Exciting experience in China's first-class enterprise & leading tour company.
·You will work mainly as an intern website editor in Inbound Tourism Department.
·Your working environment will be comfortable and pleasant.
·CITS provide free Chinese cuisine buffet for lunch every workday.
·After the internship, you will receive a valid internship certificate issued from CITS.
·Flexible working time and tailor-made tour
Hand-picked attractions in Beijing
Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Mutianyu Great Wall, Temple of Heaven, Guozijian Imperial Academy, Lama Temple, etc.
Monday – Friday
In the morning, visit the Tian’an men Square, the world’s largest and renowned public square where many historical events once took place. Head to the Forbidden City, the world’s largest and renowned public square where many historical events once took place.
After the lunch, continue to visit the Summer Palace (UNESCO), the largest imperial garden in the world.
Today, take a visit to the Mutianyu Great Wall, which is one of the most spectacular structures ever built by human and as the only one visible from space.
Pay a visit to Changling Tomb (UNESCO), one of the Thirteen Tombs of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) as well as the largest and oldest Ming Tomb near Beijing.
Monday – Friday
Visit 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.
Head to the Lama Temple. Initially built as a prince’s residence in 1694 and later transformed into a royal resort palace, the temple finally became the Tibetan Buddhist temple we know today, which has the largest sandalwood Buddha in the world.
Dip your toes into Guozijian Imperial Academy, once the national central institution of higher learnings in Chinese dynasties. When disbanded during the 1898 reform of the Qing Dynasty, the Academy was replaced by the Imperial Capital University, later known as Peking University.
In the morning, pay a visit to National Museum, the most inclusive museum of time-honored Chinese culture and history in the country.
Then, visit Jingshan Park where worth your climb on a clear day for spectacular views of the whole Forbidden City and Beijing.
Then pay a visit to the largest, most influential art district in China – the 798 Art District, which hosts world-class international and Chinese exhibits in the midst of former weapons factories.
-- Private tour guide
-- Private air-conditioned coach
-- Land transfers between airport or railway station and hotel
-- Entrance tickets as listed
-- Chinese lunch as listed
-- Centrally located hotels with breakfast
-- Service charge & government taxes
-- Flight or train ticket
-- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, phone bills, optional activities
-- Tips for guides and drivers
-- China Visa
-- Travel insurance