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Private Customized Beijing Night Tour To Wangfujing Food Street And Pipe Hutong
"Your friendly guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby at 6:30pm then you will take public transportation to Wangfujing Food Street to see and perhaps taste if you are adventurous. The most exotic add unique food in the world such as Fried Scorpions Star Fish Stinky Tofu. You may want to try some since this might be your first and the last chance to taste such exotic food in the world. Walk through the Wangfujing Pedestrian Street. See the most fashionable fancy shopping malls and the biggest book sto such as Hotpot Peking Duck
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Small-Group Tour: Local Beijing Experience With Rickshaw Ride
"Meet your guide and group at the designated point to begin your tour. After going over a quick briefing walk over to Wang Fu Jing Street a street famed for hosting trendy shops. Immerse yourself in the bustling atmosphere as you stroll Wang Fu Jing Snack Street coming across many restaurants and street food stalls along the way. Keep walking north along Wang Fu Jing Street until you reach St. Joseph's Cathedral an impressive architectural structure. Once that portion is done take the subway to Lama Temple Station where you will walk pass the Lama Temple itself. Then
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Small Group Night Walking Tour Including Flag Lowering Ceremony At Tiananmen Square Beijing
"Make your way to the North Entrance of the National Theatre and meet your friendly guide.After admiring the ""eggshell"" by French Architect Paul Andreu set off toward the Tian'anmen Square.The national flag raising ceremony i the lights on  the surrounding buildings start to light up gradually .Hear from your guide about the history of the Square and functions of all the buildingsThen walk over to the Tian'anmen Gatea beloved landmark and one of the city’s most popular photo ops. Continue on to the charming neighborhood of the Wangfujing Street. On the way you will stop at the Ruins of the city Wall to take a look.Wangfujing Street is famous for your guide will share the information about all the sites and a local’s perspective on daily life in Beijing.Next heading to the St. Joseph's Church commonly known as Wangfujing Church is an early 20th-century Romanesque Revival church that is one of the four historic Catholic churches in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Beijing.At night locals gather here to play games
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Wangfujing Street Tips (32)

The missed street

The liveliest street of Beijing is also the most commercial one. This means that, instead of one hour we would need… one week (or several...).In its beginning there are looooooooots of shops.…Well…...
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Mar 19, 2016

Shop 'til you drop!

Wangfujing is a famous shopping district for tourists. A few locals including my local friend admitted that they do not come here for shopping as they see it a very expensive place to be. There are a...
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Jan 24, 2016

Good shopping hangout for both locals and tourists

Wangfujing is one of the most popular shopping street in Beijing, China. Lined with many interesting shops selling everything from fashion, traditional arts, ornaments and delicious local food,...
Apr 17, 2015

Wang Fu Jing Shopping Street

the main touristy shopping area of Beijing with assorted luxury foreign and local brands that you can find and is a major shopping area of Beijing Since the Ming Dynasty Times. This is where the...
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Oct 15, 2014

Wangfujing Street

Wangfujing Street is the famous shopping street for the locals and tourists. Not only they have big department stores (Chinese Styles), but also have a food street that sell Beijing snacks including...
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Aug 01, 2012

Main shopping street

Wangfujing Street is very close to Tiananmen Square and it is closed to traffic in evening hours. You can find shopping malls, shops and restaurants on the street. There is also a snack street and...
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Apr 10, 2010

Wangfujing Street

Wangfujing is now considered the central heart of the city. Certainly from Wangfujing all areas of Beijing are easily accessible. Wangfujing is a fairly long street. A walk from end to end would take...
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Jul 27, 2009

From modern to old shopping street

The main wangfujing street is the modern one with the Oriental plaza, book stores, international brands shops and restaurants. Check out the "snack street" on the north side of Donghuamen Dajie, east...
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Nov 23, 2008

Wang Fu Jing Bookstore

There are several large book stores at Wangfujing and Xitan. These bookstores are large and multi-storey. Great place to get maps and learning Chnese books. And of course for buying postcards....
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Sep 21, 2008

Wang Fu Jing Pedestrian Shopping Mall

In Shanghai, we have Nanjing Lu. In Guangzhou, we have Beijign Lu. In Beijing, we have Wangfujing Lu.Wangfujing, which has a subway of the same name, is the most popular tourist pedestrian mall in...
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Sep 20, 2008

Visit Wangfujing Street

In most travel guides, Wangfujing Street is advertised as “The capital of Beijing’s shopping”I must admit that I found Wangfujing Street to be too modern for my liking and I did not feel as though I...
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Sep 12, 2008

Wang Fu Jing Shooping area

Wang Fu Jing Avenue, or the "walking street", is lined with shops selling everything from women's fashions to eyeglasses and Chinese tea. There are several shopping centres like the Beijing Department...
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Aug 12, 2008
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National Museum of China

We had a day to fill in Beijing and as the weather was very cold and smoggy, not at all good for outdoor sightseeing, the National Museum of China seemed a good choice. It was a bit difficult to find...
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This Hutong is directly south of the Drum Tower. It is a bit crowded and will lead you directly to Huo Hai Lake. There are many shops here and a good way to cut into Huo Hai after leaving the Drum and...
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Beijing Railway Museum - Zhengyangmen

Exploring the environs of Tian'anmen Square on a smoggy and cold December morning, I noticed a Railway Museum across the road, and decided to pay it a visit. It was more extensive than I had expected,...
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TRB - Temple Restaurant Beijing - Courtyard

There is a courtyard to the side and rear of the Temple Restaurant Beijing and is associated with the Temple Hotel. The courtyard has several building as meeting halls and one is currently serving as...
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Working People's Cultural Palace

This unique shaped cypress can be seen in Workers Cultural Palace. There are many old trees in the park but this one has the special deer-shaped look. The Signboard was written as: " This cypress...
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Tiananmen Gate - Gate of Heavenly Peace

In your excitement about being in the world’s largest public square and making your way through Tiananmen (the gate) to enter the Forbidden City, you could be forgiven for missing these white marble...
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