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Home >> China Tour >> China City Tours >> Datong Tour >> One Day Sightseeing Trip Package To Yungang Caves & Huayan Temple

1 Day Private Datong Tour To Yungang Grottoes, Nine Dragon Screen And Huayan Monastery

Destinations: Datong
Tour Code: Datong_01
Departure: Daily

1. Tour Itinerary

Day 01 Datong (Lunch)
Arrive Datong in the morning, our guide will meet you at the railway station. Tour to the Yungang Grottoes, the Huayan Monastery, the Nine Dragon Screen and Shanhua Monastery. Transfer to your hotel or railway station, end of service.

Yungang Grottoes: They were carved over l,500 years ago when, as the capital of the Northern Wei Dynasty (386-534), Datong, then known as Pingcheng, was the centre of feudal autocracy in northern China. There are 53 caves, with 51,000 carved statues and bas-reliefs. Thousands of labourers and sculptors worked for 34 years to complete the carvings which provide abundant material for studying the dress, architecture, music, dances, and art of the time.
Huayan Monastery: Originally a grand temple, the Huayan Monastery was almost ruined in wars but its Hall of the Bhagavan's Teachings still remains today. Thirty-one statues made in the Liao Dynasty (916-1125), treasured examples of ancient clay figure making, are kept intact in the hall.
Nine Dragon Screen: The Nine-Dragon Screen made from coloured glazed tiles and bricks dates back over 500 years - some 300 years older and much larger than the Nine-Dragon Screen in Beihai Park, Beijing, which is also considered a national treasure. It is thought that the making of dragon screens originated in Datong where the industry is still in operation today.
Shanhua Monastery: The monastery was first built in A.D. 713-741 during the Tang Dynasty, the entire monastery is a well-proportioned, well-preserved complex. It contains more than thirty Buddhist statues sculptured during the Liao and Kin dynasties, the most noteworthy being covered in gold leaf.

2. Hotel Accommodation For This Tour

This tour does not include hotel accommodation.

3. Tour Price

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2. Your approximate travel date.
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4. Service Inclusions For The Above Tour:

1. Meal
Chinese lunch in local Chinese restaurant as specified in the itinerary.
2. Private Transport
Private transport between airport or railway station and hotel and all the sights by air-conditioned vehicle.

3. Entrance tickets
The main entrance tickets for the sights mentioned.
4. Guiding service
All normal sightseeing tours in each city with English-speaking guide and admission fees where applicable.
5. Insurance
China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance. We highly recommend that you purchase full coverage travel insurance from you country of origin.

5. Service Exclusions For The Above Tour:

1. Visa Fees
Charge of obtaining your visa to enter China.
2. Charge of arrival and departure
The international or domestic air / train charge of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room Supplement
Should a twin room is needed by a single guest, supplement of the twin room will be charged.
What is single supplement?
The hotel is based on double occupancy. If the visitor travels alone or the number of the travelers is odd (such as 3,5, 7...), who stays in one single room has to pay the single room supplement. As the hotel is on double occupancy.
4. Personal Expenses
Expenses of a personal nature such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional activities or sightseeing, overweight baggage charges or meals not indicated, ect.
5. Optional Programs
Optional programs which are not specified in the above itinerary.
6. Tips to guides and drivers
Tips depending on the service of your guide and driver, entirely voluntary.
7. Hotel accommodation


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