Islamic Journey to Xi'an & Hong Kong

8 Days / 6 Nights

  Xi'an - Hong Kong

8 Days / 6 Nights   |  From SGD 1,788

Islamic Journey to Xi'an & Hong Kong

  Xi'an - Hong Kong

Stunning beauty of Xi'an!
DEPARTURE:
  • 2019: Mar 08 / Apr 18 / Jun 09

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS: 

  • FREE Travel Insurance 
  • Halal Meal
  • 2 FREE Days in Hong Kong
  • Meeting Imam Ma YiPing
  • Visiting Local Muslim
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ACCOMMODATION:

  • 4 night in Xi'an
  • 2 night in Hong Kong 

ITINERARY

DAY 1

SINGAPORE ✈ XI'AN

DAY 1 - SINGAPORE ✈ XI'AN

Check-in at Singapore

DAY 2

DAY 2 - XI'AN (MOB/MOB/DINNER)

Dongxinjie Mosque - It was first constructed by Hui people in 1939, rebuild and relocated to current location. The new Mosque has enlarged to the area of 3,700 square meters with a strong characteristic of Islamic style, and able to accommodate 600 people to do prayer at a time.

DAY 3

DAY 3 - XI'AN (BREAKFAST/LUNCH)

Terracotta Army - was constructed to accompany
the tomb of China’s First Emperor as an afterlife
guard. Thousands of detailed life-size models represent the army that united China at the end of the Warring States Period (476–221 BC).

Banpo Museum - the first Chinese museum built on the remains of prehistorical matriarchal villages. Being the largest Chinese Painted-Pottery Culture (aka Yangshao Civilization, about 6000 years ago, first found at Yangshao Village of Henan Province), the remains were found in
1952 and the site was opened as a museum in 1958. Of all the relics a ceramic basin with human face and fish painting is the most precious one, ranked among first-grade
national cultural relics.

Muslim street - The antique style architectures and authentic religious Muslim lifestyle are what to see and experience at the Muslim Street.
There are about 2,000 Muslims living in this community, and they still keep their pristine religious traditions and lifestyle. Architectures and houses along the streets which are built in the style of Ming and Qing dynasties.

DAY 4

DAY 4 - XI'AN (BREAKFAST/LUNCH/DINNER)

Hancheng Lake park - it is built along the two
banks of Hancheng Lake in the northwest of downtown Xi'an. In addition to beautiful natural landscapes, it houses many heritage sites dating from as far back as the Han Dynasty (202 B.C. - 220A.C.) and architecture built in Han style.

Xi’an Museum - the exhibition area of cultural relic covers more than 16,000 square metres with over 130,000 cultural objects. The centres on the museum with the theme of "the ancient capital of Xi'an" and represents Xi'an's thousand-year-old history of being the imperial city of 13 dynasties.

Small Wild Goose Pagoda Square - a national AAAA scenic spot and a world heritage site, the
pagoda survives from the Tang Dynasty (618-907)                                                                 
Big Wild Goose Pagoda Square, Music Fountain & Datan Everbright City - iconic landmark of the city & the biggest Musical Fountain in Asia.                                              

Tang Paradise - The 165 acres sites Tang Paradise not only claims to be the biggest cultural theme park in the northwest region of China but also the first royal-garden-like park to
give a full display of the Tang Dynasty's (618-907) culture.

DAY 5

DAY 5 - XI'AN (BREAKFAST/LUNCH/DINNER)

The Daming Palace - it was first built by Emperor Taizong (599-649) of the Tang Dynasty. In 2007, the government launched a project
to turn the historical Daming area into the Daming Palace National Heritage Park to reserve the area and allow people to enjoy the area, the park opened in October of 2010. There is a lot with miniature models of ancient architecture. There are a lot of models of traditional-looking buildings that are about a meter or a yard tall that people can walk around and look at.

Great Mosque of Xi'an - the biggest mosque in
China and one of the most important Islamic places of worship in China. The Great Mosque was added to the UNESCO Islamic Heritage List in 1985. It's construction started in 742 AD, during the Tang Dynasty, and additions were made during various dynasties, which makes it an ancient architectural complex representative of many periods of time. In the Tang dynasty, Islam was introduced to China by the Arabian merchants. Many Muslims settled in China and married Han people. The Great Mosque was constructed at that time to honor the founders of Islam in China Kaiyuan.

Local Muslim House Visit - Knowing the way of how local Muslim lives for centuries, architectures and houses built in the style of Ming and Qing dynasties. And see how they blended in well with 2 different cultures.

Shopping Mall - Knowing the way of how local
Muslim lives for centuries, architectures and houses built in the style of Ming and Qing  ynasties. And see how they blended in well with 2 different cultures.

Bell Square, Xi'an - it is the landmarks of Xi’an the Bell Tower of Xi'an, built in 1384 during the early Ming Dynasty, is a symbol of the city of Xi'an and one of the grandest of its kind in China. It is the largest and most preserved one among the many bell towers left over from ancient China.

Muslim Quarter - also known as Huimin Street. It's a main street with a few intersecting roads, so the Xi’an Muslim Food Street is the collective name for a number of streets, and it has become a famous attraction of Xi’an for its profound Muslim cultural atmosphere.

DAY 6

DAY 6 - XI'AN ✈ HONG KONG (BREAKFAST/LUNCH)

Xi’an City Wall - first built in the Sui-Tang Dynasties, the wall with a history of more than 1,400 years and is one of the oldest and best-preserved military defense systems of any ancient Chinese city.

DAY 7

DAY 7 - HONG KONG (BREAKFAST)

Free day at leisure!

DAY 8

DAY 8 - HONG KONG ✈ SINGAPORE (BREAKFAST)

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