Henan, Shanxi & Shandong

Shanxi, Henan and Shandong are situated along the Yellow River, where the origin of Chinese civilization and Buddhism flourished.

Shanxi is “China’s Ancient Architecture Museum” and the place to admire the Buddhist wonder of the Yungang Grottoes, the ancient town of Pingyao and the Hanging Temple clinching to the high cliffs. In Henan, trace the origin of Chinese characters in Yinxu, or enjoy Chinese Kungfu in Shaolin temple. Shandong is the birthplace to the great Confucius, sacred Mountain Tai and beachside Qingdao.

 Best Season

May - Nov

with the warmer weather in July and August

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Datong, Pingyao and Mt. Wutai
From S$ 2,390/Adult
6 days
From S$ 2,390/Adult
Shanxi is considered the cradle of the Chinese civilization and has a rich history and numerous cultural heritages. This journey will take you to the northern part of Shanxi and discover both modern and traditional culture. You will be awed by the wealth of ancient and medieval Chinese heritage!
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South Shanxi In-Depth Taiyuan, Hukou Waterfall and Yuncheng
From S$ 2,190/Adult
5 days
From S$ 2,190/Adult
This in-depth journey brings you to Shanxi which is home to rich history, ancient architectures, religious sites and unique sceneries. Step back in time and unfold the stories behind this province. Apart from the historical face of Shanxi, be awed by the splendor of the Yellow River.
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Shandong - Home Of Confucius
From S$ 2,340/Adult
5 days
From S$ 2,340/Adult

Shandong province was the home of a great philosopher - Confucius.  The Confucius temple, cemetery & family mansion of Confucius are of outstanding artistic and historic character due to the devotion of successive Chinese emperors.  Another highlight is Mount Taishan.

Luoyang And Xian - Cradle Of Chinese Civilization
From S$ 2,390/Adult
6 days
From S$ 2,390/Adult

Luoyang, China’s capital city for 13 dynasties, is the home to the peony, Shaolin Temple in Song Mountain, and the Longmen Grottoes, a Buddhist caves and a UNESCO World Heritage sites.   Xian, another former capital of China, houses the life-sized terracotta warriors - a must see attraction!

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