Imperial of China 13 Days
  •    Extention to Mt.Huangshan(Yellow Mountain)
    Day 13 : Shanghai–Huangshan(Yellow Mountain)  (Breakfast – Dinner) 
    After breakfast, Take the bus to Huangshan(Yellow Mountain) .Visit the old town and also Nanping village, there are about 300 ancient Hui-style houses and buildings constructed in Ming and Qing Dynasties, as well as 36 ancient wells and 72 lanes. Check in at hotel.

    Hotel: Huangshan International hotel or similar (5 stars)

    Day 14  Huangshan(Yellow Mountain) (Breakfast – Lunch)
    After breakfast, take a cable car to explore Huangshan and discover its overwhelming beauty. The area is well known for its scenery, sunsets, peculiarly-shaped granite peaks, Huangshan pine trees, hot springs, winter snow, and views of the clouds from above. Huangshan is a frequent subject of traditional Chinese paintings and literature, as well as modern photography. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of China's major tourist destinations.

    Day 15 Huangshan – Shanghai -Canada (Breakfast)
    After breakfast, Transfer to Shanghai Pudong airport and end of the trip.
  •    13 days Imperial of China tour tips for tour leader & local guide & driver & cruise & porters
    you can choose to pay in advance or pay to local travel agent upon arrive in Beijing. The fee includes the 13-day tour guide and driver and cruise as well as the baggage transfer at the hotel.
  •    Land tour only. Have your own international flight ticket
    If you buy your own international ticket, you can get a $500 reduction from Canada to destination for round trip.
  •    Huangpu River cruise & dinner & an exciting Acrobatics Show
    Acrobatic shows are the Chinese equivalent of Cirque du Soleil, with dangerous stunts, magic, comedy, theater, and Chinese acrobatic arts. Here’s what you need to know about seeing a show in Shanghai.
  •    Rickshaw
    The rickshaw, the most popular form of transportation in recent years for tourists to take the Hutong tour, provides a unique view of Beijing and becomes more and more popular with tourists.

Century Glory Cruise

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Chinese Embassy/Consulates-General in Canada will collect visa applicants' fingerprints


In accordance with China’s related laws and based on the principle of reciprocity, the Embassy as well as the Consulates- General in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal will entrust the Chinese Visa Application Service Centers to collect the ten fingerprints of all visa applicants including Canadian citizens from January 1st, 2019. The following applicants could be exempted from the aforesaid requirement:

1. Those who are less than 14 years old or more than 70 years old;

2. Those who are holding diplomatic passports or are eligible to be issued diplomatic, service or courtesy visas (except for those who are required under the principle of reciprocity). 

3. Those who have applied a Chinese visa with the same passport in the past 5 years in the same Chinese Embassy/Consulate General or Chinese Visa Application Service Center, which has collected his or her fingerprints.

4. Those who suffer from mutilation of all ten fingers or whose fingerprints cannot be collected.

Please note that all visa applicants should have their fingerprints collected in person at the Chinese Visa Application Service Centers. Applicants who forge fingerprints or use other people’s fingerprints may be denied entry to China and should bear all the consequences by themselves. Meanwhile, applicants are required to make an appointment and fill in the application forms online at the official website of the Chinese Visa Application Service Centers ( in advance.