CULTURE OF CHINA SCHOOL TOUR
With over 5,000 years of rich history explore, this student tour in China will incorporate art, history, culture, and stunning landscapes to provide a truly inspirational experience for students of all subject backgrounds. From ancient culture to modern living, and wonders of old and new, this school trip will take students to visit Beijing, home to China's last imperial dynasty before the Chinese Revolution. Visit the Forbidden City, the imperial palace from the Ming and Qing dynasties, as well as Tiananmen Square, the site of many important events in Chinese history. Of course, The Great Wall of China features, as well as other significant sites like the Xi’an City Wall, the famous Terracotta Army, and other symbols of ancient Chinese civilization. Students will learn through experience on this educational tour in China, fully immersing themselves in culture and history.
Trip code : CNSC91
Duration : 12 days
Destination : China
Travel Dates : As required
- Visit the forbidden city
- Walk along the great wall of China
- Take high speed train to Xi’an.
- See the Terracotta warriors - a burial site of 8,000 lifelike soldiers
- Visit an ancient Water Town in Shanghai
- Visit China's ancient Mosque
- Walk through vibrant Shanghai, a symbol of modern China
Overnight in Beijing.
Overnight in Beijing.
Overnight in Beijing.
Overnight in soft-sleeper train.
Overnight in Xian
Overnight in Xian.
After lunch visit Yu Garden, the best preserved ancient Chinese gardens in Shanghai. Then visit The Bund, with a mile's stroll of spectacular views. The Bund, with more than 50 individual architectural styles. The strip is reminiscent of the time when Shanghai was the centre of the Chinese economy and culture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Enjoy shopping for traditional and modern goods at famous Nanjing Road.
Overnight in Shanghai.
Overnight in Shanghai
Please contact us on +61 8 7226-1898 or 1300 739 652 for the price.
Price depends on the below:
- Projects your group would like to participate
- Desired outcome/Learning objectives for students
- Accommodation level
- Travel date
- Group Size
- Duration of the tour
Tourist Visa Requirements.
All travellers must have a valid passport for international travel and most countries require at least 6 months validity from the date of return and some countries require a machine‐readable passport.
Not only is it important that you ensure that you have valid passports, some countries require visas and re‐entry permits which meet the requirements of immigration and other government authorities.
It is your sole responsibility if any fines, penalties, payments or expenditures incurred as a result of such documents not satisfying the requirements of those authorities.
When assisting with an international travel booking, we will assume that all travellers on the booking have a valid Australian passport. If your visas are included in our package and we act on your behalf to apply for the visas, all necessary documents relating to your visa application will have to be provided to us at least 30 days before your departure. If you fail to provide the necessary documents before 30 days prior to your departure, we will not be held liable for your visa application. The visa fee included in our package is not refundable in any circumstances. If you require us to assist with visa application in less than 30 days before your departure date, an additional fee will be required for urgent visa processing.
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In order to enter China, foreigners shall apply to the visa-issuing authorities stationed abroad for a visa, except as otherwise provided for in this Law.
Note: The Chinese Embassy and Consulates General in Australia do not accept visa applications directly submitted by ordinary passport holders. Visa applications of ordinary passports are required to be submitted to a relevant Chinese Visa Application Service Centre located in Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Perth or Brisbane according to the services areas.
Appropriate types of ordinary visa shall be issued to foreigners who enter China due to non-diplomatic or official reasons including work, study, family visit, travel, business activities and talent introduction.
Travel agencies that organize inbound tourism in accordance with relevant State regulations may apply for group tourist visas from port visa authorities.
Foreigners who apply to port visa authorities for visas shall submit their passports or other international travel documents, as well as relevant information of specific application matters. They shall go through relevant formalities in accordance with the requirements of the port visa authorities and enter China at the ports where they apply for visas.
Visas issued by port visa authorities shall be single entry and the duration of stay shall not exceed 30 days.
Foreigners may be exempt from applying for visas if they hold connected passenger tickets and are in transit to a third country or region by an international aircraft, ship or train via China; will stay for not more than 24 hours in China without leaving the port of entry; or will stay in the specific zones approved by the State Council within the prescribed time limit. Where foreigners need to enter China temporarily, due to force majeure or for any other urgent reason, they shall apply to exit/entry border inspection agencies for going through the formalities for temporary entry. The duration of stay for temporary entry shall not exceed 15 days.