Rochester Chamber China trip planned for October

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The Great Wall of China will be one of the most spectacular attractions to be visited. (Courtesy photo)

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce has announced an October trip to China. The Chamber is partnering with Citslinc International Inc. to provide a 9-day, all-inclusive tour of Beijing, Suzhou, Hangzhou and Shanghai for $2,499 per person. Citslinc is one of the largest providers of foreign tours to China and works exclusively with over 800 Chambers of Commerce in Canada and the United States.

This fully escorted trip is meant to be an introduction to the people, history, culture, commerce and daily life of this exciting country. The itinerary is packed with sights and activities that will give you a full and rewarding experience. There will also be an opportunity for chamber members to make business contacts in China. The group will visit Tiananmen Square, the Temple of Heaven, The Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Ming Tombs, the Bund and much more. The trip departs on Oct. 19 and returns Oct. 27. The trip includes:

  • Roundtrip International airfare from Boston Logan Airport
  • 4- and 5-Star Hotel Accommodations
  • Three meals per day
  • All tour fees
  • Deluxe in-country transportation and local airfare
  • Experienced English-speaking tour guides
  • Entrance fees for attractions
  • All taxes and airport fees

The deadline for registration is Aug. 1, 2019. Prices are based on two-person shared accommodation, single occupancy is available for an additional charge of $500. An additional charge of $200 will apply to those wishing to add the Terra-Cotta Warriors itinerary. All tax and post departure travel insurance is included. Free shuttle bus service will be provided on departure and return day. An orientation meeting will be held on March 6 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express in Rochester.

For more details on the trip, visit or contact the Chamber office by phone at 603-332-5080 or by e-mail at

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