New Zealand Beijing tour, Beijing tour packages from Auckland and Wellington New Zealand


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Are you collecting online travel information on cheap flights and tour package to Beijing from New Zealand? As local travel consultants in Beijing, we are much delighted  to help you arrange your Wellington New Zealand Beijing travel from looking for your New Zealand Beijing round trip international air-tickets, Beijing airport transfer service, Beijing hotel deals, Beijing vacation packages, to providing you Beijing travel tips and more.
Nowadays, with the coming of internet age,  individual travelers have easy access to the huge amount of travel information on any sites or countries they are going to visit.
New Zealand Beijing travel is easily scheduled if you are well prepared to have some useful travel information. Immersed in the great amount of basic information, people are more interested in seliciting more useful and profession travel advice, which helps them to make the correct choices in terms of how to book the flights, hotels; how to get around in Beijing; how to choose the must see attractions and how to arrange their daily schedule in Beijing.
Below are some of our suggested travel advice and tips about how to arrange your travel from Auckland New Zealand to Beijing:

Step 1: Book your international flights from Auckland and New Zealand to Beijing
If you are going to visit Beijing from Wellington New Zealand to Beijing, the first and most important is to book your New Zealand Beijing air-tickets. The round trip air-tickets make the most part of your travel expenses. To have cheap air-tickets is a key factor to reduce your tour cost. So find a correct ticket booking agent is very important.

 You may still use your own travel agency in New Zealand or the online air-ticket booking agents such as,,,,,,,, and  

 If possible, directly contact the airlines to get the first hand air-tickets for better prices.

Your plane will leave from the airports in New Zealand  and arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) in Beijing, and vice versa for the return flight.
Step 2: Pre-book your hotel in Beijing
After your New Zealand Beijing international flights are reserved, your next important job is to pre-book your hotel in Beijing. As your know, there are over 800 hotels ranging from 1 to 5 star hotels in Beijing. That means you have a challenging job to find an ideal hotel. You can still ask your travel agent in New Zealand to do it for you. Or you may look for the hotels with the help of the online hotel booking travel wesbsites such as – – – 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
 Step 3: Visit the top attractions in Beijing
Now both your air-tickets and hotels are reserved, it is time for you to know the top things to see and do in Beijing for your time limted stay in Beijing. It takes much longer time to enjoy all Beijing City has to offer. With limited time in Beijing, you can still make most of your trip by visiting the top 10 attractions in Beijing  or doing the top 10 things.  See
Top 10 Attractions in Beijing.
 Step 5: Arrange Your Daily Travel Plan in Beijing
Please notice below our recommended Beijing travel plan 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
Step 6: Get around in Beijing
Though there exists heavy traffic gridlock in Beijing, generally speaking,  getting around in Beijing is still easy using such transporttation tools as subway, buses, taxi and bikes. In the past 30 years, Beijing transportation has been improved greatly with widened roads, lengthened subway lines, more clean buses, more environmentally friendly taxis etc. But like any other metropolitan cities worldwide, you will encounter a traffic snag in a peak hour. So try to avoid peak hours and well plan your airport transfer to keep from possible delay.
Step 7: Beijing Travel Tips
Traveling is also a way of life. Beijing, of course, is very mcuh different from your hometown. Having some empathy or putting yourself in “Beijing’s shoes” is highly advised. So it is necessary to have some useful travel tips about Beijing before leaving for  Beijing.

Step: 8: Purchase a Beijing Travel package?
Whether you are independent  or your are still a frequent travel agency users (there are pros and cons to this approach), when come to traveling Beijing, it is a good way to combine independent travel with private or group sightseeing tours to make the most out of your Beijing visit since Beijing has too much to offer.
To buy a Beijing vacation package from a local travel agency in Beijing, you’ll get more fresh knowledge of Beijing from a local Chinese speaking or English-speaking tour guide. We organize Beijing tour from the moment you arrive in Beijing  to when we transfer you back there at the end of a perfect vacation. Or you may select any of the travel service from us including transport, day tours, accommodation, meal arrangements, night shows, and tour guides.
Step: 09 Beijing Travel Advice
Step 4: How to get from Beijing Capital International Airport to your hotel in Beijing
Now you are planning your airport transfer from Beijing airport to your hotel in Beijing.
First, you should have some basic information on Beijing Capital Airport. At the time of writing, there are three terminals at Beijing capital airport – T3, T2 and T1. Most of the international flights arrive at T3 and T2. T2 and T1 are linked by a corridor. T3 is a little far from both T2 and T1. There is a Free Inter-Terminal Shuttle Buses linking T3, T2 and T1. At present T3 is the largest single terminal in the world. Please know in advance at which terminal you are arriving or departing to avoid a wrong terminal. Detailed information about the terminals at Beijing Capital Airport. You can select one of the following 4 ways of city transportation to go from Beijing capital airport to your downtown hotel Beijing.
Beijing Car Rental
Beijing Airport Shuttle Bus Service
Beijing Airport Taxi Service
Beijing Airport Express Train
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