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The Great Wall & Ming Tombs Private Day Trip with Peking Duck Dinner & Acrobatic Show at Night

The Great Wall & Ming Tombs Private Day Trip with Peking Duck Dinner & Acrobatic Show at Night

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The Great Wall & Ming Tombs Private Day Trip with Peking Duck Dinner & Acrobatic Show at Night
• Item Code: ZBJ120
• Trip Duration: Approximately 12 hours
• Visiting: Great Wall of China, Jade Museum, Ming Tombs (Dingling Tomb), Acrobatic Show
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Key Details
• Tour Duration: Approximately 12 hours
• Live Guide: English & Chinese
• Pick-up Service: Your hotel between 07:00 and 09:00
• Pick-up & Drop off Place: Your hotel in Beijing

Brief Itinerary
• Pick up at your hotel in Beijng
• Visit Great Wall of China at Badaling or Juyongguan
• Visit Jade Museum
• Lunch at local restaurant
• Visit Ming Tombs (Dingling Tomb)
• Peking Roast Duck Dinner
• Acrobatic Show at Chaoyang Theater
• Transfer to your hotel in Beijing

What's Included
• Hotel pick-up and drop-off service
• Transportation in an air-conditioned coach
• Services of an English-speaking guide
• Entrance tickets to mentioned attractions
• Lunch at local restaurant
• Peking Roast Duck Dinner
• All government taxes 

What's Not Included
• Optional activity costs
• Gratuities to guide & driver
• Any other personal expenses

Great Wall of China
The Great Wall was continuously built from the 3rd century BC to the 17th century AD on the northern border of China as the great military defence project of successive Chinese Empires, with a total length of more than 20,000 kilometers. The Great Wall begins in the east at Shanhaiguan in Hebei province and ends at Jiayuguan in Gansu province to the west. Its main body consists of walls, horse tracks, watch towers, and shelters on the wall, and includes fortresses and passes along the Wall. The Great Wall reflects collision and exchanges between agricultural civilizations and nomadic civilizations in ancient China. It provides significant physical evidence of the far-sighted political strategic thinking and mighty military and national defence forces of central empires in ancient China, and is an outstanding example of the superb military architecture, technology and art of ancient China. The Great Wall embodies unparalleled significance as the national symbol for safeguarding the security of the country and its people.

Ming Tombs
Ming Tombs are a collection of mausoleums built by the emperors of the Ming dynasty between 1420 and 1644 in Beijing. The site, on the southern slope of Tianshou Mountain, was chosen based on the principles of geomancy (Fengshui) by the third Ming emperor, the Yongle Emperor. After the construction of the Forbidden City in 1420, the Yongle Emperor selected his burial site and created his own mausoleum (Changling Tomb). The subsequent 12 Ming Dynasty emperors placed their tombs in the same valley. Ming Tombs are laid out according to Chinese hierarchical rules and incorporate sacred ways lined with stone monuments and sculptures designed to accommodate ongoing royal ceremonies as well as the passage of the spirits of the dead. They illustrate the great importance attached by the Ming rulers to the building of imposing mausolea, reflecting not only the general belief in an afterlife but also an affirmation of authority.

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