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Avoid any long lines or printing problems with paperless skip-the-line entry to Beijing’s UNESCO-listed Forbidden City. Simply book in advance, stroll straight to check in, then show your passport to ensure hassle-free admission directly into the ancient complex and enjoy plenty of time to browse the site’s major attractions, including the Gate of Divine Prowess, Dragon Throne, and Palace Museum.
Being such a densely populated city, it can be difficult to beat the crowds in Beijing. This Forbidden City admission ticket is the perfect way to ensure you have a stress-free visit with no waiting around. Your pre-booked entry can be accessed by using your passport near the main entrance, close to Tiananmen Gate. You’ll then have the freedom to walk around the palace complex and admire pagodas and beautiful architecture.
This tour of a Panda House and Beijing’s Summer Palace not only lets you check out two of the city’s main attractions, it also gives you a better understanding of how to use the city’s metro system. With help from your guide, take the metro to both places, and explore the areas. Afterward, decide if you want to take the metro back to your hotel with your guide or stay at the Summer Palace for more sightseeing. This tour is offered in the morning and in the afternoon, so you can choose which time better suits your schedule.
If you’re visiting Beijing and want to see a panda bear up close, take this exclusive half day tour to the Panda House at Beijing Zoo. With round trip transport from your hotel, get personalized service to visit pandas. Then tour the scenic Summer Palace, an original royal garden, and enjoy a pleasant boat ride on the famous Kunming Lake.
Discover a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Wonder of the World—and enjoy a stress-free visiting experience—when you book advance tickets to the Great Wall of China. Guarantee your entry to this in-demand highlight before you travel, and make your own way to the Wall at a time that suits you best. Upon entry, enjoy free time to explore the Badaling Great Wall: the landmark’s best-preserved section.
Today you will have a chance with the most famous 2 sightseeings in Beijing. Early morning our professional guide and driver will meet you up at your hotel, they will lead you with special skip-the-line access to visit Forbidden City, around 3 hours after that, You will be seen Tiananmen square on your way. Then take around 1.30 hours drive to visit Mutianyu Great Wall, After visit you will transfer back to your hotel. This tour will be totally private and tailor made for you, you can be more flexible if you want to change the order or time. Enjoy your Day!
Visit one of China’s largest mountain wildlife zoos on this private, 5-hour tour of Badaling Wildlife World from Beijing. Travel through the 988-acre (600-hectare) park, and catch sight of some of your favorite animals, including Siberian tigers, pandas, giraffes, and kangaroos. This private tour offers you round-trip transport from your Beijing accommodation.
Treat the kids (or your inner child) to a family-friendly day out at Happy Valley of Beijing, the city’s favorite theme park. There’s no need to faff around with public transport: Your private guide collects you from your hotel, shows you around the park, and accompanies you to your central seats at the Golden Mask Dynasty Show, a visual feast of acrobatics, dance, and drama.
Home to emperors for almost 500 years, the Forbidden City still houses treasure from timepieces to jewelry. Discover them at your own pace when you prebook this combo ticket package. Online tickets, direct to your phone, allow entry to the palace, the Clock Gallery, and the Treasure Gallery. Choose between morning or afternoon options, with the chance to amend or cancel up to 12 hours before the time slot begins.
Hike up the best-restored Great Wall section. Enjoy the less crowded and more picturesque section.Take a cable car (or toboggan) up and down the mountain,instead of walking up over 700 steps , making it very easy to visit for everyone.
Skip in line
Stroll through the former home of 24 emperors
Admire the paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics of the imperial collection
Discover the fascinating lives of the concubines and eunuchs who once lived here
Visit the Forbidden City, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which was home to 24 emperors throughout the centuries. The palace got its name because it was forbidden to access without a permission from the emperor. Now, it is open for you to come and discover its wonders.
You just need to show your passport to enter through the Tiananmen Gate and access a walled complex covering 1,110,000 square meters. The complex holds paintings, calligraphy, and ceramics from the imperial collections. Discover the Forbidden City's yellow buildings, which is the color of the royal family. The roofs are built with yellow glazed tiles, decorations in the palace are painted yellow, and even the bricks on the ground are yellow.
Beijing Forbidden City is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of China’s most visited attractions, with up to 16 million annual visitors. This prepaid admission ticket lets you skip the long ticket lines, saving up to two hours at busy times. Explore the magnificent palace complex at your own pace, upgrade for a guided tour, or opt for an all-access pass including admission to the Hall of Clocks and the Treasure Gallery.
Many tours treat the Ming Tombs, the last resting place of 13 of the emperors who ruled China between 1368 and 1644, as an afterthought, tacking them onto a Great Wall trip. This full-day private tour with professional guide lets you visit all three main tombs—Changling, Dingling, and Zhaoling—and explore the Sacred Way, lined with mysterious animal statues. Private hotel transfers and lunch are included in the cost.
Visit a number of Beijing highlights, all found within the Second Ring Road, without any of the hassles of public transport or drudgery of an impersonal bus tour. On this private, full-day tour, explore the colorful Lama Temple in Dongcheng, get imposing photos of Beijing’s central Drum Tower, and walk around the lush grounds of Beihai Park, on the edge of Qianhai Lake. Cap off the day by learning how to make dumplings in an intimate cooking lesson held in an inner-city hutong.
When docking in Tianjin, take advantage of your limited time and explore China’s capital of Beijing located only 170 km outside of Tianjin.
By adding Beijing to your itinerary, you will add traditional Chinese elements to your experience by visiting famous scenic areas such as the Great Wall of ancient China, Tian 'anmen Square, the Forbidden city and the Temple of Heaven, which will allow you to understand Chinese culture and history more deeply.
Badminton is one of the most popular sports in China. Here you have the chance to give it shot. when you are in Beijing, do as Beijingers do. It is time to get away from heat! Instant Confirmation Family friendly Private guide for a more personalized experience All entrance fees included Free hotel pick up and drop-off included Instant Confirmation Family friendly Private guide for a more personalized experience All entrance fees included Free hotel pick up and drop-off included
Once part of the emperor’s private gardens, Beihai Park offers some of central Beijing’s most characterful walks—not to mention boat rides. While the cost to enter the park is modest, the lines to buy tickets are often long and mean you need to carry Chinese cash. Prebook online to gain access by QR code and enjoy the park at your own pace—morning, noon, or evening.
Just north of the Forbidden City, Jingshan Park is a landscaped masterpiece with a low hill that offers epic views over the old imperial palace—as well as a tree where the last Ming Dynasty emperor hung himself. While the fee to enter is tiny, the ticket line can be a real inconvenience, particularly in Beijing’s chilly winters and scalding summers. Prebook to save time and stress.
Step out for an afternoon of sightseeing in Beijing’s traditional hutongs, focusing on the Shichahai Lakes district and Nanluoguxiang Alley. See a mixture of old buildings along the ancient alleyways, including some that were built 800 years ago, then discover the modern boutiques, cafes, and bars that they contain. Admire the temples and mansions around Shihachai, and partake in a traditional tea ceremony at the Bell Tower. Top off your experience with a dinner that showcases the famous Peking duck.
If you’ve got an interest in impressive architecture, then Beijing National Center for the Performing Arts is a must-visit site. This entrance ticket means you’ll be able to explore the center in your own time without feeling rushed. See magnificent artificial lakes, The Opera House, The Concert Hall, and The Theater too.
Leave behind the concrete jungle and head out into the unspoiled countryside passing through quaint unspoiled villages and assessing to the magnificent wonder of the world via cable car for all to marvel at this great feat of engineering prowess.
What you will spot on the way are creeks running through jungles, farmlands, wildlife, orchards, greenhouses.....
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Our 17-seater bus is registered at the Great Wall( at the car park most of tourists have to take another bus shared with strangers to the hills), we will drive straight to the hills where you walk 5 minutes to cable car station, it is only 4 minutes ride to the Great Wall.
Book this tour, and we will offer a taxi ride to PEK( Beijing Capital International Airport) at half cost( between 7.30 pm - 10.30 pm).
Check off three of Beijing’s UNESCO-listed wonders in one day on this full-day tour. Visit Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City; explore the idyllic lakes and gardens of the Summer Palace; and admire the sacred temples of the Temple of Heaven. Upgrade to include a Peking duck dinner or traditional opera, Kung Fu, or acrobatic show.
Escape the chaos of the city on this relaxing and fun-filled wildlife tour through Beijing Badaling Wildlife Park. Get a peek at the park’s 2,000 animal inhabitants, from elegant zebras to playful monkeys, while you remain comfortably seated in an air-conditioned car. Private hotel pickup is included for extra convenience, and you’ll top off the tour with a visit to the Badaling section of the Great Wall.