One day small group tour to Hutong Rickshaw,Lama Temple, see cute panda in the Beijing Zoo
Beijing Hutongs are maybe some of the most emblematic spots symbolizing Beijing city in the eyes of tourists coming to China worldwide. As an important part of the culture, history and way of life of Beijingers, Hutongs are cherished and tempted to be preserved for their rich historical and cultural past.Beijing Hutongs embody the old part of Beijing and it is the most typical area of the city. It is a pleasure to rent a rickshaw and make some stops to discover some famous courtyard.
Then move on to Yonghegong (The Lama Temple) . It was a palatial residence built in 1694 by Qing Emperor Kangxi for his fourth son, Prince Yongzheng who later succeeded to the throne. This magnificent temple consists of five main buildings lying on the north-south axis, with annex halls standing on both sides. The temple is listed by the Chinese Government as one of the important historical monuments under special preservation. After the death of his father, Emperor Yongzheng moved to the Forbidden City. The compound was closed to ordinary people and was renamed yonghegong (the Palace of Harmony). Green roof tiles were replaced by yellow ones to suit a monarch’s home. In 1744 his successor Emperor Qianlong converted the palace into a lamasery.
After lunch, continue to visit the Beijing Zoo. It contains a diverse collection of animals, a number of exhibition halls and some sites of historical interest. Some of the most popular attractions preferred by visitors are the wild and rare animals of China itself, such as the giant pandas, golden monkeys, milu deer and northeast tigers.
Finally drive back to downtown and Olympic Park Outdoor Scenes visit. When tour is over, you will be transferred back to your hotel by tour guide and driver, free on your own at the rest of the day. if your have any qustion please feel free let me know.