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Beijing Excursion 4 Days / 3 Nights

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For this excursion, you will venture into Beijing, the capital of China and one of its most famed cities, particularly for the chance it offers to visit the Great Wall of China and the Forbidden City.

Pricing for this tour is as follows:

  • USD 1213 Per Person for two people sharing room (Double Occupancy)
  • USD 1426 Per Person for two people with separate rooms (Single Occupancy)
  • USD 1776 Per Person for one person traveling alone (Single Occupancy)
  • Price is based on payment by check or by wire. We accept American Express. If paid by AE, a 3% service charge will apply.
  • In order to receive a 10% discount on the prices listed above, contact our travel consultants and give them the UBM promotional code sent to CBME delegates.
  • Prices and availability subject to change without notice
  • Option to purchase this package with air is available on a customized basis
  • Additional travel venues can be added pre- and post-tour
  • Pricing is only applicable for July 2013
  • For questions, including about adding on the Business Connect Program or a tour excursion package to your itinerary, call us at 925-866-1188 and talk to one of our travel specialists or email us at
  • Click here to see the terms and conditions

As the capital of China, Beijing is one of the world’s truly imposing cities, with a 3,000-year history and 11 million people. Covering 16,808 square kilometers in area, it is the political center of the People’s Republic of China. Situated in northeast China, Beijing adjoins the Inner Mongolian Highland to the northwest and the Great Northern Plain to the south. Five rivers run through the city, connecting it to the eastern Bohai Sea. Administratively, the Beijing municipality equals the status of a province, reporting directly to the central government. Rich in history, Beijing has been China’s primary capital for more than seven centuries. China’s imperial past and political present meet at Tiananmen square, where the Forbidden City palace of the emperors gives way to the Great Hall of the People congress building and the mausoleum of Chairman Mao Zedong. The old city walls have been replaced by ring roads, and many of the old residential districts of alleys and courtyard houses have been turned into high-rise hotels, office buildings, and department stores. Beijing, a dynamic city where the old and new intermingle, remains a magnet for visitors from inside and outside China.

Tour Schedule
1 Arrive in Beijing, Tiananmen Square & Forbidden City
Transfer from your hotel in Shanghai to the airport for your flight to Beijing.
After a comfortable flight, you’ll arrive in Beijing where you will be met by an English-speaking guide. From the airport, you will proceed to Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City, some of Beijing’s most famous sights.
In the evening, check into Novotel Beijing Peace Hotel for a 3 nights’ stay.

Please note: Impact of the current Beijing traffic situation may affect travel time to attractions such as the Great Wall and Ming Tomb.
Depending on the day’s traffic situation, an additional 30-60 minutes of travel time may be incurred. Presently, travel time to the other venues such as Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace has not been affected.

2 The Great Wall & Ming Tomb [B, L]
At 8:30am, meet your tour guide in the lobby of the hotel and depart for the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall is China’s most famous site and stretches over 3,700 miles.
After lunch, explore the Ming Dynasty Tombs, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
3 Temple of Heaven & Summer Palace [B, L]
In the morning, explore the Temple of Heaven. Afterwards, visit the Summer Palace and enjoy this tranquil island in the midst of Beijing’s hustle and bustle.
4 Departure [B]
Private transfer from the hotel to the Beijing airport for a return flight to Shanghai. End of service from Peregrine Travel Group.

Note: Transit to the airport will have to take place 3 hours before the flight’s departure time due to heavy traffic.

The price includes:

  • Hotel:
    • Novotel Beijing Peace standard room for 3 nights’ stay, with ABF daily
  • All entrance fees to all sightseeing
  • All meals as stated in the above itinerary
    • B = Breakfast in hotel
    • L = Lunch outside of hotel at designated local restaurant
  • Private English-speaking tour guide and driver
  • Round-trip domestic airfare from Shanghai to Beijing

This price excludes:

  • International air
  • Gratuities for the Guides and Drivers
  • Incidentals in hotel such as dry cleaning, phone, mini bar
  • Any meals not mentioned in the itinerary
  • Travel insurance
  • China Visa; there are many Visa services available that can be found through the internet. One such service is Visa Central. We recommend our clients to do their own research and make their own selection.


  • Hotels used may be changed prior to tour but will be replaced with similar category of hotels
  • Price and availability subject to change without notice until deposit is received
  • Click here to see the terms and conditions


Ming Tombs

Description : Located about 31 miles northwest of Beijing, tombs and Mausoleums of 13 of the 16 emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) buried in a complex that spread some 15 square miles. It was originally built only as Changling, tomb of emperor Yongle, Zhu Di (reigned 1403-1424) and of his empress. This is the most magnificent of the tombs. The succeeding twelve emperors had their tombs built around Changling. Each tomb is located at the foot of a separate hill and is linked with other tombs by the Sacred Way, a road guarded by 36 statues. Carved in the 15th century, the statues include 12 pairs of animals and 12 humans. Only two tombs are open to the public, the Changling and the Dingling, an underground mausoleum of Emperor Zhu Yijun and his two empresses.
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Temple of Heaven

Description : Temple of Heaven was built in 1,420 in the Ming Dynasty, which is the most holy of all Beijing's imperial temples. This is where the Emperor came every winter solstice to worship heaven and to solemnly pray for a good harvest. True to the Chinese saying, “Round Heaven, Square Earth.” The park is in a square shape and the temple in a round shape which symbolizes that the emperor had to leave the Earth (represented by the square) for Heaven (represented by the round-roofed building).
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The Forbidden City

Description : Forbidden City was the imperial palace during the Ming and Qing dynasties which is the largest palace complex in the world. It surrounded by 10-meter high walls and a 52-meter wide moat. It covers 74 hectares and has 9,999 rooms. In the forbidden city, you can get more knowledge about the eastern architecture, splendid painted and beautiful craftwork.
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The Great Wall

Description : The Great Wall is perhaps China's most famous and most mythologized site. Several sections are conveniently visited from Beijing, including at Badaling, the most popular site, about 70 km (43 mi.) northwest of Beijing and at Mutianyu, 90 km (56 mi.) northeast of Beijing. These impressive brick and earth structures date from the Ming dynasty, when the wall was fortified against Mongol forces to the north. The Ming wall is about 26 feet tall and 23 feet wide at the base, and could accommodate up to six horsemen riding abreast. Watch towers, built on high points every 200-300 meters or so with small garrison forces, used fire signals or fireworks as a means of communication. These stretches of the wall are part of a system that extends from the Shanhaiguan fortress on the Bohai Gulf in the east to the Jiayuguan fortress in the west, altogether some 6000 km (3700 mi).
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The Summer Palace

Description : The Summer Palace landscape, dominated mainly by Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake, covers an area of 2.9 square kilometers, three quarters of which is under water. Its 70,000 square meters of building space features a variety of palaces, gardens and other ancient-style architectural structures. The Summer Palace is a monument to classical Chinese architecture, in terms of both garden design and construction. Borrowing scenes from surrounding landscapes, it radiates not only the grandeur of an imperial garden but also the beauty of nature in a seamless combination that best illustrates the guiding principle of traditional Chinese garden design: "The works of men should match the works of Heaven".
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Tiananmen Square

Description : Tiananmen Square is the largest downtown square in the world. It covers an area of 44 hectares, big enough to hold one million people. Here is the most sacred place for Chinese people. Beijing is the heart of China, and Tiananmen Square is the heart of Beijing.
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Novotel Beijing Peace

Description : Novotel Beijing Peace is ideally located in city center, at Wangfujing and within walking distance of the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and shopping mall (Oriental Plaza). Hotel has easy access to multi-subway-lines and is a 15min walk to Beijing Railway Station and 37km to the airport.
Amenities: Babysitting service Beauty salon Disabled facilities Gymnasium Hairdresser Indoor swimming pool Jacuzzi / Whirlpool Sauna
Restaurant: Featuring multi cuisine show cooking stations, the Square concept restaurant provides an Asian and international buffet as well as 24 hour a la carte options. Located right in front of the hotel, the Le Cabernet offers exquisite traditional French cuisine in an elegant atmosphere for you to savor. With live classical music nightly, the cozy bar is an ideal venue to unwind and relax with friends.
Guest Rooms: Surrender yourself to total luxury and unequaled splendor at the hotel's 388 rooms that are designed to pamper and provide the perfect retreat after a day of business or sightseeing.
Location: 3 Jinyu Hutong Wangfujing Beijing 100006 China
Location Description: Located in the Wangfujing district, the historic, cultural and shopping heart of Beijing, Novotel Peace Hotel Beijing is just a 15 minutes’ drive from the train station and about a 45 minutes’ drive from the airport.
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