Badaling Great Wall
Badaling Great Wall in Snowy Winter
Cable Car of Badaling Great Wall
Beacon Tower of Badaling Great Wall
Bird's Eye View of Changling
Lingen Gate of Changling Tomb
Duration: Start from 7:00~8:00 am, finish around 5:00~6:00 pm. Tour Type: Private Tour or Small Group (6-10 persons) Coach Tour Departure: Everyday. Similar Tour: 1 Day Mutianyu Great Wall Private No-shopping Tour
Pick up from your hotel, and then drive to Badaling Great Wall (60 miles away from downtown, about 1.5 hours driving). Tour guide explain the sightseeings along the tour. Hike on the most famous part of the Great Wall, Badaling section (for about 2-3 hours), which is the longest defensive wall in the world.
Visit scenic spots: Badaling Great Wall, Badaling fortress, beacon-towers, "looking-toward beijing stone", etc. Optional Cable Car you can choose hike the wall or take a cable car to the top of the wall, to take the whole beautiful bird view.
Driving to restaurant nearby the Ming Tomb and having typical Chinese lunch (1.5 hours).
After lunch, driving (20 minutes) to the Ming Tomb(Changling), the best preserved Chinese imperial tombs with 500 years history, visiting Changling, the largest one, Emperor Yongle's Tomb, for about 1.5 hours.
Visit scenic spots: 1.ling en gate, 2.ling en palace, 3.soul tower, 4.the great red gate, 5.the stele pavilion, etc.
Transfer you back to your hotel after the tour. Optional Evening Show Peking Opera Show, Acrobatic Show or Kongfu Show.
☆ Badaling Great Wall is one of the most magnificent sections of the Great Wall. Since the Great Wall has become a national icon of China, whoever come to China would visit it. It is one of the greatest man-made wonders over the world. It was built as an ancient military defense project which was actually worked in the history.
☆ Changling Tomb is the tomb of Emperor Zhudi, known as Yongle (1360-1420), and his empress Xushi. Yongle was the third emperor of the Ming Dynasty. Construction of his tomb began in 1409 and was completed in 1427. Changling Tomb, built the earliest among the 13 Ming Mausoleums, is the largest and most magnificent one.
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