China for Executives

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9 Days
Beijing, Shanghai, Suzhou
About this Journey

A top choice amongst our partner MBA programs, this itinerary gives groups an understanding of China and plenty of experiences that generate commonalities between foreign and local executives. We’ve included all the major sites such as the Great Wall, the Shanghai Bund as well as lots of engaging hands-on activities. Groups are housed in 5-star boutique accommodations ensure supreme comfort without sacrificing the authenticity of a Chinese experience. 

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Learning Objectives
  • Business & Economics
Program Details

Day 1: Peking Duck Welcome Dinner

– Fly into Beijing and make your way to hotel on your own.
– Gather in hotel lobby and depart for Peking duck Welcome dinner where you will meet your WildChina program guide

Day 2: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City & Hutong Exploration

– Gaze across Tiananmen Square and take in the full weight of its historical and cultural significance
– Enter the Forbidden City, where emperors ruled, concubines fluttered their fans, and
eunuchs schemed for five hundred years
– Ascend Coal Hill in Jingshan Park for a panoramic view of the Forbidden City
– Get lost in Beijing’s Hutongs which, antiquated and interwoven, make up the fabric of
Beijing’s past with WildChina expert.
– Pub crawl Hutong bar Hopping.

Day 3: Champagne Picnic Lunch on the Great Wall

– Drive to Great Wall and enjoy picnic lunch with Champagne
– Make your way along the iconic Mutianyu section of the Great Wall, and if interested end your hike with an exhilarating toboggan ride downhill.
– Dinner at Haidilao First AI-Themed Restaurant in Beijing

Day 4: Private Taichi Lesson & Temple of Heaven

– Channel your energy into a private Taiji lesson with a master at the Temple of Heaven, alongside line dancers and kite fliers, and explore the temple grounds afterwards
– Delve into the heart of Beijing’s contemporary art scene at the 798 Art District with a contemporary art expert provided by WildChina

Day 5: Shanghai Bund Exploration

– Take fast train from Beijing to Shanghai
– Watch the reflections of the jewel-encrusted Shanghai cityscape dance across the river as you take a stroll along the Bund, beneath the flicking skyline
– Enjoy Dim Sum dinner at Ding Tai Fung.

Day 6: Shanghai Tower & Summit 632 visit

– Catch a panoramic view of the Shanghai skyline from the Shanghai Tower and get on the floor of Summit 632
– Visit Biggest Starbucks in Shanghai
– For history buffs and art aficionados, the Shanghai Museum’s extensive Chinese art collection is sure to impress, so take your time exploring the various exhibitions with an expert provided by WildChina
– Wander the maze of pavilions and arched bridges of Yu Garden, the most complete classical garden in urban Shanghai
– Gaze in awe at the ERA Acrobatics show with VIP seats, which fuses traditional Chinese arts and modern technologies for an explosive effect

Day 7: Zhouzheng Ancient Garden

– Rise early and travel to Suzhou, a verdant city which hours the lion’s share of China’s traditional Chinese Gardens.
– Wander through Zhuozheng Garden, a secluded sprawl of classical verdure created by an imperial historian seeking solace
– Step into the Nets and Master Garden, a compact garden designed by Fengshui masters.
– Take your time at Suzhou Museum, a series of cascading white stucco walls, glass panes and footbridges spun together by the illustrious I.M.Pei.
– Unwind on a boat ride along the Suzhou section of the Grand Canal.
– Return to Shanghai.

Day 8: Zhujiajiao Water town Visit

– Take a break from Shanghai’s towering, neon-lit high rises with a visit to the idyllic water town of Zhujiajiao.
– Head to Tianzifang to feel the local pulse, browsing clothing and handicrafts fashioned by local designers and visiting the burgeoning art galleries.

Day 9: Departure

– Make your own way to airport for flight to home.


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