SOCIAL & ACCOMPANYING PERSONS PROGRAM


SOCIAL PROGRAM

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Registration Desk opens at 08.00
Welcome Social Dinner at 18.30
Conference Dinner
The conference dinner with typical local products will be served at Liuyuan hotel in Nanjing. This pleasant dinner will be the social highlight of the conference. Included in registration fee

Thursday, June 30, 2011

Social Event at 18.00
Dinner at the Mandarin Garden hotel and visit to the Waterscape of Qinhuai River.
The Mandarin Garden hotel represents the “classical, oriental demeanor and stylish airs of Chinese Mandarins”. The dinner will be followed by a tour along the outer Qinghuai River in a colorful pleasure-boat.
Included in registration fee

Friday, July 1,2011

Free evening We suggest to take Sightseeing Bus Route 1-5 to have a look at the highlights of Nanjing.
If you wish you may join us and dine in one of the local clubs.
Also, you may enjoy the newly restored 1912 District (close to the Conference Venue).

Not included in registration fee


DAILY EXCURSIONS FOR ACCOMPANYING PERSONS

IDaily Excursions for Accompanying Persons offer attractive trips around Nanjing and environs where you can experience the exquisite beauty of this part of China. You can get in contact with the local travel agency through the internet or you can arrange trips on your own once you have arrived in Nanjing.

Nanjing Tour
Nanjing, the capital of Jiangsu Province, is located on the south bank of the Yangtze River. It is one of the most delightful cities in China. Known as the Capital City of Six or Ten Dynasties in Chinese history, it is home to a variety of outstanding historical and cultural heritage sites such as imperial mausoleums, old temples, traditional gardens, and museums.

Yangzhou Tour

Yangzhou is located north of the Yangtze River, an hour bus ride northeast of Nanjing. Yangzhou was a major trade center on the Grand Canal. It is also famous for its beautiful women. Chinese emperors used to visit Yangzhou by boat to enjoy its distinct gardens and its architecture. The city reached its heyday as a salt distribution center during the Tang Dynasty some thousand years ago. The salt trade allowed the city to accumulate considerable wealth which triggered a flourishing arts and literary scene that continues to this day. Numerous museums, galleries, and art stores display extraordinary traditional works by local artists. Within China Yangzhou is renowned for its ornate lacquer ware. It can be purchased at shops throughout the city.

Suzhou Tour

Suzhou is located southeast of Nanjing in the center of the Yangtze Delta along the Grand Canal. Almost half of the city area is covered by water, including a vast number of canals, ponds and streams. Since the times of Marco Polo Suzhou is praised as the Oriental Venice. Lake Taihu borders the city to the west. As one of the four largest fresh water lakes in China it boasts scenic spots such as East Hill, West Hill, and many more parklike settings in its vicinity. Its mild climate, makes Suzhou a year round holiday destination, a paradise on earth.

Wuxi Tour
Wuxi is located to the southeast of Nanjing in the center of the Yangtze Delta along the Garnd Canal. Wuxi is a famous cultural city with a more than 3,000 years history. Wuxi is famous for the many private gardens or parks built by learned scholars and rich people in the past. Among them, Li Yuan, Mei Yuan are good examples that have been well preserved. Xihui Park, located at the foot of Xi Shan also houses historical relics, notably Jichang Garden. The city was built on the Taihu lake shore. Naturally the lake is a rich tourism resource. Famous spots include Yuantou Zhu (the Islet of Turtlehead), Taihu Xiandao (Islands of the Deities)

home | partners | committees | pre-conference tours (27-29 june 2011) | conference scientific program (29 june-3 july) | technical tours(3 july)|
abstracts | registration & accommodation | social program | daily excursions | general info | welcome to Nanjing China | dining out | after dinner | contacts

Copyright © 2009 All Rights Reserved. Powered by Orientlandscape