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China Kung Fu
China Kung Fu Tour

 
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China Kung Fu
Chinese Kung Fu Chinese Kung Fu
Kung Fu, Chinese martial arts, is a cultural heritage of the Chinese people, which has been enriched through the
ages. With its graceful movements and salubrious effects on health, it has a strong appeal to a vast multitude of
people.
Kung Fu has been practiced in China for thousands of years. The original of Kung Fu may be traced back to prehistoric
times when our ancestors used stones and wooden clubs in hunting. The most well-known Kung Fu classifications
include: Shaolin Kung Fu, Wudang Kung Fu, Emei Kung Fu, Northern Styles, and Southern Styles. There are hundreds
of Kung Fu styles belonging to these classifications, with over one thousand bare hand and weapon training routines.
The primary technical training includes Kicking Methods (over one hundred ways to kick using the feet, legs, knees, and hips), Striking Methods
(several hundred striking methods using fists, palms, hand hooks, elbows, head, and shoulders), Wrestling Methods (several hundred wrestling
methods to take down your opponent), Controlling (Qin Na) Methods (including misplacing the bone, cavity press, sealing the breath, and ground
control methods), and Weapon applications.
Chinese Kung Fu is more than Kung Fu. It embodies a profound philosophy and a sense of human life and social values. It is the summation of
the code of conduct for the adjustment of the relationships between man and man and between man and nature. Kung Fu is not only a way to
enhance one’s health and skills. Its long association with dance has lent an enriching artistic quality. At the same time, its emphasis on
posture, composure, self-control, spirit, and lively exercise imbues it with a beautiful effect on the physic, and a positive effect on the character.
These quality turn Kung Fu into Wuyi-martial artistry.
[ GW-KF-003 ] Beijing-Xi'an-Luoyang-Zhengzhou-Shanghai ( 11 days )
Day 1 Arrive
Beijing
Arrive in Beijing, the capital of China. Meet your guide upon arrival and be transferred to your comfortable hotel. (D)
Day 2 Beijing
Begin the day’s activity with a visit to Tian’anmen Square, the largest urban square in the world. Then, move on to
visit the Imperial Palace, also known as the “Forbidden City”, the biggest palace complex in the world. In the
afternoon, visit Temple of Heaven where the emperors of Ming and Qing Dynasties worshipped heaven and prayed
for good harvest. A Peking Duck Dinner concludes your first full day activities in China. (B-L-D)
Day 3 Beijing
Today’s highlight is your visit to the Great Wall, one of the “Seven Wonders of the World” and a symbol of
Chinese civilization. Just like a gigantic dragon, the Great Wall winds up and down across mountains. A short drive
away is the statue-lined Shenlu (Spirit Road) leading to the Ming Tombs, here you can see some marvelous stone
sculptures. The Ming Tombs area is for deceased emperors of the Ming Dynasty. (B-L-D)
Day 4 Beijing-
Xi'an
Pay a visit to famous Beijing Shaolin Wushu School and enjoy Kung Fu Show there. Kung Fu (Wushu) is the proper
term for all the martial arts styles in China. It has been practiced in China for thousands of years. Kung Fu consists
of tens of thousands of different External and Internal styles including both bare hands and weapons. Some of the
well- known external styles are Shaolinquan, Chaquan, Hongquan, Fanziquan and many others. The well-known
internal styles are Tai Chi, Bagua, Xingyi, and Water style. Then, visit the enchanting Summer Palace, one of China's
largest and best-preserved royal gardens, where you can have a walk along the famous Long Corridor. Take an
overnight train to Xi’an with soft sleeper (the 1st class in China, 4 persons sharing one cabin). (B-L-D)
Day 5 Xi'an

Begin the day’s activity with an once-in-a-lifetime viewing of the extraordinary 2,200-year-old Terracotta Warriors
of China’s first feudal Emperor, Qin Shihuang. On your way back to the city, stop at a mountain village and meet local
residents. After lunch, visit the superb Shannxi History Museum, the best of its kind in China. Visit to Big Wild Goose
Pagoda
which was built in 652 A.D. It contains a large volume of Buddhist scriptures which were obtained from India
by the eminent monk of Xuanzang. Enjoy a characteristic dumpling dinner at a local restaurant. (B-L-D)

Day 6 Xi'an-
Luoyang
Climb the ancient City Wall and visit Forest of Steles Museum where precious stone carvings and sculptures are
kept. Then, take a train to the ancient city – Luoyang, hence the name “Capital of Nine Dynasties”. You will pass by
the Huashan Mountain, one of the five famous Mountains in China. Be transferred to the hotel on arrival. (B-L)
Day 7 Luoyang

Visit the Longmen Grottoes, built in the year of 494, during the Northern Wei Dynasty. The Longmen Grottoes is one
of China’s three leading treasure houses of grotto art, with 2,100 grottoes. The largest Buddhist sculpture stands
17.14 meters tall. Then, visit the LuoԌEԌong>. (B-L-D)

Day 8 Luoyang-
Zhengzhou

Whole day is excursion to the Shaolin Temple, which is located at the foot of Songshan Mountain – the central of the
five scared mountains in China. The temple was founded in 527 A.D. by a monk, Bodhidharma. He developed a form
of physical movement which is based on the natural motions of animals, hence the origin of Shao Lin Kung-fu. Stay
overnight in Zhengzhou. (B-L-D)

Attention: If you would like, we also can arrange Shaolin Kung Fu Study or training in Shaolin Temple. Living with
Shaolin Monks, students of all abilities are welcomed to go and learn a variety of different forms of Kung Fu. The
serenity of the Shaolin Temple and the National Park surrounding it provides students with the perfect state of mind to
develop a true understanding of Chinese Kung Fu.
Day 9 Zhengzhou-
Shanghai
Take a morning flight to Shanghai, the bustling commercial heart of China, known as “Paris of the East”. Visit the
Bund
, at the west shore of the Huangpu River, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower and the Jin Mao Tower can be seen on
the opposite side. The splendid row of early 20th century Europe buildings remains the quintessential Shanghai
sight. Visit fascinating Yuyuan Garden, a well-restored Suzhou-style garden, and take a walk through the Old Town
filled with antique markets and specialty stores. Walk along Nanjing Road, a must-see metropolitan destination
attracting thousands of fashion-seeking shoppers from all over the world today. A fabulous Acrobatic Show
concludes your first day in Shanghai. (B-L-D)
Day 10 Shanghai
This morning you will visit marvelous Shanghai Museum, a leading attraction of the city since it opened in 1994,
containing some priceless collections of paintings, porcelains and bronzes. Move on to check out the St. Ignatius
Cathedral
(Xujiahui Cathedral) built in 1846. Wander around the former French Concession represented by the leafy
Fuxing Park and the architecture in the area. Then pay a visit to the Jade Buddha Temple where two rare jade statues
of Sakyamuni Buddha are treasured. You will have some free time in the afternoon to explore the city. (B-L-D)
Day 11 depart
from Shanghai
Be transferred to the airport and prepare for your homebound flight. (B)
B:Breakfast  L:Lunch  D:Dinner
 
Hotel: 4star (or the same standard)
 
Price: RMB --/ per person in 1/2 double room
 
≥10 person
Single Supplement
6-9 person
Single Supplement
2-5 person
Single Supplement
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Note:

1) We will arrange a national guide for the group over 10 person, the cost is RMB_____.

2) If the group is over 16 person, the cost of the 16th person is RMB_____.

 

High Season: Apr., May, Sep., Oct., 1st Nov.-15th Nov
Shoulder Season: Mar., July, June, Aug., 16th Nov.-30th Nov
Low Season: Dec., Jan., Feb

 
 
 


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