DAY 1   KUALA LUMPUR ~BEIJING  MH 360 (1800/0020)   Hotel : Excemon Beijing Hongxiang Hotel/ SML

Assemble at Kuala Lumpur International Airport for your flight to the capital of China, Beijing. Upon arrival, proceed to hotel.


DAY 2    BEIJING                 ( B/L/D )                 Hotel : Excemon Beijing Hongxiang Hotel / SML

Proceed to view the “Egg Shell” – National Grand Theater 2National Grand Theater, one of the top theater in world.
天安門广场Tian’an Men Square is located at the heart of Beijing, is the largest urban square in the world and can hold about one million people in the same time. It is surrounded by the Forbidden City in the north, the Great Hall of the People in the west, and the museums of Chinese History and Chinese Revolution in the east. In the center of the square stands the Monument to the People’s Heroes.
Forbidden CityThe Forbidden City (Zijincheng) also known as the Imperial Palace (Gugong) and the Palace Museum) is the largest and best preserved collection of ancient buildings in China. The complex is divided into two sections: the Inner Court or the living quarters, and the working area also known as the Outer Court.
天坛Temple of Heavenbuilt in the 15th century and restored in the 18th century. The temple is 123 feet high, was constructed entirely of wood without the use of any nails, making it one of the architectural wonders of the world. The Temple buildings and the parklands reflect ancient Chinese religious beliefs that imagine heaven as round and earth as square. Thus, the buildings in the temple are constructed on a central axis. The temples themselves are round and the bases square.

                          ( B/L/D )        Hotel : Excemon Beijing Hongxiang Hotel / SML

万里长城Great Wall is a series of stone and earthen fortifications in China, built, rebuilt, and maintained between the 5th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from Xiongnu attacks during the rule of successive dynasties. Till today it has been a symbolic achievement of the Chinese people.
明定陵The Ming Tombs – DingLing was constructed in the 16th century for the emperor Wan Li, who gave a party in his own funeral chamber to mark its completion. The tomb was excavated in 1958 and treasures found inside are now on display.
Wangfujing StreetWangfujing Street, one of the biggest shopping area in Beijing, and you can try the local delicacy at the Dong Hua Men Night Market.
长安街Experience a night tour at Changan Street by coach.It is often referred to as the Shili Changjie  meaning the Long Street of Ten Li (approximately 3.1 miles) .


DAY    4    BEIJING                                 ( B/L/D )            Hotel : Huanghe Jingdu Hotel / SML 

颐和园 Summer PalaceSummer Palace this palace originally called ‘Qingyi Garden’, like most of the gardens of Beijing, it could not elude the rampages of the Anglo-French allied force and was destroyed by fire. In 1886, Empress Dowager Cixi embezzled navy funds to reconstruct it for her own benefit, changing its name to Summer Palace (Yiheyuan). She spent most of her later years there, dealing with state affairs and entertaining.
hutong1Tricycle tour Hutong are a type of narrow streets or alleys, most commonly associated with Beijing.
Hutong are a type of narrow streets or alleys, most commonly associated with Beijing. (Remark: Tricycle Tour in Hutong only valid from 01/11 to 28/02).
南市食品街Nanshi Cuisine Street is located in Nanshi, the busiest section of the city’s downtown area of Tianjin, China. It is a national, classic and palatial architectural complex.


DAY    5    BEIJING ~ CHENGDE                ( B/L/D )           Hotel : QianYang  Hotel / SML

东便门城楼 In the morning, proceed to DongBianMen City Wall and Silk Gallery. After lunch, proceed to Chengde [about 3½ hours].

DAY    6
CHENGDE ~ BEIJING                   ( B/L/D )            Hotel : Hotspring Resort  / SML

避暑山庄The Mountain Resort (exclude buggy). It is the largest imperial garden in China, and mainly consists of the palace and garden area. The garden area is composed of the lake, plain and mountain zones, boasts 72 tourist attractions designated by Emperor Kangxi and Emperor Qianlong of the Qing Dynasty.
Pule TemplePule Temple , known as the Round Pavilion, is famous for its caisson ceiling and unique wooden mandala, the only one of its kind in China outside Tibet. The temple was built under orders from Qing Emperor Qianlong in 1766 to receive visiting dignitaries from tributary peoples, including the Mongols and the Tibetans. It’s a curious and fascinating mix of Han Chinese and Tibetan elements.
世贸天阶The Place, a shopping street located in Beijing with the world’s 2nd largest LED screen, which forms a glowing canopy over the shopping center.

DAY  7 BEIJING ~ KUALA LUMPUR      MH 361  (0130/0740)    ( B/L/D )

鸟巢The main stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games – National Stadium “Bird Nest”.
Water CubeNational Aquatics Center “Water Cube”is an aquatics center that was built alongside Beijing National Stadium in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Despite its nickname, the building is not an actual cube, but a cuboid (a rectangular box).
盘古大观Pangu Plaza now called (Pangu 7 Star Hotel) is a multiple building complex overlooking the busy Olympic District of Beijing, where it is neighbours with many of the 2008 Beijing Olympic venues, including the Beijing National Stadium (Bird Nest) and the Beijing National Aquatics Center (Water Cube).
Qianmen Street.Take a tram to visit Qianmen Street. This street is restoring its streetscape to early twentieth century, showing the face of “Old Beijing”.

DAY 8    


★Special Cuisine: Beijing Roasted Duck, Mutton Hot Pot, Old Beijing Cuisine, Fujian Cuisine, Hangzhou Cuisine, Canton Cuisine, Sichuan Cuisine, Canton Clay Pot, Chengde Hot Pot.
★Optional Tour – RMB 250 / person: Panda Hall, JingShan Park, Capital Museum, Silk Street, Sanlitun Shopping Arcade, Home Visit to Beijing Si He Yuan

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