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Cheap Flights to Beijing

From $689 per adult return
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From
$689
per adult returnPlus more great fares...

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Cheap Beijing airfares

Fly to Beijing from $​689 return from Auckland
Travel​:​ 17-30 Nov 17 & 8 Jan - 15 Nov 18. Surcharges apply for Thursday-Sunday Travel. Subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter & School Holidays.
Sales: until ​​31 May 18
Flying: ​Qantas
Max ​stay:​ ​12 Months

Fly to Beijing from $​​​689 return from Wellington
Travel​:​ 17-30 Nov 17 & 8 Jan - 15 Nov 18. Surcharges apply for Thursday-Sunday Travel. Subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter & School Holidays.
Sales: until ​​31 May 18
Flying: ​Qantas
Max ​stay:​ ​12 Months

Fly to Beijing from $​​​​​6​89 return from Christchurch
Travel​:​ 17-30 Nov 17 & 8 Jan - 15 Nov 18. Surcharges apply for Thursday-Sunday Travel. Subject to availability, particularly for peak season travel over Easter & School Holidays.
Sales: until ​​31 May 18
Flying: ​Qantas
Max ​stay:​ ​12 Months

Fares are per adult return unless otherwise specified. Booking fee of $24.95 per person applies. Flights are subject to availability, will not be available on all flights and may be limited over weekends and school holidays. 

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Booming Beijing

Beijin a super city that keeps on reinventing itself, from an Imperial history through reforms and revolutions, Beijin or Peking as formerly named, is known to be the cradle of humanity. A well preserved ancient city which was the home to the Peking man around 700,000 years ago. Established around 3000 years ago, many emperors later and the build of the Forbidden city, Beijin had come full circle into becoming yet another epic city in its own right. The thriving political and cultural heart of China and home to many remnants from China’s historical past. The Forbidden City contains the largest and best preserved collection of ancient buildings in China. Tiananmen Square and the largest imperial garden in the world, the Summer Palace, are other highlights within the city alongside teahouses, ancient temples and Hutongs (small streets). The famous Peking Duck, which is served at speciality restaurants is a must try, along with a day at the Great Wall and the Ming Dynasty’s Imperial Tombs.

 

With an abundant of dramatic historic come dramatic experiences to discover, the tours are full of stories and history for you to unveil.

 

Emperor’s Tour - Spend the day exploring Beijing’s highlights on this private tour. Start with a visit to Tiananmen Square which is the world’s largest and most renowned public square, followed by the Forbidden City where the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties ruled. After lunch, enjoy the Summer Palace which is the largest imperial garden in the world, then finish up at the Temple of Heaven, an imperial complex of religious buildings

 

Explore the Hutongs - Tour the myriad of narrow streets by local rickshaw’s (Pedicab) and get close to Beijing’s Hutongs to see how the locals once lived. Explore the Chinese quadrangles and enjoy the hospitality of the local families. Visit the drum tower which was the centre of time alarming during the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties.

 

World Wonder Tour - Enjoy a full-day guided visit to the famous Great Wall of China at the Badaling section. Take in the spectacular views as you stroll along this seemingly endless piece of history winding its way far into the distance. After lunch at a local restaurant continue to the Ming Tombs, a collection of mausoleums built by the emperors of the Ming Dynasty.

 

Kung Fu Show - Head out for the evening and enjoy a spectacular, traditional Kung Fu Show. The show follows the story of a young boy who dreams of becoming a Kung Fu master. The actors are very skilled and do not speak throughout the performance – the show is all Kung Fu, dance and aerobatics! English subtitles are shown above the stage to keep you informed on the storyline.

Peking Duck Dinner - No visit to Beijing is complete without experiencing a Peking Duck Dinner. The succulent duck is thinly sliced and eaten with pancakes, spring onions, and hoisin sauce all served in an original, century-old restaurant.


Airlines that fly to Beijing:
British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Southern Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Singapore Airlines

Terms and Conditions

Advertised airfares are per adult and are based on a return fare in economy class on specified airline • Prices include ticket taxes & surcharges based on most direct routing with no stopovers and are correct as at time of loading, but may fluctuate depending on exchange rates • From Auckland a Prepaid Passenger Service Fee of $14 per person is included in the package price – this replaces the New Zealand Departure fee of $25 per adult. • On/after 01 Jul 10 all direct international departures from Christchurch will include a NZD $25 departure tax this is additional to the advertised prices above. • Fares are exclusive of departure fees from other airports • Prices exclude a House of Travel booking fee of $24.95 per person • Flight & routing restrictions apply • Sales end as specified above • Travel as specified above. • Full payment is required upon purchase • Min/max stays apply • Capacity is limited and may not be available on all services • Prices shown are for online bookings only.