Feng Shui Journey to Beijing, Hangzhou, and Shanghai



October 11 - 22, 2019


Beijing, Hangzhou, Pu tuo Shan Island and Shanghai, China

2019-10-11 10:00:00 2019-10-22 18:00:00 America/Los_Angeles Feng Shui Journey to China With Amanda Collins China International Feng Shui School amandacollins.me@gmail.com

Join us for a magical and transformational Journey to China, the heart of Feng Shui, where is was born and receive your own Feng Shui initiation. The International Feng Shui School in conjunction with Amanda Collins, Feng Shui Designs and China Studies, are offering the ultimate travel experience. Walk the narrow pathways of remote temples, the smell of incense and prayerful chanting enhancing your discoveries. Observe ancient sites with a new appreciation for design and purpose. Experience entire communities still living in the spirit of Feng Shui. Meet with unique individuals practicing the art of Feng Shui in the mystical land of its origin, expanding your Feng Shui knowledge.

The balance of the trip is to be paid by check or bank transfer
If you wish to pay by credit card there is 2.9% charge

Your Trip includes:

  • 11 Nights Hotel accommodations throughout the tour
  • 4/5 Star Hotel on double occupancy
  • American Breakfast each day
  • Lunches and Dinners as noted in itinerary
  • English speaking tour guides throughout the tour
  • All coach transfers and train travel as outlined in itinerary
  • Airfare, airport transfer and taxes for internal flight/s as outlined in itinerary
  • Beijing – Hangzhou airfare and airport tax
  • Pu Tuo Shan – Zhujiajian round trip ferry tickets
  • Entrance fees for all excursions and cultural activities as outlined in itinerary
  • Classes with Feng Shui Masters
  • All rituals and Ceremonies
  • Journey into Feng Shui Certification
  • Price does not include:

  • Any excursions or meals not noted in itinerary
  • International Airfare
  • Gratuities
  • Passport and visa fees
  • Here’s how it breaks down:

    Thursday, October 11th

    • Beijing: 4 Nights
    • Arrive at Beijing International Airport
    • Check into hotel and get a good night’s rest
    • Free Evening

    Friday, October 12th

    • Morning Orientation before departing hotel
    • Tour Tian An Men Square
    • Practice dowsing on the main Dragon Line
    • Connecting to the Dragon Throne in the Forbidden City
    • After lunch, wander the famous ancient architecture of the Forbidden City
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Saturday, October 13th

    • Visit the Sacred Way, a grand protective entrance to the Ming Tomb area
    • Walk the grand entrance of the one mile path through the willow trees and protective statues
    • Take in the silence so rare to Beijing
    • On our way to the Great Wall we will stop for lunch and a tour through a Jade Factory where we will learn about the various types of Jade
    • Onward! We will travel to the outskirts of Beijing to walk the steps of the Great Wall
    • We will be just in time to observe the sunset from such an amazing location
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Sunday, October 14th

    • Visit Yong He Gong -Lama Temple, the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple complex outside of Tibet. The temple is a “living” temple, which is that it is a working temple not a museum. The temple is home to solely Tibetan and Mongolian monks
    • Free time to browse the shopping streets surrounding the Temple
    • In the afternoon we will take a rickshaw tour through a local neighborhood and see up close the old Hutongs of Beijing
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Monday, October 15th

    • Hangzhou: 2 Nights
    • Morning flight to Hangzhou, one of the most beautiful cities in China and home to the famed West Lake and world class gardens
    • Visit the Six Harmonies Pagoda on West Lake and take in the gorgeous views of the lake
    • Enjoy some free time until dinner
    • Breakfast, Dinner

    Tuesday, October 16th

    • Morning visit to the Yin Ling Temple of the Medicine Buddha
    • After lunch we will set out for a tour of the tea fields of the Dragon Well Tea Plantation
    • Dragon Well is the premium tea of the Emperor
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Wednesday, October 17th

    • Travel to nearby Wuyi Water Town
    • Wuyi is an ancient style rural village built upon and surrounded by water
    • Take a small boat along the river and view this small village as in the past
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Thursday, October 18th

    • Pu tuo Shan Island: 3 Nights
    • In the morning we will travel by coach to Ningbo Harbor to continue our tour to Pu tuo Shan Island
    • This island is the spiritual home of the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin for over 1,000 years
    • This small island is off the beaten path of tourists and is primarily visited by Buddhist Pilgrims
    • Breakfast, Dinner

    Friday, October 19th

    • During our time on sacred Pu Tuo Shan we will visit many of its sacred grottos, temples, a nunnery and more
    • Each visit to this island we have made takes on its own unique story, with help from the Bodhisattva herself
    • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Saturday, October 20th

    • Shanghai: 2 Nights
    • Travel to Shanghai
    • Explore Shanghai and choose your own dinner this evening!
    • Breakfast

    Sunday, October 21st

    • Visit Tianzifang, a touristic arts and crafts enclave that has developed from a renovated traditional residential area in the French Concession area of Shanghai
    • Spend the afternoon and meet back at the hotel for farewell dinner
    • Breakfast, Dinner

    Monday, October 22nd

    • Transfer to airport for flight home
    • Breakfast

    About the places we will visit:

    The Forbidden City

    The Forbidden City is a palace complex in central Beijing, China. The former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty—the years 1420 to 1912, it now houses the Palace Museum. The Dragon Throne is the term used to identify the throne of the Emperor of China. As the dragon was the emblem of divine imperial power, the throne of the Emperor, who was considered a living god, was known as the Dragon Throne.

    The Sacred Way

    The Sacred Way of Beijing Ming Tombs measures about four miles long and is led to Changling Mausoleum. As the best preserved and most complete one in China, Divine Road, starting from a stone archway, is the first scenic sight of the Ming Tomb, and is lined with 12 human stone statues and 24 animal figures.

    Lingyin Temple

    The Lingyin Temple is one of the oldest and most significant ancient Buddhist temple of China. As the largest of several temples in Hangzhou’s Wulin Mountains, with its the long history and charming scenery, Lingyin Temple attracts thousands of visitors and Buddhist faithful every day.

    Wuyi Water Town

    Surrounded by rivers, lakes and canals, three parts of China comprise a “golden triangle” of historical towns that mostly run on the water. Shanghai, Suzhou and Hangzhou form this pyramid-shaped area known as the “Venice of the East,” filled with thousands of years of history and cities built around complex canal systems.

    Six Harmonies Pagoda

    Six Harmonies Pagoda is a representative ancient pavilion-style tower in China, located on Yuelun Mountain to the south of the West Lake and facing Qiantang River. It is one of the three renowned pagodas in Hangzhou, together with another two around the West Lake, Baochu Pagoda and Leifeng Pagoda.


    Tianzifang is an artsy area housing bars, cafes, crafts shops, design studios, galleries and boutiques in the Old French Quarter. The area retains an “organic and original” feel because the area hasn’t been markedly reconstructed in recent years. Old buildings, alleys and streets mix with later Chinese additions piled on.

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