by CNNGo staff
Now that the U.S. government has started streamlining the visa process for Chinese travelers, China's fast-growing tourism market has spotted a new way to zip about the United States: travel with fewer people but more focus.
One Shanghai-based travel agency recently launched a "U.S. TV show tour" on its website, grabbing the attention of Chinese netizens and U.S. TV series addicts.TV shows: travelers' window to the U.S.
The 10-day cross-country tour is organized by Yi Xiang Consultancy (??????), a travel agency specializing in high-end customized outbound trips, and is scheduled to take off on April 2.
Priced at RMB 19,800 (US$3,143), the 20-strong group is set to touch down in Los Angeles, where they can do V-sign poses in and around the Nokia Theater (where the 2011 Emmy Awards were presented), take in the Grammy Museum and swing by a certain TV set to catch the crew in action (Yi Xiang has yet to reveal the name of the TV show).
The group will then head to Las Vegas for the crime lab in "CSI," which wil be followed by a visit to San Francisco's Alcatraz Island.read more