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Private Beijing Night Tour

Private Beijing Night Tour Packages
Country: China
City: Beijing
Duration: 3 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Photography Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Package Itinerary

At 18:00, your tour guide will pick you up from your hotel in downtown Beijing and take you to enjoy a 3-hour trip of night scenery. You will visit the landmarks including the Olympic Park, the Bird's Nest, and Water Cube. You will also be driven by the CCTV Tower, Tiananmen Square, and Giant Egg, National Centre for the Performing Arts.

You will also stop at one of the Corner Towers of the Forbidden City, where you will gain the best shoot angle of the Forbidden City at night.

Afterward, you will be taken to Houhai Bar Street, passing by the Bell Tower and Drum Tower. Here you will get close to Beijing nightlife. Next, you will be accompanied to enjoy a night walk in the Hutongs. The tour will end at around 21:00 and you will be escorted back to your hotel.

Price Includes:

Private English-speaking guide

Private driver & air-conditioned vehicle

Bottles of drinking water for free

Price Excludes:


Tips or gratuities for guide


Beijing, only eclipsed by Shanghai in terms of size, is not only the political center of China – a position it has held for more than 800 years – it also plays an important role in the nation's cultural, economic, scientific, and academic life. Located in the northwest of the North China Plain, not far from the western slopes of the Yanshan mountains, Beijing – still sometimes referred to as Peking – is a great place from which to explore this dynamic country due to its dense network of road, rail, and airline connections with other major cities.

Beijing itself has no shortage of unique sightseeing opportunities. It is home to some of the country's best-known tourist attractions, including a section of the famous Great Wall of China at Badaling Pass. Among the city's many historical and cultural points of interest are the Imperial Palace, Beihai Park, Coal Hill Park, and the Heavenly Temple, most of them within the well-preserved historic city center.

The Palace Museum and the Forbidden City
The Imperial Palace, also known as the Forbidden City, is China's most significant attraction and can trace its origins back to the Yuan Dynasty of the 13th century. Its immense size is the result of enlargements made during the Ming Dynasty between 1406 and 1420 after the capital was transferred here from Nanking.

The Great Wall of China
Beijing is only an hour away from what is undoubtedly one of the country's most famous historic structures: the Great Wall of China. Here at Badaling Pass, the first part of the Wall to be opened to tourists in the 1950s, you can enjoy a walk along an impressive section of the Great Wall dating from the 16th century and standing up to eight meters high.

Tiananmen Square
Tiananmen Square (the Square of Heavenly Peace) is the world's largest inner-city square. Designed to hold a million people, it was built to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Chinese Republic in 1958. Considered the center of communist China, the square's symbolic importance dates back to May 4th, 1919, when students demonstrated against the Chinese provisions of the Treaty of Versailles.

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