Bite-size Break - Beijing Overview

    • 3
    • CBZB
    • Total twin price tool tip
      USD $855
      CAD $870
      AUD $895
      EUR €625
      GBP £540
      NZD $1,070
      ZAR R8,195
      CHF FR775
      *
    • Total single price tool tip
      USD $1,530
      CAD $1,550
      AUD $1,595
      EUR €1,120
      GBP £965
      NZD $1,895
      ZAR R14,655
      CHF FR1,380
      *
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    • Food, Short Breaks
    • Original
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Trip Validity

  • 2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31

Take a cultural and culinary journey through Beijing

On every street corner of Beijing, the captivating aromas of food, like sizzling meats, fresh coriander and fragrant bao dough, escapes bamboo steamers and entices visitors into a world of culinary delights. On this Bite-size Break of Beijing, master traditional recipes during a hutong cooking class, indulge in a plate of Peking duck and discover the best dumplings in town, all the while absorbing the historic scenes of the city. And, of course, no trip to China would be complete without an expedition to the 6,000-kilometre long Great Wall that snakes its way across the country.

  • Be captivated by the pulsating rhythm of Beijing’s streetscape
  • Learn some authentic Chinese recipes during a Hutong cooking class
  • Indulge in a plate of scrumptious Peking duck
  • Take a stroll along the Great Wall of China
  • Relax with a traditional reflexology massage
  • Sample an array of delicious dumplings

What's included in this trip

  • Start:

    Beijing, China
  • Finish:

    Beijing, China
  • Group size:

    Min 1 , Max 12
  • Ages:

    Min 15
  • Meals:

    1 breakfast, 2 lunches, 2 dinners
  • Accommodation:

    Hotel (2 nts)
  • Transport:

    Metro, Private Bus
  • Included activities:

    Beijing - Hutong cooking class, Beijing - Reflexology foot massage, Great Wall - Mutianyu section

  • Carbon emissions offset:

    317kg pp per trip
  • Total price from

    USD $855
    CAD $870
    AUD $895
    EUR €625
    GBP £540
    NZD $1,070
    ZAR R8,195
    CHF FR775
    *
    Price information
  • OR
  • Total price from

    USD $1,530
    CAD $1,550
    AUD $1,595
    EUR €1,120
    GBP £965
    NZD $1,895
    ZAR R14,655
    CHF FR1,380
    *
    Price information
  • Per day from:

    USD $510
    CAD $516
    AUD $531
    EUR €373
    GBP £321
    NZD $631
    ZAR R4,885
    CHF FR460
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Bite-size Break - Beijing Summary

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Day 1 Beijing

Rise early and join the locals on the street for a traditional breakfast, which could mean anything from rice porridge to salty, tea-soaked eggs or fermented tofu. Though don’t fill up too much; come afternoon you’ll be whipping up your own hutong delicacies in a cooking class.

Day 2 Beijing/Great Wall

You simply cannot visit Beijing without making a day trip to the Great Wall of China. Fuel up on a few dumplings in the city, then journey towards this two-thousand-year-old world wonder for a stroll along this ancient wall. Spend an afternoon walking up steep inclines towards the impressive watchtowers of this winding, brick serpent. In the evening, head back to the city for a little R&R. Allow your souls to be soothed during a reflexology foot massage and then indulge in a quintessential Beijing feast of succulent Peking duck.

Day 3 Beijing

With a new-found knowledge of Beijing’s food scene, this culinary exploration comes to an end. But fear not: with a little extra time, why not explore the city at your own pace to see the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and Summer Palace.
    • 3
    • CBZB
    • Total twin price tool tip
      USD $855
      CAD $870
      AUD $895
      EUR €625
      GBP £540
      NZD $1,070
      ZAR R8,195
      CHF FR775
      *
    • Total single price tool tip
      USD $1,530
      CAD $1,550
      AUD $1,595
      EUR €1,120
      GBP £965
      NZD $1,895
      ZAR R14,655
      CHF FR1,380
      *
    •  
       
       
       
       
    •  
       
       
       
       
    • Food, Short Breaks
    • Original
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