Singapore travel agency: RichLife Travel From: Singapore
Going to: Beijing/Tianjin
Travel Package Details
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SGD$758 (Child w/bed)
SGD$718 (Child no bed)
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Day 1 Singapore/Beijing (assemble 11pm at airport Terminal 3)
Assemble Changi International Airport for your flight to Beijing.
Day 2 Beijing (Breakfast on-board/L/D)
Upon arrival, visit the famous place - Tian’an Men Square. Tian'an Men Square is at the heart of Beijing, the largest urban square in the world. The Square measures 880 meters from north to south, 500 meters from east to west and can accommodate up to one million people.Take a view of newly-built National Theatre (Shuidan). After that, have some time at Wangfujing Street Shopping Area.
Day 3 Beijing (B/L/D)
Visit the Forbidden City. The Forbidden City (Zijincheng) (also known as the Imperial Palace (Gugong) and the Palace Museum) is the largest and best preserved collection of ancient buildings in China. The complex is divided into two sections: the Inner Court or the living quarters, and the working area also known as the Outer Court.After lunch go to Summer Palace This palace originally called 'Qingyi Garden' , like most of the gardens of Beijing, it could not elude the rampages of the Anglo-French allied force and was destroyed by fire. In 1886, Empress Dowager Cixi embezzled navy funds to reconstruct it for her own benefit, changing its name to Summer Palace (Yiheyuan). She spent most of her later years there, dealing with state affairs and entertaining. After dinner, proceed to enjoy the China Acrobatic Show.
Day 4 Beijing/ (B/L/D)
A day of breathtaking sights as we head towards Great Wall(Ju yong guan) - was a massive defence project that represented the wisdom and tenacity of the ancient Chinese, till today it has been a symbolic achievement of the Chinese people. Next proceed to the Ming Tombs. 13 out of 16 Emperors of the Ming Dynasty were buried here. The whole area covers about 40 square kilometers.
Day 5 Beijing (B/L/D)
After breakfast, visit Temple of Heaven - built in the 15th century and restored in the 18th century. The temple is 123 feet high, was constructed entirely of wood without the use of any nails, making it one of the architectural wonders of the world. The Temple buildings and the parklands reflect ancient Chinese religious beliefs that imagine heaven as round and earth as square. Thus, the buildings in the temple are constructed on a central axis. The temples themselves are round and the bases square. .By way of 2008 Olympic Stadium”Bird’s Nest & Water Cube”outside.
Day 6 Beijing/Tianjin/Beijing (B/L/D)
Today we will proceed to Tianjin - is lying in the northeast of North China Plain. It is 120 kilometers southwest of Beijing and borders the Bohai Sea in the east. We will visit the Ancient Cultural Street and Nanshi Food Street. Ancient Culture Street is in the north of the city and is actually a series of street, built in typical Tianjin style featuring Qing style architecture. （we will arrange one-way High Speed Railway trip either from Beijing to Tianjin or vice-versa）
Day 7 Beijing/Singapore(B)
This morning free at own leisure, next transfer to airport for your flight back home.
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wrote on 7 January 2009
Our trip to Taiwan during the Nov/Dec school holiday was great!friendly & really nice tour guide(local & Taiwan)but our package was a bit expensive.....hopefully can meet a good tour guide during next trip !
wrote on 6 July 2009
Just came back from bintan yesterday....we stay at NIrwana resort hotel.the place was wonderful n the scenery was very nice. The drive cum our tour guide is very knowlageable.. enjoy our tour at tanjong pinang as the tour guided bring us to a few nice places.sabestian even tell me that the food there is expensive but the view is very nice. my family n i was very happy with the service give by RichLife Travel. Hope To booked with them for our next trip...
wrote on 7 November 2009
Just a note. They only have free and easy packages to vietnam, no tour packages. Plus their website is not updated. Perhaps call before you go.
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