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18 Mar 2008

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 Attractions: Guiyuan Temple  Yellow Crane Tower Hubei Provincial Museum



Depart from your hotel to visit the Guiyuan Temple, which is one of the four largest Buddhist temples in Hubei Province as well as an important Buddhist temple in china. The temple is well known for its grand architecture, Buddhist scriptures, The statues of Weito, carved of oak, the 500 disciples of Buddha (arhat) with various looks and gestures.

Then visit the Yellow Crane Tower. Located on Snake Hill, it is one of the three most famous towers along the Yangtze River and a symbol of the Wuhan city now. The top of the tower is the best place to viewing the surrounding scenery and the mighty Yangtze River. After having lunch at a nice local restaurant, visit the Hubei Provincial Museum,
 which is the best Museum in the central part of China, displaying the relics unearthed in the Hubei, mostly ancient Chu State, including some of the world’s most exciting recent archaeological discoveries. Most important in the relics is a complete set of 65 ritual bells of different sizes. Be transferred back to your hotel after the tour.

Remark: The above private tour is tailored for you and your friends exclusively. You and your friends will enjoy Private car, driver and tour guide.

Quotation (Validity: 2008-01-01/2008-12-31)


Number of celebrity news Persons

2 persons 85 USD / person
3-5 persons 75 USD / person

Above price includes:
Pick-up from and transfer back to your hotel, Air-conditioned car or van, Admission fee of mentioned attractions, Well trained English-speaking tour guide, Meals mentioned above, The proformance of bronze chime bells, Gas, parking cost.
Above price excludes: Personal expense.
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