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Hong Kong is the place where East meets West due to its colonial history, while Beijing has been the national capital for the most of the time in the past 700 years, where you will see the most important cultural and historical relics.

Best for: Expats, Business People

Duration: 6 days & 5 nights

Travel Type: Private tour - FlexibleFree to customize

Highlights:
• Hong Kong highlights of Victoria Peak and Repulse Bay
• Must-see Forbidden City, the Great Wall, Terra-cotta Warriors
• Hutong strolling for Real China experience

Customize Your Tour:
☑  Travel Dates  ☑ Your Interests  ☑ Your Travel Style

Day
Upon arrival, your local guide will meet you at the airport or train station, and then transfer you to hotel for check in. The rest of day for your own exploration at this modern city.

After breakfast, your guide and driver will pick you up at your hotel, and transfer to experience the quickest and most scenic way up to the highest point on Hong Kong Island - Victoria Peak by Peak Tram. Passing by the Repulse Bay - one of the most beautiful beaches in Hong Kong, the sight of the bay is peaceful, with broad beach, moderate slope and warm seawater. Then move on to the Aberdeen Fishing Village. You can see the local fishermen's way of life at Aberdeen Harbour and admire its collection of floating villages here. If you like to take a closer look at the fishing village, you can choose an optional Sampan boat ride with an additional fee. Continue the trip and visit the Stanley Market, it is a perfect place to find silk garments, sportswear, art, Chinese costume jewel, souvenirs and other bargains.


Meal: B, L

Victoria Peak

Free time in the morning, transfer to take a late afternoon flight to Beijing.

  Suggestions for Your Leisure Time  

  • Wont Tai Sin Temple: It's a Taoist Temple established in 1921 and probably the most well-known Temple in Hong Kong. Most people visiting the temple come to assess their fortune by using fortune sticks. There are some English speaking soothsayers who can help visitors interpret the fortune sticks. Enjoy the sincere atmosphere of praying and kau com for good fortune. (MTR Wont Tai Sin Temple, Exit B2 and turn left)
  • Victoria Harbour (Victoria Bay): A natural landform located between the beautiful Hong Kong Island and Kowloon. It is the largest harbour in China and famous for its stunning panoramic views. Trip aboard ferry at night is a great way to appreciate the splendid night view. (MTR Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit F. Or Central Station, Exit D)
  • Avenue of Stars: Located on the east area of Tsim Sha Tsui, the Avenue of Stars has more than a hundred celebrity handprints, such as Jackie Chan and Andy Lay, these will take you on a dazzling "journey to the stars". Walking along the Avenue of Stars, you can enjoy the stunning night view on the other side of Victoria Harbour. (MTR East Tsim Sha Tsui Station, Exit J or Star Ferry from Central or Wan Chai to Tsim Sha Tsui)
  • Temple Street Night Market: It's the livest and largest night market in Hong Kong. Variety of goods can be found at different stalls at the night market, including clothes, electrical goods, Jades, Children's stuffs, and everything that you may need. It's the last remaining night market that combines the section of cultu, cuisine, commence and society. (MTR Yan Ma Tei Station, Exit C, turn onto Temple Street at Man Ming Lane. Or MR Jordan Station, Exit A, turn right onto Jordan Road and then take another right onto Temple Street.)


Meal: B

Lead a private escorted tour to Temple of Heaven, a complex of religious buildings, which was the site of the Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to Heaven for good harvest, now you can see the local Beijingers, especially the elderly, doing morning exercises here. Join the locals and take a Tai Chi lesson at Temple of Heaven. For senior travelers, the soft moves and kicks are good for your health mentally and physically. Secondly, go to the Tiananmen Square, located at the heart of Beijing, is the world's largest city center square. 

Thirdly go to the Forbidden City, officially as the Imperial Palace Museum, was constructed between 1406 and 1420 by the Ming emperor Zhu Di and witnessed the enthronement of 14 Ming and 10 Qing emperors over the following 505 years. 

 Kind Reminder:  

  • The Forbidden City closes on each Monday, your tour consultant will helps you to adjust the tour itinerary if it happens to be Monday. 


OPTIONAL NIGHT SHOW

  • Beijing Kung Fu Show: A rare chance to watch the real Shaolin Kung Fu. The performers are the best and have mastered the difficult moves. 
  • Beijing Opera Show: It is one of the most famous traditional Chinese opera. The artists wear heavy make-up and act out the legends and romance with their unique style of singing and dance. 


Meal: B, L

Temple of Heaven

A visit to the Great Wall is the highlight during your Beijing tour. We plan a private escorted tour to Mutianyu Great Wall today. For the elderly travelers, we arrange you the round way cable car to save time and energy. Mutianyu has the largest construction scale and best quality among all sections of Great Wall. In the old days, Beijing City is like a boxy bean curd or a chess board with each Hutong lying. This square layout not only influences Beijinger's way of living, but also affects their thoughts and actions. A pedicab Hutong tour is prepared for you to have a closer experience. 

Kind Reminder:  

  • Round-trip cable car ride is included at Great Wall. If you would like to descend by toboggan, please tell your tour guide in advance.


OPTIONAL DINNER

  • For foodies, special and crisp Peking duck dinner is recommended.


Meal: B, L

Free at leisure until be met and transferred to airport for your flight to next destination.


Meal: B


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What's included

  • Guide

    Private tours escorted by an English-speaking guide.

  • Meals

    Meals specified in itinerary as B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner.

  • Transport

    Private transfers airport/hotel/airport.

  • Accommodation

    Accommodations with daily breakfast.

  • Other

    Domestic flights and trains listed.
    Admission fees.

  • Visa

    Visa arrangement. Please consult the local Chinese Embassy or Consulates-General first for the tourist visa.

  • Other

    Excess luggage charge(the luggage allowance at economy class is 20kg).
    Personal expense.
    Any meals not specified as "B, L or D".
    Gratuities to guides and drivers.

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