6 Days Beijing Deep Tour

Tour Code: VOC-20100127-S

Destination: Beijing

Tour Starting Date: Wednesday, 27, January, 2010

Group Numbers: 2

Client's Information:
Bruce Edward Johnson, USA

Day by Day Itinerary


Day 1  Wed 27-Jan-10     Meal(s) ()    Hong Kong / Beijing

Transfer via: by air-own arrangement   Dragon air Flight 908 at 3:20 pm in the afternoon
Program: Arrive in Beijing, you will be met and transferred to hotel, free at the rest of the day

Accommodations: Sunworld Hotel Beijing****
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Day 2  Thu 28-Jan-10     Meal(s) (B,L)   Beijing

Program: Full day tour for the Tian'anmen Square, The Forbidden City, The Temple of Heaven, Jingshan Park

-The Tian'anmen Square: The largest city square in the world.
-The Forbidden City: The largest imperial palace in China during the Ming and Qing dynasties with a history of around 600 years.
-The Temple of Heaven: The place where the ancient emperors used to pray for the God's bless of the whole nation.
-Jingshan Park, a beautiful royal landscape garden, is situated in the center of Beijing City.

Accommodations: Sunworld Hotel Beijing****

Day 3  Fri 29-Jan-10     Meal(s) (B,L)   Beijing

Program: Full day tour for the Badaling Great Wall with round-way cable car, The Ding Tomb, The Sacred Road

-Badaling Great Wall: One of the eight wonders in the world and the symbol of China
-The Ding Tomb: The only underground tomb of the thirteen tombs of the emperors in the Ming Dynasty
-The Sacred Road: The way guarded on both sides with stone statues by which the ancient emperors went to hold a memorial ceremony for the ancestors

Accommodations: Sunworld Hotel Beijing****

Day 4  Sat 30-Jan-10     Meal(s) (B,L)   Beijing

Program: Full day tour for the Hutongs by rickshaw, Xiushui Street, The Summer Palace

-Hutongs: The old narrow paths where common people lived. All the Hutongs crisscross with each other, dotted with the Kindergarten, the Bell Tower, the Drum Tower, the Tea House, and the lake, House of Gong Infante and local people's houses among them.
-Xiushui Street: A market near the embassy area where you can find a number of duplicates of clothing in traditional Chinese style such as clothes, caps, gloves. Enjoy bargains with sellers and pleasant surprise of finding a real treasure if you are lucky enough.
-The Summer Palace: The largest and best-preserved royal garden in China with a history of over 800 years.

Accommodations: Sunworld Hotel Beijing****

Day 5  Sun 31-Jan-10     Meal(s) (B,L)   Beijing

Program: Full day tour for Beihai Park, Lhama Monastery, Confucius Temple, visit the main 2008 Beijing Olympic venues, take an exterior visit of both the Beijing National Stadium (Bird's Nest / Olympic Stadium), National Swimming Centre('The Water Cube'), Beijing, feel free to take some photos of the stadiums

-Beihai Park: The Beihai park in the center of Beijing has an area of more than 70 hectares with a water surface of 39 hectares. To its north is Shishahai Lake and to its east is Jingshan Park. The Palace Museum is to its southeast, a short distance.
-Lhama Monastery: the largest 260-year-old monastery in Beijing of the Yellow sect of Lamaism.
-Confucius Temple: The Temple of Confucius at Beijing is the second largest Confucian Temple in China after the one in Confucius' hometown of Qufu. It was built in 1302, and imperial officials used it to pay their respects to Confucius until 1911.
-Beijing National Stadium (Bird's Nest): The Beijing National Stadium, also known as the bird's nest was the main track and field stadium for the 2008 Summer Olympics and host to the Opening and Closing ceremonies.
-National Swimming Center (The Water Cube): The National Swimming Center, known as 'The Water Cube', was one of the most dramatic and exciting venues to feature sporting events for the Beijing Olympics in 2008.

Accommodations: Sunworld Hotel Beijing****

Day 6  Mon 1-Feb-10     Meal(s) (B)   Beijing / TBA

Transfer via: by air-own arrangement   Japan Airlines Flight 780 leaving at 8:25 am in the morning
In early morning, you will be transferred to airport for your flight to next destination

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