This would be a very interesting and knowledgeable historical walk, we will show you the old hutong area, lakes, drum tower and important temples in the center of Beijing and also share the history and stories related with all the places.


  • See the biggest wooden Buddha statue;

  • Watch and listen Drum performance at the Drum Tower;

  • Hutong, lake and temples, different kinds of historical spots in one trip;

  • Walking and taking subway make the trip more flexible;


Day 1Hutong Tour on Foot and by Subway


Pick up from your hotel and we take subway to the hutong area.

Starting from the Nanluoguxiang alley, which is the famous and busy commercial street, we will see the trendy street food and fancy souvenir stores. Turn from the alley into the Hutong area, let's discover the real local people's life.

The beautiful Houhai (the back lake) is nearby, just few minutes ‘walk, the peaceful lake is in front of you, wandering along the lakeside and feel the breeze blowing your face gently.

We will also climb up to the Drum Tower to watch the Drum performance.


After a delicious local meal, we approach to the Confucius Temple by subway, where used to be the imperial college, you will be amazed by the exquisite audience hall and ancient trees more than 700 years old.

The walk will be ended at Lama Temple, we will have the chance to see the biggest wooden Buddha statue recorded by Guinness Book.


Go back to your hotel by subway (your own expense).

Book Price

Group SizeAdult(Age:8-80) Price/p.pChild(Age:4-7) Price/p.pInfant(Age:0-3) Price/p.p
1 Number $ 150 $ 35 Free
2 Number $ 95 $ 35 Free
3 Number $ 70 $ 35 Free
4 Number $ 65 $ 35 Free
5 Number $ 60 $ 35 Free
6 Number $ 55 $ 35 Free
7 Number $ 48 $ 35 Free
8 Number $ 45 $ 35 Free
9 Number $ 42 $ 35 Free
10 Number $ 40 $ 35 Free


  • English-speaking tour guide service fee

  • Delicious lunch in a local family in the Hutong area 

  • All entrance tickets to the sights listed above


  • Accommodations

  • Dinner

  • Transportation

  • Gratuity to the guide

  • Personal Costs