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Review for Steven Li, Tour guide in Beijing, China

Gary did an excellent job in looking after us during our few days in Beijing and i would highly recommend him.He speaks very good English and ... More more right

Review for Gary Wu, Tour guide in Beijing, China

We had booked the two day trip with demi, from India. It was worth all the way which included airport pickup to drop back to airport. We covered two ... More more right

Review for Demi Deng, Tour guide in Beijing, China

About Beijing

Beijing, a juxtaposition of the exotic orient with its ultra modern avatar is the perfect entry point for a traveller seeking to explore China. Beautiful palaces, ornately decorated temples and expansive green parks overlook impressive high rises and the hustle and bustle of thousands of pedestrians on the boulevards and narrow alleyways. A predominantly mandarin speaking populace entails the need for the experience and interpretative skills of a Beijing Travel Guide. Start your sightseeing with a day trip to The Great Wall of China, an awe inspiring architectural wonder of the ancient world. The Palace Museum otherwise known as the Forbidden City hosts one of the largest museums in Asia, enthralling with its red pagoda buildings surrounded by vast pathways, magnificent gardens. Reaching high into the sky, the multiple round roofs of the Temple of Heaven beckon for a visit, as do the lake and lush gardens of the Summer Palace before being brought back to the structural magnificence of the present at the Olympic Stadium, fondly called the Bird Cage. Join the many locals in the Hutong area as they practice Tai Chi, dance, practice their calligraphy or just relax over a game of mah-jong. This may be an opportune time to participate in a tea tasting or enjoy a well-deserved foot massage before heading to a traditional gastronomic feast of Peking duck.

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