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Beijing and Chengdu Impression Tour

6-Day Beijing (4Days)Chengdu (2Days)

Pay for a visit to the capital city of Beijing for culture immersion via hike to the top of world’s great wonders – Great Wall. While to the Chengdu, which symbolic importance of the panda and hotpot.

  • Tour Type: Private Tour
  • Best Season: All seasons
  • Exprience:

From $1,119 USD p/p

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Highlights

  • Skip the line in forbidden city for most of your time there
  • Climb up the further top of Mutianyu Great Wall for physical challenge
  • Hop on a rickshaw ride through small allays and see the real life of Beijinger's
  • See pandas outside of their enclosure in Chengdu panda base
  • Expect to see adorable baby pandas in breeding season
  • Have a cup of tea in a local tea house which is the epitome of Chengdu

Tour Itinerary

DAY
1

Beijing Arrival

Airport Transfer (Beijing)

Arrive in Beijing Airport, meet your guide after luggage claim, take your comfort private transfer to your hotel for rest. Your guide will give you suggestion of restaurants and place to explore by your own.

Good to Know:

We will send your Beijing guide’s phone number by email before the tour, of your guide doesn’t show up, please make a phone call to he/her, or contact your travel advisor, our emergency contact is +86-15978055067.

airport pick up

Airport pick up

DAY
2

Beijing

Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City, Explore Hutong More and Learn to Make Dumplings with the Local

Starts your trip from your hotel, and head to Tian’anmen Square, the large memorial square with the entrance to the Forbidden City to the North, Mao's mausoleum to the South and the Beijing National Museum is to the East. Many big historical events happened here in Chinese history.

Go through the square to the entrance of Forbidden City, we already book tickets in advance for skip the long line for buying tickets. The Forbidden City was home to 24 emperors in China, explore the multifunctional architecture and the exquisite collections in the palace. Your guide really helps you to understand the significance and cultural importance these sites have in the history of China.

Walk into a traditional courtyard, visit a Hutong family, and explore their lifestyle. Acknowledge Chinese children living in a hutong via their daily life. Learn something about Chinese calligraphy. Try to write the simple characters with a brush.

Play with a Chinese yo-yo made of wood or bamboo in the courtyard.

Finally, taste a popular snack loved by kids. This is also an amazing traditional Chinese form of folk art called sugar painting. Try to use a spoon to design the candy pattern.

Beijing Forbidden City

Beijing Forbidden City - The Palace Museum

Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square

Chinese Calligraphy Learning in Hutong Family

Chinese Calligraphy Learning in Hutong Family

Sugar Painting

Sugar Painting

DAY
3

Beijing

The Mutianyu Great Wall(with round way cable car), Temple of Heaven

Meet your guide in the morning and starts your trip from The Temple of Heaven, it was a special altar for the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties to worship heaven (in winter), to pray for rain (in summer) and to pray for a good harvest (in spring). Outside there is a public park, walk around whilst watching people there dancing, playing Taichi and play Chinese yoyo.

The trip to Beijing Great Wall is a must-do in one’s lifetime. Today we will head to Great Wall at Mutianyu Section. It takes 1 1/2 hours’ drive from Beijing center. A cable car up with an excellent and safe set, along with the stunning panoramic view of wall, you can hike up to reach 5-8 watchtowers, mostly mild graded except for a few steep spots with different depths.

Ride a cable car down to the bottom or try thrilling slide down with a toboggan.

the temple of heaven

The Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven Park

Playing Taichi in The Temple of Heaven Park

Mutianyu Great Wall

Mutianyu Great Wall

slid way

Slid down from Mutianyu Great Wall

DAY
4

Beijing to Chengdu by Flight No. TBA

Hotel to airport Transfer (Beijing), Airport Transfer (Chengdu), Chunxi Street, "I Am Here" Panda Sculpture, The Panda Post, Local Tea House in People's Park

Wake up early to catch the flight to Chengdu, meet your guide in Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport.

Take a walk to the features of the city, firstly to Chunxi Pedestrian Street, full of high-end luxury Shops, restaurants and local eatery. Along way You can see the city icon "I Am Here" Panda Sculpture” outside the wall of Chengdu International Finance Square.

The Panda Post in Chengdu is the only postal service in the world with the giant panda as its items, where you can buy everything featuring the giant panda, from stamps, postcards, albums, envelopes to toys and souvenirs. You can post the lovely postcards to anywhere in the world. The cost to purchase and mail the postcard is not included. The price for postcards ranges from CNY6 to CNY30 (US$1 to US$5) each and the mailing service cost about CNY15 to 20 (US$2-US$3) each.

Spend a nice afternoon in Chengdu People’s Park is a perfect way to observe the locals enjoying a day, stroll around and find out people play Taichi or dancing. A matching making section which always full of people seeking for destiny, you will learn about marriage in China from your guide. Seat down in a tea house in the park, have a cup of tea and just chilling out and soaking in the atmosphere like a local.

Lunch at a local restaurant and taste authentic Sichuan food.

I Am Here Panda Sculpture”

"I Am Here" Panda Sculpture”

panda-post-office

Panda Post Office

Tea House in Chengdu People's Park

Tea House in Chengdu People's Park

match making section in the park

Match Making Section in the Park

DAY
5

Chengdu

Panda Breeding and Research Center, Jinsha Museum, Jinli Old Street (includes snack tasting experience)

Today’s trip starts from Giant Panda Breeding Research Base, The enclosures are large and well kept, you can observe pandas of all ages and stages and the Red Pandas, and it was fun to watch them interact with each other. Inside the base there is a Panda Museum for acknowledge their life habit and how we make our efforts to protect these living treasures. Go to the base in the early morning when the pandas are fed and enjoy less crowed visit.

Then head to Jinsha Museum, a large museum build on the original excavated sites, it containing the thousands of artifacts that have been excavated, Visitors are able to view precious items such as golden mask crafted from real gold, ivory handle fans sold to European markets and bronze and pottery ware, the trip included 3D movie for a visual feast.

Back to the reality in Jinli Old Street, the street is full of souvenir shops and restaurants, we offer opportunity to taste well-known local snacks like bean jelly in chili source, sweet potato noodle and wonton in Sichuan style. If you are brave, you can try rabbit head in chili source.

Back to your hotel after tour.

Giant Panda Breeding Center”

Giant Panda Breeding Research Base

Baby Panda

Baby Panda

Jinsha Museum

Jinsha Museum

Jinli Street

Jinli Street

DAY
6

Chengdu Departure

Hotel to airport Transfer (Chengdu)

Transfer to Chengdu Airport or train station for onward your next destination.

Price Per Person in US Dollars

$ USD
Apr.1- Nov.31 Tourist Class Superior Class Deluxe Class Single Room Supplement
1 person -
2-5 persons / /
6-9 persons / /

* The price may change during some festivals including the Spring Festival, Tomb Sweeping Day, Labor Day (1st May), Mid Autumn Day and National Day (1st Oct.).

* The price is subject to change based on exchange rate.

What's Included & Excluded

Price Inclusion

  • Entrance fees.
  • Meals listed in the itinerary.
  • Private transfers.
  • Private English-speaking guide and driver.
  • Hotels listed in the itinerary.
  • Service Charge & Taxes.
  • China Life Tourist Accident/Casualty Insurance.
  • Luggage Transfers.

Price Exclusion

  • International Airfare or Train Tickets to enter or leave China.
  • China Entry Visa Fees.
  • Excess Baggage Charges.
  • Personal Expenses.
  • Any meals that are not mentioned in the tour itinerary.
  • Single Room Supplement.

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