Tours and Tickets by Han Tang Tours
Private Arrival Transfer: Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) to Hotel
Begin your Beijing vacation the right way by booking a convenient and cost-effective private arrival transfer. Travel from Beijing Capital International Airport direct to your hotel in a spacious, private vehicle that accommodates up to seven passengers. Escape the stress of public transport and the hassle of crowded taxi ranks with this easy and efficient service.
Beijing Capital International Airport Transfer: Airport (PEK) to Hotel Roundtrip
Ensure your Chinese vacation runs smoothly by booking a cost-effective and convenient round-trip airport transfer from Beijing Capital International Airport direct to your accommodation. Avoid the stress of car rental and the crowds of taxi ranks with this efficient and economical service.
Private Round-Trip Transfer: Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a private round-trip airport transfer from and to your hotel in Beijing. Avoid the stress of public transport systems and crowded taxi queues by booking this economical and efficient private service. Travel direct to your hotel from Beijing Capital International Airport with a courteous English-speaking guide in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle and do the same on your return journey.
Private Departure Transfer: Hotel to Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK)
End your vacation or business trip in Beijing with a hassle-free private transfer from your Beijing hotel to Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK). Your courteous professional driver provides door-to-door service in a private vehicle for your journey to the airport, ensuring that you arrive on time for your departure. Pre-book this reliable return transfer service, then relax and enjoy your visit to Beijing.
Private Arrival Transfer: Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to Hotel
Begin your Chinese vacation the right way with a smooth and stress-free private arrival transfer from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport to your accommodation. Sail past crowded taxi ranks and escape the confusion of public transportation with this easy and efficient service. Climb aboard a spacious, air-conditioned vehicle that can accommodate up to seven passengers and travel directly to your accommodation in comfort and style.
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Amit G wrote a review Apr 2018
15 contributions1 helpful vote
Make sure you ask your tour operator questions about these sopping expeditions as part of the forbidden cities and great wall tour. If they say yes, avoid them. Our guide Alice rushed us through the forbidden cities, when others asked to go to the gift shop or take more time to explore some of the side areas, she said no and kept walking on. We must have spent 3 - 4 hours on at a silk, jade and tea store. If I was interested in shopping I would have done that. Couple of people wanted to stop for coffee, again request refused. Pay a little more and get a private tour where you can dictate the schedule.…
Date of experience: April 2018
AnilNLondon wrote a review Sep 2017
London, United Kingdom127 contributions58 helpful votes
I used this company 6 times during my stay in Beijing. Trouble- free and stress-free collection from airport to hotel and from hotel to airport. I would heartily recommend them. Efficient and courteous.
Date of experience: September 2017
Madamjojo1 wrote a review Jun 2017
Melbourne, Australia26 contributions23 helpful votes
Cynthia our tour guide was fantastic! She was enthusiastic and fun and we really enjoyed the day a little more because she was so vibrant! Her knowledge of China's history is extensive and Cynthia is a very animated storyteller! If going to the Summer Palace it's a good idea to take a little extra cash ($20 per person approx) to ride on the dragon boats to the palace, they save a long walk and they add to the experience. The Pearl Factory stop was unnecessary for us. We loved the authentic Chinese lunch too. A great day for all ages! …
Date of experience: June 2017
888DMPM wrote a review Apr 2017
Bristol, United Kingdom178 contributions42 helpful votes
We booked via Viator after making sure that we had a tour without any shopping stops. Unlike other companies we have used they did not contact us prior to the tour we had to call them, we were advised to be ready at 6.50 am. We were collected late (15mins) and then took an hour or so to collect the other 19 guests. The bus was tired and no water was offered to the guests( other tours offer this). We stopped for a Jade factory about two hours in the only good thing was the loos and coffee, outrageous prices for beautiful work. Another two hours and we arrived at Mutianyu. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and quickly took us to the cable cars. We used the ski lift type cars and it cost 120Rmb return well worth the money. We had two hours at the wall. We used the right hand route (the most difficult) and my goodness was it steep! We had lunch included in the price at a farmers restaurant and it was quiet European style food 😞. The Wall Itself was absolutely amazing. On the way back we stopped again for a commercial opportunity a tea house. The ceremony was interesting but the prices were extortionate 380rmb for 100g oolong tea!! All in all we were pleased with guide and driver but felt without the shopping factors we would have been able to see more of Beijing and all it offers. …
Date of experience: April 2017
Susiechris wrote a review Sep 2016
Ankeny, Iowa88 contributions30 helpful votes
Beijing is a fascinating city with far too much to see in too little time. Additionally the venues are absolutely MASSIVE. Forbidden City/Tiananmen Square/and Temple of Heaven alone absolutely dwarf the size of the Washington Mall. Throw in Summer palace and you need a guide that introduces you to everything but keeps the group moving in order to fit it all into one day. Jenny makes that happen! She is knowledgable, speaks outstanding English, truly cares about the welfare of her guests (even when they wander off or get lost) and makes sure you are tired when you get home. This is not a tour for anyone who can't or doesn't want to walk! The lunch was quite nice, a bit too "westernized" for my taste but definitely safe, tasty and filling. Great opportunity to get to know your fellow tourists, don't be shy or unfriendly as you will miss out. The side tours get mixed reviews depending on individual interests but it is important for people to get out of the heat, sit down with a coffee or look at pearls and silk for a while in order to prepare for next leg of tour (or recover from the first). I definitely recommend this as a way to introduce yourself the the 4 big items in Beijing. If you have a chance to request Jenny please to and tell her Julie and John wish her the best.…
Date of experience: September 2016