24 Hours Hotline: +86 137-3541-1378


Your Location: Home > Beijing Private Tours > In-Depth Beijing Day Trips & Vacation Packages > Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour

Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour

From $239 per person
Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour
  • Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour
  • Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour
  • Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour
  • Three Days Beijing Life Experience: Royal Life, Park Life with Shopping Tour

Tour Style:
By this 3 days tour will take you to see the imperial sites such as the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven; Get a taste of local culture-past and present at Beijing hutong; get off to a swinging start with bargains at Panjiayuan Antique Market, Maliandao Tea Market & silk street; Spend a leisure time at Tuanjiehu Lake Park with locals. Travel in depth in Beijing with your personal guide to experience the lifestyle of Beijing city.

Duration: 3 Days, 2 Nights

Mao's Memorial Hall, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Panjiayuan Antiques Market, Tuanjiehu Park, Temple of Heaven, Beijing Hutongs

Pick-up point:
Beijing downtown hotel or Beijing train station

Finishing point:
Beijing downtown hotel or Beijing train station

Tour Customizable:

Payment Types:
Cash,Wire,Paypal,WesternUnion,Wechat,Alipay, Bank transfer

Available: Daily

Payment Guide | Terms & Conditions

Day 1. Cultural Beijing

  • Place&Transport: Beijing
  • Today's Activities: Mao's mausoleum, Forbidden City, Panjiayuan Antique Market, Ghost Street, Summer Palace
  • Accommodation: 4 or 5 star hotel can be arranged
  • Meal: L

Pick up service is arranged at Beijing downtown hotel or Beijing train station, you will find a welcome sign "Beijing Private Tour". Starts your tour as below:

Beijing Private Tour pickup sign.jpg

The first stop for the tour is Mao's Mausoluem. You will go to witness the baffling contradictions of this country: to know that you are in an authoritarian state, to understand that though the man is dead, his influence lives on. You go to stand in line with the pilgrims: working men with their bodies gnarled from their earnest labour in the sun; young, urbane women shielding their more delicate dispositions with parasols; children tugging impatiently at their mother’s skirts, nagging them to buy white flowers (10RMB) to place on the casket.

Chairman Mao Memorial Hall_02.jpg

Next you will go for visiting the Forbidden City. The Forbidden City is a palace complex in central Beijing, China. The former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty (the years 1420 to 1912), it now houses the Palace Museum. The Forbidden City served as the home of emperors and their households as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years.

Forbidden City.jpg

This tour will take you to experience the Royal Life, your lunch is arranged at a local restaurant which is famous for the Imperial cuisine. Imperial Court Cuisine is a style of food with origins in the Imperial Palace. Based on foods served to the Emperor and his court, Imperial Court Cuisine is well-known by the original features of the raw material and carefully selected ingredients. Additionally, the dishes are decorated by different colorful vegetables and fruits carved into various shapes. Each dish has a propitious name, such as Yu Feng Huan Chao (jade phoenix returning to the royal). This imperial cuisine was not available 150 years ago. While expensive, it is worth trying.

After lunch, continue your tour to Panjiayuan Antiques Market. This outdoor flea market is a real Aladdin’s cave of antiques, art and beautiful ethnic jewelry and crafts from China’s many minority groups – mostly hailing from the country’s western provinces. This is one of the more ‘authentic’ market experiences you’ll get in Beijing.

Panjiayuan Antiques Market.jpg

Then, drive you about 20 minutes to Gui Jie (Ghost Street). Gui Jie only awakes about an hour before sunset, when it becomes one of Beijing’s most photogenic streets. Around then, the thousands of red lanterns lining the street light up, the sidewalks swell with crowds and wafts of spice fill the air. The road is actually called Dongzhimen Nei but is known locally as Gui Jie or ‘Ghost Street’.

The last stop for the tour is Summer Palace. It is a vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces in Beijing, China. It serves as a popular tourist destination and recreational park. Mainly dominated by Longevity Hill and Kunming Lake, it covers an expanse of 2.9 square kilometres (1.1 sq mi), three-quarters of which is water.  After 1949, the Summer Palace briefly housed the Central Party School of the Communist Party of China. Many of Mao Zedong's friends and key figures in the Communist Party, such as Liu Yazi and Jiang Qing, also lived there. Since 1953, many major restoration and renovation works have been done on the Summer Palace, which is now open to the public as a tourist attraction and park.

summer palace_07.jpg

After the tour, you will be taken back to your hotel.

Day 2. Beijing Park Life

  • Place&Transport: Beijing
  • Today's Activities: Tuanjiehu Park, Olympic Park, Temple of Heaven, Peking Opera
  • Accommodation: 4 or 5 star hotel can be arranged
  • Meal: B/L/D

In the morning, our guide and driver will pick you up from your hotel at pointed time. The first stop for today is Tuanjiehu Park. Tuanjiehu Park (also known as Tuanjie Lake Park) is an urban park of Beijing, China. It is a public city park in Beijing with scenic views and classic landscapes of gardens and water towns in Jiang Nan area. The park is located in the Chaoyang District of Beijing, close to the eastern segment of the 3rd Ring Road.

tuanjiehu Park_03.jpg

Next stop is Olympic Park. constructed for the 2008 Summer Olympics. Visit the National Stadium ( bird's nest). Its located at the Olympic Green, the stadium cost US$428 million. The design was awarded to a submission from the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron in April 2003 after a bidding process that included 13 final submissions.  Continue your tour to visit the "Water Cube" ( National Aquatics Center),is one of the best venues of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, built with donations from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan compatriot and overseas Chinese. It was chosen through public appraisals as one of “China ten big new architecture views” by The U.S. magazine "Business Weekly".

olympic Park_01.jpg

Your next destination is one of imperial sites-Temple of Heaven. The temple was constructed in 1420 during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and was enlarged during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). It is the grandest cult architecture complex in the world and a masterpiece of the Chinese people created in ancient times. It covers 2,700,000 square meters (667 acres). Emperors of the two dynasties used to worship the heaven and pray for rich harvests, as the feudal emperors thought they were the son of the heaven.

temple of heaven_04.jpg

After temple of heaven, you will go to Beijing Hutongs. People say that the real culture of Beijing is the culture of the Hutong and Courtyards. How true that is. They attract more tourists from home and abroad than the high-rise buildings and large mansions. Hutong is a Mongolian word meaning water well. At nine meters (about 30 feet) wide, it is the name given to a lane or small street that originated during the Yuan Dynasty (1271–1368). Now they have become representatives of local culture, thus it is the first choice for people who would like to learn about the local history and culture.

beijing hutong culture_01.jpg

Today, you will have a special dinner to try the authentic Peking Roast Duck. Have dinner at the local famous Peking Roast Duck restaurant, taste the most famous duck in Beijing and try some local cuisine in Beijing.Roast duck — or Peking Duck, as it's often known — has been served in Beijing for around 600 years, according to Liu. First served by palace chefs during the Ming dynasty, it has royal pedigree.

One of highlights of this tour is a Night at the Peking Opera. Peking opera is an acquired taste, but a night spent appreciating this centuries old art form is a quintessential part of any Beijing experience. Of the myriad local varieties and sub-varieties, Kunqu and Jingju are perhaps the most popular. You will enjoy the opera at Li Yuan Theatre.

peking opera_01.jpg

After Peking Opera, you will be taken back to your hotel.

Day 3. Shopping and Partying

  • Place&Transport: Beijing
  • Today's Activities: Maliandao Tea Market, Silk Street Market, Sanlitun Shopping Area,
  • Accommodation: N/A
  • Meal: B/L

Our guide will pick you up at your hotel around 9am. Start your very special day tour in Beijing for shopping and partying. The first place is Maliandao Tea Market. Couched amongst hundreds of small tea shops is Maliandao Tea Market (also known as Maliandao Tea City), the largest such market in northern China. Those expecting a traditional scene – sage men with wispy beards selling hand-picked tea leaves in bamboo baskets along a bucolic street – are in for a disappointment. In reality, the market is a sprawling, modern indoor behemoth with myriad traders neatly compartmentalised over three whopping great floors.

Next, you will go to Silk Street Market. Silk Street Market is something of a misnomer. Not only is it a huge indoor complex, rather than a street, it’s alarmingly easy to navigate its six floors and miss its biggest pull – the fine quality silk garments, which are mostly on the third floor. Much of the rest of the market is taken up with counterfeit clothes, traditional objet d’art; and much else besides.

After lunch, continue your shopping tour to Sanlitun Shopping Area. After all the bargain hunting and haggling down at the Silk Market, you might be relieved to see fixed price tags, unquestionably genuine goods and the comforting embrace of your favourite brands again. When it comes to big-names and luxury goods, few shopping malls in the city are as popular, or offer the range and quality that Sanlitun's Taikoo Li boasts.

After the tour, drive you back to Beijing downtown hotel or drop off at Beijing train station.

From $239 per person
Free Inquiry

Price Per Person in US Dollars

Price Includes

1. All transfer and city transportation
2. Air-conditioned car or van
3. Hotels specified in the itinerary, all based
    on two persons sharingone standard room;
4. Meals specified in the itinerary: Western
    breakfast in hotels Chinese lunch and
    dinner in local restaurants
5. Sightseeing: All arrangements mentioned
    in the itinerary will be covered All first
    admission/entrance fees in the itinerary
6. Tour guide: Conducted by a professional
    tour guide

Price Excludes

1. International air-tickets
2. Airport departure tax.
3. International or domestic air tickets which
    are not listed in the itinerary.
4. Insurance coverage of personal loss, illness
    or damages incurred during your trip
5. Tips to the tour guide and driver
6. Meals not specified in the itinerary.
7. Personal expenses: phone bills, laundry,
    optional tours, postage, excess baggage
    charge, entertainment fees out of the
8. Single Room Supplement.

Questions & Answers or Review
* Full Name
* E-mail
* Title of your review
* Your review

The following Beijing Private Tours may also interest you!

Duration:7 - 8 hours

Attractions(Cities):Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace

Tour Style:Immerse yourself in the Historic city of Beijing during a full-day tour of the city’s most significant historical sites: Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Tian’anmen Square and the Summer Palace. The four sightseeing spots provide great insight into the palace life and the imperial court ceremonials of more than 600 years ago. Convenient round-trip transportation from your Beijing hotel/Airport/Train station is included. It is an ideal trip during your stort stay in Beijing!

View Details
From $79 p/p

Duration:2 Days, 1 Night

Attractions(Cities):Temple of Heaven, Forbidden City, Tian'anmen Square, Mutianyu Great Wall, Summer Palace, Nanluoguxiang Hutong, Optional activities: Legend of Kung Fu Show; Peking duck Dinner

Tour Style:Join an expert guide for a private tour of Beijing’s most fascinating destinations and UNESCO Sites, from the Forbidden City to the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China. Take the stress out of planning transport by having hotel/Airport/Train station pickup and drop-off included. Flexible tour with a choice to enjoy an evening show or eat an authentic Chinese delicacy – Peking duck to enhance the tour experience.

View Details
From $195 p/p

Duration:3 Day 2 Night

Attractions(Cities):Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Haven, Jingshan park(Panorama of Forbidden City + sunset), Summer Palace, Kunming Lake Boat Ride, Nanluoguxiang Hutong, Mutianyu Great Wall,Bird's Nest, Water Cube

Tour Style:Discover the wonders of Beijing on our 3-Day Classic Beijing Highlights Tour, curated for first-time visitors. Language barriers vanish with expert guides, while private car transfers ensure a seamless exploration of the city's iconic sites.

View Details
From $278 p/p

Duration:6-8 hours

Attractions(Cities):Morning market, Beihai park, Nanluoguxiang Hutong, Jingshan park

Tour Style:Embark on an exclusive journey through Beijing's renowned attractions with our private tour, designed to provide an intimate exploration of the city's highlights. Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Nanluoguxiang Hutongs, where you can leisurely stroll or opt for a charming rickshaw ride (optional). Discover the warmth of local families, savor an authentic Beijing lunch, and engage in the rich tapestry of Beijing's folk arts.Convenient round-trip transportation from your Beijing hotel/Airport/Train station is included.

View Details
From $80 p/p

Duration:5 Days, 4 Night

Attractions(Cities):Mutianyu Great Wall, Bird's Nest, Water Cube,Qianmen Street, Morning market, Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, Jingshan park (overlooking the Forbidden City & sunset), Temple of Heaven, Nanluoguxiang Huton, Facial Makeup Painting, 798 Art Zone

Tour Style:The overall style of the itinerary embodies an immersive journey through Beijing's imperial history and rich cultural tapestry. Each day offers a blend of iconic sightseeing experiences, such as exploring historic landmarks like the Great Wall and the Forbidden City, with opportunities for cultural immersion, including traditional activities like kite flying, Tai Chi, and hutong exploration. The itinerary strikes a balance between historical exploration and authentic cultural encounters, providing travelers with a comprehensive and enriching experience of Beijing's vibrant heritage.

View Details
From $186 p/p

Live Chat

Share to
Your Idea of Your Trip
(>11 years old)
(2 - 11 years old)
(< 2 years old)
Date of trip
Hotel Class
Any specific requests/interests?
Contact Information

(Your Privacy is Protected)

Full Name: *
E-mail: *
Your Age: *
Nationality: *
Online Chat ID: *
Leave your online Chat ID here. We will get in touch with you within 10 minutes.
>11 years old
2 - 11 years old
< 2 years old
Date of trip
Hotel Class:
Your Privacy is Protected.
* Full Name:
* E-mail:
* Your Age:
* Nationality:
* Online Chat ID:

Leave your online Chat ID here. We will get in touch with you within 10 minutes.

Submit Cancel


1 to 1 tailor-made service from our professional travel advisors for the most sophisticated


Constantly excellent reviews for attraction, hotel and service Competitive price

Value Guarantee

Local experts provide quality tours Best selected knowledgeable local guides Authentic local restaurants

Stress-free Guaranteed

7*24 hours available to create you a worry-free tour. No Hidden Fees and absolutely no pressure to buy. Secured

Who choose us

Copyright © 2017 Chinabeijingprivatetour.com All rights reserved.  浙ICP备18056007号-2

To Top