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Beijing Beijingers’ Tour

Beijing Beijingers’ Tour
 Beijing
Departure date:
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Services:
Private tourist vehicle with driver, tour guide, clean and comfortable hotel, meals
Why recommended:
Looking behind the grand imperial palaces and impressive world heritages, you will find it is the daily life of ordinary Beijingers that represents this ancient capital and brings up this modern metropolis, and the daily life is nowhere but at each Hotong, park and temple

Price from:
$ 259 p/p

Tour length: 3 days

Departure:
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Day 1 Beijing city tour (L, D)

Highlights: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Jingshan Park, Temple of Heaven
Schedule: Our driver and tour guide will pick you up from your hotel at 8:30 am. Firstly you will visit Tiananmen Square that is the world's biggest city plaza. Next to the Tiananmen Square, you will move on to the Forbidden City, the most complete imperial palace in China. Afterwards, visit the Jingshan Park to get the panoramic view of the whole Forbidden City and Beijing! After having Chinese lunch, we will drive you to the Temple of Heaven -- the largest ancient imperial worship architecture group in the world where the ancient Emperors prayed for peace and harvest.

Tiananmen Square Forbidden City

Day 2 To be a Beijinger (L, D)

Highlights: Beihai Park, Hutong Tours, Yonghe Temple, Confucius Temple
Schedule: Visit the charming Beihai Park to appreciate the beautiful White Pagoda and the Nine-Dragon Screen. Later, explore the most distinctive Hutongs of the most pristine layout in the Gulou area on rickshaw. During the Hutong tour, a local family-visit is arranged with typical Beijing food served as our lunch today. After lunch, you will move on to the majestic Yonghe Temple. It is the largest and best-preserved lamasery in Beijing. Then, walk 10 minutes to the Confucius Temple- where emperors of the past worshiped Confucius.

Hutong Tour Hutong Tour

Day 3 Beijing outskirts tour (L, D)

Highlights: Mutianyu Great Wall, Ming Tombs
Schedule: Pick you up around 8:00 A.M from your hotel, then drive to the appealing Mutianyu Great Wall (80km), it is known for its beautiful surroundings. The section of Mutianyu Great Wall is not only beautiful, awesome but also an ideal choice to avoid the tourists’ crowds at Badaling section. Hike along the Great Wall about 2 hours, and then move on to the Ming Tombs and its Sacred Way. On the way back to your hotel, you may have a photo stop at Beijing Olympic Village to take some pictures of the world-famed "Bird’s Nest" and the "Water Cube" from the outside.

Mutianyu Great Wall Ming Tombs

  Economy (3*) Deluxe (4*)
Hotels in Beijing Holiday Inn Express (Mingzuyuan) Holiday Inn (Temple of Heaven)
Sep till mid-Nov USD 363 P/P (2-4 pax) USD 455 P/P (2-4 pax)
USD 289 P/P (5-9 pax) USD 315 P/P (5-9 pax)
Other months USD 325 P/P (2-4 pax) USD 405 P/P (2-4 pax)
USD 259 P/P (5-9 pax) USD 341 P/P (5-9 pax)
What's included in this price?
1. Pick-up and drop-off service at your hotel in Beijing.
2. English Speaking guide in Beijing.
3. Well maintained vehicle with experienced driver throughout the whole tour.
4. Three nights’ hotel service with breakfast as shown in the quote form.
5. All the entrance tickets to the attractions in the itinerary.
6. Guide and driver's food and accommodations.
What's excluded in this price?
1. Transportation fare to and leaving Beijing.
2. Lunches and dinners.
3. Personal expenses like laundry, IDD calls, drinks, etc.
4. Tips for the tour guide and driver.
5. Extra expenses incurred due to unexpected natural events
6. Bank charge of payment when you pay deposit.
1. How to I meet our guide and driver?
Our guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel at about 8:30 in the morning. Make sure to finish your breakfast in time.
2. How do I pay the tour fee?
You have to pay deposit before the tour starting and you are also required to pay the full balance in RMB cash to our tour guide when he or she is picking you up.
3. How much does the lunch and dinner cost in Beijing?
The food in China is not expensive; normally a dish with meat and vegetable costs about USD 5 in Beijing, noodles and dumplings are even cheaper at about USD 3 per dish. Since the hotel we book for you provides free breakfast, the extra on lunches and dinners for you per day is about USD 10 per person.
4. Do I go to shops during the tour?
Yes, our guide and driver will stop at only one shop per day; but shopping is not compulsory, once you were there at the shop, our guide and driver could earn some little commission which also helps to save the cost for you when we make quotation for you. The shop stop lasts at most 1 hour. If you do not wish to have shopping program in your itinerary, the quote will increase.
5. How do I get to the downtown from Beijing Capital International Airport?
The Beijing Capital International Airport is about 25 kilometers from downtown Beijing. To reach downtown, travelers can use the airport shuttles, taxi and now the subway that linking the terminal 1 and terminal 2 from the airport to the downtown. For foreign travelers, taxi a good choice of transportation, you do not bother to connect buses, also taxi service is inexpensive in Beijing. A taxi trip from Beijing airport to downtown normally costs about RMB100 = USD 17. Also, you do not have to wait long for the taxi as several hundreds of taxi queuing up in the airport for their passengers 24 hours a day.
6. When is the best time to travel to Beijing?
Beijing is suitable for travel year-round but the best time to visit Beijing is from April to early November. It is worth noting that the city is very busy and crowded during the National Day Holidays (1st to 7th, Oct) and the Spring Festival that falls during January or February depending on the lunar cycle. While during July and August the weather is very hot. For these reasons, the city is probably best avoided at these times. So, the best time is April, May, September and October (besides National Day Holidays) when it is very much cooler and not crowded. The average temperature at this time reaches approximately 15C by day falling to a low of around 5C at night.
7. Is it safe to go out late in Beijing?
Beijing is a pretty safe city, but going out late is not a good idea, especially alone. Though serious crime against foreigners is rare, pick-pocketing and purse-snatching has increased in recent years. Like anywhere else, it is always wise to be cautious especially when you are in a strange and crowded city.
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