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Half-Day Private Beijing Hutong Walking Tour with Dim Sum

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Overview:

Beijing’s hutong feel much more atmospheric with a private guide on hand to tell their stories and answer all your questions. Experience big-ticket highlights such as the Bell and Drum Towers, Yandai Xie Street, Back Lakes, and Yinding Bridge alongside lesser-known courtyards on this door-to-door tour. Along the way, try bubble tea, red bean dessert, and “mantou” buns, then dine (or lunch) on the best dim sum in town.

Route

Beijing

Tour Code

BJ1D0N-NYH-358

Meals

Not Included
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Itinerary

Day 1Beijing

Meals: Dim Sum Or Potstickers meal
Attractions: Nanluoguxiang, Yu’er Hutong, Mao’er Hutong, Bell and Drum Towers, Wuyutai Tea Shop (Wangfujing), Yandai Xie Street, Back Lakes (Hou Hai), Yinding Bridge, Shichahai Scenic Resort, Jinding Bridge

Itinerary:

Nanluoguxiang
Meet up your friendly private guide at 10:00am or 2:00pm in your hotel lobby. Then you will be transferred to the Hutong area. Walk through the lively Nanluoguxiang and enjoy interesting Beijing Narrow Hutongs such as Yu’er Hutong,Mao’er Hutong and Baochao Hutong. There are tons of boutique stores, snacks along the way. Your guide will take you to try the milk tea with pearl, the red beans dessert, tasting local delicacy mantou steamed bun or even BBQ Lamb(at your own expenses), then savor an authentic Beijing Style dim sum in town or potstickers.
Yu’er Hutong
An authentic Beijing Hutong for local residence by the Jade River. The east end with beautiful canals, bridges with trendy courtyard. It is also a part of the ancient grand canal connect Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou. It is nicknamed the “Venice of Beijing”
Mao’er Hutong
The Last Emperor’s empress lived here for a while after Royal family were driven out Forbidden City. A charming Hutong with beautiful courtyard and locust trees.
Bell and Drum Towers
Continue your tour to Bell and Drum Towers to see the drum performance. Sometimes Drum Tower might be closed. Then, your tour guide will give you back the entrance fee of Drum Tower. Stroll along the Yandai Xie Street, Back Lakes (Houhai), Shichahai Scenic Resort, Hou Lake, Yinding bridges (money bridge) and Jinding Bridge. Admire the fancy newly renovated courtyards along the Jade River.
Wuyutai Tea Shop (Wangfujing)
Get yourself the very best Jasmine Tea, Chrysanthemum Tea , Green Tea or Oolong tea in Beijing People’s favorable Wuyutai Tea Shop along the way if you are tea drinker.
Yandai Xie Street
Beijing’s oldest commercial street, It is lined in traditional-style stone buildings that house charming souvenir and handicraft shops

Back Lakes (Hou Hai)
This area of Beijing contains some of the most extensive old hutong neighborhood and the three lakes of Xihai, Houhai and Qianhai. The most hippy area for people enjoy the nightlife.
Yinding Bridge
People also call it money bridge as it was designed as Chinese ancient Ingot. The most busy bridge in Hutong area. always with great atmosphere day and night. the transition from day to night vibe is interesting itself.
Shichahai Scenic Resort
Fabulous lake view with lively hutongs, restaurant, bars and cafes.
Jinding Bridge
Jinding Bridge means Golden Ingot Bridge in Mandarin. A good spot to enjoy Back Lakes (Houhai) At the end of the tour, your tour guide will transfer you back to your lovely hotel.

Price Includes

  • Local transportation with private vehicle and skilled driver
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees as listed in the program
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour
  • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day

Price Excludes

  • Gratuities(optional)
  • Meals
  • Accommodation(We could book the hotel for you depend on your budget and preference)
  • Personal consumption
  • Any services not mentioned