onto and click “China Tours” then “Deluxe Tours.”  China Spree’s toll-free telephone number is 1-866-652-5656.

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