Specialists, Inc. (Travel & Tours)
Create Your Own "China"
and "Asia" Patterns
and the Orient are a vast and fascinating region. The high
speed of economic growth has elevated this region into one of the most
important and noteworthy area in the world. With more ways to explore it than
there are tales in the Arabian Nights, we have devised a novel variation to
help you and your friends see those parts that interest you most.
2) Plan you own tour and share the experience with friends,
family or people of mutual interest. We have developed an expertise in this
field, can do the research for you and offer you all the possibilities.
3) Give us a budget in any range: affordable, comfortable or
deluxe. In the Orient and China,
you can find the full spectrum. It all depends on the hotels you select; the
airlines you pick and the routing you want to follow. These and other factors
contribute to the kind of tour we can plan for you, to help you see China and the
Orient on the kind of budget that's good for you.
4) Join a special interest tour. If you can find five couples (or
ten individuals) with similar interests, we can tailor a tour that caters to
your interests. This gives us a chance to arrange special visit, educational
exchanges, provide seminars. You can see areas that groups don't normally see.
You tell us what you want. We arrange it to your needs.
5) Go with a group. This is the most popular way to travel.
Select a program, reserve it with your travel agent and you are set. Group
tours are all-inclusive, with airfare, transfers, accommodations, meals,
sightseeing, special features.
6) Our credentials for creating a tailor-made program for you are impeccable.
Our best recommendations are the many groups, who have come to us to arrange
their trips to China
and the Orient
your own itinerary and program for individuals, small groups from 2 to 9
participants as well as any group size of 10 participants or more
What could be more exciting than designing
your own trip to China
and the Orient? Including on your itinerary all the cities and attractions you
want to see? C & D Global Specialists Inc. is proud to make available to
you this unique experience, with our well-established relationship with China
International Travel Service as well as renown tour operator in Thailand, Hong
Kong, Japan and Singapore which enables us to help you to plan your vacation
according to your schedule and convenience. The following suggestion is an
example of the number of cities you can visit within the number of days you
5 days - Two Cities
- Tokyo/Hong Kong
7- 8 days - Three Cities
or Four Cities
- Kunming/Jinghong/Hong Kong
- Taipei/Hong Kong/Bangkok
10 days - Five Cities
- Beijing/Xian/Shanghai//Guilin/Hong Kong
12 days - Five Cities
- Tokyo/Hong Kong/Bangkok/Phuket/Chiang Mai
- Taipei/Hong Kong/Kathmandu/Bangkok/Singapore
We also offer
two programs available under the Super EZ Pak label, one a basic package, the
second an all-inclusive arrangement:
MINI SUPER EZ PAK - Covers basic travel arrangements in China with the following
- Hotel accommodation
- Transfers between airports and hotels
- Domestic transportation
- China visa service
- Daily breakfast
FULL SUPER EZ PAK - All-inclusive, independent tour package with
pre-confirmed arrangements before departure:
- Hotel accommodation
- Private car sightseeing with
- Transfers between airport and hotels
- Domestic transportation
- Baggage handling
- China visa service
The capital of China for
over 700 years, is China's most prominent city. Known
for its significance throughout history, it now serves as the political,
cultural and communications center of the People's Republic of China.
Here are some of the many historic sites with architectural wonders:
The Great Wall - It is the only man-made structure on Earth visible
to the naked eye from the moon. With approximate 3,946.5 miles long and at
least 2,600 years old, it is the true wonder of the world.
of Heaven - Built in
1420 and restored in 1890, it is one of the most photographed buildings in the
world. The Hall of Prayer for good harvests is one of several structures.
Ming Tombs - There are 13 Ming Dynasty emperors buried here at Shisanling Dingling, the tomb of
the 13th emperor Wan Li has been completely excavated and can be visited
underground. The famous Sacred Way
of Stone Animals still stands guards.
Palace - This was the rest and recreation area of the
royal families as far back as 1000 A.D. The ground includes Longevity hall and Kunming
Lake and covers some 700
acres. Some of the most attractions are the Long Corridor with its Painted
Gallery, the famous Marble Boat, the Seventeen
and the Bronze Bullock Guard.
Among other famous sites are the Palace
Square, the Panda House at the Beijing Zoo, Lamaist Temple, etc. You 'll also have the opportunity to attend a cultural
performance, such as the Beijing Opera and partake in a sumptuous,
world-renowned Beijing Duck Dinner.
Shanghai - The "Big
Apple" of the Orient, is China's
most bustling port city. A Trend-setting metropolis in both politics and
fashions, it shows the contemporary China in action. On visit to Shanghai, you'll see the Bund (Shanghai's
waterfront) with its views of the Huang Pu river
traffic, enjoy walks through the Jade
and Yu Garden, visit a carpet and jade carving
factory, the delightful Children's Palace during school period.
- Xian is where Chinese history originated and
flourished. Previously the ancient capital of eleven dynasties and the starting
point for the famed Silk Road in the 7th century, Xian
is now most famous for its tomb of Emperor Qin Shi
Huang, the terra-cotta, this tomb was constructed in the 3rd century BC and
excavated in 1974, contains thousands of life-size soldiers and horses. Xian is also closed to the Neolithic village of the Banjo
people of some 6,000 years ago. Among other famous sites are the Dean Pagoda, Bell Tower
and the Huaqing Hot Springs.
- With stunning landscape, Guilin
served as an inspiration to China's
greatest artists and poets. The most spectacular views are to be on a cruise of
the Li River, which includes such natural wonders as Elephant's Trunk Hill and
Folded Brocade Hill. One of the highlights is a guided tour through the
underground Reed Flute Cave
with its dramatic stalactite and stalagmite formations.
- Renowned for its enchanting classical gardens and the lovely Grand Canal, Suzhou is known as the "Venice of the East. With
more than 150 exquisite gardens that combine traditional pavilions, temples and
rock sculptures. Your itinerary may included the observation of the meticulous
hand embroidering, watching the techniques involved in the making of silk or
- Filled with picturesque islands, temples and pagodas, its West
Lake district is a popular place to stroll and relax. The city is
also noted for China's
finest tea plantations, fragrant sandalwood fans and exquisite silks.
- Ancient capital of Tibet,
is nestled some 12,000 feet above sea level in the Gyi
Qu Valley amidst rough magnificent mountains and
crystalline lakes. Known as the City of the Sun, you'll have the opportunity to
visit the Potala
Palace, the fabled abode of the Dalai
Lama; the Drepung Monastery, one of the world's
largest cloisters; the Jokang Temple,
"Third Wonder of Lhasa" a 1300-year-old
holy shrine erected over a mysterious underground lake to shelter a golden
Where the Jialing
River meets the Yangtze, this is the
main port for Sichuan river trade &
Yangtze cruises, known as "the mountain city", sightseeing
attractions include South Hot Spring, Mt. Jinyun
and North Hot Spring. Spectacular view of the city of Chongqing can be viewed from the Pipa
- The Yangtze is the most historic and greatest river of Asia.
Traveling in style aboard River a deluxe cruise ship, you'll sail through one
of the most spectacular stretch of river Cruise scenery in the world. Among
some of the famous sights were:
Fengdu - "Ghost city" with fantastic temples of underworld
demons and gods. Visitors see temple complex & typical river town,
there is also a park with displays of the imagined lives in hell
Xiling Gorge - Longest gorge with
great rapids and odd rock formation, stretches from Xiangxi
Pass, including Sandouping, site of the new 3 Gorges Dam
White King City
- Ancient fortress guarding Sichuan,
overlooks the Qutang
River Small Gorges) 301 miles from Chongqing
where the Daning River meets the Yangtze, As on the
other tributaries of the region, spectacular gorges have been created, A motor
launch tour reveals great rustic beauty, local farming and, with luck, a
glimpse of wild monkeys
Wu Gorge - Misty precipices and the one of the favorite pinnacle : the Goddess
Peak, this is one of the
most photogenic and poetic passage between Sichuan & Hubei
Qutang Gorge - Grand cliffs tower
Shibaozhai - Gem of Chinese architecture., a fanciful wood red pavilion was built
against a protruding 220 meter rectangular rock with sheer cliffs on the north
bank, people can climb up to top of the pavilion by a spiral staircase
Dam) - Known as the "Gateway of the Three Gorges", Yichang lies at the eastern exit of Xiling
Gorge in west Hubei.
The first ever Gezhou Dam water conservancy project
of Yangtze River was completed near Yichang and the world renowned Three Gorges Dam Project is
under construction here, the Three Gorges Project is the largest hydroelectric
project in the world situated in Sandouping, 38km
upstream from the Gazhou Dam Lock. The whole project
are expected to be completed in the year of 2007
Facts about the Three Gorges Dam
Location - Sandouping
Village, between Yichang County
and Xiling Gorge, in Hubei Province
Height - 185 meters (606 feet)
Water Height - After completion the water will rise 175 meters (about
575 feet) above sea level
Materials needed for Construction - 10.82 million tons of cement,
1.92 million tons of rooled steel, 1.6 million cubic
meters of timber
Construction period - 15 to 18 years
- Wuhan lies where Han Shui
River and Yangtze
River merge with the scenic Snake Mount and Tortoise Mount stand
prominently and opposite to each other across the river. Among its noted
attractions is the Yellow-Crane
Tower in Wuchang, the tower has been widely celebrated by Chinese
poets throughout the ages
A GUIDE TO APPLICATION FOR A VISA
A. Basic Requirements
completed application form.
b. One recently taken two-inch half-length, bareheaded, full-faced
photo – must be photo quality with blank/light background and should be taken
within 2 months of application
c. A valid passport of at least 6 months
validity from completion of trip with enough blank pages.
B. The pertinent documents required for applications for visas of
different types are as follow (except the applications on which the mutual
agreement has been reached between China and foreign countries):
Tourism Visa (L)
a. In the light of some specific conditions or when necessary,
a certificate of reception from a Chinese travel service and the airline ticket
to the country (region) after leaving China. There are only one-entry and
two-entry tourism visas to China
in most cases, multiple entries are subject to case by
case review and approval.
b. An approval notice from China Tibet Tourism Bureau for
applying for a visa to travel to Tibet
Visit or Business Visa (F)
For single-entry or double-entry
visit or business visa, an invitation letter，invitation telegram or invitation card from the relevant
state departments of the PRC, local government above the level of township,
relevant companies, business entities or non-profit governmental organizations
is necessary for the application.
For multiple-entry visa, an applicant should apply with a letter of
introduction from his company, together with any of the following documents
(original copy required).
a. Notification of issuance of visa from relevant department
of the Chinese Government, or Government authorized company and organization.
b. License held by the applicant for doing business or
making investment in China or a certificate of approval of enterprise issued by
visa application form
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