Beijing Half Day Tour of Beijing Hutong and Chinese Kongfu study

Beijing half day kongfu study trip include Beijing Hutong visit

Tour code: BJ-PF-01Kongfu
Focus: Beijing Hutong, Chinese Kongfu(Tachi) study, Beijing half day tour
Updated: 2019-11-26

Tour Profile

  • Tour type: private tour
  • Departure: daily
  • Duration: about 4 hours
  • Escorted: yes
  • Language: English
  • Level: easy
  • Kids or elders: possible
  • Starting place: hotel in Beijing
  • Finishing place: hotel in Beijing

Itinerary

Photo of Beijing HutongBe picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide and private vehicle at 08:30 am or 1:30 pm.

Drive to visit Beijing Hutong. Hutongs are lanes or alleys formed by lines of Siheyuan (a compound with houses around a courtyard). Most of them were built during the Yuan (1206-1368), Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1908) dynasties surrounding the Forbidden City. Many famous operas and dramas are based on the themes of hutong life. Man-power rickshaw is arranged for you to feel the Hutong of Beijing.

Study Chinese Kongfu (Tachi) about 40 minutes.

Be transferred back to your hotel after the tour.
(no Lunch)



Friendly Note of Beijing Half Day Kongfu Tour:
1. This private half day tour is arranged for you exclusively with private Beijing local vehicle, experienced driver and English speaking tour guide.
2. The sunshine is very strong in Beijing, Sunglass is useful in summer.
3. You will walk a long distance. A pair of soft and comfortable shoes is helpful when you walk in attractions.

Quotation for No-Shopping Tour

  • 1 people: 147
  • 2 people: 85
  • 3 people: 73
  • 4 people: 63
  • 5 people: 57
  • 6 people: 53
  • 7 people: 51
  • 8 people: 49
  • 9 people: 46
  • 10-15people: 43
  • 16-25people: 36
  • 26-37people: 30
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  • Include ↓
  • Air-conditioned private car or van,
  • Admission fee of mentioned attractions,
  • English-speaking tour guide,
  • Fuel, expressway cost and parking cost,
  • Pick-up from and transfer back to your hotel.
  • Exclude ↓
  • Gratuities to guides and drivers,
  • Personal expense.