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SCIC Chinese Medicine Study Course and Silk Road Explorations is available in Easter Period. Special offer from USD$1980 per person. This 14 days fully exclusive trip that covers Beijing, Dunhuang, Turfan and Urumqi. Don't miss it. More trips are available including the Yangtze River Cruise, Yellow Mountain Painting Trip, Shaolin, Wudang Mt and Terracotta Warriors Trips.



 
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The way you organized the tour was superb and from a cultural aspect gave good insights into Chinese customs, their civilization and their achievements from both past and present. Give a great thanks to you and your team!

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Beijing - 3 Days

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Beijing
Activities: Breakfast, Tianan Men Square, Forbidden City, Hutong Tour with Rickshaw, Dinner, Peking Opera Show
Meals: Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast we will head to Tian?n Men Square. It's amazing to walk through this immense square, with its great variety of magnificent sculptures. The square leads into the Forbidden City is a "must see" in Beijing. It is the largest and flamboyantly decorated palace in the world with unparallel historical relics. Having seen the home of an Emperor, a rickshaw ride to the typical architecture and community life of a Hutong district is equally memorable.  Here, through the hospitality of local families, you can gain an authentic experience of everyday life in this distinctive form of community. In the evening you will have another unforgettable experience with a visit to the Peking Opera, embodying the quintessential elements of the players?performing skills. The show embraces live singing, martial arts, acrobatics and Peking Opera performed in traditional costumes and make-up.


Day 2 Beijing
Activities: Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Tea House, Peking Duck
Meals: Lunch/Dinner

Undoubtedly, the Great wall is one of the world greatest tourist attractions, hence the old saying "A man isn't a real man if he has not climbed the Great Wall." Stretching across 5,000 kilometers (3,333) miles of unforgiving terrain, it was intended originally as a defense against nomadic invaders from the north and has now become a universally recognised symbol of China.  After visiting the Great Wall there is time to visit a teahouse, participating in a traditional tea ceremony with a chance to sample many kinds of teas, chat and relax. Then, as our distinguished guest, you will enjoy a traditional Peking Duck dinner. Slowly roasted over an open flame, the duck is cooked to golden brown with a specially hired cook to carve and prepare the meat. 


Day 3 Beijing
Activities: Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace, Chinese Acrobatics,
Meals: Lunch/Dinner

Each morning, thousands of local people practice Tai Chi at the Temple of Heaven so you can join in or just watch, as you stroll through this beautiful park. Lunch is prepared at a local restaurant near the city center before visiting the beautiful Summer Palace.   As prestigious as the Forbidden City, here you will find best preserved and largest of the imperial gardens in China. The evening brings a trip to see the famous Chinese Circus Acrobats in action with breathtaking skill, grace and daring. The Circus we have selected is considered the best one in China so you can expect a top level performance.

 

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