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Groupon Getaways [groupon.com] have an escorted 10 days, 5-City Tour of China with Premium Hotels and Air from Multiple Gateways - Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou, Hangzhou, and Wuxi starting from $599 per person, based on double occupancy.

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Available departures from Los Angeles (LAX), San Francisco (SFO), New York, Chicago (ORD), Seattle (SEA), San Jose (SJC), Denver (DEN), Portland (PDX), Las Vegas (LAS), Atlanta (ATL), Boston (BOS), Phoenix (PHX), Washington DC, Detroit (DTW), Ft Lauderdale (FLL) and Charlotte (CLT)

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Day 1: Travel to Beijing.
Day 2: A tour representative will guide you from the airport to your hotel. Then you can spend the rest of the day exploring Beijing at your leisure.
Day 3: Free time to sightsee in Beijing.
Day 4: Climb part of the Great Wall of China, tour the Beijing 2008 Olympic Center, and see artistry at work in a jade exhibition.
Day 5: Day at leisure in Beijing before a flight to Shanghai in the late evening. Your flight is immediately followed by a drive to Suzhou.
Day 6: Explore the Venice-like canals in Suzhou and see the Lingshan Grand Buddha statue in Wuxi.
Day 7: Tour Lake Taihu and visit a freshwater pearl farm, then spend leisure time in Hangzhou.
Day 8: Admire West Lake, whose surrounding landscape is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and visit a tea plantation. After that, travel back to Shanghai.
Day 9: Visit the Shanghai Museum, see an emerald exhibition, and shop at the City God Temple Bazaar.
Day 10: After breakfast in Shanghai, depart for the United States.

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What airlines are they using? Is this one of those tours where you are required to go shopping?
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No need to go to this smog-infested communist country where the people have no empathy
Some would say that about the US these days, and more specifically about you.
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I do believe I'm about to book 4 of these as I feel this is a fantastic price. I'm doing my research on the places/hotels now.
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Some would say that about the US these days, and more specifically about you.
LMAO

Took the words right out of my mouth
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I think this does have some shopping trips but not a lot. Maybe there are opportunities to book our own day tours with others operators.
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I do believe I'm about to book 4 of these as I feel this is a fantastic price. I'm doing my research on the places/hotels now.
One thing to beware of when traveling to China under tourism groups.. they take you to very expensive souvenir shops. That's how they make some of their money back. Avoid those regardless of how they advertise or market the products.
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But have you visited China and India? Nope, another opinion from a keyboard warrior who knows nothing.
Given that I'm Chinese and was born there...I'd say I've visited China lol. Not only that, but the rural of China. Oh, and my best friend is Indian so I was in India for their wedding. And just like you, I've traveled many other parts of the world too. But I'm not on here trashing other countries as a whole. Beijing was terrible in pollution. But that was back in 98 when I last visited. I've heard they cleared things up a bit since then. The Forbidden City was a great visit even in the smog. Now stfu please..thx
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What airlines are they using? Is this one of those tours where you are required to go shopping?
Probably and if you don't it might just be a one way trip.
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But have you visited China and India? Nope, another opinion from a keyboard warrior who knows nothing.
I'm not going to say you're wrong about some of these areas but it's not the entire country. I haven't been to India but I have been to China. You're entirely wrong about them publicly pooping in the streets. That's usually the mainland area and it is very frowned upon to defecate in the more modern areas. These are third world countries so you have to understand what you're coming into but it isn't as you say, an entire country filled with such disgusting habits. My Uncle flies there every year to do business. I can assure you that if you know where to go, it's an amazing country just like India is as well. It's funny that coming from a Bernie Sanders supporter, you can't wrap your head around the fact that not everyone has a TOTO toilet with a bidet installed at their disposal. Regardless, this is about exploring a country that is not yet modern and has lots of room to grow and is rich in culture and history. If you don't wish to visit it, that's fine. But to ridicule two of the largest countries by population because you were fortunate enough to be American-bred is quite ignorant.
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US-Chinese Nationals are advised to exercise increased caution, and if you have to enter China, do so with US credentials. This is as of January 10, 2018 due to "arbitrary enforcement of local laws and special restrictions" according to a STEP Notification from the State Dept I just received. Always check for security information before traveling overseas. travel.state.gov/destination.
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I do believe I'm about to book 4 of these as I feel this is a fantastic price. I'm doing my research on the places/hotels now.
Please share your findings
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Great deal! I spent 30 days in China in 2015. Such an experience, and very eye opening. I will add that I never saw anybody pooping in the street, and I visited both city and rural areas traveling a path from Beijing to Macau in that month. The pollution was awful in the cities, and even 30 miles out of the city but it got better. (You can easily buy masks there as well) We will be going back in February on another tour for a shorter 12 days this time.
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I understand that many people don't want to go to China, or have strong opinions - please feel free to keep out of this thread. Can we please keep the discussion to the deal for benefit of the rest of us that might want to visit the country?

Question: Are we going to be accompanied to required shopping trips by these people?
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