See the best of China in a lap of luxury with Peninsula Hotels


Aren’t we all so sick of the boring tour packages being offered all around? If like us, you too equate travel with new discoveries and unfelt experiences, here’s a piece of news that can help you plan your next trip with ease. In an endeavor to present a fresh travel programme that envelopes culture, gastronomy and family time all in one stride, Peninsula hotels and Imperial travels are here with a unique new deal. As part of their novel association, the travel giants invite guests to embark on an exciting journey to explore three major cities in Asia from the luxury and comfort of a Gulfstream 450 private jet.


Via the itineraries for the planned tours, namely: The 10-day Culinary Voyage (May 2017), Family Tour (July 2017) and Culture and Heritage (September 2017), the brands ensure guests an unparalleled access to the finest gastronomic, cultural and family travel experiences in Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou and VIP privileges at The Peninsula hotels in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing.

The first in the lot is the Culinary voyage (costing $26,050 per person based on double occupancy) that promises guests an exclusive sampling of native dishes along with a chance to meet and cook with renowned chefs. As a part of the trip, one can savor canopies and champagne onboard a cruising harbor in Hong Kong and also get to dine at the Two-Michelin starred Yi Long Court in Shanghai.

On a different note, the Family tour (costing $102,120 per person based on double occupancy) contains an assortment of experiences for all age groups ranging from playing table-tennis with a former Chinese Olympian to learning to paint with a contemporary artist, from feeding pandas to cooking Chinese food with a Peninsula Chef. With a varied agenda, this trip holds good for those seeking some valuable family time.

Lastly, the Culture & Heritage tour (costing $25,530 per person based on double occupancy) embarks travelers on a journey to The Forbidden City and Summer Palace, a private section of the Great Wall of China and the Shanghai Museum. Ideal for networking, the tour also provides ample opportunities to meet the who’s who of the entrepreneurial and conservatory world of China. If a Chinese holiday was anywhere in your pipeline, you know where to look!