Beijing Winter Package 2013


Hai kawan-kawan... ada tak sape-sape yang berminat nak pegi Beijing time Winter? Ni ada kawan saya yang weols pegi Beijing Winter tahun lepas ada buat promotion untuk Beijing Trip. Murah juga la sebab naik MAS wokey. Weols dulu naik AirAsia je.

6D4N Beijing Winter, tarikh penerbangan 23 – 28 Dec 2013, package termasuk seperti berikut:-

· Tiket Penerbangan (Malaysia Airlines)
· Penginapan Hotel 4*
· Makan (B/L/D)
· Pengankutan
· Visa (single entries)
· Tipping
· Travel Insurance

Harga : RM2500 p/pax
Tempat terhad!

Itinerary :

23 Dec Day 1 Kuala Lumpur - Beijing (meal on board) 
Assemble at LCCT 4:00 pm to check-in. Expect departure to Beijing is at 6:40pm for about 6 hours flight journey.

24 Dec Day 2 Beijing (B/L/D)
Arrive in Beijing in the at 00:20. Check into hotel. Rest until Iunch. Visit the Summer Palace in the morning. Being the largest imperial garden in China, the Summer Palace was first built in the Qing emperor Qianlong’s time in 1751 and burned down in1860 by the French and British army and restored by the Dowager empress Cixi for her own enjoyment. It became a favorite haunt of Cixi, who preferred it to the Forbidden City, and named it Yihe Yuan meaning the garden of health and harmony. Visit one of the most famous mosques in this city, the Ming dynasty-built Nan Dou Ya Mosque that has a unique Chinese style with hundreds years of history. Dzohor and Asar prayers will be held here. Shopping at the Fresh Water Pearl Showroom. Dinner. Acrobatic Show at night.

25 Dec Day 3 Beijing (B/L/D) 
Today is the highlight of our China tour, the climbing of the Great Wall of China, which was first built in the Warring States period (475-221BC) as a series of earthworks erected by individual kingdoms as a defense against each other as well as from invasions from the north. The present day wall was left from the Ming dynasty. Lunch at a local Muslim restaurant near the Great Wall. Shopping at the Jade and Crystal Shop. Visit to Burning Cream Centre. We will ski at the Snow World in the afternoon. Please note that our price includes entrance fee for skiing. There is an additional charge for skiing and renting skiing equipments which is on your own. Go back to downtown for dinner.

26 Dec Day 4 Beijing (B/L/D)
Today’s program starts with the visit to the Tian An Men Square which is the largest city square in the world, bordered by the Great Hall of the People and Chairman Mao’s Mausoleum, then tour the Forbidden City, the complex of imperial palace, which was home to the Emperors for over 500 years. Grand halls and courts gradually give way to more intimate domestic quarters, giving an insight into the pampered isolation of the emperors. After lunch we will Visit to Niujie Mosque -- the oldest Mosque with over one thousand year’s history. Dzohor and Asar prayers will be arranged here. Then we will do some shopping at the most famous Silk Store, which has many kinds of silk materials with the best quality. Enjoy a professional Foot Massage at the Chinese Traditional Medicine Center. , followed by a fabulous tea ceremony at the Tea House. Dinner at the most famous Xin Jiang Muslim Restaurant. After dinner, shopping at the Wang Fu Jing Shopping Street and visit to the Night Food Market which has many halal snacks

27 Dec Day 5 Beijing (B/L/D)
The morning time will be started by a photo Stop at the Olympic Stadiums – The Bird’s Nest and The Water Cube from the outside. We will then do some shopping at nearby Olympic Sponsor Jewelry City & Kitchen Appliance Store. Bazaar Shopping at the famous Yang Guang JInjie Market & Xiushui Market. Before going back to hotel, we will stop by at Hard Rock Cafe Souvenir Shop – the best place to purchase souvenirs. The rest of the time will be spent at Yaxiu Market, the perfect place to practice your negotiation skills.

28 Dec Day 6 Beijing – Kuala Lumpur (B)
Breakfast at hotel. Transfer to airport for departure to Kuala Lumpur.

sape-sape yang berminat, boleh emel kat saya untuk maklumat lanjut. :)

till then, tatababai

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