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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

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Beijing 4 Day Tours
( A Series of Beijing 4-Day Tour Packages )

Listed here are a series of Beijing 4-day tour packages designed by our experienced trip advisors in an attempt to allow you to make the best of your limited visit time mostly in your favorite way. While travelling Beijing, no matter you are an independent traveler or a travel-agency frequent user, you will find the below mentioned Beijing 4 tour packages useful in planning your own trip to Beijing.

We also can customize any of the listed Beijing 4 day tours to meet your specific travel needs. Just email us or submit online and one of our trip advisors will contact you within 24 hours, and come up with your tour itinerary with quotations.




» Beijing 4 Day Tour for Sightseeing Tourists
Beijing 4 Day Tour for Sightseeing Tourists Activities: Mutianyu Great Wall, Ming Tombs, Tiananmen, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, an Outside Look at the Bird's Nest and Water Cube, Lama Temple, Drum Tower, Rickshaw Tour, Qianhai Lake, Yandai Byway, Yinding Bridge, an Old Courtyard, Stone Forest Gorge, Glass Sightseeing Platform, Diaowo Village and Jingdong Karst Cave
Meals: 4 Chinese lunches
Service: English-speaking Tour Guide + Your Exclusive Vehicle + Entrance Fees
Hotel: No
Customizable: Yes
Tour Code: NBCPT-09
Price: Starting from US$ 329 p/p


» Beijing 4 Day Tour for Experienced Travelers
Jiankou Great Wall Activities: Hike from Jiankou Great Wall to Mutianyu Great Wall; Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, an Outside Look at the Bird's Nest and Water Cube, Lama Temple Chenxian Street, Drum Tower, Yandai Byway, Yinding Bridge, Rickshaw Tour, an Old Courtyard, Stone Forest Gorge, Glass Sightseeing Platform, Diaowo Village and Bolitai Great Wall
Meals: 4 Chinese lunches
Service: English-speaking Tour Guide + Your Exclusive Vehicle + Entrance Fees
Hotel: No
Customizable: Yes
Tour Code: NBCPT-10
Price: Starting from US$ 309 p/p


» Beijing 4 Day Tour for Couples with Kids
Beijing 4 Day Tour for Couples with Kids Activities: Mutianyu Great Wall; Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Panda Zoo, Sony ExploraScience, Chenxian Street, Temple of Confucius and Guozijian Museum, Yandai Byway, Yinding Bridge, Rickshaw Tour, an Old Courtyard, Stone Forest Gorge, Glass Sightseeing Platform, Diaowo Village and Jinhai Lake
Meals: 4 Chinese lunches 
Service: English-speaking Tour Guide + Your Exclusive Vehicle + Entrance Fees
Hotel: No
Customizable: Yes
Tour Code: NBCPT-11
Price: Starting from US$ 319 p/p


Anywhere around the world where there are larger groups of humans, there will be more opportunities for scams. It seems the way of the Universe that these will be filled. You should always be aware, do research and remember that if it seems off, or too good, it is probably a scam. This is true in China, the U.S., or any other place where humans exist.

Scam #1 Avoid KTV bars
Whether you enter on your own or taken by a Chinese "friend", in most cases you are in for a trap! It is a karaoke place. You enter the room to sing a few songs and have a few beers. Suddenly girls appear and want to drink with you. Then suddenly a cart appears with lots of snacks and beer.

The snacks are NOT free and they are expensive–but more on that later. The girl wants a brandy and you say okay. You will end up paying huge amount of money! Just avoid KTV!

Scam # 02: Tea Scam
At some heavy tourist areas (like Tiananmen Square, Wangfujing Street…), you will be approached by one or three attractive females or gentlemen, who are willing to have a natural and nice talk with you or even give you a free tour of hutong in a polite way. She or he will talk about the interesting things in Beijing, or talk about the culture or history of your home country and even world affairs!

To make the tea scam more natural, they pretend to be very friendly. They even don't suggest you pay the whole amount. It is to be split between you and your "friends". So you will see them pay their part. It is a scam!

Scam # 03: "Art Student" Scam
Also at some big tourist destinations, some young people, disguised as " art student'", will approach you. They offer you a free tour of an art show. Thus begins the "Art Student" scam.

Actually they will take you to an art shop selling all kinds of "art" stuff. This is just a waste of time. You can easily find these art pieces on the market. They sell the same "art" at higher prices.Simply say bye to them.

Scam # 04: Rickshaw Scam
Some first-time oversea or even domestic travelers visiting Beijing fall into the traps of some seemingly "humble rickshaw drivers". For example, let's say, you and a rickshaw driver agree on a price of RMB 40 for a pedicab ride.

It will turn out to be RMB400!. The trick is that your rickshaw driver will pretend to be ignorant and he will pull out a laminated price list and say it is 400 yuan instead of 40 yuan. Better take a taxi than a pedicab.

Scam #05: "Black" Taxis
When arriving at the airport, keep away from the taxi drivers who approach you in the terminal or outside the terminal as they will charge you much more than the actual price. Just following the sign pointing to the taxi line just outside the terminal. Taxi drivers should use their meter; make sure that the driver puts down the flag.

Scam # 6:Fake helpers/officials around Mao's Tomb at Tiananmen Square
When you line up for entering Mausoleum of Mao Zedong, you will probably meet some fake helpers or officials who are trying to "grab" some money from you. To avoid being cheated, please read the following travel tips:

The admission to Mausoleum of Mao Zedong is free. No need for passport ID check and no need for buying shoes to replace your sandals (though not encouraged). As with most mausoleums, strict rules are enforced for visitors. No bags and cameras are allowed inside the hall. One locker is located 500m to the east of the mausoleum. The deposit is not free ( yes, a little strange)! The charges on deposit locker ranges from CNY 2 to 10.

Scam #07: Scams Occurring Around Tiananmen and Forbidden City
The area around Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City is a favorite hangout for scammers. Below is a trip by a scam victim named Akalan: In fact this was my 4th trip to China, but first trip to Beijing. Many a times many people, usually young ladies chatted with me and they helped me a lot. Even on the same day morning I went to the Great Wall and a young girl with good English walked with me. All those I met earlier were genuine people who just wanted to help a visitor to their country. Most of the time they did not even allow me to pay a bill, ticket price or taxi fare.

She was telling me that the ticket counters are closed and she would sell a ticket to me for 100 ! I did not want to let some one rip me off for 3rd time, within 15 min. Finally when I found the ticket counters, they were closed! So I missed the Forbidden City!

Scam #08: Avoid Itinerant Tour Companies at Street
AVOID TOURISM COMPANIES, the ones who talk to you at street, promising a great price to go meet Great Wall (for example), they will make you pay more inside the bus, will take you to the worse section of the Great Wall, and prepare yourself for a long day stopping at market places, really awful experience. If you want sightseeing, get a legal one, from important sites.

Scam #09: Cheating Rampant at North Gate to Forbidden City
There are two main gates to the Forbidden City – the south gate ( Meridian Gate – Wumen) and north gate( Gate of Divine – Shenwu Men). The south gate is linked to Tiananmen Square to the south. You have to enter Forbidden City from its south gate and exit from its north gate, which is officially set as a one-way south to north travel route. So don't try to go to the North Gate to Forbidden City. The North Gate now only serves an exit gate.

If you get to a wrong gate ( the north gate ), just walk along the streets circling Forbidden City and move on to the south gate. In this case, you are not encouraged to use a rickshaw or a 3-wheel motorcycle taxi at the north gate of Forbidden City. Some of the rickshaw and 3-wheel motorcycle taxi drivers are just disgusting swindlers. Avoid Them! Below is the account by Bill of the victim at the North Gate to Forbidden City.

Scam #10: The Counterfeit Money
Hi there – another scam to add to the list is the counterfeit money. We used a standalone ATM at the silk markets and received many hundreds of RMB that was fake. We didn't know of course – its nearly impossible to tell. Now we have some lovely souvenirs that look like 100 RMB notes. The advice would be to use a bank ATM I guess.



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