Apart from the most widely known classical attractions, it’s also possible to discover more hidden treasures and see a more approachable and vivid Beijing in your Beijing holiday, only if you slow down and savor. If time is not an issue for you, it’s suggested to spend a week or so for an in-depth perspective about the city.
The Jingshan Mountain, the Lama Temple and the Temple of Confucius are suggested for those who’d like to dig deeper in Chinese history. Or you can take a rickshaw to discover the hutongs and even go closer by visiting a hutong family in a traditional quadrangle dwelling to observe traditional Beijing life. For an artistic Beijing, the 798 Art District thronged with galleries and art workshops will introduce more about China’s home-grown contemporary art. If you’re a bar animal, head over to the Beijing Workers’ Stadium, a world-class nightlife atmosphere in this area just won’t let you down.
All of our tours can be customized around your budget, timeframe and other requests. Our private tour service featuring private English speaking tour guide, AC vehicle, and licensed driver all the way ensures you to discover the breadth and length of Beijing while enjoying the privacy with families or friends, comfort and flexibility to control your own sightseeing pace.
You don’t need to fear about the price of our Private Tours, though slightly higher in price, a private tour will guarantee that you have the experience of a lifetime. After all, how many times will you come to China?
Suggested Itineraries for an In-depth Beijing: