a) Guided walk with our knowledgeable guide through the best known historical & Heritage site – Forbidden City.
b) Fun culture experience - learning Chinese Yoyo.
c) Insight view of local culture by stepping into the Hutong area.
d) Great photo opportunity at world’s largest city square - Tiananmen.
e) Visit of well-preserved royal garden - Summer Palace.
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Today's Activities: Guide and driver will meet your family at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure on your own or take visit to the nearby spots depending on your arrival time.
After breakfast, depart to Tiananmen Square, the world's largest city square. We will have a brief stop here and photograph some national iconic structures including Monument to the People’s heroes, Great Hall of the People, Chairman Mao Memorial Hall, etc. Many visitors come very early for the spectacular flag-raising ceremony (not included in). To the north of the square is the South Gate of the Forbidden City where we will spend the next 2.5-3 hours. Forbidden City is 600 years old in 2020. It has the largest and best-preserved collections of ancient architectures with more than 980 rooms in the palace.
We have a long walk this morning. Refresh ourselves and enjoy lunch. In the afternoon, we will wander through the Hutongs, a type of traditional neighborhood, to touch the real life of common people. For the interests of kids, we will learn a traditional art – Chinese Yoyo.
“Not reach the Great Wall not a true man” is a common Chinese saying. The Great Wall visit is part of the highlights in Beijing. We meet at your hotel at 8:30am, and head northeast to Mutianyu Great Wall. This section of the wall ranks number one among all sections on TripAdvisor list with beautiful-restored architectures but less tourists. Round trip cable car is included to save energy and enjoy a fun walk on the top. On the way back, we can stop at 798 Art District if kids are still energetic.
We start our city trip from Summer Palace, which is the best-preserved imperial garden in the world and the largest of its kind in existence of China. The garden is like an art gallery with over 3000 man-made pavilions, palaces, temples, bridges and corridors. It is too much to see in the two hours.
Have lunch and take a break at restaurant. We will spend the afternoon hours in Beijing Zoo, the largest of its kind in China and see the cute pandas in the park. Continue to the Olympic Green which was constructed for the 2008 Olympic Games and turned into a park after the Game. The notable architectures - Water Cube and Bird Nest situate in the park.
Today's Activities: After breakfast, be transferred to the airport for your flight home or next destination in China. Kid – friendly cities including Xian, Chengdu, Dali, Lijiang, Guilin, Yangshuo, Hangzhou, Shanghai and more.
1. All sightseeing as listed in the itinerary.
2. Ground transfers with air-conditioned vehicle (car, minibus or coach depending on the size of your group)
3. Lunches (as specific) at local restaurants with a cup of soft drink per meal.
4. Hotel accommodations with breakfast (based on double occupancy).
5. Local licensed & experienced English-speaking guide.
6. Accident insurance during your travel.
1. Chinese visa.
2. Transport to and from Beijing.
3. Tips to driver and tour guide.
4. Personal expenses.
It is suggested to take comfortable shoes.
Physical rating of the trip: the trip involves light walking and hiking that is suitable for most fitness levels.
Citizens of certain countries who meet the criteria are allowed 144-hour visa-free transit in Beijing.
15 days before commencement of services: 100% refund.
7 to 14 days before commencement of services: charge 10% of the tour price.
2 to 6 days before commencement of services: charge 50% of the tour price.
Within 2 days of commencement of services or no-show travelers: charge 100% of the tour price.
After the trip has commenced, we are unable to refund any amount for unused services due to your willingness, early departure, late arrival, or missed days on tours.
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