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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 Muslim Tour
The Islam started to spread in China since 651 AD in Tang Emperor Gaozong. For the past few centuries, the Islam in China has greatly developed and resulted in many Muslim Mosques and sites. Now in whole China, there are estimated to be over 20 million Chinese Muslims with communities in every province. There are over ten minorities that stick to to Islam and have their own dining, manner and way of life.

In Beijing there are some famous mosques such as Niujie Mosque, Dongsi Mosque, Huashi Mosque etc. Muslim halal food is not difficult to find in Beijing. You may find such muslim restaurants like Ziguangyuan at Tuanjiehu, Yijinyuan Restaurant, Donglaishun Restaurant, Hongbinlou Restaurant, Tonghexian Restaurant and many more. Niujie Street is the most important muslim community in Beijing.

Tour Beijing has years'experience in handling Beijing Muslim tours. If all the pre-arranged Beijing Muslim tours mentioned here are not what you expect, you are welcome to contact our Beijing China trip advisors for customized Beijing muslim tours.
Beijing Muslim Tour Packages

» Beijing Muslim 4 Day Tour Package
Beijing Muslim 4 Day Tour Package Activities: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Niujie Mosque, Temple of Heaven, Badaling Great Wall, Changling (Ming Tombs), Bird's Nest 
Meals: 2 halal food lunches  
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Private tour guide + vehicle + entrance fees;
Hotel: Yes
Customizable: Yes
Tour Code: BMTP-01
Price: Starting from US$ 230 p/p


» Beijing Muslim 5 Day Tour Package
Beijing Muslim 5 Day Tour Package Activities: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Niujie Mosque, Huashi Mosque, Temple of Heaven, Badaling Great Wall, Changling (Ming Tombs), National Grand Theatre and Hutong tour, Bird's nest
Meals: 3 muslim food lunches
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Private tour guide + vehicle + entrance fees
Hotel: Yes
Customizable: Yes
Tour Code: BMTP-02
Price: Starting from US$ 329 p/p


Beijing Muslim Day Tour

Beijing Muslim Classic Day Tour
Beijing Muslim Classic Day Tour Attractions: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Niujie Mosque Temple of Heaven
Pick-up point and time: Your Hotel around 8:30am
Finishing point and time: Your Hotel around 5:00pm
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Entrance fees + halal lunch + private tour guide
Tour Code: CM-01
Price: Starting from US$ 55 p/p


Beijing Muslim Great Wall Day Tour
Beijing Muslim Great Wall Day Tour Attractions: Badaling Great Wall, Changling (Ming Tombs) and Changping Mosque
Pick-up point and time: Your Hotel around 8:00am
Finishing point and time: Your Hotel around 5:00pm
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Entrance fees + halal lunch + private tour guide
Tour Code: CM-02
Price: Starting from US$ 58 p/p


Beijing Muslim Old Beijing City Tour
Beijing Muslim Old Beijing City Tour Attractions: Panda House, Dongsi Mosque, Hutong rickshaw tour, Drum Tower
Pick-up point and time: Your Hotel around 9:00am
Finishing point and time: Your Hotel around 5:00pm
Walking Level: Beginner
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Entrance fees + halal lunch + private tour guide
Tour Code: CM-03
Price: Starting from US$ 58 p/p


Beijing Muslim Highlight Day Tour
Beijing Muslim Highlight Day Tour Attractions: Badaling Great Wall, Forbidden City and Niujie Mosque
Pick-up point and time: Your Hotel around 8:00am
Finishing point and time: Your Hotel around 6:00pm
Vehicle: Private Car or Van
Service: Entrance fees + lunch + private tour guide & driver
Tour Code: CM-04
Price: Starting from US$ 58 p/p


Beijing Muslim Travle Tips


There are said to be over 2,000 halal options in small eateries, mid-range and upmarket halal restaurants as well in Beijing. These muslim restaurants adhere to a full halal menu that does not serve pork and does not serve alcohol.

By the "most popular hala food restaurants", we refer to those hala food restaurants that don't just offer good halal food, but also have the good atmosphere, affordable prices and good customer service as well. In Beijing and elsewhere in China, halal food is also known as Hui cuisine and Xinjiang food.

1. Jubaoyuan 聚宝源
Add: 5-2 Commerce Building 1, Niujie Xili, Xicheng District, Beijing
(西城区牛街西里商业1号楼5-2号)
Tel: 83545602
Opening hours: Daily 11:00am -09:50pm.
Brief Introduction:
Jubaoyuan is one of the oldest halal restaurants on Niujie Street, the biggest muslim community in Beijing. Jubaoyuan is well known for its fresh beef, hand-cut mutton slices, baked sesame seed coated cakes and delicious sesame dipping sauce, as well as its affordable prices. Remark: You have to book your seats in advance.

2. Xinjiang Restaurant 新疆饭庄
Add: Urumqi Beijing Office at 1 Beili, Chegongzhuang Dajie, Xicheng, Beijing
(西城区车公庄大街北里1号乌鲁木齐驻京办)
Tel: 68362795
Opening hours: Daily 9:00am -09:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
Xinjiang Restaurant is known for its lamb barbecue, skewered roasted lamb legs, spiced skewered lamb and self-made yogurt.
Remark: You need to book your seats in advance, especially on weekends.

3. Bayilaoye at Zhonguancun 巴依老爷新疆美食(中关村店)分店
Add:No.118, Zhongguancun East Road, Haidian District, Beijing
(海淀区中关村东路118号北三环联想桥金五星服装市场东北角)
Tel: 82111181
Opening hours: Daily 11:00am -11:00pm.
Brif Introduction:
It offers Xinjiang Uyghur Cuisine, best known for its yogurt and Mongolian Boiled Lamb.

4. Kaorouji Restaurant 聚德华天烤肉季(什刹海总店)分店
Add: No.14, Dongyan, Qianhai, Dianmen Waidajie, Xicheng District, Beijing
(西城区地安门外大街前海东沿14号)
Tel: 64042554
Opening hours: Daily 6:00am -11:00pm.
Brif Introduction:
Kaorouji Restaurant is superly located in the famous Shichahai area by the Yinding Bridge. It is a time-honored restaurant. It is best known for its specialities of barbecued lamb and steamed sesame buns.

5. Xinjiang Islam Restaurant 新疆伊斯兰饭庄
Add: Xinjiang Beijing Office at 7, Sanlihe Road, Haidian, Beijing
(海淀区三里河路7号新疆驻京办事处院内)
Tel: 88365363
Opening hours: Daily 7:00am -10:30pm.
Brief Introduction:
As you know, the halal restautrant is located inside the compound of the Xinjiang Office in Beijing, and it offers the authentic Muslim food, well known for its yogurt, roasted lamb, Mongolian Boiled Lamb and many more.

6. Yanlanlou at Cangjiadao 燕兰楼(仓夹道店)分店
Add: 7,Cangjiadao, Dongshi Shitiao, Dongcheng, Beijing
(东城区东四十条仓夹道7号)
Tel: 84075779
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am -9:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
Yan Lan Lou Restaurant offers Finger Mutton, Beef Flavour Noodle, Mutton String, Muslim Cuisine and more.

7. Silk Road Impression Xinjiang Restaurant at Hepingli 丝路印象新疆餐厅(和平里店)分店
Add:: No. 1 Heping Commercial Building, No. 01 Mid-street, Hepingli, Dongcheng District
东城区和平里中街17号天元和平商业大厦1楼
Tel: 84228548
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am -9:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
This halal restaurant offers Xinjiang-style braised chicken, yogurt, mutton kebab, grilled naan, dry fried noodles, grilled mutton with rose willows, Xinjiang-style braised lamb chops with naan and grilled bun.

8. Hongbinlou Restaurant 鸿宾楼
Add: No.11, Zhanlanguan Road, Xicheng District
(西城区展览馆路11号)
Tel: 68994560
Opening hours: Daily 11:00am -9:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
A time-honored halal restaurant. Its menu still boasts some of the standards of halal Beijing cuisine, including halal Peking duck (prepared according to Muslim dietary law).

9. Ziguangyuan at Jingsong 紫光园(劲松店)分店
Add: No.907 Building, the 9th Block of Jingsong Community, Chaoyang, Beijing
(朝阳区劲松九区907号楼
Tel: 87713470
Opening hours: Daily 11:00am -9:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
A time-honored halal restaurant. The food here keeps in tradition: Baodu, a classic Hui tripe dish, chunks of sweetmeat with yam…

10. Yijinyuan Restaurant 伊锦园
Add: By the east entrance to the Yuan Dynasty Site Park, Chaoyang, Beijing
(朝阳区北土城东路元大都城垣遗址公园东门)
Tel: 84652288
Opening hours: Daily 11:00am -9:00pm.
Brief Introduction:
It is the most deluxe halal restaurant in Beijing.

The history of the mosques in Beijing dates back to the year 996 when two Arabic elders started the construction of Niu Jie Mosque ( Ox Street Mosque ), the first mosque in Beijing. The Yuan Dynasty (1279 - 1368 ) saw the fast development of Islamism after the influx into China of a great number of Muslims. The famous Dongsi Mosque was established in Yuan Dynasty. Islamism developed greatly in Ming and Qing dynasties, adding to over 30 mosques in Beijing.

Today there are estimated to be over 200,000 Muslims and 72 mosques in Beijing. We list the best and most popular mosques in Beijing in no particular order. The list is based on their history, facilities, scape and popularity. Leave your comments and share with others.

1. Niujie Mosque 牛街清真寺
The Niujie Mosque is the oldest mosque in Beijing. It was originally built in 996 during the Liao Dynasty and was reconstructed and renovated in successive dynasties. The mosque has had three big renovations since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949. Niu Jie Mosque is located in the largest muslim community in Beijing. The Niujie Mosque takes an area of approximately 10,000 square meters. Its architecture is a blend of Islamic and Han Chinese cultural and architectural influences.

Add: No.88 Niujie St, Xicheng District, Beijing
Tel: 0086 10 6353 2564

2. Dongsi Mosque 东四清真寺
The Dongsi mosque is one of the oldest mosque in Beijing. It was orginally built in 1356 during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). It is located at No.13, the Dongsi South Street, Dongcheng District. The present mosque is mainly composed of two gates, a minaret, a worship hall and a library. The worship hall can house 500 people praying and there is a separate area in the main hall for women. It has been restored and renovated many times. The library houses valuable manuscripts of the Quran, the Hadith. The mosque is the headquarters of the Islamic Association of Beijing.

Add: No.13, Dongsi South Street, Dongcheng, Beijing
Tel: 0086 10 65257824  

3. Huashi Mosque 花市清真寺
Huashi Mosque was first built in 1415 during the reign of the emperor Yongle in Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). It is located on the west side of the Huashi Street in Dongcheng District. It underwent several renovations and expansions. The present Worship Hall is the largest architecture in the mosque. The other buildings in the mosque include the Stele Pavilion, the Jingu Hall, Xunyue Platform, the Sermon Room, and bedrooms.

Add: 30 West Huasi Street, Dongcheng, Beijing
Tel: 67120726

4. Nan Douya Mosque 南豆芽清真寺
Nan Douya Mosque was originally constructed during the Qing Dynasty (1644-19111). This mosque mainly serves the Hui community that lives in the area, but it now receives thousands of foreigners each year. The Nan Douya Mosque has no entrance fee but it encourages donations from visitors. It is located next to the Chaoyangmen subway station of Subway Line 2.

Add: 15 Nandouya Hutong, Dongcheng, Beijing
Tel: 84068225

5. Haidian Mosque 北京海淀清真寺
Haidian Mosque was originally built in the late Ming Dynasty and the early Qing Dynasty. It is a three-hall courtyard layout. The prayer hall is in the center of the mosque with the kiln hall at its back and the Baishi platform at its front. A square corners pavilion is atop the prayer hall telling the Islamic architectural style. The teaching rooms are in the south and north of the yard. The north of the mosque houses a vegetable garden and the west has the Yidi place (a cemetery).

Add: West Zhalan Road, Haidian Town, Haidian District, Beijing
Tel: 62558296

6. Dewai Mosque 德外清真寺
Dewai Mosque is also known as Beijing Fayuan Mosque. It is located 200-300m to the northeast of Desheng Gate, hence the name of Dewai Mosque, meaning "outside Desheng Gate Mosque". It was origailly constructed in late Ming and early Qing dynasties.

In 2003, the local Xicheng District government allocated 8 million yuan and collected 2 million yuan for the renovation of the old mosque. Now the upgraded Dewai Mosque coveres an area of 4,000 square meters, 3 sizes of the original mosque. The mosque entrance faces the street to the west. The Dewai Mosque is a mix of Chinese architecture and Arabic Islamic architectural style. To the southeast corner of the main 200 square meter prayer hall is the smaller prayer hall for female. Every day many Muslims come here to pray and some non-muslim vistors visit th mosque as well.

Add: No.200 Dewai Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Tel: 62016131

7. Jinshifang Street Mosque 锦什坊街清真寺
Jinshifang Street Mosque is locally named after the street in the west of Beijing where the mosque is located. The mosque is also known as "Pushou Mosque". It was originally built in the year of the 4th year of Xuande in Ming Dynasty ( 1429 ), one of the four major 4 mosques in Beijing. It was rebuilt and renovated several times in the past.

In 1982, the old mosque was reconstructed with a construction area of 1373 square meter. The main prayer hall covers an area of 200 square meters in the style of Chinese classical palace architecture. The buildings inside the mosque is spectacular with its shape and coloful design in the Ming style. There are over 2500 muslim households of over 11,000 muslims using the mosque. There are over 150 rolls of Arabic classics and over 100 Persian rolls of classics. The Xicheng Muslim Association is located inside the Mosque.

Add: No.63, Jinshifang Street, Xicheng District, Beijing
Tel: 66036165

8. Changying Mosque 常营清真寺
Changying Mosque is named after the same name village where the mosque is located. Changying Mosque was originally constructed in the Zhengde period in Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) and was largely reconstructed in the Jiaqing period in Qing Dynasty (1644 -1911). It was the largest mosque in the suburbs of Beijing. Today it is still an important religious site for nearby muslims to pray.

In the years of in 1983, 1993 and 1998, the Changying Mosque was renovated and repaired for several times. Built on an axis from east to west, Changying Mosque faces the east and it is a three-hall courtyard with Chinese characteristics of black bricks and green tiles. In recent years there newly constructed a separate hall of women, designed for female Muslim to pray.

Add: Changying Minzu Village, Chaoyang District, Beijing
Tel: 65484914  

9. Madian Mosque 马甸清真寺
Beijing Madian Mosque takes an area of over 3,800 square meters. It has the style of a traditional Chinese courtyard. The main structures include the prayer hall, teaching rooms and the hall for female muslims. Historically, the Madian area has been inhabitated by numerous muslims, another big muslim community after Niujie community. Beside the local muslims, there are many muslims coming from the universities and expats nearby and muslims from all parts of the world, espacially from Arabic countries and people from the Southeast countries in Asia,

Add: Madian South Village, Haidian District, Beijing
Tel: 62019208

10. Dongzhimen Mosque 东直门清真寺
Dongzhimen was originally constructed during the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368). but the present building was reconstructed in the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). Now, the mosque is laid out the shape of a traditional quadrangle courtyard of Chinese characteristics. The mosque includes such buildings as the prayer hall, and other houses and the wing-room and other facilities.

Add: No.6, Waichaci, Dongzhimenwai, Dongcheng District, Beijing
Tel: 64638195


Muslim Friendly Hotels in Beijing
1. Beijing Niningxia 宁夏大厦 ( 4 star )
Add:13 Fensiting Hutong, Andingmen Neidajie, Dongcheng, Beijing 北京东城区安定门内大街分司厅胡同
13号 Tel::010-64009999
This is a halal hotel.

2. Xinjiang Hotel 新疆饭店 ( 4 star )
Xinjiang Plaza Hotel 新疆大厦 ( 5 star )
Add:7 Sanlihe, Haidian, Beijing
Tel:010-68335599
This is a halal hotel.

3. Feitian Hotel Beijing 飞天大厦( 4 star )
Add:5 South Street, Guangqumenwai, Dongcheng District, Beijing 北京东城区广渠门外南街5号
Tel:010-67778000
Halal Restaurant: Hongyun Restaurant on the first floor

4. Xiyuan Hotel 西苑饭店 ( 5 star )
Add:1 Sanlihe Road, Haidian District, Beijing 北京海淀区三里河路1号
Tel:010-68313388
Halal Restaurant: Xinjiang Restaurant on the first floor


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