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About WikiBeijing
Wikibeijing offers private no-shopping day tours in Beijing. Our packages cover all the major attractions in Beijing, and could be tailor made to satisfy individual preference. We only use legal,comfort vehicles and professional chauffeurs, as well as guides with legal license and working experience. Thus to make sure they understand the culture differences and ensure a pleasant and safe trip. We sell service and satisfaction!
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Florence K wrote a review May 2020
6 contributions6 helpful votes
The best tour! Dana, our tour guide, know so much history about all the places we visited. She was attentive and patient. These places are a must see in Beijing. I definitely recommend her .
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odeo49 wrote a review Feb 2020
Tennessee67 contributions3 helpful votes
A must place to visit that full of history. Take a camera, there is a museum to learn about its history.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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Claudia K wrote a review Dec 2019
Vashon30 contributions27 helpful votes
My friend and I took both group tours and private tours. We explored all over the city and to the wall. We were pleased with all our tours but then our last tour was with Angie. OMG! What a difference a FABULOUS tour guide makes! She clarified and corrected information we had been given on other tours (or our understanding of it). She completely modified our private tour to do exactly what we wanted to do, as we had already seen and done so much, we wanted to focus on other things. She was flexible, responsive, and super helpful. She helped us navigate some tricky situations (problem at the hotel, needing to cancel our final tour, and assisting with shopping) that we could not have managed without her. She chose a delightful spot for lunch and we all ate well. We learned so much from Angie and were so pleased to hear from her about so many different topics of interest to us. I feel like we made a real friend in Beijing!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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jeregstev wrote a review Dec 2019
8 contributions17 helpful votes
Our guide, Angie, made our day exceptional! She was prompt to meet us, professional, spoke beautiful English and adapted the tour to our needs. Her depth of knowledge about the tour sites was impressive and accurate. She kept a leisure pace, answered our many questions, took our photos, ordered a delicious Peking Duck lunch at a local restaurant and shared her favorite sites with us. When you miss your guide at the end of the day, you know you've also made a friend.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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David wrote a review Dec 2019
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Not knowing how to speak the native language was a bit scary. So my partner and I decided to book a private tour guide. She was on time, spoke very good English and had lots to share about China’s history. When booking my excursion I informed the tour company I did not eat pork ( religious reasons). When I met the tour guide I reminded her twice ( when we met at the hotel and before lunch )that I didn’t eat pork. With lots of waking on the tour, by the time lunch came around she took us to a nice restaurant. She looked through the menu and ordered for us. Unlike the other private tour that took us to a buffet (different tour guide )she went through the menu and picked food for us. When the food got to the table I asked what it all was. Half of the food she picked I couldn’t beat because the dish had pork in it. Considering I spent over $400 for the tour, I was upset. I told her that I can’t eat this, and she said I could eat the other items instead. To me it looked and felt like she picked and chose her favorite dishes without considering my food limitations. And for that I gave a two star. I spent way too much of my hard earned money to have an unsatisfactory private tour.
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Response from Bruce L, Owner at WikiBeijing
Responded Dec 4, 2019
Hi Dear Viator Customer, I am sorry to know that you had a bad experience with the dish selections our guide offered. First of all, we sincerely apologize to you. And we had informed every guide to be careful with customers' special requirements on food. Actually, for a lot of restaurants in Beijing, it is a common practice to put a little bit pork in some dishes to make the flavor better; even though it is not mentioned in the menu. Anyway, it is our fault and we will double check whether the dishes we order have something our customers are allergic to in the future. Thank you for the detailed review. Bruce Li from Wikibeijing
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