12 Days Muslim China Tour Beijing, Xian and Harbin
12 Days China Muslim Tour Package Beijing, Xian and Harbin is designed for the Muslim clients from all over the world. Apart from must-go attractions, our Muslim tours also take travelers go to local Islamic Mosques and restaurants or have a easy walking in local Muslim communities, which we believe take clients some invaluable experience.
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Muslim Tour China with halal food arranged
Trip Itinerary & Travel Details
Day 1 (/)
Our guide will meet you at airport and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is on your own to adapt new environments or explore by your own.
Day 2 (B, L)
Guide welcomes you at hotel lobby. In the morning we going to visit the Tian'anmen Square. And then visit the world-famous Forbidden City. The Forbidden City, located at the center of Beijing, is the largest ancient palace complex in the world and also the place that 24 emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties lived in. After FC we are invited to take rickshaw to visit Hutong and you are also invited to be the guest of the local family.
After lunch we will go to Beijing ISLAMIC area for visiting -NIUJIE. Niu Jie (Ox Street) is a small street running north-south in the Muslim Quarter. The area around Niu Jie is home to around 40,000 Muslims of various ethnicities. It is lined with halal butchers and vendors selling fried dough rings, rice cakes and shaobang (muffins).
The wonderful Kungfu Performance will be followed.
Day 3 (B, L)
In the morning, you will go to the Thirteen Ming Tomb. Dingling Tomb is best preserved and completes the mausoleum of Emperor Zhu Yijun, the thirteenth emperor during the Ming Dynasty. You will also have a chance to enter the underground chambers. After come back to Beijing Jade carving factory to enjoy Chinese jade carving culture and lunch.
After lunch you will go to the one of the world-famous eight wonders - JuYong Guan Great Wall, which is the earliest section to be open to the tourists among all the parts of the whole Great Wall. This immense wall was built to keep out invaders as well as to retain the inhabitants. Come back from downtown to city! Enjoy the tea ceremony in the city tea house.
Catch overnight train (soft sleepers) to Harbin.
Day 4 (L)
Morning arrive in Harbin. Transfer to hotel for fresh up and breakfast. And then we head to the Sun Island Park is the site of the Snow Sculpture Exposition displaying a wonderful snow world. It is a famous snow art museum and many gorgeous snow sculptures have been placed at the expo's main square known as the Romantic and Marvelous Area. At night we explore The Ice and Snow World, it provides visitors a good opportunity to appreciate a galaxy of unique ice and snow art. Making use of the features of ice and snow, by way of multidimensional presentation methods, these exquisitely man-made ice and snow art works turn the place into a dreamlike world of pure whiteness and gleaming crystal.
Day 5 (B, L) Yabuli Ski Tour
Today is a day for you to ski. Arrange your time and have fun in the ski resort. Yabuli Ski Resort and Yabuli Sun Mountain are two of the largest ski resorts with best facility in China. The resort is not only famous as a ski resort in China but also renowned for its scenic beauty.
Day 6 (B, L) Xuexiang Tour
After breakfast, takes 4-5 hours to Xuexiang which is a beauty. Snowcapped huts and forests. You see vastless and gorgeous landscape of pristine snow.
Day 7 (B, L)
Back to Harbin City after ski training base "Bayi" Skiing Resort. You have the chance of seeing how they practice the figure skating. After lunch, you may return to Harbin.
Day 8 (B, L)
Free morning for your own explore. In the afternoon you visit St Sofia Orthodox Church. The St. Sofia Orthodox Church is the largest Orthodox Church in the Far East. It is a perfect example of Byzantine architecture with a height of 53m. And then you will have a in Central Street. Center Street is the most prosperous street in Harbin. It is also an architecture art gallery including the most influential four architecture schools in western-style architectural history, such as Baroque, Eclecticism and so on. At night we catch overnight train back to Beijing and catch flight to Xian.
Day 9 (L)
Morning arrive to BJ and transfer to airport to catch flight to Xian.
Pick you up from airport and transfer to your hotel. After a little rest we visit the Great Mosque---the largest and best preserved mosques of China which built in the later 14th century ago. Its colored painting and pattern are really the representative of art. You can feel the spotless clean solemn religious atmosphere in this secluded quiet place.
After visiting Great Mosque we have a easy walking in Muslim Quarter which is the home of local 100,000 Muslim people. This is the place we have local experience.
Day 10 (B, L)
The full day sightseeing starts from the truly remarkable Terracotta Warriors. This is the most arguably significant archaeological excavations of the past few decades. Discovered outside the town of Xian, the well-preserved artifacts originally were used as decoration for the tomb of Qin Shi Huang, who was likely the first emperor of China (around 220 B.C.). Also in the Terracotta Warriors replica factory we can learn how the craftsmen made Warriors in 2000 years ago.
After lunch we climb the old City Walls of Xian for a great perspective of the city. The circumference of the Wall is 13.7 kilo (8.5 miles) and about 12 meters (40 feet) high. On the wall you can stroll along or you can rent a bicycle. They also have tandem bikes, so you can enjoy a nice day cycling along the city wall, enjoying the sights of Xian.
In the evening we enjoy Tang Dynasty Show. It is performance of music and dances that was originated in the Tang dynasty over a thousand years ago. The musicians present the music with the Tang-dynasty-style musical instruments. You will enjoy a national art that reflects the glory and richness of the Tang Dynasty era.
Day 11 (B, L)
Today we visit Big Goose Pagoda which is an impressive structure built to house Buddhist scripture. The Pagoda was a combination of Indian design and Chinese architectural techniques. It was built of brick however imitated the traditional Chinese wood construction method. It was a typical artistic religious architecture.
Before you leave Xian, visit Shaanxi Provincial Museum - a magnificent modern national museum, which built in the dignified and elegant Tang-dynasty style. The superb craftsmanship of 370,000 relics including murals, paintings, pottery, coins, as well as bronze, gold, and silver objects shows the splendor of Chinese civilization.
Catch overnight train to Beijing
Day 12 (/)
Arrive Beijing and transfer to airport and catch flight to home.