Thursday, April 17, 2014

6D5N Beijing Muslim Tour

6D5N Beijing Muslim Tour

Day 1 KL – Beijing (L/D)
Arrive in Beijing in the morning. After a warm welcome, our guide will accompany you to city center located Tian An Men Square -- the largest city square in the world, bordered by the Great Hall of the People and Chairman Mao’s Mausoleum. Then tour to the Forbidden City, the complex of imperial palace, which was home to the Emperors for over 500 years. Grand halls and courts gradually give way to more intimate domestic quarters, giving an insight into the pampered isolation of the emperors. Before lunch, we will spend sometime at the most famous Silk Store – the right place to buy silk products of the best quality. Dzohor and Asar prayers will be arranged at Niu Jie Mosque -- the oldest Mosque with over one thousand year’s history. Located nearby is Muslim Supermarket – the only supermarket for Muslims in Beijing. Check into hotel for rest. Enjoy the wonderful Acrobatic Show after dinner.  

Day 2 Beijing (B/L/D)
We will visit Jade Museum in the morning - a place helps you to have a better understanding on Chinese culture. Then comes the highlight of our China tour, the climbing of the Great Wall of China. First built in the Warring States period (475-221BC) as a series of earthworks erected by individual kingdoms as a defense against each other as well as from invasions from the north, the wall we see in the present day was left from the Ming dynasty. After some shopping time at the Crystal Shop, we will have lunch at a local Muslim restaurant nearby. Go to Burning Cream Centre in the afternoon. The evening time will be devoted to the Wangfujing Shopping Street and its Night Food Market, where you will see a collection of Halal snacks.

Day 3 Beijing (B/L/D)
On the way to the Summer Palace we will take a look at Fresh Water Pearl Center, where the best pearls are showcased. Being the largest imperial garden in China, the Summer Palace was first built in the Qing emperor Qianlong’s time in 1751 and burned down in1860 by the French and British army. It was restored by the Dowager empress Cixi in 1886 for her own enjoyment. The park became a favorite haunt of Cixi, who preferred it to the Forbidden City, and named it Yihe Yuan, meaning the garden of health and harmony. After lunch, we will go to the Ming dynasty-built Nan Dou Ya Mosque to pray – a Mosque with unique Chinese style & hundreds years of history. We will then have a professional Foot Massage at Herbal Medicine Center, which is provided for free. The rest of the time will be spent at The Place, where the largest LED screen in Asia is placed.

Day 4 Beijing (B/L/D)
A photo stop at The Bird’s Nest and The Water Cube opens the Forth day of our wonderful Beijing trip. Built for the 2008 Olympic Games, there are the new landmarks of Beijing. Then we will have some shopping time at Bamboo Carbon Shop nearby. After a well served Halal lunch, there will be a fabulous Tea Ceremony at Tea House. The rest of the day will be arranged at Hongqiao Market – the most famous market in Beijing.

Day5 Beijing (B/L/D)
The whole day today is bazaar shopping – Yaxiu Market and Xiushui Market are the perfect choices to practice your negotiation skills.

Day 6 Beijing – KL (B)
In the morning, we will head to Beijing International Airport for the early departure flight home.

Included in the Quotation are:
-       One bottle of mineral water per pax per day
-       Accommodation with daily breakfast
-       Halal meals as mentioned in the itinerary:
-       Private land transfers by air-conditioned company coach
-       All entrance fees of sightseeing places as mentioned in the itinerary
-       Private escorted tour with service of Malay, Indonesian or English speaking guide

Not included in the Quotation are:
-       Optional tour & Insurance
-       International &domestic flights
-       Expenditure of a personal nature, such as drinks, souvenirs, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
-       Tipping

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