Posted by mariatran on December 27, 2013
Day 1: Meet you at Beijing airport and transfer to your hotel. Stay in Beijing.
Day 2: Visit the Forbidden City (the Imperial Palace), the Tiananmen Square and the Temple of Heaven. Enjoy the Beijing Duck Dinner. Chinese Lunch Stay in Beijing.
Forbidden City: Used to be the imperial palace of the Ming (1368 - 1644) and Qing (1616-1911) dynasties. The Forbidden City, also named Palace Museum, is the most magnificent and splendid palace complex in China and one of the five world-famous palaces with the Palace of Versailles in France, Buckingham Palace in England, the White House in the U.S. and the Kremlin in Russia.
Tiananmen Square: Tian'anmen was the front gate of the Imperial Palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties. In front of the gate is the world's largest open ground in the city - the Tian'anmen Square.
Temple of Heaven: An outstanding representative of Chinese traditional architecture for its clever design and harmoneous colors. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, the emperor came to pray and thank gods for the harvests every year.
Day 3: Beijing Chinese Lunch Stay in Beijing.
Take an excursion to the Badaling Great Wall, the Ming Tombs and the Yonghegong Lama Temple.
Badaling Great Wall: The best preserved part of the Ming dynasty (1368 - 1644) Great Wall.
Ming Tombs: The mausoleums of 13 emperors of the Ming Dynasty. The mausoleums have been perfectly preserved.
Yonghegong Lama Temple: A Yellow Hat Tibetan lamasary and one of the city's finest and most celebrated temples. Its 5 main halls and many galleries are filled with exquisitely detailed tanka paintings and beautifully carved or cast Buddha images.
Day 4: Beijing Chinese Lunch visit Summer Palace and Hutong.
A royal garden and a temporary dwelling palace for emperors of Qing Dynasty.
Quotation per person in US Dollars.
USD 449 per person
USD 259 per 2-4 persons
USD 230 per 5-8 persons
More 199 USD
A. Admissions of the sights mentioned.
B. Chinese lunch in local Chinese restaurant as indicated in the itinerary.
C. Personal Guide Services.
D. Private transport between airports or train stations, hotel and all the scenic spots
mentioned in the itinerary by air-conditioned car, van or mini-bus.
A. Air tickets.
B. Personal expenses and extra activities.
C. Any meals which are not specified with "B", "L", or "D".
D. Gratuities to the service staffs.
E. Hotel accommodations.
F. Others not mentioned above.
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