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Get a sample of Beijing’s past and present a full-day tour that begins with the adorable giant pandas at the Beijing Zoo. Stop for photos at the Bird's Nest and Water Cube, two massive projects from the 2008 Summer Olympics, then travel back in time at the Lama Temple (Yonghegong), an important Tibetan Buddhist temple. Have lunch in a traditional house of old Beijing, explore the hutong lanes by rickshaw, and enjoy clear views of the Forbidden City from drive to Jingshan Park, before ending with a tea ceremony.

Highlights

  • Full-day Beijing sightseeing tour with Beijing zoo, Olympic Stadiums, Lama Temple, hutongs and Jingshan Park
  • Head to Beijing Zoo to see the giant pandas
  • Marvel at the architecture of the Bird's Nest and Water Cube
  • Tour the Lama Temple for a glimpse of one of the most important Tibetan Buddhist temples in the world
  • Visit a hutong for lunch in a traditional home and a rickshaw tour of the old district
  • Go to the top of Jingshan hill for an overview of Beijing and the Forbidden City
  • Wind down with a tea ceremony and stop at a silk shop

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What You Can Expect

Ancient Beijing Beijing Hutong Lama Temple Jingshan Park and Olympic Stadium by bus

Lama Temple

Customer Reviews

Vicky

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

This tour was wonderful - the value for money was incredible. It was definitely a highlight of our trip. Our guide was Jackson, who spoke English and is very happy and pleasant to spend a day with. The bus was cool and comfortable. The best part was lunch in the house in the Hutong - it was very authentic and delicious. I would recommend doing this tour towards the end of your time in Beijing - the view from Jingshan Park is spectacular, and even more so if you recognize the places you are looking at. This is a definite must!!

Lourdes R

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

very good but we used only 1 voucher

Tshepo P

4 star rating: Recommended October 2016

The tour was great, however because of the location of our hotel we had to be picked up super early AND still pick up other people. Tipping of rickshaws at the Hutong became an issue as we tipped our driver what we tipped a different driver a few days earlier. Our tour guide had another guide show us around the Hutong and i guess the extra tip they were moaning about was for the other guide.
Other than that, great experience!!

James M

4 star rating: Recommended September 2016

This was a good tour. I would recommend to a person who has seen all of the main attractions and is looking to see something different towards the end of their stay in Beijing. The Lama Temple is magnificent with a calm atmosphere, my favorite temple in Beijing! The Hutong tour is good and very unique allowing for dinner in a locals house which is nice. Jingshan park is also very nice.

Overall I would recommend but would prioritize the major attractions first if your trip is not very long!

jag

4 star rating: Recommended April 2016

wonderful trip good guide

Lauren E

4 star rating: Recommended September 2015

Thoroughly enjoyed our day trip - guide was nice and friendly, also spoke very good English! There were only 4 people in our group which was fantastic - only a few drop offs and could see what we wanted to see. Seeing the Pandas was the best part of the day - so cute! quite gutted we couldn't see the rest of the zoo.
The only weaknesses of this tour is that we were only allowed to take pictures outside of the stadium - we weren't given a tour around. Also we were taken to a Tea House which wasn't on the tour description - where I don't like different flavored tea and the employees were hassling us to buy something/more all the time. The visit shouldn't have been included as it was a waste of time and money.
Other than that we had an enjoyable day out

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