Philippines Beijing Tour, Beijing Tour Packages from Manila Philippines

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Are you looking for cheap flights and tour packages to Beijing from Manila Philippines? As local travel advisors in Beijing, we are glad to help you plan your Philippines Beijing travel from selecting your Manila Beijing round trip air-tickets, Beijing airport transfer service, discount Beijing hotels, escorted Beijing tour packages, to offering Beijing travel tips and more.
 
Today,  armed with internet, it is very easy for individual travelers to get the basic travel information on any destination and country they are going to visit.
 
Philippines Beijing independent travel can be made if you are well prepared to have some basic travel information. Beijing has rich historical and natural sites with nightless nightlife and Beijing is also a shopping mecca.
  
1: Book your international flights from Manila Philippines to Beijing
Once you decide to travel Beijing, the first thing and most important is to book your international flights from Manila Philippines to Beijing. The round trip air-tickets make up the most part of your trip expenses. To abtain cheap air-tickets is the key factor to lower your travel cost. So find a right air-ticket  booking agent is very important.
 
 
 
Your flight will depart from Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MIAA) and arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) in Beijing, and vice versa for the return flight.
2: Book your accommodation in Beijing
After your Manila Philippines Beijing round trip international flights are reserved, your next important jos is to reserve your hotel in Beijing. As your know, there are over 800 star-rated hotels in Beijing. So you have hard work to search for an ideal hotel n Beijing. You may ask your travel agent to do it for you. Or you may check the hotels through the online hotel booking travel wesbsites such as expedia.com, travelocity.com, booking.com, hotelclub.com, asiahotels.com,  priceonline.com and many more. If you are tired of the search for the over 800 star-rated hotels in Beijing, you may use our selected three best value hotels in Beijing.

3: Visit the top attractions in Beijing
So now,  both your air-tickets and hotel are booked, it is time to search for the top things to see and do in Beijing. It takes time to enjoy everything that Beijing City has to offer. If you only have limited time in Beijing, you can make most of your trip by visiting the top ten attractions in Beijing City or doing the top 10 things.  See Top 10 Attractions in Beijing for more information.

4: Transfer from Beijing airport to your hotel
Now you are planning your transfer from Beijing airport to your hotel in Beijing.
First, you should learn some basic information on Beijing Capital Airport. At present there are three terminals – T3, T2 and T1. Most of the international flights arrive at T3 and T2. T2 and T1 are connected by a corridor. T3 is a little far from both T2 and T1. There is a Free Inter-Terminal Shuttle Buses connecting T3, T2 and T1. T3 is the largest single terminal in the world. Please make sure at which terminal you are arriving or departing to avoid a wrong terminal. Detailed information about the terminals at Beijing Capital Airport. You can choose one of the following 4 transportations to go from Beijing airport to your downtown hotel.
Beijing Car Rental
Beijing Airport Shuttle Bus Service
Beijing Airport Taxi Service
Beijing Airport Express Train

5: Plan your daily travel in Beijing
Please check out suggested Beijing daily schedule for your reference:
1) Beijing in One Day:
Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Badaling Great Wall ( or Mutianyu Great Wall )
2) Beijing in Two Days:
Day 01: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and Summer Palace, Beijing Opera
Day 02: Ming Tombs and Badaling Great Wall ( or Mutianyu Great Wall )
3) Beijing in Three Days:
Day 01: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and Summer Palace
Day 02: Ming Tombs and Badaling Great Wall ( or Mutianyu Great Wall )
Day 03: Hutongs, Lama Temple and Olympic Sites, Silk Market, Beijing Opera
4) Beijing in Four Days:
Day 01: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven and Summer Palace
Day 02: Ming Tombs and Badaling Great Wall
Day 03: Hutongs, Lama Temple, Olypic Sites, Silk Market, Beijing Opera
Day 04: Beijing Capital Museum, Panda House, CCTV Headquaters Building, Grand Natioal Theatre, 798 Space

6: Get around in Beijing
Generally speaking, getting around in Beijing is quite convenient. In the past 30 years, Beijing transportation has been improved gradually and greatly – widened roads, lengthened subway lines, more clean buses, more environmentally friendly taxis etc. But like any other metropolitan cities worldwide, you will hit a traffic jam in a peak hour. So try to avoid rush hours and well schedule your airport transfer to avoid possible delay.

You may turn to your own local travel agency in Manila or the online air-ticket booking agents such as www.ebookers.com www.flightnetwork.com www.feeyo.com www.tripbase.com , www.expedia.com, www.edreams.com
 
If possible, directly contact the airlines  Cebu Pacific Air
(www.cathaypacific.com, www.singaporeair.com ) to get the first hand air-tickets for better deals.

 

Beijing Taxi Beijing Public Bus Beijing Subway Beijing Trains
Beijing Flights Beijing Airlines Beijing Bike Beijing Pedicab
Beijing Boat Beijing Walking    
  
  
7: Beijing Travel Tips
Traveling is also a way of learning. Beijing, of course, is a world of difference from your hometown. Having some empathy or putting yourself in “Beijing’s shoes” is highly recommended. So it is necessary to have for some basic facts and travel tips about Beijing before leaving for  Beijing.
Visa Accommodations Customs
Climate Communicating Business Hours
Money Changing money Credit cards
Phony Money Radio and TV Publications
Telephone Post Office Medical Services
Electricty Water Laundry
Transportation Beijing Time Cheap flights to Beijing
Beijing Travel Advice
 
8: Book a Beijing tour package?
Whether you are a very independent traveler or a frequent travel agency users (there are pros and cons to this approach), when traveling Beijing, it is a good idea to mix independent travel with private or group tour to make the most out of your Beijing short trip since Beijing has too much to see and do.So, to purchase a Beijing tour package from a local travel agency, you’ll get much history and fresh knowledge of Beijing from a local Chinese speaking or English-speaking tour guide. We organize Beijing tour from the moment you touch down at your airport to when we transfer you back there at the end of an exciting vacation. Or you may select any of the travel service from us including transport, day trips, great wall tours, hotels, meals, night shows, and tour guides.
 
Beijing Tour packages Beijing Day Tours Great Wall Tour Beijing Coach Tours
Beijing Hutong Tours Half Day in Beijing Beijing Bike Tours Beijing Walking Tour
Beijing Kids Tour Beijing Side Trips    
 
9:  Beijing Travel Advice
Tips for Visiting Tiananmen Square
Tips for visiting Summer Palace
Tips for Visiting the Temple of Heaven
Forbidden City Travel Tips – The Palace Museum Travel Tips
Tips for Visiting the Great Wall of China around Beijing
How to Visit Ming Tombs in Beijing
How to visit Beihai Park Beijing
How to visit Shichahai
How to visit Bird’s Nest and Water Cube
How to visit CCTV Tower in Beijing
How to Visit National Grand Theatre in Beijing
Top 10 Most Romantic Places in Beijing
How to Enjoy Beijing Nightlife
Top 10 Beijing Souvenirs
Top 10 Tourist Scams Beijing
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22 Responses to “Philippines Beijing Tour, Beijing Tour Packages from Manila Philippines”

  1. cath says:

    i just want to ask..do i need to apply for chinese visa even if im just 3 days on it.? and do i still need medical certificate?

  2. admin says:

    Cath,

    Yes, you still need a Chinese visa even if you only have a short trip to China. As for the specific request for the Chinese visa, please check the page of http://www.tour-beijing.com/philippines_beijing_tour/

  3. ellen says:

    do you have any packages for beijing for october of this year? excluding airfare coz im planning to avail a low rate ticket from cebu pacific. tnx

  4. admin says:

    Hello Ellen,

    We recommend to you two kinds of Beijing tour packages which will be interestsing to you – Beijing group tour packages and private tour packages:

    1. Beijing Group Tour Packages ( see http://www.tour-beijing.com/budget_tours/ )

    2. Beijing Private tour packages ( see http://www.tour-beijing.com/beijing_package_tour/ )

    Have a nice trip to Beijing!

  5. Jeffrey says:

    I just want to ask if how much am i going to spend if I choose to travel and visit china for just a month. Is it difficult to get a visa? Or is it better to look for an agency to work it for me? Do I need someone to invite me so I can easily get a visa? Thanks for your prompt reply.

  6. admin says:

    Hello Jeffrey, how much money you have to spend is contingent on your travel budget ( budget hotels or luxury hotels, etc.). Basically one day travel in China costs you between US$ 50 and US$ 200 ( just for your reference). It is easy to get a Chinese travel visa either through your local travel agents or directly contacting our embassy or consultates in Philippines. To get a visa, you need to present your travel documents including air-tickets, hotel confirmation letters or tour bookings if you use a travel agwncy in China.

    You may have a self-guided tour of China or use the travel agency in Philippines or in China. For more information, please check http://www.tour-beijing.com/philippines_beijing_tour/

    Have a nice trip to China!

  7. alliyah says:

    hello. . .im just a little bit confused because I wanted to visit china for a long time but getting a china visa is a hindrance for me because of the lack of time in applying. .now, I am already decided to visit china particularly beijing and shanghai and plan to get an airline promo ticket but somebody from the travel agency advised me to secure first visa before booking an airline. .

    which is more advisable, get a visa first or airline/hotel booking? I read that an hotel/airline booking is needed for securing china visa. . thanks

  8. admin says:

    Both are advisable and have their reasons. If you want to apply for a visa, you are required to offer your travel documents including air-ticket booking certificate. But if you fail to get your visa, then you have some trouble with your air-tickets.

    So what should you do to solve the problem?

    1. Basically, you may first reserve your tickets, just reserve, not purchase your tickets. Then you also can get your air-ticket booking document.

    2. For the same reason, you may use http://www.booking.com to reserve your hotels in China. Please remember, just reserve, and you don’t have to pay in advance. Then you will again print out your hotel booking documents online.

    You use both the air-ticket booking and hotel booking documents to apply for a visa.

    When you have got your visa, you can purchase your air-tickets. If your air-ticket booking agent cannot hold your ticket booking till the day when you get the visa, then you have to book your air-ticket again. If so, your tickets prices will be higher.

    If you book your hotels through http://www.booking.com, you can pay your hotels on the spot when you check in on your actual China trip.

    Please read the following for more information:

    Visa application fees (peso/per)
    Time of Entries Single Entry Double Entries 6 months-multiple Entries 12 months-Multiple Entries
    Philippines Passport 1400 2100 2800 4200
    U.S.A Passport 6500 6500 6500 6500
    Foreign Passport 1700 2550 3400 5100

    Places ( the Chinese embassy or consulate ) to apply for a visa

    Address:
    2nd & 3rd Floor,
    the World Center,
    330 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue,
    Makati City,
    Metro Manila,
    Republic of the Philippines.

    Visa Office Hours:
    09:00 am to 11:00 am (Monday to Friday, Except for Legal Festivals and Holidays )

    Other Office Hours:
    08:30 am to 12:00 am, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday, Except for Legal Festivals and Holidays )

    Contact Us:
    Visa Section:
    Fax. 0063-2-8482386
    Inquiry: 0063-2-8482395 (Work Day 08:30 am – 10:30 am)
    Email: visasection_ph@sina.com

  9. in your Beijing tour can u extend it with shanghai tour

  10. admin says:

    Hello Jasmin maagad,

    Yes, we can also arrange your Shanghai tour. Please check http://www.tour-beijing.com/shanghai_tours/

  11. shirley says:

    i want to get prices for hotel and airfare package from manila to shanghai, shanghai to beijing and beijing to manila..

  12. admin says:

    Hello Shirley,

    At present, we can offer the hotel booking at Beijing and Shanghai. But we do’nt offer Manila-Shanghai-Beijing-Manila round trip air-tickets. If you need the hotel booking, please send your reuqest to info@tour-beijingl.com

    Thanks!

  13. Mae says:

    My question is I’m traveling from Manila PI to Beijing and holding US passport,do need a visa going to China?Thanks!

  14. Mae says:

    Next question how far is Beijing to Shanghai?

  15. admin says:

    Hello Mae,

    If you fly from Manila to Beijing, then continue to fly to a third country ( not back to Manila), then you are eligible for free-visa 72 hours transit stay in Beijing.

  16. admin says:

    Hello Mae,

    About 1200km, 1 and half hours by flight, 5 hours by high-spedd trains, 16 hours by road.

  17. Madz says:

    We (3 pax-family) already purchased our roundtrip air tickets Manila-Beijing-Manila for December 21-25, 2013 but we don’t have visa yet. Can our local tour agency take care of it same as our Hongkong-Shenzhen experience? We don’t have time to do it ourselves.

  18. admin says:

    Hello Madz,

    You still need to apply for a Chinese visa either through a travel agency or visa agent, or go to the Chinese emabssy for the visa.

  19. Joan says:

    Hi,
    I have a fiance working in beijing and he is already permanent resident in china.What he want is for me to visit there.Is it possible if he will be the one to get a visa for me including airline tickets?Anyhow i’ll stay with him in his home while im there.Hope to hear from you thank you

  20. Daniel says:

    Hello Joan,

    You still need to apply for China visa on your own. You may appy for a tourist visa. Please go to the Chinese embassy for more information in your case.

  21. mark says:

    hi,
    what are the visa requirments for philippine passport holders, and the application visa form to be fillup with, thanks

  22. Daniel says:

    Hello Mark,

    All Philippine passport holders require a visa before travel to Beijing China. There is no visa-on-arrival provision except in extraordinary cases. You should apply to the Chinese embassy or consulate to your home. Or you may turn to your local travel agency or visa agency for a Chinese visa. Your passport must be valid for six months from your proposed date of entry and contain two blank visa pages when you hand in the visa application. Getting the standard one-month tourist visa is not difficult.

    Places to apply for a visa

    Address:
    2nd & 3rd Floor,
    the World Center,
    330 Sen. Gil J. Puyat Avenue,
    Makati City,
    Metro Manila,
    Republic of the Philippines.

    Visa Office Hours:
    09:00 am to 11:00 am (Monday to Friday, Except for Legal Festivals and Holidays )

    Other Office Hours:
    08:30 am to 12:00 am, 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (Monday to Friday, Except for Legal Festivals and Holidays )

    Contact Us:
    Visa Section:
    Fax. 0063-2-8482386
    Inquiry: 0063-2-8482395 (Work Day 08:30 am – 10:30 am)
    Email: visasection_ph@sina.com

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