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Top 10 Hot Spring Resorts in Beijing

Saturday, December 29th, 2018
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Plan your Beijing Spa tour? One of the popular attractions are the hotspring resorts dotted around the outskirts of Beijing. Most of the hot spring resorts are clustered around Xiao Tang Shan in Changping District of Beijing.

The waters from these hot spring resorts are believed to be therapeutic and a soak or a sip in the waters could cure almost any ailment. Mineral-rich natural springs are set on a comfortable temperature for pools and tubs, and parks, frequented by locals and travelers.

As international travelers, you won’t miss one of your must-to-do activities – Hike or walk on the Great Wall of China. You may combine your Great Wall hiking with your relaxing soak into the waters of a hot spring resort, creating a perfect Beijing trip.

1. Jiuhua Spa & Resort (北京九华山庄温泉度假村)
Built on the original site of the formerly imperial hot spring resort, Jiuhua’s Xiaotangshan Hot Spring (Xiao Tang Shan Spa Resort), is one of China’s four major hot springs, abundantly rich in minerals and elements which are beneficial to the wonders of medical treatment. Rejuvenate Your Spirit at the Hot Spring.

The unstable microelement in the water will form something of pellicle on the skin. It has a good effect on curing skin disease, pigment deposition, The Jiuhua hotspring comes from 1230 meters underground, and the temperature of the hot-spring keeps around 40. It has modern outdoor Jacuzzi type hot tubs and indoor pools inside rooms.

Add: Xiaotangshan Town, Changping District, Beijing 北京市昌平区小汤山镇
Reference price: RMB220
Tel: 010-61782288
How to Get There:
Self-drive: Drive along Badaling Expressway and get off at Beiyuankou (北苑口)of Xiaotangshan, then drive 2km and you will see the Daliushu Roundabout (大柳树环岛), then turn right for 500m, total 40km.

Jiuhua Spa & Resort

Jiuhua Spa & Resort

2. Longmai Hot Spring Resort 龙脉温泉度假村
“Longmai” literally means “the Pulse of a Dragon”. The Longmai Hot Spring Resort is located not far from Jiuhua Spa & Resort, and both of them are built on the original site of the formerly imperial hot spring bathing area.

The waters of the Longmai Hot Spring Resort is composed of 56 minerals and micro-elements necessary for one’s body. The hot spring has effective treatments on arthritis and respiratory disease. Frequent soaks in the waters will make your skin fine and smooth, unique effects on your beauty maintenance.

There are 80 pools nestled in the bamboo forest with much privacy. In all these featuring pools, you are able to enjoy happy privacy. It has both indoor and outdoor hot spring pools.

The indoor hot spring hall takes an area of 20,000 square meters with a plethora of water activities including Water Amusement, 3m Springboard, Sauna, Hot spring pools, man-made waves, drifting, Alpine slide, children’s park, high-temperature sand, beach bathing, slab bathing, milk bathing, aloe bathing, Spa slat bathing, medicinal bathing, mint bathing and more.

Add: Xiaotangshan Town, Changping District, Beijing 北京市昌平区小汤山镇
Reference price: RMB100
Tel: 010-61782666, 61782458, 61793838, 61793888, 61782465
How to get there:
Self-drive: Drive along Badaling Expressway and get off at Beiyuankou (北苑口)of Xiaotangshan, then drive 2km and you will see the Daliushu Roundabout (大柳树环岛), then turn to the west for 500m.

 Longmai Hot Spring Resort

Longmai Hot Spring Resort

3. Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort 北京天龙源温泉度假村
Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort is a large leisure resort with a construction area of over 40,000 square meters, which can accommodate approx.3,000 people. It is located on the travel route between Badaling Great Wall and the site of the Ming Tombs.

This huge hot spring resort is often chosen as a night activity following a day’s tiring trip to the Badaling Great Wall, the Ming Toms or back from skiing on the Snow World Sk Resort or the Badaling Ski Resort.

Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort has an 1200 square -meter indoor area for showering and sauna, 2,000 square meters for hot spring bathing, and 10,000 square meters for water-theme amusement. It is also equipped with the skating rink, table tennis, Billiard room, Bars, tea houses, KTV, Massage room, VIP rooms and restaurants of varous sizes.

Each night an impressive show is available, a huge performance of ice, fire, water, beauty fish, singing and dancing, and Water Curtain Movie. 20,000 people can ejoy the amazing performance.

Add: 29 Nankou Road, Chanping District, Beijing
Tel: 010-80100088
How to get there:
Public Transport: Take bus 919 from Deshengmen Bus Terminal and get off at Changping, then take a local bus to Beijing Tianlongyuan Ho Spring Resort.
Self-drive: Drive along Badaling Expressway and get off at the Exit No.13C. along the Xiguan Roundabout (西关环岛) and you will get to the resort 2km west of the Xiguan Roundabout.

Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort

Tianlongyuan Hot Spring Resort

4. Fengshan Hot Spring Resort 凤山温泉度假村
Fengshan Hot Spring Resort is a 4-star resort-type hotel. It is located to the south of Mangshan Mountain and to the west of the Ming Tombs Reservoir, perched between the green mountains and sapphire waters. Bestowed with miniral-rich hot springs, Fengshan Hot Spring Resort has been turned into a shangri-la, separated from the hustle and bustle of the city.

This garden hotel is composed of service items including meeting rooms, hot spring therapy, amusement facilities, drinking and beverage, dining and hotel accommodation. Its 21,000 square-meter hot spring paradise features a typical hot spring with 72 kinds of items. The hot spring comes from the 3800 meters deep undeground. These hot springs containjing a few elements and minirals, which are good for one’s health.

Add: East of the Reservoir Road, Changping District, China
Hotel Room Rate: RMB 480
Tel: 010-60711188
How to get there:
Public Transport: Take bus 919 (支线) from Deshengmen Bus Terminal and get off at the Fenghuang Winter Resort.
Self-drive: Drive along Badaling Expressway and exit at the Exit 13C. Continue to drive to the east and turn too te north at the reservoir

Fengshan Hot Spring Resort

Fengshan Hot Spring Resort

.5. Beijing Jinyu Badaling Spa Resort (北京金隅八达岭温泉度假村)
Beijing Jinyu Badaling Spa Resort is located in Yanqing District, about 80km north of the Beijing dwontown. It is adjacent to the Badaling Great Wall, Longqing Gorge, Wild Duck Lake, Shijinglong Ski Resort, Songshan other tourist attractions. It is a leisure complex including spa, business conference reception, leisure and entertainment.

The Resort covers an area of about 200,000 square meters with the Guishui River crossing through. The hot spring water originates from 2,000 meters underground with outlet temperature reaching 54 ℃. The warm waters is of good quality and rich in fluorine, sulfur, iron, silicon and many other kinds of mineral substance and microelements needed by human body.

The hot spring resort is a unique spa park with an area of 6,000 square meters. It has 32 indoor and outdoor hot spring pools. And the Resort also has more than twenty different-sized conference rooms and multi-functional halls equipped with advanced simultaneous interpretation equipment and other facilities, suitable for both domestic and international professional meetings. Meanwhile, the recreation center has many leisure and entertainment activities, such as table tennis, badminton, tennis, beach volleyball, real CS, KTV, swimming, fishing, skating, boating, etc

Reservation Tel:010-69148833
Add:Yanqing County, Beijing
Beijing Bus Route: Take Bus 919 (Deshengmen to Yanqing) at Deshengmen and get off at Guandong (关东), then change fo Bus No.920 and get off at the final stop.
Self-drive Route: No. 62 Exit on Beijing-Xizang Expressway – northward from Yingchengzi Toll Station – Yingbin Roundabout, then passing through 6 traffic lights, you will arrive at the resort.

Beijing Jinyu Badaling Spa Resort

Beijing Jinyu Badaling Spa Resort

6. Chunhuiyuan Hot Spring Resorts (春晖园温泉度假村 )
The resort has the same springhead – Xiaotangshan hot spring. Xiaotangshan has been famous for its hot springs for over 300 years. Local legend has it that the imperial family of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) went there to relax. People have used hot spring water in therapeutic baths for more than 200 years to treat rheumatism and other ailments. For foreign tourists, this is perhaps one of the most memorable cultural experiences and it will certainly spoil you.

Stay overnight at Chunhuiyuan Hot Spring Resort is a good idea to escape the busy city life and rewind yourself. At present there are three kinds of accommodations – Lakeside Villa, Villa Hotel and Chunhuiyuan Warm Spring Hotel. Each room of the hotels has a private hot spring indoor bath pool. Lakeside Villa is a row of one floor building by a small lake with 20 rooms. Each room is well furnished with an indoor private hot spring bath pool. You can reserve a room with with a full size outdoor Jacuzzi style tub. experience complete relaxation and renewal in my stays.

Add: Yu Village, Gaoliying, Shunyi Bridge. 北京市顺义区高丽营镇于庄
Tel: 010-69148833, 69186869, 69180005
Public Bus: Take bus 942 from Dongzhimen Transport Hub and reach its final terminal
Self-driver: Drive along Jingcheng Expressway and get off at the stop of Huosha Road (火沙路).

Chunhuiyuan Hot Spring Resorts

Chunhuiyuan Hot Spring Resorts

7. Hongfu Hot Spring Leisure City (温都水城) 
Hongfu Hot Spring Leisure City is a 5-star hot springs hotel, about 20km north of Beijing city center. It is located on the north of Wenyu River, the mother river of Beijing. More than a luxury hotel, Hongfu Hot Spring Leisure City is a green and leisure tourist mecca incorporating a huge water amusement park, therapuetic mineral waters, sightdeeing tourism and business meetings.

The hot water city is equipped with facilities & services designed to hold weddings, family gatherings, reunions, retreats, meetings, trainings and much more.

Add: 55 Wangfu Street, BeiQijia Town, Changping District, Beijing
Tel: 010-81788888,81781111
Reference Price: RMB198
How to get there:
Public Bus: Line 839, 803 and get off at Hongfu Community
Self-drive: Drive along Badaling Expressway and get off at the exit of Huilongguan (回龙观出口), then drive east to the resort, 1km east of Huilongguan Community.

Hongfu Hot Spring Leisure City

Hongfu Hot Spring Leisure City

8. Flowery Bay Magnetic Spa Resort 花水湾磁化温泉度假村
Flowery Bay Magnetic Spa Resort is located in Gaoying Town, Shunyi District, Beijing. It is ringed by the fruit trees in large numbers with picturesque environment and beautiful views. It is the only natural magnetic hot spring resort. The magnetic waters has impressive treatment effects on the diseases including heart disease, arthritis, respiratory disease, rheumatism.

The Hot Springs Resort & Spa also offers many lodging options, a wide range of recreational options and an abundance ofspa and sparkling mineral water pools.

Add: Gaoying Town, Shunyi District, Beijing
Tel: 010-010-69456668
How to get there:
Public Bus: take bus 942 from Dongzhimen Bus Terminal directly to Flowery Bay
Self-drive: Drive along Jingcheng Expressway and get off at Bai Ma Road (白马路), continue to drive on the right and follow the sign to the resort.

Flowery Bay Magnetic Spa Resort

Flowery Bay Magnetic Spa Resort

9. Nan Gong Spring Season Hotel Beijing (南宫温泉度假酒店)
Nan Gong Spring Season Hotel is a 5-star standard hot spring hotel. This tourism and leisure hotel is located in Wangzuo Town, Fengtai District, Beijing.

Nan Gong Hot Spring Water World has an international standard swimming pool, waves making pool, water amusement garden,hot spring massage pool, frifting and water playing slides. In addition, there are available wooden board bathing, gym, sauna and many more.

Add: 39 Fugong Road, Wangzuo Town, Changping Strict, Beijing
Tel: 010-83315566、83393928
How to get there:
Bus lines: Bus line 321 (from Liuli Bridge), 339 and 662; 983 (Zhongguancun)
Self-drive: Drive along Jinggangao Expressway(京港澳), and get off at the exit 19A and continue to go for a 3-km.

Nan Gong Spring Season Hotel Beijing

Nan Gong Spring Season Hotel Beijing

10. Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort 北京龙熙温泉度假村
Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort is a five-star holiday hotel. It is located in Daxing District of Beijing, adjacent to the Beijing-Kaifeng expressway. Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort has a large golf res. It also has move ten large, medium-size and small meeting rooms as well as multi-functional halls.

There are 274 sets of luxurious guest rooms and eight villas with different styles, which are comfortable, elegant and full of the breath of times. And in four dining halls with various styles, you can make a taste of healthy and nutritious Chinese and foreign food, and truly experience the fashionable, healthy, leisure and elegant atmosphere.

The highlight of the resort is the 10000 square meters Hot Spring World. There are totally 41 hot spring pools in outdoor and indoor buildings. Of the 41 pools , there are 16 medicinal pools.

Add: 8 Shunjing Avenue, Panggezhuang, Daxing District, Beijing.
Tel: 86-10-89282222

Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort

Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort

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06611Tip:  Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours
If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours,  here are some options for guided tours to Beijing:

Beijing Highlight Day Tour from US$59 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Mutianyu Great Wall)
Beijing Classic City Tour from US$65 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Temple of Heaven + Summer Palace)
Beijing Excursion Tour from US$59 P/P
(Mutianyu Great Wall + Ming Tomb)
Beijing Hutong Highlight Tour from US$59 P/P
( Hutong + Rickshaw)

Mutianyu Great Wall Half Day Tour from US$55 p/p
Hike from Jiankou to Mutianyu Great Wall Day Tour from US$69 p/p

Mutianyu Great Wall Layover Tour from US$65 p/p
Beijing Highlight Layover Tour from US$75 p/p

Further Readings


Top 10 Attractions in Beijing
How to Visit Forbidden City
How to Visit Temple of Heaven
How to Visit Summer Palace
How to Visit Ming Tombs
How to Visit the Great Wall of China
How to Visit Tiananmen Square
How to Visit Hutongs
How to Visit Olympic Sites

Top 10 Markets in Beijing
Top 10 Shopping Malls in Beijing
Beijing Shopping

Wangfujing Night Snack Street
Qianmen Commercial Street
Beijing Huguosi Street

Any questions, just drop a line.

How to Visit Lama Temple

Saturday, December 22nd, 2018
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Dear Travelers,

We’d like to have the following quick guide to be always updated for the benefit of new visitors coming to Lama Temple.

If you have any questions or anybody having used the piece finds necessary updates, please leave a message or feedback. Thanks!
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Plan your Beijing Tour? If you are interested in Chinese Lamaism or Chinese Buddhism, Beijing Lama Temple is not to be missed.

Beijing Lamasery Temple is called “Yonghegong” (雍和宫) in Chinese which literally means” Harmony and Peace”. “Yonghegong” is a romanization form (pinyin) of the Chinese characters – 雍和宫 (Lama Temple).

Pinyin is quite useful in China, especially on people’s names, shop fronts, street names and place names etc. When Chinese people write their own names in English, they use Pinyin. All the bus stops and subway stops for Lama Temple are named “Yonghegong” in English instead of Lama Temple.

For many foreign travelers coming to Beijing, Yonghegong (Lama Temple) is a very important attraction just after Forbidden City and Temple of Heaven in the city center. Yonghegong Lama Temple was originally built as the residence of Emperor Yongzheng when he was still a prince.

After he came to the throne (Emperor Yongzheng), he changed his old residence into a temporary palace called “Yonghegong” in 1725. In 1744, his successor, Emperor Qianlong turned the palace into a lama temple. This Tietan Buddhist Lama Temple is still popularly called Yonghegong.

Built along a central axis from north to south, the Lama Temple’s compound is mainly composed of six major halls, which make seven courtyards. The six halls include Yonghe Gate Hall, Yonghegong Hall, Yongyou Hall, Falun Hall, Wanfuge Pavilion and Suicheng Hall.

There are also many side buildings built on the both sides of the central axis. Before you visit the six halls and seven courtyards, you will first see the Memorial archway.

How to get there?
Well, taking the subway is highly recommended. You either take subway line 2 or Line 5 and get off at the stop of “Yonghegong”, exit from the Exit C.

From the EXIT C of Yonghegong Subway Station, you turn left and walk along the sidewalk below a long red wall, inside which Lama Temple is located. The 400 meters sidewalk is teemed with front stores selling incense, fortune-tellers and so on.  Then you will get to the entrance to Lama Temple on your left hand.

On your left side, you will see the entrance to the compound of Lama Temple.

The entrance to the compound of Lama Temple

In the middle of the compound is the archway leading to the six halls and seven courtyards to the north of the archway.

In the middle of the compound are the three connected Memorial archways

On the right side of the archway is the ticket office.

On the right side of the archways is the ticket office.

Entrance Fee: CNY 25 per person
Opening Hours: 09:00 – 16:30 ( April – October)
09:00 – 16:00 (November – March)
Note:  You don’t have to book your ticket in advance. Just get there as early as possible,  and line up for buying your ticket on the spot.
By the way, , they have both English-speaking tour guides and English audio-guide for rent. Please contact them while you are going to purchase your entrance ticket at the ticketing booth.

Follow me into Lama Temple (Yonghegong).

Have your ticket collected at the side gate of the archway, you walk north along the imperial carriage pathway where in Qing Dynasty the straight path was used for the carriages of the emperors and their empresses during the Qing Dynasty (1644 – 1911).

You walk north along the imperial way

At the northern end of the imperial carriage pathway is the Zhaotai Gate only used for emperors.

At the northern end of the imperial carriage pathway is the Zhaotai Gate only used for emperors.

Entering Zhaotai Gate, you will be in the second courtyard which has a Drum Tower on the right side and Bell Tower on the right side and more side buildings in the courtyard.

To the north of the courtyard is Yonghe Gate. Built in 1694, originally the main gate to the Lama Temple. Now Yonghe Gate is enshrined with the four heavenly kings and the statue of the big belly Meitraya Buddha.

Now Yonghe Gate is enshrined with the four heavenly kings and the statue of the big belly Meitraya Buddha

North of the Yonghe Gate is Yonghe Hall. Yonghe Hall ( Hall of Harmony and Peace ) is the main palace in the temple.

Inside the hall, there are three bronze Buddhas – Sakyamuni (Present Buddha) in the middle, The Past Buddha on the right and Maitreya ( Future Buddha ) on the left. 18 Arhats are placed on both sides of the Hall.

Yonghe Hall ( Hall of Harmony and Peace ) is the main palace in the temple

North of Yonghe Palace is Yongyou Hall. The Yongyou Hall was originally the living place of Emperor Yongzheng before he was throned. When he died, his coffin was placed here in the hall.

Now inside the hall, a statue of Amitayus (Longevity Buddha), with Bhaisajyaguru ( Medicine Buddha) to the right and Simhanada (Meaning Wisdom) to the left.

North of Yonghe Palace is Yongyou Hall.

North of Yongyou Hall is Falun Hall. The hall was named Falun Hall in 1744 when Yonghegong was transformed into a lamasery. The Hall was originally the living place for the Emperor’s wives. Its architecture features both Chinese and Tibetans styles.

A large statue of Tsong Kha-pa, the founder of Lamaism is positioned on the altar of the Hall with sacrificial offerings. Behind this statue is an Arhat Hill which has 500 Arhats. Falun Hall is the places lamas chant, read scriptures and hold Buddhist ceremonies.

North of Falun Hall is Wanfu Pavilion (The Pavilion of Pavilion of Ten Thousand Happiness). Wanfu Pavilion is the highest building in the temple.

It was built between 1748 and 1750. Now it enshrines the Meitreya Buddha. The statue is 18 meters above ground and 8 meters under ground and carved from a single trunk of white sandal wood. In August 1999, it was in Guinness book of records.

The last hall is called Sui Cheng Building. Originally built in 1744, the hall now enshrines the White Tara, the Green Tara and the founders of Gelugpa sect of Lamaism in different periods.

The last hall is called Sui Cheng Building

Kids are happy to turn around the prayer wheels.

Kids are happy to turn around the prayer wheels

A foreign Buddhist

A foreign Buddhist

Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours
If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours,  here are some options for Beijing guided tours:

Beijing Highlight Day Tour from US$59 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Mutianyu Great Wall)
Beijing Classic City Tour from US$65 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Temple of Heaven + Summer Palace)
Beijing Excursion Tour from US$59 P/P
(Mutianyu Great Wall + Ming Tomb)
Beijing Hutong Highlight Tour from US$59 P/P 
( Hutong + Rickshaw)Mutianyu Great Wall Half Day Tour from US$55 p/p
Hike from Jiankou to Mutianyu Great Wall Day Tour from US$69 p/p

Mutianyu Great Wall Layover Tour from US$65 p/p
Beijing Highlight Layover Tour from US$75 p/p

Any questions, just drop line.

Beijing Baigongfang

Thursday, December 6th, 2018
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“Baigongfang or Bai Gong Fang” literally means “100 Handicraftsmen Workshop”. It was set up by Beijing Municipal and Chongwen District (now merged into Dongcheng District), and opened to the public in 2003 aimed at preserving and developing Chinese traditional handicrafts.

 “Baigong, or Bai Gong” originated from the book named “Kaogongji”, an official record of the State of Qi during the Spring and Autumn Period ( 722-481 BC ) and the Warring States Period (403-221 BC).

“Baigong”literally means “one hundred craftsmen”, a general expression for all the craftmen who made imperial arts and crafts for emperors and noblemen in ancient times. “Fang” means “workshop” in Chinese.

“Baigongfang” (One Hundred Craftsmen Workshop) is such named in order to show that it is the place where masters of numerous handicrafts meet and research for inheriting the ancient arts and crafts.

Baigongfang (100 handicraftsmen Workshop) is composed of 30 studios including Cloisonne Studio, Carved Lacquer Studio, Inside-Bottle Painting Studio, Pearl Studio and Clay Studio etc. It is now a place both for making palace arts and crafts, but also producing common handicrafts popular in ordinary life.

In these handicraftsmen studios, you are able to experience the most famous “Eight Unique Skills of Yanjing (Today’s Beijing)”, the palace handicrafts including Engraved Lacquer, Ivory Carving, Cloisonne, Jade Sculpture, inlaid filigree, inlaid gold lacuqer, palace hand made carpets and palace embroidery. Besides, there are major studios making the ordinary Chinese including paper-cutting, glassware, dough figurine, clay figurine and more.

On the third floor there is a DIY classroom, 120 square meters, 40 double desks and 80 chairs. The classroom is brightly lit,air-conditioned, equipped with a wide range of audio visual equipment including projector Screens.

On the four walls of the classroom are hung up with the photos of the visitors practicing to make handicrafts and the over-100 masters of handicrafts at work, making it an ideal place to be immersed in Chinese traditional handicrafts.

In the classroom, you are taught by the masters how to make paper-cut, learn to write Chinese brush writing, make paper flowers, make clay figurines, paint facial masks, make dough figurines, Chinese knots and more.

Beijing Baigongfang is a living museum of the Chinese traditional handicrafts. On your short Beijing tour, just spare some and come here to see and feel the China traditional culture flowing under this fast developing and restless world.

Opening hours: 9:00 – 17:00 everyday
Add: Yi12, Guangming Road, Dongcheng District, Beijing (北京市东城区光明路乙12号)
( 1km to the east of the east gate of Temple of Heaven)
Tel: 010 67111381, 67112480
Telfax: 010 67140179

Attend a DIY class for learning the ABC of Chinese traditional handicrafts . Make an inlaid snuff

Making an inlaid snuff

Having a on-site lesson on arts and handicrafts

Having a on-site lesson on arts and handicrafts

Further Readings


Top 10 Markets in Beijing
Top 10 Shopping Malls in  Beijing
Beijing Shopping

Tip:  Hassle-free Beijing Guided Tours
If you don’t want to go the do-it-yourself route and prefer the hassle-free escorted tours,  here are some options for guided tours to Beijing:

Beijing by Night Illuminations Tour  from US$33 p/p

Beijing Hutong Highlight One Day Tour  from US$59 p/p

Beijing Highlight Day Tour from US$59 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Mutianyu Great Wall)
Beijing Classic City Tour from US$65 P/P
(Tiananmen + Forbidden City + Temple of Heaven + Summer Palace)
Beijing Excursion Tour from US$59 P/P
(Mutianyu Great Wall + Ming Tomb)
Beijing Hutong Highlight Tour from US$59 P/P
( Hutong + Rickshaw)

Mutianyu Great Wall Half Day Tour from US$55 p/p
Hike from Jiankou to Mutianyu Great Wall Day Tour from US$69 p/p

Mutianyu Great Wall Layover Tour from US$65 p/p
Beijing Highlight Layover Tour from US$75 p/p

 

Any questions, just drop a line.