1. Beijing Great Wall
2. The Forbidden City
Forbidden City is also known as the Palace Museum. To visit the Forbidden City is to review the history of China’s Feudal Society. The Forbidden City is the best preserved imperial palace in China and the largest ancient palatial structure in the world.
3. The Summer Palace
Summer Palace is up to now the best preserved and the largest imperial gardens in China. Like most imperial palace in China, the Summer Palace is divided into three parts: halls for political affairs, living quarters and religious buildings.
One of the unique features of Beijing is its numerous Hutongs, which means small lanes. The life of ordinary people in these lanes contributes greatly to the charm of this ancient capital. In these small lanes, you will find many Siheyuan, or quadrangles that are the living quarters of ordinary Beijingers.
5. Temple of Heaven
Regarded as one of the greatest architectural structures in the world, Temple of Heaven is the place you should not miss during the Beijing tour.
6. Ming Tombs
With long history and the high fame, Ming Tombs has become one of the key attractions in Beijing. After the tour to Ming Tombs, tourists will both enjoy the ancient architecture style and learn more about thi history.
7. Night show-Beijing Opera
To go to Laoshe Teahouse is not only to drink tea but also to watch performances. Beijing Opera is undoubtedly the first choice for the entertainment of many foreigners in Beijing.
Beijing Opera has its origin in primitive songs and dances of ancient times. The music, singing and costumes are products of its origins.
8. Night show-Kung Fu Show
The Kung Fu Show is treasure of Chinese culture. And the tourists could learn more about China during enjoy this performance.
9. Night show -Acrobatics Show
The Acrobatics Show is treasure of Chinese culture. And the tourists could learn more about China during enjoying this performance.
10. Beijing Roast Duck
Historical records show that Beijing Roast Duck started some 300 years ago. China is one of the first countries to domesticate ducks for the table. In about 1630, a eunuch wrote a book on the imperial diet and referred to roast goose, pork, chicken and duck as the most favored courses in the palace.