Changchun is the capital of Jilin province in China and the most important tourist destination for Northeast China. It’s made up of 7 districts, 1 county and 2 county-level cities, boasting a population over 7,674,439. Changchun means “long spring” in Chinese. Apart from Changchun’s major role in the domestic automobile industry, it is awarded by the Ministry of Construction of China as one of four “National Garden Cities” because of its high city greening rate. If you have free time along your journey, taking a Changchun tour is a must. Check out our itinerary below if it suits your fancy.
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Ready for day 1 of your Changchun tour? As a common courtesy, today Sublime China picks you up at your downtown hotel in Changchun. From here we escort you to take on our one-day city exploration.
Firstly, we will visit Changchun World Sculpture Park, a site that covers an area of approximately 100 hectares, located in southern Changchun. Famous for it's picturesque backdrop, it features 452 sculptures designed by 402 sculptors coming from 216 regions. You'll find different shapes and extraordinarily diverse styles standing at this charming park, truly an extraordinary experience. Feel free to snap a selfie, or 10 or more! From here your Changchun tour group navigates to a nearby local restaurant to enjoy your Chinese lunch for a well-deserved rest.
In the afternoon we trek over to Jingyue (Clear Moon) Pool Park, also known as “Sparkling Emerald Pearl”, often regarded as a “sister” to Tainwan’s Sun and Moon Pool.
Picturesque and often praised as one of Changchun's hidden treasures, it's an attraction that is becoming more and more popular, attracting tourists with its fairyland landscape. It's lush forest, green mountains and clear water offer a tranquil ambiance, it's scenic environment is truly breathtaking, to say the least.
Next, your Changchun tour will escort you to the Museum of the Imperial Palace of the Manchu State. It is a AAAAA scenic area trumpeted by the China National Tourism Administration, featuring imperial styled architecture, lavish gardens and plush courtyards. The palace was created by the Imperial Japanese Army for China’s last emperor Puyi to live as his role as Emperor of Japanese puppet state of Manchukuo. When you visit, our tour guide will share exactly how important the Imperial Palace was in Chinese history.
After visiting Imperial Palace, your Changchun tour guide will escort you back to your hotel; ending your one-day trip in beautiful Changchun.
To book a Changchun tour or for more information on any of our China tours please call 1-888-373-6882.