Upon your arrival in Beijing,
our tour guide will meet you at Beijing airport
or railway station. After claiming your luggage,
you will easily find our guide holding a welcome
sign with your name on it. Be transferred to your
+ Lunch + Dinner)
Full day sightseeing tour
of the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), the Tiananmen
Square and the Summer Palace. Enjoy the Beijing
Duck Dinner. Optional program in the evening: Peking
Opera, Kungfu Show or Chinese Acrobatics.
City: Also known as the Imperial Palace or the
Palace Museum. It is the most visited attraction
for any Beijing tour. The construction of Forbidden
City took 14 years and was finished in 1420. In
the following years, 24 emperors, 14 in the Ming
Dynast and 10 in the Qing Dynasty lived in the palace.
It is the biggest and best-preserved cluster of
ancient buildings in China; and it covers 720,000
square meters with 800 buildings and 9,000 rooms
Square: With a length of 880m and a width of
500m, it used to be the forecourt of the imperial
palace in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Tiananmen
Square holds the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, the National
Museum of China, the Great Hall of the People, and
the Monument of the National Heroes. To the north
of the square is the Forbidden City and to the south
the Temple of Heaven.
Palace: The biggest and the best-preserved imperial
garden in China. It covers a total area of 290 hectares.
UNESCO added this site to the World Heritage List
in 1998. There is a very large lake named Kunming
Lake in Summer Palace. In summer, visitors can take
a cruise by a boat on the lake, and in the winter
they can skate across its frozen expanse. The highly
attractive 17 Arch Bridge links the lake's eastern
shore to South Lake Island. The Summer Palace is
an icon of classical Chinese architecture in terms
of both garden design and construction.
Travel to the Mutianyu Great
Wall and the Ming Tombs. See the appearance of the
Bird's Nest (Olympic National Stadium) at a distance.
Great Wall: Located 73 km north of central Beijing, it is approx a 1.5 hours drive from the city. It was first built in Northern Qi Dynasty (550-577), and was restored in the early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). This section of the Great Wall is less crowded than the nearby Badaling or Juyongguan sections. Mutianyu's 2.5 kilometer stretch of the Wall allows you to walk for more than 1 hour as you explore 23 original-style watchtowers.
Tombs: Located about 50 kilometers to the
north of Beijing, they are mausoleums of thirteen
Emperors of Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) with 500-year
history. The Ming Tombs cover a total area of
120K square kilometers and were listed as a World
Heritage site by UNESCO in 2003.
Sight-seeing tour to the
Temple of Heaven, Yonghegong Lama Temple and have
a Hutong trip by rickshaw.
of Heaven: It is a circular construction,
the 38-metre-high Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests
which is topped by a triple-eaved roof. No beams
or purlins were used in the construction of the
hall. Instead, the whole structure is supported
by wooden mortise and tenon joints and wooden
brackets on huge pillars. Another impressive structure
in the Temple of Heaven is the Imperial Vault
of Heaven with glazed colour tiles. Leading to
the entrance of the Imperial Vault of Heaven are
the Three Echo Stones . Surrounding the structure
is the Echo Wall where visitors can stand and
hear their whispers echo long distances along
Lama Temple: The only temple in Beijing to
have its own subway stop, also called Yonghe Lamasery,
or Yonghe Gong, is the most handsome and impressive
Buddhist temple in the city. The Lama Temple was
originally the residence of prince Yongzheng,
who later became Emperor. His mansion was converted
into a temple in 1744 after he ascended the throne.
One of the most prominent features of the temple
is a huge, 23-meter-tall Maitreya Buddha, which
was carved from the trunk of a white sandalwood
The old narrow lanes where common people lived.
All the Hutongs crisscross with each other, dotted
with the Kingdergarten, the Bell Tower, Drum Tower,
Tea House, the lake, House of Gong Infante and
local people's houses among them.
- Departure (Breakfast
Visit Beihai Park and see
Pandas in Beijing Zoo. Be transferred to the airport
for your departure, end of service.
Park: This classically elegant palace garden
is one of China's oldest and largest imperial gardens.
Beihai Park was built during the Kin Dynasty some
800 years ago as a resort and was used by successive
emperors in the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties. The
garden is centred on the lake, in the middle of
which is Jade Islet, also known as White Dagoba
Hill. The hill is topped by a 35.9-metre-high white
dagoba and covered with halls, pavilions and corridors.
On the northern bank are the Five-Dragon Pavilions
and Nine-Dragon Screen with a glazed bas-relief
pattern of nine dragons in five colours.
Zoo: The zoo is located in the western part
of Beijing city, covers an area of about 50 hectares.
The animal houses and enclosures, with a total floor
space of 40,000 square metres, include those for
pandas, elephants, brown and polar bears, tigers,
hippopotami, rhinoceros, antelopes, giraffes and
reptiles. One of the most famous mammals in the
world, the giant panda is meek and looks like a
bear. So many visitors go to Beijing Zoo mainly
because want to visit the pandas.
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1. Hotel accommodation
The hotel is based on two persons
sharing one twin or double standard room with private
Daily American or Chinese breakfast
at the hotel, Chinese lunch and dinner in local Chinese
restaurant as specified in the itinerary above.
3. Private Transport
Private transport between airport
or railway station and hotel and all the sights by
4. Entrance tickets
The main entrance tickets for
the sights mentioned.
5. Guiding service
All normal sightseeing tours
in each city with English-speaking guide and admission
fees where applicable.
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Insurance. We highly recommend that you purchase full
coverage travel insurance from you country of origin.
1. Visa Fees
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to enter China.
2. Charge of arrival and departure
The international or domestic
air / train charge of arrival and departure.
3. Single Room Supplement
Should a twin room is needed
by a single guest, supplement of the twin room will
What is single supplement? - The hotel is based on
double occupancy. If the visitor travels alone or
the number of the travelers is odd (such as 3, 5,
7...), who stays in one single room has to pay the
single room supplement. As the hotel is on double
4. Personal Expenses
Expenses of a personal nature
such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone call, optional
activities or sightseeing, overweight baggage charges
or meals not indicated, ect.
5. Optional Programs
Optional programs which are
not specified in the above itinerary.
Tips to the guide and driver
for well-done job, entirely voluntary.
Great Wall of China
Temple of Heaven
Hutong tour by rickshaw
pandas in Beijing Zoo