1-Day Temple of Heaven and Beijing Old Hutong Tour from Beijing

  • Tour code: 274-6243
  • Available: Sat (once a month)
  • Depart from: Beijing, China
  • Duration: 1 Day
From USD$65

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Visit Beijing.

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  • Looking into local people’s life by taking a rickshaw at Beijing Old Hutong

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  • Day 1 Beijing
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Day 1 Beijing

Today we will explore Beijing, starting with the Temple of Heaven, which was used to pray for harvest by the emperors. It is China's existinglargest structure for sacrifice to heaven. After Lunch, we will head to Old Beijing Hutong Area, where you have an opportunity to look into ordinary people's life by taking a rickshaw. And you also enjoy various optional activities, such as Paper cutting lesson, Calligraphy lesson, Beijing Opera Masks lesson, Tai Chi lesson and so on. After that, enjoy your free time at Nanluoguxiang, a fashionable pedestrian street redecorated from large numbers of one-story courtyard houses of Hutong. Right here, you could savor some local snacks, and buy various special souvenirs.

With more than 20 million people, China's capital is one of the most populated cities in the world. Beijing is an incredibly ancient city, and its stylized architecture, opulent gardens, and more have made it a popular tourism locale.

  • Always Visit
    This large complex of Daoist buildings was built in the early 15th-century under the rule of the Yongle Emperor. The main structures are the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, the Imperial Vault of Heaven, and the Circular Mound Altar.
    Admission (Optional): Adult ¥35; Adult (Shoulder Season (Dec - Feb)) ¥30; Child ¥35; Child (Shoulder Season (Dec - Feb)) ¥30; Peak Season Price (Mar - Nov)
  • Always Visit
    In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences. Since the mid-20th century, a large number of Beijing hutongs were demolished to make way for new roads and buildings. More recently, many hutongs have been designated as protected, in an attempt to preserve this aspect of Chinese cultural history.





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