Beijing Lama Temple, Panda Garden and Altar of Agriculture Group Tour
Enter the Lama Temple and see impressive architecture and beautiful gardens. See cute and cuddly pandas at Beijing Zoo, before heading to the Altar of Agriculture for a unique Beijing experience!
- Any cancellations made between 6 business days (22:59 local time) to 2 business days (22:59 local time) prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.
- Any cancellations made after 22:59 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.
|Adult (Age 13 & up)||$175|
|Child (Age 3-12)||$139|
|Infant (Age 0-2)||$0|
- All admission fees
- Transportation fee
- English-speaking guide
- 8 (hrs)
Check In/Pickup Location Details
A local representative will call you or leave a message at your hotel room at about 09:00 PM one night prior to your tour date to confirm the exact pick-up details.
- Children two (2) years old and under are free, but will need to sit on a parent or guardian's lap if there are no available seats.
- The tour guide will be carrying a sign board with your name on it. Please be ready at least 10 minutes prior to the departure time.
- A local representative will call you or leave a message at your hotel room at about 09:00 PM one night prior to your tour date to confirm the exact pick-up details.
- Should there be no messages left for you, please contact the tour operator 24 hours before the service. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.
|Beijing Lama Temple, Panda Garden and Altar of Agriculture Group Tour|
Pick-up from Beijing Hotels
Visit the Lama Temple, one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist temples in the world. Its architecture and design is a combination of Han Chinese and Tibetan styles. Get to see relics, sculptures, and gardens.
See the living national treasures of China, the giant pandas of Beijing Zoo. The cute and cuddly pandas are rare and endangered animals.
Altar of Agriculture
The ancient altar was built in 1420 A.D. as a tribute to Emperor Shennong, the so-called "divine farmer" who taught agriculture to the people. Inside the temple is also a museum where you can learn more about ancient Chinese architecture and agriculture.
Drop-off at Beijing Hotels