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Beijing Kids Trip

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Beijing Kids Trip Guide:

Need kid-friendly? Here you go! Youngsters can climb the Great Wall, visit the world’s largest inland aquarium, ponder pandas, catch acrobats, or even munch fried crickets. Yummy!

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Like having a friend show you around!

Beijing Kids Trip; Beijing fairly teems with activities for youngsters! They can climb the Great Wall, eat fried crickets, and look for silly signs. Inside the zoo, they can see the pandas, then visit the world’s largest inland aquarium. At Beijing’s biggest flea market, shop for the latest toys, and browse thousands of items. Kids can start a photo collection of unusual wastebaskets… chill out in a park… work out on street side exercise equipment… catch a performance by Chinese acrobats or the Peking Opera… the list is endless! Explore these and more with your expert personal guide, available 24/7 on your schedule!

Beijing Kids Trip Highlights

  • Introduction
  • Beijing Zoo & Aquarium
  • Out & About in Beijing
  • Shopping for Toys & Souvenirs
  • From Athletes to Opera
Transportation By Foot – Easy walking
Specialty Child Friendly, Historical/Heritage
Tour Type Travel Log – play before you go
And much much more…


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Tips

  • The Chinese love children. They love to fuss over babies, toddlers or older children, especially if they have blonde hair. Don't be surprised if they want to have their picture taken with your children.
  • The 'D' stands for ditie, which is Mandarin for 'subway.' Subway stations are frequently located at intersections, but are not marked 'subway' in English. Instead look for a big 'D' inside a circle.
  • Always take your hotel's business card with the name and address written in Chinese characters. Show it to the taxi driver when you're ready to return to your hotel.
  • Bring disposable plastic forks if you don't think you can manage chopsticks; small neighborhood restaurants probably won't have any. Don't worry about holding your chopsticks properly; if you can feed yourself, you're doing fine.
  • Street food in Beijing can be fun, tasty, filling and cheap. Just make sure the vendor's snack stand is relatively clean. And never buy kebobs unless they're on disposable wooden skewers.

Cheryl Probst

Cheryl Probst is an award-winning photojournalist who has worked for newspapers in Oregon, Washington, Alaska and China. She goes to China on a regular basis, and has visited 43 of the 50 United States, 7 Canadian Provinces, numerous European countries and also New Zealand. Today she calls the state of Washington her home.

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