Beijing Tour
OPTION A
Option A   Summer Palace + Acrobatic show + Beijing Roast Duck
Time: 13:30-22:00
Price based on 10 people (minimum): 390RMB/person
Departure Date: October 22nd 2019
Gathering time: 13:30
Gathering place: Hotel Lobby
Itinerary:
13:30  Departure from hotel to the Summer Palace
14:00  Visit the Summer Palace
16:30  Drive back to Chaoyang theatre
17:30  Acrobatic Show
18:30  End of the show and drive to the restaurant
19:30  Beijing roast duck dinner
21:00  Drive back to hotel
22:00  Arrival at hotel
Notes:
The Local Tour includes air-conditioning coach, English-speaking tour guide, main entrance admission fees and Chinese diner.

Brief Introductions of Attractions in this program
In 1998, UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage List and declared this former imperial garden as " An outstanding expression of the creative art of Chinese landscape garden design, incorporating the works of humankind and nature in a harmonious whole." Covering more than 290 hectares with two third of the total area occupied by water, Summer Palace can be divided into political zone and scenery zone.

The Quanjude Restaurant is the largest roast duck restaurant in Beijing. The history of the roast duck can be traced back to as early as the Yuan Dynasty (1206-1368), specialized chefs have developed the idea that the skin of the duck should be so soft and crisp that it melts in the mouth. In applying the traditional method of preparation, the chefs at Quanjude pay particular attention to the quality of the duck, the auxiliary ingredients and the choice of the type of wood burned in the oven. Special farms supply plump Beijing ducks weighing an average of 2.5 kilograms each.
This is one entertainment that must not be missed by the young and old on a visit to Beijing. China has many world class acrobatic troupes because practically every province and major city will have its own acrobatic troupe, and children are selected to be trained as performers from a young age. In Beijing and Shanghai one can see breath-holding acrobatics, some of which can be so demanding in the timing and balancing skill as to verge on the impossible.

China Horizon Travel
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