Adventurous eaters will enjoy Wangfujing Street, where food vendors serve up dishes from all over China. Try 'zhájiàngmiàn' (noodles in fried bean sauce), 'málà tàng' (spicy noodle soup), barbecued meats, savory pancakes or exotic snacks such as fried starfish, scorpion and seahorse.
We booked 9 or 10 tours on Viator for our trip to Japan and China. Our tour guide on this tour, Becky, was my favorite for the entire trip. She was very flexible in showing us the sites. We walked more than riding the tram and also used a taxi once. The tram was nothing special and crowded. Becky took us to one of her favorite local restaurants and it proved to be one of the best and cheapest we ate on our trip. I plan to request Becky again if I return to Beijing. The Forbidden City was very crowded but Becky navigated us through the highlights effectively.
Good way to see Beijing just the 2 of us and the tour guide another must for Beijing
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