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The tours below will offer you a very good opportunity to appreciate Chinese culture, ancient civilization, people's daily life and traditions. Interested participants are recommended to make reservation via the on-line registration system (available soon) and pay the deposit.

Local Tour (LT)

LT1 Great Wall-Arts Factory-Lunch-Ming Tombs
08:30-18:00  RMB450(USD66)/per person

The Great Wall of China, also known in China as the Great Wall of 10,000, is an ancient Chinese fortification built from the end of the 14th century until the beginning of the 17th century. The first major wall was built during the reign of the First Emperor, the main emperor of the short-lived Qin dynasty. This wall was not constructed as a single endeavor, but rather was created by the joining of several regional walls built by the Warring States.

The Ming Tombs are a group of mausoleums of 13 Ming Emperors. The underground burial chamber of Ming Emperor Wanli is open to the public since excavation in 1956. The Great Wall was originally built in 221 BC. The section of Juyongguan we are going to visit was built in the 15th century during the Ming Dynasty and repaired recently.

LT2 Forbidden City - Lunch - Temple of Heaven 
08:30-18:00  RMB400(USD60)/per person

The magnificent Forbidden City is a vast complex of palaces and pavilions which were home to Emperors for more than 500 years. The Temple of Heaven is a masterpiece of Ming (15th century) architecture, where the Emperors performed annual sacrificial rituals for good harvest.

LT3 Lama Temple - Lunch - Summer Palace
08:30-17:00  RMB370(USD55)/per person

The Lama Temple is the center of learning for the Yellow Hat sect of Tibetan Lamas with considerable religious and political sway. Today there are some 70 Mongolian lamas tending the temple. The Summer Palace is called "Yiheyuan" (Garden of Nurtured Harmony) in Chinese. It is up to now the best preserved and the largest imperial gardens in China.

LT4 Hutong Tour- Lunch–Beihai Park-Silk Alley
08:30-17:00  RMB340 (USD50) /per person

We strongly recommend the Hutong Tour. It is a tour on an old style tricycle around the old city residential areas. It is the place where you can experience the local culture, traditions and the everyday life. Beihai Park is an imperial garden to the northwest of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Initially built in the 10th century, it is amongst the largest of Chinese gardens, and contains numerous historically important structures, palaces and temples.

LT Arrangement

Code Itinerary Price Date
LT1 Great Wall-Arts Factory-Lunch-Ming Tombs 450 June 6, 2011
June 7, 2011
June 8, 2011
June 9, 2011
LT2 Forbidden City - Lunch - Temple of Heaven 400 June 7, 2011
June 8, 2011
LT3 Lama Temple - Lunch - Summer Palace 370 June 7, 2011
June 8, 2011
LT4 Hutong Tour- Lunch–Beihai Park-Silk Alley 340 June 7, 2011
June 9, 2011


Evening Program (EP)

EP1 Peking Opera  18:00-22:00  Jun. 7, 2011
RMB200(USD30)/per person

Beijing Opera has entertained Beijingers for over 200 years with its elaborate costumes, ear-splitting arias, dazzling martial arts and musical dialogues. They are usually based on folk tales, famous novels and fairy tales. The stage has side message board showing subtitles in both English and Chinese.

EP2 Acrobatic Show  18:00-22:00  Jun. 7, 2011
RMB200(USD30)/per person

The Chinese Acrobatic Troupes have traveled to many countries and have amazed audiences everywhere. To watch the Chinese Acrobatic is an extraordinary experience.



Post-Conference Tour (PT)

PT1: Beijing-Xi'an-Beijing (Canceled)

PT2: Beijing-Xi’an-Guilin-Shanghai (Canceled)



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