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  • 8 days
  • Land Tour
  • Feb 2018 - Sep 2018
  • SGD 1988

6507 9595

TripZilla WCN8BX

452 North Bridge Road, #07-00, Chan Brothers Building, Singapore 188733

  • Daily Hotel Breakfast & Halal Meals with Halal Beijing Roasted Duck
  • Visit Historical Mosques in Chinese Architectural Style
  • Climb the Great Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage
  • 2008 Summer Olympic Stadium & Aquatics Centre
  • Visit Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven & Summer Palace
  • Shopping at Wufujing (Orchard Road of Beijing) and Silk Street Centre
  • Stay Local 5 Stars Hotel in Beijing & Xi'an
  • 2 ways high speed train to and fro Xi?an
  • Terracotta Warrior Museum
  • Big Wild Goose Pagoda & small wild Goose Pagoda
  • Ancient City Tower
  • Tang Paradise Park
  • Xi?an Grand Mosque
  • Moslem Street

DAY 1: SINGAPORE - BEIJING (Halal Dinner) 
Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for our flight to the historical capital of China, Beijing. On arrival, our friendly guide will meet and transfer to your hotel.

DAY 2: BEIJING (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner) 
This morning, starts your tour with a photo stop at the Beijing National Theatre or known as the Water Egg with the exterior like a steel-structured oval shell, covered with titanium plates and sheets of ultra-white glass. Take a short walk to Tiananmen Square, the largest square in China. It holds great significant events during the Chinese history. The Tiananmen Gate was built in the 14th Century. Next, tour Forbidden City which was the Chinese Imperial Palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. For almost 500 years, it served as the home of emperors and their households, as well as the ceremonial and political centre of Chinese government. Follow by visit to the Dongsi Mosque, built in the 14th century during the Ming Dynasty. The main hall is entirely made of wood its beamless building was the style of the Ming Dynasty. A stop will be made at the Tea House before heading to watch the famous Peking Acrobatic performance.

DAY 3: BEIJING (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner) 
After breakfast, coach to JuYongGuan Great Wall. It is a famous pass enlisted in the World Heritage directory. It is situated in a valley surrounded by mountains. During the past, many fierce battles were fought here. After lunch, visit the Jade Showroom and stop at the Olympic Green the official site of the 2008 Olympic Game. Don't miss to snap photos of the National Stadium known as Bird Nest and the Aquatics Centre aka the Water Cube. Next, visit Niujie Mosque which was constructed by 2 Arabians in the year 995. It was considered one of the largest and oldest mosques in the spiritual centre for the city of more than 200,000 Muslims.

DAY 4: BEIJING (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner) 
After breakfast, visit the Temple of Heaven which was visited by the Emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties for annual ceremonies of prayer to heaven for good harvest. Thereafter, ride on rickshaw to tour around HuTongs, which is the term for the narrow streets or alleys in Beijing. Next, visit the Summer Palace, an imperial garden dominated by the longevity Hill and Kunming Lake. On the way, visit the Pearl Showroom to learn how the delicate pearls are cultivated. Thereafter, visit Madian Mosque which has a history of more than 500 years. A brief stop at the Silk Showroom before heading to Silk Street Centre and Wangfujing Street for more shopping.

DAY 5: BEIJING - XI'AN (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch) 
This morning, visit Changying Mosque built during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It is the largest mosque in the Beijing suburban district with layout imposing and elegant, and evokes both ancient and modern charm. After lunch, board on the high-speed train (approx 5.5hrs ride on Economy Class) and onwards your journey to Xi-an previous known as Chang'an (meaning the eternal city) in ancient times, one of the birthplaces of the ancient Chinese civilization in the Yellow River Basin, the eastern terminal of the Silk Road and the site of the famous Terracotta Warriors of the Qin Dynasty, with more than 3,000 years of history, the capital city of ancient dynasties endowed with an amazing historical heritage sites and cultural relics in and around the city. Upon arrival, guide will meet and transfer to dinner and check in hotel.

DAY 6: XI'AN (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner) 
This morning, tour the Terracotta Warriors with a tram ride. It is a form of funerary art buried with the emperor with the purpose of protecting the emperor afterlife. Thereafter, visit Big Wild Goose Pagoda, a symbol of the old-line Xi-an. Next visit the Tang Paradise Park, a modern reconstructions of ancient sites involve anachronistic styles and features, most notably the use of wide stretches of concrete surfaces and catch the spectacular Dream of Tang Dynasty Cultural performance.

DAY 7: XI'AN (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch/Halal Dinner) 
This morning, visit Small Wild Goose Pagoda and the Xi'an History Museum displaying relics dated far back in the Tang Dynasty. Thereafter, explore the Ancient City Wall and the Bell and Drum Tower Square. The tower marks the geological centre of the ancient capital. Next visit Xi'an Grand mosque, the oldest and largest mosque in Xi'an. Following that, proceed to visit the Moslem Street, the hub of the Moslem community in Xian city. Experience the bustling street where the first Moslems migrants from foreign land came to settle and sample the local delicacies at the street.

DAY 8: XI'AN via High-speed train - BEIJING SINGAPORE (Breakfast in Hotel/Halal Lunch) 
After breakfast, embark on the high-speed train (approx. 5.5hrs ride on Economy Class) back to Beijing and transfer to Beijing International Airport for your flight back to Singapore.

Shopping Stops: Beijing Chinese Tea House, Silk Shop, Jade Showroom, Pearl Showroom. Additional Tour: Shaolin Kung Fu Live Performance Show, Chang-An Street Night Tour, Yaxiu Market. If a place of visit is closed to visitor, it will be replaced with alternative. Sequence of itinerary is subject to change without prior notice. Halal meals are served in local restaurants in Chinese Muslim cooking style.