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On your request to tour The Mutianyu great wall, You are given a private driver through their driver service. What makes it more convenient? All you have to do is wait for your designated driver at the hotel lobby to pick you. There is a famous saying by Chairman Mao: “If you don’t get to the Great Wall you’re not a good man.”  As an ”Eighth Wonder of the Ancient World”, the Great Wall of China is a must-see attraction. However, there are many different sections of the Great Wall in Beijing, so which section is best for you? For the first-time visitor to Beijing, who wants to see most highlights of the Great Wall in a time-saving manner, without too much exertion, the Great Wall at Mutianyu is probably the best choice. Tour Highlights Instead of taking ferry bus, Our driver has a privilege to drive you to the foot of the great wall directly to skip the queue. Hike up the best fully-restored Great Wall section at Mutianyu. Enjoy a peaceful time and being amazed by the Great Wall at Mutianyu which is less crowded, has better architecture, and has more watchtowers than other sections. Take a cable car (or toboggan) up and down […]

Hire a car to Mutianyu Great wall

On your request to tour The Mutianyu great wall, You are given a private driver through their driver service. What makes it more convenient? All you have to do is wait for your designated driver at the hotel lobby to pick you. There is a famous saying by Chairman Mao: “If you don’t get to the Great Wall you’re not a good man.”  As an ”Eighth Wonder of the Ancient World”, the Great Wall of China is a must-see attraction. However, there are many different sections of the Great Wall in Beijing, so which section is best for you? For the first-time visitor to Beijing, who wants to see most highlights of the Great Wall in a time-saving manner, without too much exertion, the Great Wall at Mutianyu is probably the best choice. Tour Highlights Instead of taking ferry bus, Our driver has a privilege to drive you to the foot of the great wall directly to skip the queue. Hike up the best fully-restored Great Wall section at Mutianyu. Enjoy a peaceful time and being amazed by the Great Wall at Mutianyu which is less crowded, has better architecture, and has more watchtowers than other sections. Take a cable car (or toboggan) up and down […]

US$ 129


Mutianyu greatwall Situated in Beijing’s Huairou District at least 73 km from Beijing, Mutianyu Great Wall is one of the most symbolic parts of the great wall and among the 16 newest tourists’ attractions in Beijing. Having a unique construction with densely located watchtowers, Mutianyu has famous sections such as Ox Horn Edge, Jiankou, and Ying Fei Dao. While it was built in the Northern Qi Dynasty it was later restored to the Ming Dynasty. Today, it’s perhaps the best construction quality and the most preserved section. Features Constructed mainly in granite, Mutianyu Great Wall is 4-5 meters wide and 7-8 meters wide. As compared to other parts of the wall, it has some very unique characteristics in its built. Some of its most notable features include · With over 22 watchtowers, its watchtowers are densely populated. · Both its inner and outer parapets are designed with merlons hence shots can be fired to the enemy from both sides. · The Mutianyu Pass has 3 watchtowers with 1 big one and 2 small ones on both sides. · It has a large area of vegetation which cannot be compared to any other area of the wall. Tourists feature and the […]

Hire a car to Mutianyu great wall & Forbidden city

Mutianyu greatwall Situated in Beijing’s Huairou District at least 73 km from Beijing, Mutianyu Great Wall is one of the most symbolic parts of the great wall and among the 16 newest tourists’ attractions in Beijing. Having a unique construction with densely located watchtowers, Mutianyu has famous sections such as Ox Horn Edge, Jiankou, and Ying Fei Dao. While it was built in the Northern Qi Dynasty it was later restored to the Ming Dynasty. Today, it’s perhaps the best construction quality and the most preserved section. Features Constructed mainly in granite, Mutianyu Great Wall is 4-5 meters wide and 7-8 meters wide. As compared to other parts of the wall, it has some very unique characteristics in its built. Some of its most notable features include · With over 22 watchtowers, its watchtowers are densely populated. · Both its inner and outer parapets are designed with merlons hence shots can be fired to the enemy from both sides. · The Mutianyu Pass has 3 watchtowers with 1 big one and 2 small ones on both sides. · It has a large area of vegetation which cannot be compared to any other area of the wall. Tourists feature and the […]


Forbidden-city
Forbidden City As one of the most famous sites to see when visiting Beijing in China, the Forbidden Cityis a place that would transport just about anyone into the past. It has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 due to its incomparable beauty, and as the structure and the overall uniqueness of the palace is considered as a major part in history, it has been ensured that the establishment would be well-preserved in the years to come. The 178-acre Forbidden City, now referred to as the Palace Museum, was considered to be “forbidden” as it was only the emperor who was allowed to roam the location whenever he wished. Should a government official, a member of the imperial family or any other guest express their interest to visit, they should be granted the permission by just the emperor himself and no one else without any exceptions. This rule was applied during the reign of the 24 emperors who lived in the Palace during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, with the tradition starting out in the year 1420. It was said that the astronomers during the ancient Chinese era believed that at the center of heaven, a […]

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Forbidden City As one of the most famous sites to see when visiting Beijing in China, the Forbidden Cityis a place that would transport just about anyone into the past. It has been named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 due to its incomparable beauty, and as the structure and the overall uniqueness of the palace is considered as a major part in history, it has been ensured that the establishment would be well-preserved in the years to come. The 178-acre Forbidden City, now referred to as the Palace Museum, was considered to be “forbidden” as it was only the emperor who was allowed to roam the location whenever he wished. Should a government official, a member of the imperial family or any other guest express their interest to visit, they should be granted the permission by just the emperor himself and no one else without any exceptions. This rule was applied during the reign of the 24 emperors who lived in the Palace during the Ming and Qing Dynasties, with the tradition starting out in the year 1420. It was said that the astronomers during the ancient Chinese era believed that at the center of heaven, a […]

US$ 123



cuandixia
Overview Chuandixia or Cuandixia village is located in a small town named Zhaitang in Mentougou District, which is approximately 90 kilometers west of Beijing. It is famous for many historical relics, unique dwelling areas, and traditional ancient villages that are surrounded by beautiful mountainous scene. History Chuandixia village is dated back to 500 years ago in Ming and Qing Dynasty. It used to be a thriving town that was situated on the Cuanlixian military pass. However, there are only 30 families still live in this area today. With a unique culture and many traditional relics, this beautiful village attracts thousands of tourists all over the country each year. What to see in Cuandixia village What makes Chuandixia different from other villages in China is that it has a breathtaking natural scene, many historical relics, unique architecture, and peaceful tranquility. These factors make it a perfect place for photographers and family travelers. The most distinctive features in the Cuandixia village are the complexes of quadrangle dwelling, which were built since the Ming and Qing dynasty. In addition, there are many historical sites such as ancient Quan Cong temple, Goddess temple, Buddhist temple, and ancient grind. The local people are very friendly […]

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Overview Chuandixia or Cuandixia village is located in a small town named Zhaitang in Mentougou District, which is approximately 90 kilometers west of Beijing. It is famous for many historical relics, unique dwelling areas, and traditional ancient villages that are surrounded by beautiful mountainous scene. History Chuandixia village is dated back to 500 years ago in Ming and Qing Dynasty. It used to be a thriving town that was situated on the Cuanlixian military pass. However, there are only 30 families still live in this area today. With a unique culture and many traditional relics, this beautiful village attracts thousands of tourists all over the country each year. What to see in Cuandixia village What makes Chuandixia different from other villages in China is that it has a breathtaking natural scene, many historical relics, unique architecture, and peaceful tranquility. These factors make it a perfect place for photographers and family travelers. The most distinctive features in the Cuandixia village are the complexes of quadrangle dwelling, which were built since the Ming and Qing dynasty. In addition, there are many historical sites such as ancient Quan Cong temple, Goddess temple, Buddhist temple, and ancient grind. The local people are very friendly […]

US$ 123


East qing tomb
Overview of Eastern Qing mausoleum complex The Eastern Qing Tombs, along with the Western area, are a complex of the imperial mausoleum of the last dynasty in Chinese history – Quing dynasty. These are the tombs of 5 emperors (including Tongzhi, Xianfeng, Qianlong, Kangxi, and Shunzhi), 15 empresses, and hundreds of princes, princesses, concubines. The location is situated 125 km northeast of downtown Beijing and surrounded by a mountainous area. What to see in Eastern Qing Tombs The Eastern Qing mausoleum complex is known as the largest, best preserved and most complete tombs in the country. It stretches over an area of approximately 80 km2 with 580 delicate and beautiful ancient buildings, including stone archway, spirit way, and underground palaces. Located at the complex’s center, the tomb of the first Qing emperor – Shunzhi – was built with a traditional and unique concept. The standard layout is designed with three main parts: kitchens, palaces, and spirit way. All tombs in the Eastern Qing complex follow this standard. The mausoleum of Qianlong, also known as Yuling, is one of the greatest tombs in China. It has a splendid tomb chamber with 9 vaults that are separated by 4 marble doors. All […]

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Overview of Eastern Qing mausoleum complex The Eastern Qing Tombs, along with the Western area, are a complex of the imperial mausoleum of the last dynasty in Chinese history – Quing dynasty. These are the tombs of 5 emperors (including Tongzhi, Xianfeng, Qianlong, Kangxi, and Shunzhi), 15 empresses, and hundreds of princes, princesses, concubines. The location is situated 125 km northeast of downtown Beijing and surrounded by a mountainous area. What to see in Eastern Qing Tombs The Eastern Qing mausoleum complex is known as the largest, best preserved and most complete tombs in the country. It stretches over an area of approximately 80 km2 with 580 delicate and beautiful ancient buildings, including stone archway, spirit way, and underground palaces. Located at the complex’s center, the tomb of the first Qing emperor – Shunzhi – was built with a traditional and unique concept. The standard layout is designed with three main parts: kitchens, palaces, and spirit way. All tombs in the Eastern Qing complex follow this standard. The mausoleum of Qianlong, also known as Yuling, is one of the greatest tombs in China. It has a splendid tomb chamber with 9 vaults that are separated by 4 marble doors. All […]

US$ 123


badaling-greatwall
Boasting one of the nine fortresses in ancient times, Badaling Great Wall perches along Guangou Ancient Road, Jundu Mountain, Yanqing County of Beijing, which is the essence of Ming-era Great Wall with hilly peaks, occupying a commanding position, so it served as a defense against intruders from north China in the Ming dynasty. Initially built in the 18th year of Emperor Hongzhi’s reign and renovated in Emperor Wanli’s reign in the Ming dynasty, Guancheng City of Badaling Great Wall is trapezoid-shaped with a tablet engraved in the 10th year of Emperor Wanli’s reign in its east gate and west gate, which read “Outer Town of Juyong Pass” and “Key to North Door” respectively. Both arch-gates are brick-stone structured with a platform, on the top of which stands crenels with a passage available in its south and north respectively, well connected with the city walls. Blessed with a favorable geographic environment, Badaling Great Wall has long been a significant communication line to Shanxi Province, Inner Mongolia, and Zhangjiakou, where the transportation is much more convenient with the opening of Badaling Highway. Moreover, the annual average temperature in Badaling is 3F lower than that in Beijing downtown, making it a famous summer […]

Hire a car to Badaling Great wall

Boasting one of the nine fortresses in ancient times, Badaling Great Wall perches along Guangou Ancient Road, Jundu Mountain, Yanqing County of Beijing, which is the essence of Ming-era Great Wall with hilly peaks, occupying a commanding position, so it served as a defense against intruders from north China in the Ming dynasty. Initially built in the 18th year of Emperor Hongzhi’s reign and renovated in Emperor Wanli’s reign in the Ming dynasty, Guancheng City of Badaling Great Wall is trapezoid-shaped with a tablet engraved in the 10th year of Emperor Wanli’s reign in its east gate and west gate, which read “Outer Town of Juyong Pass” and “Key to North Door” respectively. Both arch-gates are brick-stone structured with a platform, on the top of which stands crenels with a passage available in its south and north respectively, well connected with the city walls. Blessed with a favorable geographic environment, Badaling Great Wall has long been a significant communication line to Shanxi Province, Inner Mongolia, and Zhangjiakou, where the transportation is much more convenient with the opening of Badaling Highway. Moreover, the annual average temperature in Badaling is 3F lower than that in Beijing downtown, making it a famous summer […]

US$ 123



Longqing Gorge
4 Superb Reasons to Visit Longqing Gorge For any traveler, tourist or vacationer looking for some adventurous fun in China, Beijing has always been a wonderful place to consider. There are plenty of things to do and see in the Chinese capital. Talk of amazing scenery, modern architecture, great food, and lots of things to learn. Among the attractions, however, Longqing Gorge, which lies just about 53 miles from the city, has always been at the top of the list. There is a lot to see, enjoy, and discover from this amazing scenery. Here are some reasons you may want to pay Longqing Gorge a visit. 1. Plenty of Wonderful Things to See The northeast Yanqing County scenic spot is home to more than just a few attractions to enjoy. Of course, this is the primary reason it Longqing Gorge is highly reputed. Among its many attractions, includes the Baihua Cave, Longqing Gorge Cruise, the Jingang Temples, and the Shenxianyuan temples. Apart from these, you get to enjoy amazing views of the clear waters, the karst caves, the Longqing Dam, and wooded mountains as you get to the gorge. 2. Awesome Events, Festivals, and Entertainment Longqing Gorge is also quite […]

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4 Superb Reasons to Visit Longqing Gorge For any traveler, tourist or vacationer looking for some adventurous fun in China, Beijing has always been a wonderful place to consider. There are plenty of things to do and see in the Chinese capital. Talk of amazing scenery, modern architecture, great food, and lots of things to learn. Among the attractions, however, Longqing Gorge, which lies just about 53 miles from the city, has always been at the top of the list. There is a lot to see, enjoy, and discover from this amazing scenery. Here are some reasons you may want to pay Longqing Gorge a visit. 1. Plenty of Wonderful Things to See The northeast Yanqing County scenic spot is home to more than just a few attractions to enjoy. Of course, this is the primary reason it Longqing Gorge is highly reputed. Among its many attractions, includes the Baihua Cave, Longqing Gorge Cruise, the Jingang Temples, and the Shenxianyuan temples. Apart from these, you get to enjoy amazing views of the clear waters, the karst caves, the Longqing Dam, and wooded mountains as you get to the gorge. 2. Awesome Events, Festivals, and Entertainment Longqing Gorge is also quite […]

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Huanghuacheng-Greatwall
Hire a car to Huanghuacheng Great Wall If you have visited China’s Huanghuacheng Great Wall, then you have not seen it all. So great is the experience that Mao Zedong, the famous founding father of China asserted that one who has not climbed the wall is not a true man. Starting with its history, the wall was commissioned by the Ching Dynasty Emperor in in (1368-1644). The purpose of the wall was to protect the Ming Tombs and also enhance Beijing’s defense in the northern border. General Cai build the wall, which took him a hundred years before its completion. Later, General Cai was scolded and beheaded by the emperor under the claims that he had used a lot of money to build the wall. Sadly, the emperor came to realize later that the wall was one of the best handiwork ever. The all-time popular wall of China lies about 80kms from the NW side of Beijing and has a length of 12km with 5 terraces and 49 towers. It connects the west Badaling Great Wall with the East Jiankou Great Wall. Apart from having such an interesting history and standing the test of time, Huanghuacheng Great Wall is also […]

Hire a car to Huanghuacheng Great Wall

Hire a car to Huanghuacheng Great Wall If you have visited China’s Huanghuacheng Great Wall, then you have not seen it all. So great is the experience that Mao Zedong, the famous founding father of China asserted that one who has not climbed the wall is not a true man. Starting with its history, the wall was commissioned by the Ching Dynasty Emperor in in (1368-1644). The purpose of the wall was to protect the Ming Tombs and also enhance Beijing’s defense in the northern border. General Cai build the wall, which took him a hundred years before its completion. Later, General Cai was scolded and beheaded by the emperor under the claims that he had used a lot of money to build the wall. Sadly, the emperor came to realize later that the wall was one of the best handiwork ever. The all-time popular wall of China lies about 80kms from the NW side of Beijing and has a length of 12km with 5 terraces and 49 towers. It connects the west Badaling Great Wall with the East Jiankou Great Wall. Apart from having such an interesting history and standing the test of time, Huanghuacheng Great Wall is also […]


Jinshanling great wall – A great choice to hiking Overview Located in Hebei Province – 130km northeast of Beijing, Jinshanling great wall is a small part of the Great Wall of China. It was built during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century and is one of the best-preserved sections with many impressive features. The most special things about this place are 31 watchtowers that were built in various shapes: square or rectangular, short or tall, 1 or 2 floors. Visitors can easily notice tablet writings and poem on the wall. Currently, the site has 2 gates: the East gate and the West gate (front gate). Keep in mind that you aren’t allowed to visit the East gate between 16th November and 15th March, leaving the West gate the only choice to enter this location. Jinshanling – a popular hiking destination There are 4 popular hiking routes to choose in Jinshanling: – Route 1: About 7 km and 4 hours to complete. Start from Shalingkou Pass, then walk along the Jinshan tower, eastern 5-window tower, Houchuankou pass, and finish at the east gate. – Route 2: About 5 km and 3 hours to complete. Start at Zhuanduokou Pass, then go […]

Hire a car to Jinshanling Great wall

Jinshanling great wall – A great choice to hiking Overview Located in Hebei Province – 130km northeast of Beijing, Jinshanling great wall is a small part of the Great Wall of China. It was built during the Ming Dynasty in the 15th century and is one of the best-preserved sections with many impressive features. The most special things about this place are 31 watchtowers that were built in various shapes: square or rectangular, short or tall, 1 or 2 floors. Visitors can easily notice tablet writings and poem on the wall. Currently, the site has 2 gates: the East gate and the West gate (front gate). Keep in mind that you aren’t allowed to visit the East gate between 16th November and 15th March, leaving the West gate the only choice to enter this location. Jinshanling – a popular hiking destination There are 4 popular hiking routes to choose in Jinshanling: – Route 1: About 7 km and 4 hours to complete. Start from Shalingkou Pass, then walk along the Jinshan tower, eastern 5-window tower, Houchuankou pass, and finish at the east gate. – Route 2: About 5 km and 3 hours to complete. Start at Zhuanduokou Pass, then go […]

US$ 139