Tour in Beijing
This is the most representative city and symbol of China and we offer you an elaborate tour package for your Beijing visit. Carefully designed Beijing tour itineraries ensure a perfect combination of historic culture and modern civilization. Enjoy your trip to this charming city by visiting the famous Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Great Wall, Summer Palace, as well as the Beijing Opera and a Roast Duck Dinner
Day 01: Arrival in Beijing
Our guide will meet you outside the baggage claim area at Beijing Airport and transfer you to the hotel.
Day 02: Beijing
Visit the Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven. The Beijing Duck Dinner is served at a famous restaurant followed by a lively Peking Opera performance at the Liyuan Theatre.(B+L+D)
Tiananmen Square - The large Tiananmen Square is an essence of Beijing traveling, which has the city's even the whole Chinese people's old memories. In the center of the square, there is the Monument to the People's Heroes which rightly faces to the Tiananmen Tower northwards. On the square's west, the Great Hall of the People could be found, which is the site of the China National People's Congress. To the south, it is the Mao Zedong Memorial Hall which is a must for all of the Chinese. On the east side, the National Museum is displaying the long history of China.
Forbidden City - The Forbidden City is an imperial palace complex of the Ming and the Qing dynasties and also a big museum. It tells people about the change of the royal court for about 600 years and the several thousand years' history of Chinese civilization. It's the largest ancient palace complex in the world and also the place that 24 emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties lived in. It is a great heritage for all humans. It stands for supreme rights and also it is full of mystery.
Temple of Heaven - The Temple of Heaven was originally constructed to the southeast of the Forbidden City in 1402 of the early Ming Dynasty and has been utilized in the following 490 years. In the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was the solemn altar for emperors worshiping heaven and praying for good harvest. Currently, it is one of the worthwhile tour destinations in Beijing, boasting as the largest architectural complex in the world for offering sacrifice. The Temple of Heaven covers an area of about 2,730,000 square meters that is quadruple the Forbidden City.
Day 03: Beijing
Visit the Badaling Great Wall. To avoid having lunch at shopping site restaurants, you will be driven to have Sichuan food at a local popular restaurant. Visit the Sacred Way and the Ming Tomb in the afternoon. On the way back to downtown, drive by the Bird's Nest (Olympic National Stadium). You will see its appearance at a distance. (B+L+D)
Badaling Great Wall - A Chinese proverb says that a man who hasn't been to the Great Wall is not a real man. Until now, the Badaling Great Wall has welcomed and impressed more than 13 millions visitors, including the former US presidents Nixon and Reagan, the first woman Prime Minister of Great Britain Mrs Thatcher and other more than 400 heads of foreign governments and men of the time, which is rare among all the tourist sites in the world. So during your visit in Beijing, Badaling should absolutely not be missed!
Sacred Way - Stretching seven kilometers from the south to the north, the Sacred Way is the main passage to the Ming Tombs. The main attractions along the road are the Stone Archway, the Red Palace Gate, the Stone Tablet Pavilion, the Stone Animals and Human Figures, and the Ling Xing Gate. After passing through the Stone Archway, you will see two Hills on two sides of the road which resemble a dragon and a tiger guarding the Ming Tombs. In Taoism, it is a very auspicious sign.
Ming Tomb - The Ming tomb complex consists of thirteen tombs in different sizes. Each tomb leans against a mountain. Except Siling which lies in the southwest of Changling, the other twelve tombs assume a fan shape around Changling. Following the principle of Feng Shui, the thirteen tombs are in harmony with the mountains, rivers and vegetation around them. The philosophy of 'Harmony between Man and Nature' and the wisdom of the architects and the workers are exemplified very well by the Ming Tombs.
Day 04: Departure from Beijing
Visit the Summer Palace. Then our guide and driver will see you off at the airport.
Summer Palace - The Summer Palace is a fantastic resort for visitors to admire the peaceful landscapes and magnificent architectures of the royal garden in China. Visitors may go to the Front Hill Area where most ancient constructions are located. The first construction you visit may be the Hall of Dispelling Clouds (Paiyundian). It is regarded as the most spectacular architectural complex of the Summer Palace. The Empress Dowager Cixi of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) used to celebrate her birthday here every year.