On arrival in Beijing, you will be met & transferred by our professional English speaking guide to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure.
Day 2 (B/L)
Buffet breakfast at hotel followed by full day trip to the Great Wall at Badaling with lunch at local Chinese restaurant. After lunch, have a short visit of Jade Carving Factory while having a rest. Move on to the Ming Tombs and the Sacred Way.
: the symbol of China and Climbing the Great Wall you can pass visitors from all over the world, and hear conversations in almost every language
The Ming Tombs: Consisting of mausoleums of 13 Ming emperors, is one of the largest imperial necropolises in China.
The Sacred Way: The way stood on both sides with marvelous stone sculptures by which means the road leading to heaven.
Day 3 (B/L)
Buffet breakfast at hotel. Half day city tour with visit to the Tiananmen Square & the Forbidden City (Palace Museum)with lunch at local Chinese restaurant. After lunch at good local Peking Roasted Duck restaurant, you will have a chance to visit the Chinese Silk Factory. Then visit Temple of Heaven. You can choose the Peking Opera Show (or Chinese Kungfu show) as optional in the evening.
: The largest city square in the world.
The Forbidden City: the imperial palace for the Ming and Qing with a history of around 600 years.
: The Temple of Heaven is a masterpiece of architecture and landscape design which simply and graphically illustrates a cosmogony of great importance for the evolution of one of the world’s great civilizations.
Day 4 (B/L)
Buffet breakfast at hotel, then explore old town of Beijing(visit Hutong by rickshaw) in the morning. Lunch at restaurant. Enjoy a short visit to a pearl studio not missed. Visit the the Summer Place and Lama Temple in the afternoon.
Hutong: A hutong is a unique form of community that exists only in China. If you are fed up with high buildings and wide streets, enter Beijing’s hutongs then. Here, you will find "Hutong Culture".
The Summer Place: the best-preserved imperial garden in China.
Yonghegong (the Lama Temple): It is the largest and best-preserved lamasery in Beijing. Built in 1694 it was originally a residence for Prince Yongzheng before he ascended the throne.
Day 5 (B/L)
Buffet breakfast at hotel. Full day trip to Panda House of Beijing Zoo - where you can meet VIP -- very important panda, exterior visit the Bird’s nest and Water Cube.
Bird’s nest: The Beijing National Stadium, also known as the bird’s nest will be the main track and field stadium for the 2008 Summer Olympics and will be host to the Opening and Closing ceremonies.
Water Cube: It was built in accordance with a water-saving design concept to be a gigantic green architectural wonder.
Day 6 (B/L)
Buffet breakfast at hotel. Drive to the Jinshanling Great Wall for hiking. After lunch have a short visit of Beijing cloisonné arts. Driving you back to your hotel in the afternoon.
Jinshanling Great Wall: Unlike the sections to be seen at Badaling or Mutianyu that have undergone extensive restoration, the wall at Jinshanling has received very little attention. Here, the wall really looks as one would expect it to look some 500 years after it was built during the Ming Dynasty.
Day 7 (B)
Free until transfer to the airport for flight to the next destination.
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