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“Bucket Life” Beijing - Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City and Juyongguan Great Wall

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Discover the politically active and culturally engaging capital of the People's Republic of China


  • Discover the magnificent Tian'anmen Square
  • Explore the Secrets of the Forbidden City
  • Great Wall Juyongguan Section and Wall Climb
  • Silk Gallery
  • Jade Factory


  • Round-trip transfer from selected centrally located hotels (within 4th ring road)
  • Authentic traditional Chinese lunch with one standard drink
  • Main entrance fees
  • English-speaking guide
  • Modern air-conditioned coach
  • Bottled water on board


  • Optional guide & driver gratuities
  • Additional beverages at lunch

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67% of reviewers liked this tour
Nov 14 2017
The meal at the Jade factory was actually quite mediocre.
Nov 13 2017
Prepaid but couldn’t make tour. No refunds.
Reply From The Gray Line Team:

We are sorry that you were unable to take the tour that you had prepaid for. However, we do have a cancellation policy and unfortunately we cannot control travel issues of our customers. We hope you understand.

-The Gray Line Team
Apr 04 2017
Absolutely amazing had a great time.
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Among all the amazing wonders that this great city has to offer, Tian’anmen Square, The Forbidden City and The Great Wall are often the main 3 that come to mind. To begin you will visit Tian’anmen Square, which is at the very center of the modern city of Beijing. Next a journey of discovery in the Forbidden City, the world’s largest single palace complex which was home to the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. After this is a trip to the Silk Gallery. An integral element in Chinese culture. Before the Great Wall, you will enjoy your lunch at the Jade Factory. Finally live out the dream as you walk on the picturesque Juyongguan section of the Wall. Juyongguan means “First Pass Under the Heavens”. This heavily fortified pass was often referred to as the “throat of Beijing”.

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