Historic Beijing B: Summer Palace, Lama Temple, Panda Garden Tour

  • Tour code: 847-1074
  • Available: Mon, Wed, Fri
  • Depart from: Beijing, China
  • Duration: 7 Hours
  • Language: English
From USD$78

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Visit Beijing (Lama Temple, Panda House, Summer Palace). Inclusions: Hotel pick-up and drop-off, Admission tickets

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Day 1 Beijing

In the morning, guests will be picked up from their hotels in Beijing to begin this tour. Our first stop of the day will be the Lama Temple. Next, we will visit the Panda House, part of the Beijing Zoo. Them, we will enjoy a delicious lunch in a local Chinese restaurant. Afterwards, we will take a break and go to Pearl Market. Finally, we will drive to the Summer Palace. Afterwards, we will return to Beijing, where the tour will come to an end. Please see "Departure and Return" for more detailed information regarding pickup and drop-off times and locations.

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.

  • This lovely temple in the Dongcheng area of Beijing was built between the 17th and 18th centuries. It is one of the largest temples and monasteries of the Geluk School of Tibetan Buddhism. It was once an imperial palace.
  • This special section of the wonderful Beijing Zoo is home to the giant panda, the iconic Chinese animal. This is the zoo's most popular attraction, and serves as a sanctuary to protect these wonderful, yet endangered, creatures.
  • The Summer Palace is a complex on the outskirts of Beijing, comprised of multiple palaces, gardens, and lakes. The first palace was built in the 12th century CE under the Jin Dynasty, and many subsequent emperors chose to build additions.





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