As the capital of China, Beijing is the most representative city of our country. This trip takes you to the Forbidden City with its dignified history, the Great Wall, responsible for defense in ancient times and now remarked on for its beautiful and majestic scenery, and then the biggest imperial garden, Summer Palace.
Superficially Beijing appears to be modern metropolis while actually it has its own unique nostalgia and simplicity. Stroll in the old Hutongs and you will then experience a different Beijing, feeling the combination of new and old.
Beijing is not only our country’s political and economical center, but is a historic and cultured city famous for its variety of attractions. How to make full use of your limited time to know more about this city? Gain an insight on our one day Beijing tour!
What can you do in two days? See the world biggest square, Tiananmen Square, visit the Forbidden City which witnessed the succession of dynasties, explore the miraculous Great Wall, then step to the sacred Temple of Heaven. You will never waste one minute of your time.
Making full use of your time, this trip offers you the essence of Beijing. Among the must-see highlights, the lovely pandas in the Beijing Zoo are special. If lucky, you may see the pandas eating, or climbing, or playing.
This trip brings you to the most spectacular pearl in the Northeast of China: Chengde, which is the summer hunting place for the Qing emperors. From the Qing and Ming Dynasty, from the Mountain Resort to the Eight Out Temple, in two days time, we will accompany you going through this small city’s history and charm.
Besides the highlights in Beijing, this itinerary takes you to a different world, Yungang Grottos which are famous for their Buddhist art, Hanging Temple where you walk along steep cliffs, Wutai Mountain, the holy land for purification of the mind, Pingyao old town, an ancient city with its own inimitable charm.
Hohhot, the Heaven of Grassland, is a resplendent pearl which has its must-see sights such as Dazhao Lamasery, Tomb of Zhaojun, and Wuta Temple. Also, the famous grassland experience, the fresh air, the delicious Mongolian food, the ease of strolling beside a river, all will make you feel relaxed from one’s busy life.
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I live in Canada as a permanebt resident but am a holder of New Zealnd valid passport ( new zealandeer citizen).
I will be travelling to India Final destination via beijing, China and wish to satya here for 2/3 days to visit china wall etc on trasit stay .
Do i need to have tourist visa for china or trasit visa can be issued at china airpot as trassit visa.?
will someone clarify.