The ancient Grand Canal is a wonder of the ancient Chinese civilization, with a history of 2,400 years. The 1,700kilometer-long Grand Canal starts from Beijing and ends at Hangzhou. More than 90 well-decorated, comfortable dragon boats are ready to carry people to enjoy the beauty of the Grand Canal, and to learn more about the lifestyle and the folklore alongside. People can also learn cooking Chinese food on the boat.
Travel routes have been opened on the Grand Canal, including the Wuxi-Suzhou Trip, the Suzhou-Wuxi-Changzhou Trip, the Zhenjiang-Yangzhou Trip, the Night Traveling, and the Emperor's Leisurely Travel. One can travel by the boat by Emperor Yangdi of the Sui Dynasty, enjoying the imperial food.
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