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Forbidden City

The Forbidden City was built by Emperor Yongle in the 15th century as the Imperial household, with a total of 800 buildings and 9,999 rooms. The complex was eventually opened to the public in 1949, having served as the Emperor's home for 505 years - used by 14 Ming and 10 Qing emperors.

The 'city', called "Gu Gong" in Chinese, is rectangular (961 metres x 753 metres) and is enclosed within its own protective nine-metre walls and 52-metre wide moat. Guards in watchtowers protected the city further with bows and arrows.

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Beijing to Tibet - 'Across the Roof of the World'
Tailormade

Selected dates May-21 to Oct-21

15 days from
$4,295 pp
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  • DestinationChina, Tibet
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  • DestinationChina
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Grand Tour of China
4.8 stars(20 reviews)
15 days
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  • DestinationChina
  • AccommodationCruise, Hotel
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  • DestinationChina, Tibet
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  • DestinationChina, Hong Kong, Japan
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Our customers love our Forbidden City tours
Discover China
12 Oct 2019
Mr M Robinson
4 stars
“Excellent well organised tour with minimal hassle at terminals as porterage very effective. Excellent tour guide throughout and very informative local guides. Highly recommended. Only disappointing feature was the Yangtse river trip where vessel was a bir dated and shabby and service quality - particularly in restaurant - rather patchy..
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