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Beijing is the capital of the People’s Republic of China, the most populous country in the world. With a population of 21,500,000 people, it is the nation’s second-largest city after Shanghai. It was also the seat of the Ming and Qing dynasty emperors until the establishment of the Republic of China in 1911. Beijing is the political, educational and cultural centre of the country and as such it is rich in historical sites and important government and cultural institutions.
The city is marked by its flatness and arid climate. There are only three hills to be found in the city limits (in Jingshan Park to the north of Forbidden City) and mountains surround the capital on three sides. Like the configuration of the Forbidden City, Beijing has concentric “ring roads”, which are actually rectangular, that go around the metropolis and serve as good reference points as one attempts to move about the city. Beyond the ring roads are the most-visited portions of the Great Wall of China, which witnesses visitors the world over and Beijing serves as a good headquarters for those who wish to gaze upon one of mankind’s more memorable and lasting structures.
Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
Validity: Cost is valid March 01 – October 31, 2019
10-15 person : RM 880/pp (twin)
06-09 person : RM 1060/pp (twin)
03-05 person : RM 1510/pp (twin)
02 person : RM 1860/pp (twin)
July 01 – August 31: RM 80/pp
Child Rates (above 2 years and below 12 years): with bed: 100% & without bed: 75%.
Local 4 star Olive Tree Holiday Hotel (Muslim Friendly Hotel)
Depart from KL at 18:25 (by Malaysia Airline) or at 19:10 (by Air Asia).
Land in Beijing at 00:20 (by Malaysia Airline) or 01:15 (by Air Asia). After a warm welcome, our guide will accompany you to hotel for check-in assistance, and a good sleep will take you to a sunny morning. As starter, we will have a delightful walk in Tian An Men Square — the largest city square in the world, bordered by the Great Hall of the People and Chairman Mao’s Mausoleum. Standing north is Forbidden City, the complex of imperial palace and home to the Emperors of Ming and Qing Dynasty for over 500 years. Grand halls and courts gradually give way to more intimate domestic quarters, presenting an insight into the pampered isolation of the emperors. Then we will be served a well prepared Halal lunch, followed by a fabulous Tea Ceremony at Tea House. Coming up is Niu Jie Mosque – the most famous Mosque in Beijing, with a history of more than 1000 years. Not far locates the Muslim Supermarket – the only supermarket for local Muslims. Enjoy the wonderful Acrobatic Show in the evening.
Head to Silk Store in the morning to have better understanding on Chinese embroidery. Then it comes to the highlight of our trip – Great Wall of China. First built in the Warring States period (475-221BC) as a series of earthworks erected by individual kingdoms to defend against each other and north invasion, the wall we see now was left from Ming dynasty. Lunch will be served at a local Muslim restaurant nearby. On the way back to downtown, we will take a look at 798 Art Zone, a fancy mix of galleries, studios, boutiques and cafes. Evening will be devoted to China’s No.1 shopping street – Wang Fu Jing Shopping Street. Go back to hotel for rest.
Morning check-out. To see modern Beijing, a must-see place is 2008 Olympic Stadiums — The prestigious Bird’s Nest and Water Cube, which won big applauds in and out architectural world. There will be an outside tour for photographing. Stop by at Negative Ion Experience Center. Today’s prayers will be held at local Mosque. The time before departure is for blast shopping – Xiu Shui Market for bargaining fun and The Place for luxury malling. With a tasty Halal dinner served, we will head to Beijing International Airport for the departure flight home.
Depart from Beijing in the early morning.