Beijing 5 Days luxury private tourThis luxurious Beijing private tour, it not only allows you to visit the must-see scenic spots in Beijing but also lets you to have a direct touch with the Chinese culture. What’s more, you can enjoy the highest quality of treatment in terms of the accommodation, food, private car and so on.
|Tour Dates||Destinations||Services Provided||Meals Included|
|Day 1||Beijing||Airport transfer to (Beijing)||/|
|Day 2||Beijing||Tiananmen Square,Forbidden city,Summer Palace,Beijing Shichahai bar street,Peking duck dinner||B,L,D|
|Day 3||Beijing||Simatai Great Wall||B,L|
|Day 4||Beijing||Giant Panda House,Beijing Hutong,Temple Of Heaven,Kungfu Show.||B,L|
|Day 5||Beijing||Depart Beijing||B|
Our guide will meet you outside the customs at the Capital Airport and transfer you to the 5 star luxury hotel. Relax during the remainder of the day. For dinner on your own arrangement.
This morning, you will visit Tiananmen Square, the largest central square in the city, where many national celebration ceremonies were held. Walking northward from the square, you will enter the well-known Forbidden City. Our guide will escort you to visit this largest and best-preserved imperial palace constructed 590 years ago. As is our practice to avoid the cheap tourist eateries, we will serve you an a la carte lunch at a noted local restaurant, where you can taste the authentic Chinese cuisine. In the afternoon, you will turn to the Summer Palace. The palace, which was famed as 'Imperial Garden Museum of China', is a well-preserved one combining the natural landscape and delicate gardening design. The classic buildings and elegant scenery in the park will give you a memorable aftertaste. After that, tonight to Beijing Shichahai bar street where they are many drinking bars around the lotus lake.Enjoy Peking duck dinner by the location near the bar street.
Toaday is whole day to visit Simatai Great Wall.This section of the Great Wall of China located in the north of Miyun County, 120 km northeast of Beijing. The Great Wall at Simatai sees far less travelers than the crowded Badaling Great Wall. Compared with the Great Wall at Badaling, the wall at Simatai is much steeper with precipitous steps. Simatai also displays some unique features of its own. It is often described with the following five words: perilous, dense, diverse, artful, and peculiar.
Pick up from your hotel lobby at around 9:00am.Transfer to Hutong area by car, explore the most beautiful Hutong area in Beijing by walking. learn the Art of paper cutting and facial make-up of the Peking opera character. Sightseeing of inner Hutong by rickshaw. Visit a local family and learn about Chinese calligraphy & D.I.Y Chinese dumplings, enjoy these with other Chinese dishes as this will be your lunch. In the afternoon, drive to the giant panda house in Beijing zoo to see China special animals panda.After that,move on to the temple of heaven where the place the emperor to prey for good harvest in the Ming and Qing Danasty. Tonight we will arrange a wonderful and exciting Chinese Kung Fu Show for you at the Red Theater.
Today we will transfer you to the airport for your homebound flight. Although it is a short stay in China, we believe the highlight attractions and also our dedicated service will impress you a lot. Hope next time we still have the chance to serve you.
|all year around||Superior||Deluxe||Economy|
|10 persons Up||$515||$445||$412|
|Beijing||Crowne Plaza Hotel Beijing or same class||Royal Phoenix Hotel Beijing or same class||Holiday Inn Express Beijing Temple of Heaven|
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