11 Day Sample Itinerary

Beijing, Chengdu and Hong Kong Multi Centre

An ancient city, giant pandas and the fragrant harbour

Start your multicentre holiday with the incredible sites and history of Beijing which dates back over 3,000 years. Next stop is Chengdu, home to the endangered giant pandas which now have a population of less than 2000. And finally, visit the bright lights of Hong Kong for your chance to hit the shops, climb to the top of Victoria Peak on the funicular railway or get an adrenaline rush at Hong Kong's Disneyland.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Beijing's iconic ancient sites
  • Spectacular mountain scenery
  • World famous Panda Research Base in Chengdu
  • Watch the symphony of lights
  • Retail therapy in Hong Kong

Sample Itinerary Summary

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11 days
Destination Breakdown
  • Beijing

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Walk along the Great Wall of China
    • See the most holy imperial temple - the Temple of Heaven
    • Visit the Summer Palace
    • Explore the Forbidden City
    • See the iconic Bird’s Nest National Stadium
  • Chengdu

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Visit the Giant Panda Research centre.
    • Explore the Lingyun Temple.
    • Visit Mt Leshan and see the Giant Buddha.
  • Hong Kong

    Itinerary Highlights

    • See the Symphony of Lights
    • Ride the Ngong Ping 360 Cable Car
    • Enjoy the panoramic views from Victoria Peak

A great place to begin your multicentre holiday, China's majestic capital city Beijing, where temples and palaces stand alongside beautiful green spaces, futuristic skyscrapers and superb neon nightlife. This ever-changing metropolis is a must-see.


Chengdu is home to one of the most endangered species, the giant panda. Visit Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding Research centre to see these lovable bears, if you visit in winter you may even be lucky enough to see newborn pandas. 

Hong Kong

The last destination is Hong Kong, a vibrant metropolis where East meets West and ancient meets modern. We recommend spending a minimum of three nights here to really get to know Hong Kong. Your trip will not be complete without at least a little bit of shopping, from street markets to high end shopping malls something is sure to catch your eye. Take a ride on the Peak Tram funicular railway, watching Hong Kong Island's skyscrapers pass by your window as you climb to The Peak. At the top enjoy the stunning views of Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong and Kowloon. A holiday to Hong Kong will leave you with unique and unforgettable experiences.