DAY 1 : KUALA LUMPUR – GUANGZHOU – SHENZHEN (L/D)
Arrive in Guangzhou in the morning. After a warm welcome, we will head to Shenzhen by private coach. Check into hotel for rest after a well prepared halal lunch. Our exploration start with Dongmen street with a history of 300 years, this shopping area is a mix of malls, boutiques, stores, cafes, and markets, providing its guests with almost everything they want.
DAY 2 : SHENZHEN (B/L/D)
The first place to go is Lotus Mountain Park; a clean, refreshing, open space with lush green carpet grass. Located on a gentle slope of Lotus Mountain, it has became the most popular place for relaxation. On the peak stands Deng Xiaoping Bronze Stature to memorize his brilliance & greatness to develop China. Stop by at Mineral Museum. Today’s prayer will be held at Shang Mei Lin Mosque, followed by a brief visit to Shenzhen Special Economic Zone 30 Anniversary Park. After some shopping time at Latex Factory Shop, we will head to Meridian View Center. Called ” Window of Shenzhen and Hong Kong”, you will get a breathtaking view these two cities on the 69th floor.
DAY 3 : SHENZHEN – GUANGZHOU (B/L/D)
The morning will be devoted to Bamboo Charcoal Store for healthcare products, following is a visit to Luo Hu Mall; the most popular market among foreign friends. We will then go back to Guangzhou. Yue Xiu Park will be the first place for sightseeing. Set on Yuexiu Mountain, this 213 acres area is the largest park in downtown. The seven hills and three man-made lakes inside is a perfect combination to feel nature. The “must-see” spotlight there is the Five Ram Sculpture; the symbol of Guangzhou city (also called five Ram City). Coming up next is Guang Ta Mosque; one of the oldest mosques in China with some shopping time at Jade Shop and Burning Cream Center, we will check into hotel for rest. the evening is for Shang Xia Jiu Shopping Street.
DAY 4 : GUANGZHOU (B/L/D)
The fourth day will begin with Shamian Island exploration. This isle is gazette historical area that serves as a tranquil reminder of the colonial European period, with quiet pedestrian avenues flanked by trees and lined by historical building in various states of upkeep. Another spotlight is Xi Guan House; as the residence of merchants and government official in old China, it is the best preserved building in Guangzhou. Coming up next is The Sage’s Tomb, built to commemorate Saad bin Abi Waqa’s contribution to Islam in China. And an exploration to Hai Yin Qiao Electronic World will be the last program of our day.
DAY 5 : GUANGZHOU – KUALA LUMPUR (B)
In the morning, our guide will accompany you to Guangzhou Bai Yun International Airport for the departure flight back home. Tour Ends.
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