Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce Announces “China 2009 Trip – An Adventure of a Lifetime”
(New Haven, CT) The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce (GNHCC) announced today that it is offering an all-inclusive trip to China in 2009 and invites the community to join them on this incredible adventure.
The nine-day, seven-night China trip runs from March 7-15, 2009 at a cost of $1,899.00 per person for Chamber members, $150 additional for non-members. It includes charter bus to and from JFK International Airport, round-trip air to China, airport tax and air transfers, 4 and 5 star hotel accommodations, hotel taxes, three meals daily, deluxe bus tours, English speaking tour guides, and admission tickets to tourist spots.
“Through a special partnership with Chamber member CITSLINC International, Inc., we have arranged this extraordinary vacation package at an amazing price for our Chamber members, their families and friends, or anyone simply looking for an adventure,” said Tony Rescigno, president, GNHCC. “We are thrilled to offer this terrific opportunity.”
The trip’s itinerary will include visits to Beijing, Tian An Men Square, the Temple of Heaven, the Palace Museum, Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, Kunming Lake, Longevity Hill, Seventeen-Arch Bridge, Marble Boat, The Great Wall, and Ming Tombs. After a flight to Shanghai and bus trip to Suzhou, the tour continues to the Lingering Garden, Tiger Hill, Hanshan Temple, the National Embroidery Institute, a boat cruise on West Lake, Yu Garden, and a business visit to the Pudong economic development zone. Optional tours are available at an additional cost.
The GNHCC will offer an informational meeting to answer questions about the trip on Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 5:30 p.m. at the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale, 155 Temple St., New Haven, CT. Travelers are encouraged to secure space early.
Price is based on double occupancy. A $200 per person non-refundable fee is due at time of registration and is included in the total fare. The trip balance is due before December 19, 2008. A valid passport is required. All travelers must have a Chinese Visa. Travelers may obtain their own visa or may obtain one through the GNHCC at an additional cost of $160 per person.
About the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce:
Established in 1794 the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce is the nation’s third oldest business organization. Representing almost 2,000 member businesses and organizations in 15 cities and towns in south central Connecticut, the Chamber continues to promote regional cooperation, economic development, improved transportation and infrastructure, as it pursues its goal of making Greater New Haven a great place to live, work and raise a family. For more information, visit www.gnhcc.com.
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