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title: Royal Red Ride

Royal Red Ride

To take a rickshaw and travel at a leisurely pace, you can get a more intimate taste of life in old Beijing. Rickshaws can always be found at major transportation centers located in the city center and tourist areas. Legal rickshaw drivers are easily identified as carrying a chest plate that bears his name and phone number supervision. Tricycle rickshaws China were introduced from Japan in the early twentieth century. The ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Wooden Window

Wooden Window

This gorgeous Wooden Window has been painted blue and decorated beautifully with flowers on the window sill. You have a choice to go there with your loved ones. Even minor hearts are carved into the wood for streaks of light to enter the house when they are closed. The neighborhood of Alsace has an enormous amount of history and ...

title: Admire traditional Chinese temples

Admire traditional Chinese temples

Your expert guide will take you through the winding streets of Beijing and tell stories and facts about every stop you make. See the skyline of beautiful illuminated city as you bike Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Enjoy the scenic and lush surroundings of Shichahai Lake and Jingshan Park and cycle down Nanluoguxiang Alley to see boutiques and built along the old alleys.Avoid Beijing crowds at this relaxing ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Transport of expression

Transport of expression

As you travel through the streets of old Beijing in a traditional rickshaw with a local guide, visit the magnificent gardens of Prince Gong's Mansion, the largest royal residence Beijing and best preserved of the Qing Dynasty. Prince Gong's Mansion is famous for being one of the most picturesque places of retreat from Beijing, lined with rocks, plants, pools, pavilions and corridors. Step back in time to ancient ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: chinatown

chinatown

in chinatown,Our Chinese traditions are made up principally of Southern Chinese people principally from Canton and Fujian region. Our forefathers who came to our seashores of chinatown to seek a novel life and some of them ended up opening hawker stalls doing business of food that they are familiar with. Now we are considering new waves of migrants from other parts of China who are settling down and considering Singapore ...

title: Chinatown Singapore

Chinatown-Singapore

Chinatown is Singapore’s one of the remarkably famous district, clubbed closely to the efficacious business hub. In 1819 When Raffles announced Singapore as a trading post, many Chinese flocked to Singapore, and by the end of the 1860s, the Chinese community had grown to be the major supplier of the city's population accounting to ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Bike convenient

Bike- convenient

Beijing is neat, in that there are bike lanes everywhere. Not just skinny lanes off to the side added as an afterthought. Actual full lanes, with a curb separating most from the general vehicle traffic. Riding a bike in Beijing is one of the best, most convenient, cheapest, healthiest and safest methods to get familiar with the city. The roads in Beijing have special tracks for ...

title: Half day rickshaw tour

Half-day rickshaw tour

There are a lot of strange few transportation options floating around Beijing. These range from dangerous motorized tricycles with an enclosed cab on the back of the passengers, the rickshaws and beyond. A rickshaw ride through the quiet streets can be fun. But most of the other options have little practical value unless a fall in total absurdity of them. Prices ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Zhongshan park

Zhongshan park

Several professional bike rental companies and major hotels and some hostels, rent bikes for hours. For those who need the security of a guide, a company touring bike like Beijing or Baja Bikes Bicycle Kingdom Rentals & Tours would be a great way to go.start the path of Tiananmen Gate, located in the city center . First built in 1417, which had been destroyed by fire and war for a couple of times. We see today was rebuilt in 1651 and the founding ceremony of the ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: chinatown

chinatown

a lot many visitors think, Singapore Chinatown is the tourism and a sightseeing heart and main focus of the city, abode and home to conventional and traditional shop store, houses, temples and cultural heritage and inheritance. Obtain and take a wander and stroll down the impressive and atmospheric streets and the roads, dropping and pipping into shop houses to see what’s for sale and retailing. Admire the esteem rooftop dragons of the Thian Hock Keng Temple, devoted and ...

title: chinatown

chinatown

The cultural and tribal Chinese were assigned and allocated the region of southwest of the Singapore River and Chinatown was born. The bodily scenery was shaped from 1843 when establishments and authorities leased land for growth and development. A creation of this development is the beginning of "five foot ways"; a enclosed walkway with a depth of five feet for the protection of pedestrians from rain or sun. Inside Chinatown, each dialect ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Feel the charms of hutongs

Feel the charms of hutongs

You will be driven around the hutongs (narrow streets) in a rickshaw and will have the opportunity to interact with Chinese people. Along the road we will study the architecture, learn about the history of old Beijing, and visit local. The people are very friendly and have a real sense of community. On the way back you will be able to go shopping in typical Chinese shops before returning to ...

title: No metro only taxi

No metro only taxi

Beijing's public transport system is the core of an expanding metro network is quite good. However, many can not take the subway to reach the destination, it can be unbearable congestion, which means taxis are often the most convenient way to move around the city. Metro is not an option or when a taxi to get ...

title: chinatown

chinatown

Chinatown night market ended on 30 September 1983 when the stalls were repositioned and relocated into a towering and high rise complex. For almost many Singaporeans and even tourists, this towering step almost killed the spirit of Chinatown. Paradoxically, in 2001, Smith Street was transformed into a food street and in 2003 stalls offering gifts and souvenirs was reintroduced. Perhaps, the authorities should have developed the ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: The National Grand Theatre

The National Grand Theatre

When eastward, is Xinhua door on the north side of the street. Inside is the political center of our nation Zhongnanhai, home of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China and the State Council of China. You can not enter, but you can take pictures outside the gate.The National Grand Theater, also known as the National Centre for the Performing Arts, is in the south of the road which is a bit beyond ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: London Transport Museum

London Transport Museum

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: BIke energetic ride

BIke- energetic ride

As Beijing's traffic can be very hard, Tourist Tube suggests you to rent a bicycle, even though you must be very careful when riding it because of the chaotic and crazy car drivers and also if you are not used to cycling in heavy traffic, it can be intimidating. It's a great way to explore and that's a good opportunity to be a local for a moment! Bicycles ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: The must see in Beijing

The must-see in Beijing

As wandering through this vast square your local guide will enlighten you as to why Tiananmen is so special for Chinese people. From there, you will pass through the Gate of Heavenly Peace (adorned with the famous portrait of Mao) to enter the famous Forbidden City. Beyond the reach of most of the world for 500 years, this "city" houses the best preserved group of ancient buildings in China, and is a must-see in Beijing. Discover some of their secrets and know some of ...

title: chinatown

chinatown

Capture automatically back in time at the lively Chinatown Street Market and comb all the way through a rich diversity of magnificent items like dragon candles, street opera masks, traditional clothing and Chinese calligraphy. You’ll leisurely walk into another age as you witness stuff from the past, mixed with further modern gear such as street fashion and modern jewellery. There are additional 200 bazaar stalls lining Pagoda, Trengganu and Sago streets, all ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Roam shop love

Roam.shop.love

Time and back to school season refrigeration means the beginning of the shopping season. If you are not in a Wal-Mart run with kids, a trip to one of the open markets of Chengdu could make a welcome change of pace from homogeneous on-air conditoned mega city and supermarkets. Even if you are not looking to buy anything, just ...

title: Purchase bikes

Purchase bikes

If you are staying more than a few days a reasonable bike can be purchased for ¥ 200. Make sure you have a good lock included in the price. The cheapest bikes are not worth the additional savings; You get what you pay for and it will start to deteriorate as soon as you start walking. Spend a little more and get a bike in the range of 300 to 400 yen. Bicycle rentals may have good bikes, but you pay a high price and risk of the bike is stolen. If neither buy or rent ...

title: All these little things

All these little things

If want to continue the hutong experience differently, try some of the most popular snacks and visit a local produce market to learn a little about the ingredients of Chinese cuisine and spices, feel free to join us in the afternoon Beijing food tour that starts at 16:00. Your local guide can provide more information if you are interested.Meet your local guide at the eastern gate of ...

title: The mysteries

The mysteries

experience what real grass root as it's like in the hutong and try some of the most popular snacks in Beijing areas, please join the people in the evening food tour Beijing begins at 16:00. Your local guide can provide more information if you are interested.From settlement Great Wall to the dramatic scenery of the Three Gorges, experience the timeless beauty of a changing China. From Beijing, venture to the ancient capital of Xi'an, a cruise on the Yangtze in the ...

title: Spin your wheels through the backstreets

Spin your wheels through the backstreets

It is a journey and traffic, safe, healthy, convenient, economic and environmentally friendly means of transport. In China, it is also for the people is a type of life style. Due to the unique bicycle-culture, China is also "bicycle kingdom" nicknamed is. Enjoy Beijing Olympic amazing new landmarks. A bike to go around and see a large area with unique architecture, the best way. You can quickly change the feel included ...

title: Beijing offers new surprises

Beijing offers new surprises

It is a unique form of life that has gone on for many centuries.The ancient alleys often do not give any indication of the treasures that lie within their gray stone walls. Some ports are very ornamental stone lions, stone or drums and colorful carvings on the main gate posts, and some ports are simple and unadorned. Peeking at open gateways can ...

title: First Arabic Press

First Arabic Press

title: Bike a beautiful ride

Bike-a beautiful ride

See the beautiful city of Beijing light up at night on this private bike tour of the Chinese capital. Your expert guide will lead you through the winding streets of Beijing and tell you stories and facts about every stop you make. See the beautiful city skyline illuminated as you bike along Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City. Enjoy the scenic and lush environment of Shichahai Lake and Jingshan Park and cycle down Nanluoguxiang Alley to ...

title: Bike mad city

Bike-mad city

With over 600 years of resplendent history, Beijing is one of the most attractive ancient cities in the world. Beijing has beautiful parks, historic architecture and the wonders of religion and science. Bike Tour Bike Kingdom 's full day exploring the alleys and streets w charming, monuments, parks and temples of ancient Beijing. Explore this historic area in one of the best ways to get around the city-a bicycle. We started BikeBeijing Shop, located in the ...

title: wagon a ride to remember

wagon - a ride to remember

Hutong tour in a rickshaw is the ideal know Beijing traditional culture, ancient architecture and the life of his people means. Local, especially the older generation would like to talk to you about the interesting anecdotes from Beijing Hutong. Copper bells call and yellow vest Chapman are the symbol of rickshaws today, ...

title: chinatown

chinatown

Chinatown marketplace starts operating in the morning around 8 am and shuts at when the clock strikes 11pm. One should definitely visit Chinatown marketplace. It’s a must visit for food critics and food lovers, food junkies and street shoppers and shopaholics. Chinatown is a pretty pocket friendly and cheap marketplace and all the shopkeepers are really congenial to talk to and are very friendly. They have suggestions for gifts and ...

title: chinatown

chinatown

This colorful Chinatown sustained to develop as Singapore grew and prospered. Dating back to as early as the 1950s, people started and began setting up shacks and stalls serving and offering a wide range of goods and steadily and gradually grew and developed into a night market. This market under the moonlight with the hustle-bustle and the noise, crowds, range of goods and food stalls began grabbing attention and attracting to ...