2-Day Beijing Standard Tour
– Beijing Popular Tour
Trip Highlights – Attractions involved: Forbidden City, Great Wall, Tian’anmen Square, Summer Palace, Ming Tombs, Acrobatic Show, Peking Duck. All the tourist sites arranged in this tour are the most popular spots in Beijing. As the capital of the country, Beijing is surely to be your must-see destination once in China. With a long history of more than 3000 years being a city and over 850 years as the ancient capital, Beijing is rich in culture and heritage relics. This 2-day Beijing Popular Tour will offer a wonderful touring experience in this both ancient and modern city with all of its highlights.
Availability: All year round. Daily Pick-up Point & Time: Hotel, 8:30am. Daily Finishing Point & Time: Hotel, 5:00pm. Duration: 2 days.
Tour Itinerary: (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
Day 01: Beijing (L/D)
You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and taken to the Forbidden City, the largest most intact assembly of ancient structures of the imperial palace where 24 Ming and Qing Dynasty emperors ruled China. Then you will walk across the street to Tian’anmen Square. After lunch, you will visit the Summer Palace, the famous resort of the “Dragon Lady” – Empress Dowager Ci Xi. Then, you will enjoy a famous Acrobatic Show in the evening. At the end of the day, you will be return back to the hotel.
Day 02: Beijing (L/D)
In the morning, you will be picked up from you hotel and taken to the Great Wall of China, the only man-made structure on Earth that can be observed from the moon. After lunch, you will visit the Ming Tombs, the burial site for 13 of the Ming Emperors. After walking around the complex for a few hours, you will then return to Beijing in the evening. For dinner, you will have Beijing’s famous Peking Duck and then return to your hotel.
The Forbidden City is mainly composed of the Outer Court for ceremonial purposes and the Inner Court which are the residence of the Emperor and his family and for day-to-day affairs of state. Fourteen emperors of the Ming dynasty and ten emperors of the Qing dynasty had reigned China in the…
There are three large-scale constructions on the Great Wall in Chinese history, Qin, Han and Ming Dynasties. Among them, the Great Wall built in Ming Dynasty had the best quality. The Ming Dynasty section of the Great Wall starts in the east at Shanhai Pass…
Formerly, Tiananmen Square was occupied by imperial offices which were inside the Forbidden City and connected the Temple of Heaven to Qianmen and the palace. Now, Tian’anmen Square houses many important buildings and leads to the tourist entrance…
Occupying an area of 290 hectares with water making three quarters of it, the Summer Palace consists of three functional areas: Court Area, Longevity Hill Area and Kunming Lake Area. Many architectural features in the Summer Palace, such as Kunming Lake…
Entering the Ming Tombs, you could see a guide information about the whole tomb area. Standing in the centre of the Sacred Way is a large pavilion, called the Avenue of Animals, on which rests a collection of enormous stone statues including a huge stone tortoise…
Acrobatics is a traditional art form in which the performers depend on each other’s skill and timing. It is a great program for your travel in Beijing. Chinese acrobatics is said to have started during the Warring States Period (475-221 BC) two thousand years old…
Beijing Roast Duck, or Peking Duck, one of the most famous and delicious food in Beijing, is deemed to be one of the important things that must be experienced in any trip to Beijing. The duck is a variety of ducks that has been specially bred and fattened in the suburb…
|Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)|
|Group Size||Price / Traveler||
|10 travelers & above||USD70|
- Entrance fees and meals as listed
- All transfers with private vehicle and guide
- Accident insurance
- Air fare and airport tax
- Personal expenses
- Tips for guide and driver
- Hotel fare