China Southern Specials to Europe

Rate : from $4,300

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Airfare Details

Valid Until 01Jan00
Departure Until

31Dec12

Minimum/Maximum Stay

Minimum Stay: Nil
Maximum Stay: 12 Months

Children

Child discounts may vary, please ask your specialist for details.

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Travel in Business class to Paris or Amsterdam with China Southern Airlines. Valid for sale until 28Sep12 on departures until 31Dec12. All flights are via Guangzhou in China’s South, bordering Hong Kong.

Business Class

To: From: Sydney, Melbourne,

Perth and Brisbane 

Europe*

$4,995

Europe*: London, Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Manchester, Rome, Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen, Madrid, Zurich, Vienna, Brussels, Prague, Helsinki, Athens, Dublin, Luxembourg, Warsaw, Lisbon and Bucharest.

Other Destinations in Europe may be available. ask your specialist for details.

All prices above are PER PERSON and exclude taxes.
Taxes are approx $500-$850 and will vary depending on departure and arrival cities
Outbound blackout periods applies between 20Oct12 to 01Nov12.

ALL above fares are PER PERSON and INCLUDE all fuel surcharges and taxes.¬†Rates are subject to high season surcharges, availability and changes without notice.¬†Advertised rates are based on the lowest available fare and may differ at time of booking. All featured ‚Äúfrom‚ÄĚ prices are based on the lowest priced routing for the destination(s) listed. Taxes may increase if stopping over at a destination, returning from an alternative port or if not paid in full at time of booking. Other travel dates may be available at an additional cost. Please ask one of our Travel Specialists for full details, terms and conditions.

You can use our online booking engine to search for availability or book online (Not available for mixed class fares). If rates differ from advertised fares, it may be due to conditions of the fares or limited availability of the lowest fares on the dates requested. Call us to help you find the best fares for suitable dates. Call us if you are booking flights departing within 3 working days. Seats are held when using the online booking engine, however tickets are not issued instantly, our Travel Specialists will contact you to confirm full details and preferred payment method before issuing tickets.

 

72 Hour Visa Free Stopover

A great way to sample the excitement of Canton. 72 Hour Transit without visa is now available to Australian passport holders wishing to stopover in Guangzhou/Guangdong Province.

Passengers must hold confirmed ticketed onward international flights.

Application forms are available at the China Southern check in counters.

Please ask your travel specialist for more details.

 

 

Guangzhou is on the coast of the South China Sea and 182 kilometers away from Hong Kong, it is China's largest and most prosperous city in the south,an important seaport for foreign trade and a famous historical and cultural city over 2,000 years old. It hosts annual spring and autumn exports trade fairs. It has convenient land, water and air transport. International air routes link it to Bangkok, Manila, Singapore, Sidney and Melbourne. Daily flights, trains, ships and hovercraft go beween the city and Hong Kong. Guangzhou is located within the Tropic of Cancer and has no real winter. It grows three crops of rice a year and plenty of fruits. Flowers are in bloossm all the year round, so Guangzhou is called "the City of Flowers." Visitors enjoy the beautiful sub-tropical scenery. Its spots of interest include Yuexiu Park, Guangxiao Temple, the Octagonal Flower pagoda in the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees, the Dagoba at Huaishen Temple, and the Mount BaiYun Scenic Area in the city, and Zhaoqing Seven-Star Rock, Foshan Ancestral Temple and Conghua Hot Spring outside the city.

 

Attractions


  • Guangzhou Grand World Scenic Park
  • Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall
  • Luhu Golf Course
  • Shangxiajiu Street
  • Chen Clan Temple
  • Xiangjiang Safari Park
  • Guang Xiao Temple


  • Pearl River Day & Night Cruise
  • World Trade Centre
  • Big Hippo Water World
  • Baiyun Mountain
  • Guangzhou Friendship Store
  • Trade Fair Centre
  • Chime-Long Night Zoo


 

Events in Guangzhou

Spring festival flower fair

Guangzhou has long been praised as a “flower city" and the Spring Festival flower fair held every year has attracted the attention from at home and abroad There is an old saying there, "No flower fairs, no Spring FestivalThe flower fair usually starts three days before the Spring Festival. The New Year's Eve is the climax of flower market, when huge crowds of people surge to the street. It is customary for most of the families to visit the fair after the reunion dinner on the New Year's Eve and buy a potted tree with tangerines hanging on it. The tangerine symbolizes good luck and wealth to the local people and the chrysanthemum symbolizes longevity.

 

New Year Firework

Guangzhou New Year fireworks entertainment is usually held on the first day of the first month of Chinese calendar, lasting from 20:30 to 21:00. People who come from far and near pour into Bai’e Pool to enjoy a spectacular display of fireworks, celebrating the joyous spring festival. At 8:30 in the evening that day, all the lights on the square black out and the sky soon shines with the light from the fireworks. A variety of colorful fireworks crackle across the sky, bringing people a tender, romantic, holy and pure feeling.

 

Canton Fair Trade

China Import and Export Fair is also renowned as the Canton Fair. It is held biannually in Guangzhou every spring and autumn. The Fair is a comprehensive one with the longest history, the highest level, the largest scale, the most complete in exhibit variety, the broadest distribution of overseas buyers and the greatest business turnover in China.

 

Things to do in Guangzhou

Yuexiu Park/ Mountain lotus/ Changlong international Circus/Chimelong Paradise/Shamian Groups of Buildings

 

Guangzhou Stopover Accommodation

Guangzhou Hotel Search>>

For more information regarding Guangzhou stop over accommodations, please contact one of our Travel Specialists.

 

Destinations Nearby

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 Business Class

 

A380 Business Class - Your "Couch in the Air"

The new generation of "intelligent seating" in a 1-2-1 configuration is designed to ensure that all seats have aisle access. Seats can be laid down into a fully flat bed. Annular placement of seat with upper deck privacy creates an independent "private room".

  • Each seat length is 75" or 85" with width of 24"
  • The adjustable privacy divider between the very centre adjacent two seats allows you to control the degree of privacy and openness you prefer
  • Built-in amenities such as literature pocket, reading light, laptop stowage, USB port and power outlet
  • 15" digital widescreen TV

 


B787 Business Class - Roomy Space to Rest and Relax

The Business Class seat can recline 180 degrees into a comfortable fully flat bed that ensures you a good night's sleep.
  • Adjustable built-in seat reading lamp
  • Beverage stand, magazine shelf and shoe stowage
  • 15" personal TV

 

A330 Business Class - Sweet Dreams with Comfortable Seating

Lay down the deluxe and comfortable seat into a bed at a touch of a button.
  • 24 comfortable seats in a 2-2-2 configuration
  • Spacious seats and roomy space
  • The AVOD in-flight entertainment system brings cinematic experience

 

 

Lounge Access

Enjoy exclusive lounge access when you fly China Southern Business Class. For information regarding Lounge Access with China Southern Airlines please contact on of our Travel Specialists.

 

Baggage Information

Baggage allowance will change depending on your desired routing and chosen fare, please ask your Travel Specialist for exact information regarding luggage allowances for your flights.

 
 

Call a First and Business Class Airfare Specialist on 1300308081 and Quote #12629

(During Business Hours)