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Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Shanghai Zoo is a large-scale state-level zoo. It was previously named Western Suburban Park and renamed in 1980. It is located on the western outskirts of Shanghai, adjacent to Hongqiao International Airport. Covering an area of 740,000 square meters (885,000 square yards), it exhibits more than 6,000 animals, including up to 600 rare animals. There are not only animals from China, such as giant pandas, golden monkeys, South China tigers, Manchurian tigers, Yangtze alligators, elks, but also animals from all over the world, such as giraffe, kangaroo, penguin, hippopotamus, sea lion, ostrich, and cougar.
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Discover how Religion and Ritual shaped China’s history and culture. Visit Beijing’s Temple of Confucius, Imperial Academy, and Lama Temple with our expert native English speaking guides and find out what happens when Buddhist saints get angry, why Official Exams on Confucian philosophy ruined so many lives, and what Tibetans do with the thighbones of criminals.
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Take a tour of 1920s Beijing with a soldier of fortune and get the lowdown on the ferocious warlords that are tearing China apart.
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Why do Chinese zombies bounce? Who hanged himself next to Emperor Chongzhen behind the Forbidden City? And why is the ghost of the tragic Bell Tower Lady always saying thank you?
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Inspired by the New York Times bestseller and wildly popular radio series, Newman Tours has created a tour that explores the human history of China through 50 of the most celebrated art objects in Beijing’s National Museum of China. Our guide will take you on an informative and entertaining journey of 4,000 years, using the most venerated objects of the museum’s collection to illustrate the principal developments of China’s epic history.
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
This unique tour brings the ceremony, pomp and intrigue of Beijing’s Imperial Palace back to life.
Monday 1st, January 2018    TO    Monday 31st, December 2018
Find out why the Mongolians built Beijing’s first hutongs, see for yourself what traditional Beijingers get up to when they think nobody is looking, and discover how a warlord managed to return to Beijing in a coffin alive. All this plus table tennis with the locals, a rickshaw ride, water calligraphy, and much more besides.