Beijing Three Days Tour

$229.00$269.00

  • Departure date: Tour departure on daily basis
  • Group size: Minimum 2 people, Maximum 16 people
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    Description

    Beijing Three Days Tour is to spend three days to visit Beijing, which allows you to do more visits than one day tour, and this also good for those who do not have China visa and just for a short stay or transit via Beijing, check out our 72 hours China Visa Free policy

    On this Beijing Three Days Tour we will begin our journey by visiting to Tian An Men Square first, wondering around the largest square in this world, touring the People’s Hero monuments, then we will visit to Forbidden City, of which located in the center of Beijing, and now houses the Palace Museum. It served as the home of emperors and their households as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years. The Forbidden City was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, and is listed by UNESCO as the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world.

    Then we will get to Mutianyu Great wall which is a section of the Great Wall of China located in Huai-rou County some 60-70 km northeast of downtown Beijing. It is connected with Jian-kou in the west and Lian-hua-chi in the east. As one of the best-preserved parts of the Great Wall, the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall used to serve as the northern barrier defending the capital and the imperial tombs.

    On Day 2, we will begin our visit by getting to Summer Palace, visit this Royal garden, we will spend almost the full morning to explore this previous Royal site, before lunch we will make visit to the two selected 2008 Beijing Olympic Sites, then enjoy one lunch at one well-selected restaurant.

    In the afternoon we will visit to the Jing-shan Park which is thought to be attached to Forbidden city as one Royal Back-garden; then to visit the Temple of Heaven, a royal praying and celebration location

    On Day 3, we will begin our journey by visiting Yong He palace first, this is one Tibetan Buddhism monastery, which is only for Royal purpose to be built in Beijing; then get to the Confucius Temple that can be treated as one Chinese Culture Symbol; In the afternoon, we will dig into the small alleys which is usually called “Hu-tong” in Beijing, we will study how local people live in this interesting Chinese traditional architectures

    Highlights

    Excursion Mutianyu Great Wall

    Tian An Men Square

    Forbidden City

    Summer Palace

    Temple of Heaven

    Jingshan Park

    2008 Beijing Olympic Sites

    Yong He palace

    The Confucius Temple

    Hutong tour by Rickshaw

    Detail itinerary

    Day 1 Beijing

    Visit to Tian An Men Square, Forbidden City, Mutianyu Great Wall Excursion
    Included Meal : Lunch

    P-1: 07:00am – 07:30am Picking up at your hotel
    Your guide will arrange the pickup time the day before this departure, since the guide and driver shall pick up different clients at different location, there might a little delay due to traffic…etc; please prepare your gear and belongings waiting at your hotel lobby

    P-2: 07:30am – 08:30am Drive to Tian An Men Square
    Once all clients are in the vehicle, we will drive to Tian An Men Square. It is thought to be the center of Beijing and also a must-visit site of Beijing, as well as China, we will see the giant famous chairman Mao’s portrait that is hang right on the Gate of Heavenly Peace. It is the largest public square across the world. You will spend about half an hour to stroll around, taking picture and also visit to the People’s Hero Monument that is erected in this Square

    P-3: 08:30am – 11:30am The Forbidden City
    After the walk of Tian’anmen Square, we will gather around and heading north getting close to the Tian’anmen rostrum, where a huge red gate is in front you. It was the royal palace for hundred of years and this is also the “Gate” to Chinese history. This palace 9,999 forbidden imperial chambers, was the “house” for the 24 Chinese emperors from Ming Dynasty to Qing Dynasty. There are wonders of Chinese arts, architectures, history. A short visit will only provide you a glimpse to such rich history;

    P-4: 11:30am – 13:30pm Lunch break
    We will drive to Mu-tian-yu Great wall, where we will first to have the lunch break at one well-selected local restaurant, clean and serve delicious meal

    P-5: 13:30pm – 16:30pm Mutianyu Great Wall Excursion
    We begin out visit to the Great Wall by taking the cable car in order to avoid the boring 40 minutes walk on the 800 steps, once you get on the wall, you will walk along the wall, enjoy the wonderful scenery, which has very positive comments on the viewpoint of Beijing on TripAdvisor for its picturesque view, and thoughtful-restored architecture.

    On this walk, you will take from No. 14th to No. 23th Watching tower, enjoy your walk

    P-6: 16:30pm – 18:30pm Return to your hotel

    We will drive you back, due to busy traffic, the return journey may be much longer than the journey we came through.

    Day 2 Beijing

    Visit to Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven, Jingshan Park, 2008 Beijing Olympic Sites
    Included Meal : Lunch

    P-1: 07:30am – 11:30am Picking up and visit to Summer palace
    Your guide will arrange the pickup time the day before this departure, since the guide and driver shall pick up different clients at different location, there might a little delay due to traffic…etc; Then after, we will drive to Summer palace – a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces. Mainly dominated by Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake. In December 1998, UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage List.

    P-2: 11:30am – 12:30pm Visit 2008 Beijing Olympic Sites
    Two of the well-known sites of 2008 Beijing Olympic Sites are selected for you to visit, Bird’s Nest and Water Cube; We will just get to for a appearance look, and your guide will assist you to find the best spot for the right angle of taking photos on those sites

    P-3: 12:30pm – 13:30pm Lunch Break
    We will get to the selected restaurant to enjoy one local meal, resting for the afternoon activities

    P-4: 13:30pm – 14:30pm Jinshan Park
    After having a good rest, we will drive to Jingshan Park which is an imperial park covering 23 hectares north of the Forbidden City. Formerly a private imperial garden attached to the grounds of the Forbidden City, it is listed as a Key State Park and is administratively part of both Xicheng and Dongcheng districts in downtown Beijing.

    P-5: 14:30pm – 17:00pm Templpe of Heaven
    Then after, we will drive to Temple of Heaven that is an imperial complex of religious buildings. The complex was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest. It has been regarded as a Taoist temple, although Chinese heaven worship.

    P-6: 17:00pm – 18:00pm Return to your hotel OR departure
    We will drive you back, due to busy traffic, the return journey may be longer than the journey we came through.

    Or if you need, we can drive you to the airport or train station for your departure, please consider the departure time if it may fit this one day program

    Day 3 Beijing

    Visit to Yong He palace, the Confucius Temple, Hutong visit by Rickshaw
    Included Meal : Lunch

    P-1: 07:30am – 12:30am Picking up and visit to Yong He palace and the Confucius Temple
    Your guide will meet you at your hotel lobby, then we will first drive to Yong He palace, which is also known as the Yonghe Lamasery, or popularly as the Lama Temple. As it is a Gelug Pa monastery of Tibetan Buddhism found and built in Beijing. The building and artwork of the temple is a combination of Han Chinese and Tibetan styles. Then we will drive to The Temple of Confucius that is the second largest Confucian Temple across China (The largest one is in Qufu city, Shangdong province the hometown of Confucius). Beijing Confucius temple was built in 1302, and it was used it to pay their respects to Confucius until 1911. The compound had been enlarged twice separately in Ming and Qing dynasties, and now it occupies some 20,000 square meters.

    P-2: 12:30pm – 13:30pm Lunch Break
    We will get to the selected restaurant to enjoy one local meal, resting for the afternoon activities

    P-3: 13:30pm – 17:30pm Hutong visit by Rickshaw & local family visit

    Hutong is a type of narrow streets or alleys, most exist and prominently in Beijing. It is also the “line” that to link the traditional courtyard residence of Siheyuan of Northern China. Hutongs were first established in the Yuan dynasty (1206-1341) and then expanded in the Ming (1368-1628) and Qing (1644-1908) dynasties. Due to the city rebuilding and development, this traditional Chinese building are mostly demolished to make way for new roads and buildings. There are few of those are still remain in the old part of Beijing, this is the region that we will going to “explore”.

    P-6: 17:30pm – 18:30pm Return to your hotel OR departure
    We will drive you back, due to busy traffic, the return journey may be longer than the journey we came through.

    Or if you need, we can drive you to the airport or train station for your departure, please consider the departure time if it may fit this one day program

    What prices include and exclude

    What prices include

    Private English-speaking guide

    Entrance fee of those that are listed in the itinerary

    Meals that are indicated in the itinerary

    Private transfers

    Travel insurance,

    What prices exclude

    Any activities described as optional or not indicated in the itinerary,

    Optional tips to local guides, drivers, and hotel/restaurant staff,

    Hotel accommodation

    Other expenses of a personal nature (liquor, laundry, and…);

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