The company has announced its Beijing Feeling Tour Service, which includes Old and New Beijing tour packages. The firm said that under the Old Beijing Feeling Tour package, tourists would be taken to visit the old Hutongs in Beijing and the ancient Great Wall of China. The tours would highlight the structures that were characteristic of old Beijing, and which added to its historical splendour.
In contrast to the Old Beijing Feeling Tour is the New Beijing Tour, which essentially highlights the modern aspects of Beijing and offers a stark contrast to Old Beijing. The tour mainly includes the Bird Nest stadium, which is considered to be one of the ‘World’s Top 10 Constructions,’ the CCTV Headquarters, the 798 Art Factory, Houhai Bar Street, Nanluoguxiang street and Yandai Byway. Each of these locations reflects the modern China. For example, the 798 Art Zone is a part of Dashanzi in the Chaoyang District of Beijing that houses a thriving artistic community. It also houses 50-year old decommissioned military factory buildings of unique architectural style and is often compared with New York’s Greenwich Village or Soho.
The purpose of the tours is to highlight the splendour of old Beijing and the modernisation of the capital that was carried out without losing its ancient elements.
Alan Zhang, CEO of BeijingFeeling.com, said, ‘The Old Beijing Feeling Tour will provide visitors a good chance to experience the aged Beijing lifestyle and culture. The old Hutong tour shows you the traditional culture and original lifestyle. Visitors on Hutong tour will visit the typical Chinese quadrangles, where you can experience the real life of ordinary people in Beijing. We try to be original, unique and different from our competitors in how to satisfy and impress our valuable clients. Additionally, we provide visitors with a fast, sincerity, flexibility and reliable response to their requirements in China.’
Founded in 2008, BeijingFeeling.com offers more than 200 pre-designed packages to China.