Visit Beijing and The Great Wall
Beijing has played out the drama of the middle kingdom's imperial history for millennia.
The ‘northern capital' has a stunning wealth of treasures in its many impressive temples, palaces and labyrinthine, old alleyways (hutongs), yet is today emerging as a modern metropolis.
To the north the snaking sentinel that is the Great Wall still guards the region's borders.
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Top itineraries in Beijing and The Great Wall
Ask most first time visitors to China where they want to go, and they will probably list: Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, Guilin and Shanghai.
From the Great Wall and the Terracotta Army to Shanghai’s skyscraping wonders and the Yangtze River’s rural splendour, this is your chance to see all of China’s highlights. You’ll travel in style, with a luxury river cruise, flight hops and private touring, transfers and gourmet dining included.
Guangxi is the very soul of rural China. It’s a romantic region that’s been the subject of many paintings, which capture a landscape of soaring limestone karsts, rising out of blue-green rivers, while conical-hatted farmers work in the lush green paddy fields.
Top places to stay in Beijing and The Great Wall
The past, present and future of Beijing come together at Raffles, located in the heart of China's historic capital, just moments from the Forbidden City.
Where to go in Beijing and The Great Wall
A trip to Beijing wouldn't be complete without a visit to arguably China's greatest masterpiece, The Great Wall. For centuries the wall has served as a defence and deterrent to invading northern neighbours.
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