Tian'anmen Square and Forbidden City Half Day Walking Tour
Our guide will pick you up from your hotel at 8:00 am. Today's highlight is to visit the Forbidden City, which will take about 4 hours.
The Forbidden City was the Chinese majestic imperial palace from the mid of the Ming Dynasty to the ending of the Qing Dynasty.
Forbidden City is situated in the midst of Beijing city. It is the palace of the Emperor for nearly five, also as the ceremony and policy-making heart of Chinese authorities.
The Forbidden City is rectangular in build. It is 960 metres long and 750 metres wide. It holds 9900 rooms with a amount roof area 150000 square metre.
It was built Under Ming Emperor, construction set out in 1406. It took fourteen yrs to construct the Forbidden City. The red and yellow applied upon the palace surrounds and roofs are as well symbolical.
Red symbolises happiness, good luck and wealthiness. Yellow represents the color from the earth on the Loess Plateau, the primary home base of the Chinese citizen.