Rest and relax in comfortable hotel stays as per itinerary
How To Get There
Direct flights from Singapore to Chengdu (to be purchased separately)
Fully guided tour to popular tourist attractions
Enjoy famous local delicacies like Kung Pao Chicken and Szechuan Mala
Appreciate breathtaking scenery at Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve
Go back in time at Jingli Antique Street and Huanglongxi Ancient Town
Shop to your heart's content at Chunxi Road
Experiencing China's ancient and modern marvels
Sightseeing and shopping
Families, friends and couples
5D4N Guided Tour with local hotel stays
Tour of Jiuzhaigou and Chengdu as per itinerary with guide and coach
4 breakfasts, lunches and dinners as per itinerary (non-halal; vegetarian/no pork/no lard can be requested)
All land transfers
General Fine Print
Travel by 31 Dec 2014
Book by 30 Nov 2013
Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts
2 Groupons per room, based on double occupancy
Minimum 10 pax to depart
No cancellations and amendments allowed upon confirmation of booking
Peak Season Surcharge of S$150 per pax for tours on 26 Jan-6 Feb 2014
Peak Season Surcharge of S$220 per pax for tours till 31 Oct 2013 and on 1 Sept - 31 Oct 2014
Valid for Singapore and Malaysia passport holders only
Top up of S$180 per pax applies for other passport holders
Tour is compulsory, deviation from itinerary will result in a penalty of S$300 per pax
Tour guide tipping applies at S$6 per pax per day
Compulsory Additional Tour (Panda Eco Park, "Dreamland Journey" Performance in JiuZhaiGou, Sichuan Opera & Unique Skills Performance) applies at S$140 per adult and S$120 per child (under 12 yrs)
Voucher price is inclusive of GST
See the rules that apply to all deals
Single traveller: 1 Groupon + S$250
3rd pax with bed and breakfast: S$38 per pax
Child (9-11 years) with bed: S$38 per pax
Child (2-8 years) without bed: S$35 per pax
Extension stay with transfer: S$50 per pax per night
Travel back in time and be enamoured by China's old world charm with today's Groupon to Jiuzhaigou and Chengdu. Choose from the following options:
For $38, you get a 5D4N Jiuzhaigou Guided Tour with Hotel Stays, Meals and Land Transfers for One Pax (worth $288).
For $68, you get the above for Two Pax (worth $576).
For $178, you get the First Option for Six Pax (worth $1728).
For $258, you get the First Option for Ten Pax (worth $2880).
Nature and nostalgia are the highlights of this 5D4N tour, with pit stops at popular scenic locations such as the beautiful Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve. Upon arrival at Chengdu, guests will be transported to designated hotels, allowing post-flight nerves to settle down. The tour begins proper on the second day where participants get whisked to Jiuzhaigou. The majestic Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, flanked by forested mountains with perpetual snow caps, awaits the arrival of eager tourists. Etched with numerous rivers which plunge down bizarre waterfalls and finally converge at scenic lakes, this well maintained land is the ideal place for landscape photography or simply to soak in fresh, untainted air.
From one picturesque location to another, cameras won't get any down time as the group proceeds to Jingli Antique Street in Chengdu on the third day. Wall to wall along the two sides of Jingli Antique Street are buildings built in the style of The Qing Dynasty. The shop keepers, waiters and waitresses are all dressed in traditional clothing of that era, making this street feel to visitors as though they have stepped back in time. Handicrafts and popular Sichuan cuisine like Kung Pao chicken are readily available at every corner, so get your cash (and stomachs) ready.
Day four welcomes tour takers to Huanglongxi Ancient Town, an old community that retains much of the traditions from the past. Meandering alleyways lead to many surprises along the way, from sturdy temples to restaurants overlooking theÂ Huanglong River. Like Jingli Ancient Street, this town preserves the architecture from the Qing Dynasty and has now become a hotspot not just for tourists, but for many film makers as well. The tour culminates on the fifth day at Chunxi Road, a shopping belt for last minute hoarding of souvenirs orÂ local delights for those who are constantly peckish.
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