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2-Day Changchun Culture Tour

- Manchu-kuo Imperial Palace / Banruo Temple
Tour Code:Changchun02From:$160

Trip Highlights - Attractions in Changchun involved: Korean Village, Manchu-kuo Imperial Palace, People's Square, Banruo Temple, and Meteorite Museum. Changchun is the capital of Jilin Province, on the northeast side of China. Changchun is the cradle of Chinese film production and saw China's first automobile company take on a leading position in China, so the nickname "city of movies" and "city of automobile". Tourists are attracted by the city's pleasant scenery, history and skiing.So, We sincerely provide a 2-day Changchun tour as below, which will be a pleasant trip for you in China!
Availability: Daily.      Pick-up Point & Time: Your hotel, 8:30am.      Finishing Point & Time: Your hotel, 5:00pm.      Duration: 2 Days.

Tour Itinerary: ( B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
Day 01: Arrive in Changchun (L/D)
Upon on your arrival, our dedicated tour guide will meet you at the airport and drive you to your hotel. Then you will visit Korean Village. It is a cozy and welcoming Korean Village where they can get a glimpse of Korean culture and how rural people live. After that, you will be driven to the Manchu-kuo Imperial Palace. After the tour, you will be sent back to your hotel.
Hotel: The Swiss Bel hotel 4 star (or similar class)
Day 02: Depart from Changchun (B/L)
Today you will visit People's Square and majestic Banruo Temple. Then you can witness one of the greatest scientific discoveries in the world with a trip to the Meteorite Museum, home to the largest extant meteorite on earth. The Meteorite Museum opened in 1974 and displays many samples of iron meteorites and stony iron as well as one of the largest stone meteorites in the world. It introduces lots of scientific knowledge about meteorites by means of modern sound and light equipment. After lunch, you will be driven to the airport for your next destination. (Service End)

Main Attractions Description
Manchu-kuo Imperial Palace
Manchu-kuo Imperial Palace, covering an area  of 43,000 square meters, was designed as a miniature version of the Forbidden City in Beijing and divided into an inner court and outer court. Before the palace, the area was the office building and salt warehouses of the former Transport Bureau designed by a Russian. After the Japanese took over and renovated it into a palace, they built several more buildings...
Banruo Temple
The Banruo Temple is the largest Buddhist Temple in the city of Changchun, which also serves as the Buddhist Association of the city and province. Banruo Temple was listed as the national key Buddhist temples in Han region. Banruo Temple, although not ancient, was began to be built in 1921 and finished in 1922. The  Banruo Temple is a perfect example of Buddhist architecural structure covering an...
Meteorite Museum
Jilin Meteorite Museum has many pieces of meteorite, which are preserved by local astrologers after the 1976 activity. With advanced sound and light equipment, the museum introduces the Jilin meteorites shower, the meteorites study and the universe outlines and more scientific knowledge. The heaviest piece weighs a hefty 1,775kg and it is said to be the largest extant meteorite in the world. After further scientific analysis the pieces here were found to be around 4.6 billion years old, about the same age as the earth.

 Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
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1 travelerUSD400
2 travelersUSD220
3-5 travelersUSD210
6-9 travelersUSD190
10 travelers & aboveUSD160

Service Inclusions

  • Entrance fees and lunch as listed
  • All transfers with private vehicle and guide
  • Accident insurance
  • Hotel fare

Service Exclusions

  • Air fare and airport tax
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for guide and driver

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