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We organize a lot of high quality private tours. They are different sizes of family and friends groups, school groups, and organization/cooperate groups.

You can pick any places and request any services. We can design the best itineraries to meet your requirement. Our travel consultants in the US and tour operators in China work closly together to make your trips the most efficient and comfortable at the most affordable prices.

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Jul 17, 2012

Title: Aloha, thank you, had a wonderful time


Thank you for arranging the trip for us! We had a wonderful time!

I was telling Lori that the things Chinese people talk about on a trip are usually: Did you have fun, what did you eat, what did you do. And, in that order.

The trip was so much fun! For my kids, the highlights were The Embassy, The Toboggan ride down the Great Wall, the Bike Ride on the city wall in Xian, seeing the big animals in Beijing, and having free time to themselves in Hong Kong. We gave our 17 year old a key to the hotel, and the 11, 13, and 15 year girls a key. All took off on their own and had to be back to meet Mom and Dad after so many hours. They got lost together, ate together, and will remember it forever.

The food was wonderful! We tried so many different dishes with a wide variety of flavors. I wish our guides and driver would have eaten with us. We could have learned more about their lives and cultures. So much food was wasted and I did feel bad about that.

Our tour guides were wonderful. They are the ones that really make it or break it for a group this big. Please share my rave reviews with them. (Also, the driver in Beijing probably saved our lives more than once. He was exceptionally good.) One was always in front leading the pack and the national guide in the back to make sure we did not lose anyone. And when someone from the group had to stay behind to rest and take in the sights, a guide was right there to stay with them. Lily in Beijing was very friendly, informative, and she really went out of her way to get things when people asked for items not on the tour. I know she had to find those items after she left us at 8:00 at night, go out, get it and have it ready for us by 7:30 the next morning. She knew where to get really good chops made out of jade (the chop imprint was really really good), she got a special cream to heal things, she arranged for a massage in the hotel room, etc. In Xian we had another guide who was so informative and funny. He planned ahead, had excellent connections and used them for our benefit. He got us the best table in the house for the acrobat show. Right in front, right in the center. When we went to see the Terra Cotta Warriors, he used his connections to have the bus park right in front so we did not have to walk over a mile from the parking structure to get to the buildings. I left the group and Jeff the National Guide when we went to Shenzhen but Jeff was really good. He really kept everything on track. He did the small things so that no one else had to worry about it. Our final stop with the guide was to see the villages. Tommy did a great job, in my opinion. Please let him know. His job was unusual because not many people are able to find these obscure villages. We noticed that men only spoke with the men and women with the women. Well, for outspoken women from the US, it was a bit of a shock. You really do need Tommy to do those type of things for you if you want to find the villages. I know Suzanne was quite pleased when he got her to both of her villages too. I liked being in Toisan and having free time after lunch. Rudy and I took Mary Morgan and our son into the city to wander around. It was a lot of fun! We wandered around the local streets and somehow found the hardware section. Hidden among that was someone selling odds and ends. I found a wonderful piece of jade with brass around the outside and inside. It may not be worth it to anyone else but it came from my parent’s hometown so it means the world to me. We were also able to find a place that gave us a 2 hour massage for $14. My girls stayed behind and got to eat at McDonald’s which I am sure they appreciated very much. In our family, a craving for hamburger, a coke, and fries is a welcome surprise after 10 days of Chinese food. Tommy also gave the group time to do shopping at night in Zhuhai. Many people did not take advantage of it but we did. Found amazing things with Lori’s family. It was 3 blocks from the border so we walked to the crossing area and found so many shops. Rudy took our kids go cart racing and to the electronic section to look around. The guides did their best to show us their hometowns and it was appreciated.

Everyone had a fun time and split up in Hong Kong. I took one family with me to the Ladies Market at night (Lori’s) and Audrey’s family the next morning to the Jade Market , a place on her list that she wanted to eat at on the Kowloon side which was a block away from the hotel, and a massage place 50 yards away from the YMCA. We were even able to get Shakey’s Pizza a half a block from the YMCA. Rudy managed to find a restaurant called Macau Restaurant a block away from the YMCA and all 28 of us were able to eat at the same time. And our time away from the group was a lot of fun. We did a lot but at a slower pace. Sometimes, like you said, you just need a little downtime to take in the sights that others may not want to see.

Your company went over and beyond what I expected.



(Itinerary: HCC01 The Discovery of China 8 Days, Beijing - Xian, plus extension to Guangdong.)

May 6, 2012

Hi Sophia,

Wanted to let you know that we really had a good time on our China trip. The tour guides were excellent, the hotels were first rate, and we had for the most part good weather. We really got the VIP treatment in that we were the only people on the tour.

Should we hear of anyone interested in going to China we will definitely recommend you and Holiday China China.

Tom & Carol Swim

Oct 26, 2011

Hi Jack,

I just realized that we've been back from China for over a month and I never got around to telling you how fabulous our trip was. Every last detail worked out wonderfully and China is now a very fond memory. Thank you for organizing such a great itinerary for us.

I especially want you to know how impressed we were with our guides and drivers. Our first guide, Sunny, in Beijing, really stood out. Her English was very good and she has been a guide for about 10 years. She was so knowledgeable about history, architecture, art, politics, the age of trees, etc. She was very patient with us, as we wanted to do and see everything. She got a lot of exercise with us, and never complained. She also worked long hours. We didn't realize right away that she had to take public transportation to and from our hotel to where she lived. I know that her travel time was over an hour each way to get to our hotel, but she never seemed tired. Mr Woo was our first driver, and then Mr.Young. Both were excellent, and we always felt safe in the traffic of Beijing. I don't know how they always managed to be so prompt in picking us up, but they were.

Peter, who was our guide in Guilin and Yangzhou was young and new to being a tour guide. He did a great job though. He went out of his way to upgrade our tickets to the Impressional Sanijie Liu. As a matter of fact, we were so tired that night we almost didn't go to the show. But Peter wouldn't let us skip it and we are so thankful. That show was a highlight of our entire trip. We're still talking about that performance. One of Peter's cousins was one of the fishermen in the show so that gave us a little perspective about the show and the village that it's in.

Sophie, our guide, and Mr. Jung, the driver, in Hangzhou, were great. Mr. Jung stayed with us throughout our days in Shanghai as well. Our final guide, Ruby, took us around Shanghai. By then, we were exhausted and the weather turned rainy. Ruby was very agreeable about changing plans when our boat tour was cancelled, and we were too wet to stay downtown for dinner. She took us back to our hotel so we could change into dry clothes and eat near the hotel. Shanghai is so big, it's not easy or convenient to change plans, but Ruby managed.

We're so glad toured China on our own with your guildes. We felt like we really saw a lot that we couldn't have managed in a large group. For example climbing up some of the stairs to view points or temples would have been impossible with a large crowd. We were often the only people in some of the incredible places. We could also take our time when we really loved something, and leave quickly if we didn't enjoy it. The trip was perfect!!

Thank you so much for your efforts in planning our adventure.

Jamar Pearson

(New York State)

Private customized tour. Itinerary: Beijing - Guilin - Hangzhou - Shanghai

November 5, 2009

Dear Jack Chen,

I am writing this letter on behalf of my family and myself to personally thank you for arranging out itinerary for the trip that we had just returned from China.

It was my family's first time to China, and I wanted them to experience their trip with an organized tour that would enable them to experience the many reknown sites that China is known for in the short time that they had, that is why I chose your company.

We were greeted immediately from departing from our plane in China, and it was very easy to reconigize the Holiday China China flag that you had told us to look for. Since it is a bit difficult for me to do a lot of walking, the tour guide helped me obtain a wheelchair to bring along with on each of the tour site. Every request from myself or my family was granted with sincere service. I had requested to dine at a restaurant in Xian so that my family could experience the hand made noodles that are well known in that region and our tour guide Mr. Leo Zhang made a few inquiries and was able to accommodate my request.

I have mdae several trips to China, some using your company and I would again highly recommend your services and company to any of my extended family and friends. Thank you for taking such good care of me and my family. I look forward to my next trip to China and working with you and Holiday China China again.


George Woo

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Hello Jack,

I missed your call on the other day, I hope you just wanted to wish us a good trip, indeed we do, the weather finally cool off in Xian, we tour the temple and the city wall, we were taking back to the hotel to relax before dinner and a show of some sort.

So far so good, all the tour guides are nice and professional, some are better other, but so far we are impress with this one from Xian.  Hotels are all nice except the one in Shanghai for us, everyone else's rooms are roomy, ours was small, but it was only for a couple of nights, so it was no big deal, we are payoff today though with an upgrade to a suite, so can't complaint.

Food are getting closer to our taste, Beijing's meals were plain, and we learned that seafood is very expensive here, I guess we were spoiled with home's choices of seafood, I guess we'll wait till we go home for them.

So much for now, just thought I let you know that everyone are ok, I'm glad to have the national tour guide, because our flight from Beijing to Shanghai was canceled and he took care of all the bookings and we arrived there about 3 hours late, but we were able to complete all places on the itinerary, no worry.

Lien Do

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Good afternoon, Jack

Will you be in your office this Saturday, July 18? If so, we would like to come visit you and tell about the good trip we had.

Thank you

Linda Matson