Day 1 Beijing
Day 2 Beijing
The Forbidden City (UNESCO) is the imperial place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties ruled for nearly 500 years (1420-1911). Experience the architectural splendor of the palaces, ceremonial courtyards, and private quarters.
The Temple of Heaven (UNESCO), where ancient Chinese emperors made sacrifices to Heaven and prayed for bountiful harvests, demonstrates the supreme achievement of traditional Chinese architecture.
Day 3 Beijing
The Summer Palace (UNESCO) is the largest imperial garden in the world. Emperors of successive dynasties created a summer retreat of Chinese gardens and pavilions, around the tranquil waters of Kunming Lake.
Day 4 Beijing - Chengde (by train)
Day 5 Chengde
The Putuozongcheng Temple was modeled after the Potala Palace in Tibet, which is notable for the combination of the Han and Tibetan architectural styles. The Putuozongcheng Temple and the Puning Temple are parts of the Eight Outer Temples in Chengde.
Nicknamed the "Big Buddha Temple", the Puning Temple houses the world's tallest wooden sculpture of the Bodhisattva.
- Private tour guide
- Private air-conditioned car or coach
- Land transfers between airport or train station and hotel
- Entrance ticket as listed
- Lunch as listed
- Hotel accommodation with breakfast
- Domestic train tickets as listed
- Service charge & government taxes
- Flight ticket
- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax fee, phone bills, optional activities
- Gratuities for guides and drivers
- China Visa
- Travel insurance