Hire a car to Eastern Qing Tombs and Huangyaguan Great wall

General information:

Hire a car with driver to world famous Eastern Qing Tombs and Huangyaguan Great wall, Enjoy a hassle free and flexible tour provided by Mr orange.

Travelling to new places is intended to be fun and luxurious. However, this always comes with a cost; a cost of time, a cost of money, and a cost of effort. That is where we come in. Our car rental service is made and designed in a very flexible way that can be tailored to your specific needs at every specific moment. You will be driven to the Great Wall while you relax and only wait to arrive.

Why you will need a private transfer:

The Efficient Service
We have a topnotch service with fully licensed drivers that know the ins and outs of China. They will cater to your every need besides just driving. They can help you pay your tickets out and to attend to lunch breaks during your visit whenever you feel it’s necessary.Our vehicles are new. They are equipped with every accessory you would need like air-conditioning, air bags, seat belts, fire extinguishers, and more.

You Get To Save
Unlike the inconveniences you would get from having to look for taxi cabs and incur huge charges, our team would stay with you all day long. If you experience difficulties, you can always call our customer service: 0086-13910694045.You can keep the driver and the car for hours and your rates will be customized to suit you.There are no hidden charges and you get what you see.

You Are Flexible
You can always call for the service at any time, even very early in the morning. You will be taken to wherever it is you want to go, and you can stay there for as long as you feel you want to.You are also able to come with up to 4 friends if you like. This will help you to save on money just as much as it would be more fun.Our driver speaks Chinese and will help you overcome many hurdles in communication during difficulty. You may need to download Chinese basic English cheat sheet to speak with the driver though.

Tariff  (Pls note our price is per car, NOT per person):

1 Person 2 Persons 3-5 Persons 6-9 Persons >10 Person
120USD 125USD 155USD 185USD Contact us for accurate quote

Time schedule:

  • Departure time: 7:00 am (suggest time, subject to change based on your request)
  • Estimated returning time: 18:00 pm
  • Transfer duration: 4 hours
  • Include: Driver, Fuel, Parking fee, Toll fee
  • Exclude: Lunch, Entrance tickets, Gratitude for a good job
  • Pick up point: Your hotel in down town Beijing
  • Drop off point: Your hotel in down town Beijing

eastern qing tomb

Overview of Eastern Qing mausoleum complex

The Eastern Qing Tombs, along with the Western area, are a complex of the imperial mausoleum of the last dynasty in Chinese history – Quing dynasty. These are the tombs of 5 emperors (including Tongzhi, Xianfeng, Qianlong, Kangxi, and Shunzhi), 15 empresses, and hundreds of princes, princesses, concubines.
The location is situated 125 km northeast of downtown Beijing and surrounded by a mountainous area.

What to see in Eastern Qing Tombs

The Eastern Qing mausoleum complex is known as the largest, best preserved and most complete tombs in the country. It stretches over an area of approximately 80 km2 with 580 delicate and beautiful ancient buildings, including stone archway, spirit way, and underground palaces.
Located at the complex’s center, the tomb of the first Qing emperor – Shunzhi – was built with a traditional and unique concept. The standard layout is designed with three main parts: kitchens, palaces, and spirit way. All tombs in the Eastern Qing complex follow this standard.
The mausoleum of Qianlong, also known as Yuling, is one of the greatest tombs in China. It has a splendid tomb chamber with 9 vaults that are separated by 4 marble doors. All the gates are decorated with Buddhist images, including 8 bodhisattvas, 8 treasures, and 4 heavenly kings.
In addition, there are many other tombs to visit so that you can learn more about the culture and history of China while enjoying the beauty of the complex.

Public Transportation to Eastern Qing Tomb:

– From Beijing: There are 5 buses every day from Sihui Bus Station to Shimen Toll Station from 6:25 a.m to 9:05 a.m. From here, you should take a taxi the to Eastern Qing Tomb.
– From Tangshan: From Tanghsan West Station, you can take the bus to Zunhua and then have a taxi drive to the destination.
– From Tianjin: Similarly, you can take the bus from Tongsha Bus Station to Zunhua and then take a taxi to the tomb.

About Huangyaguan great wall

Huangyaguan Greatwall
Huangyaguan great wall is one of the sections of the Great Wall of China. This wall was originally created in 221 BC by joining several local walls which were built by ducal states to defend their own territories. Construction proceeded up to the Ming dynasty. This is the time when the Great Wall became the world’s biggest military structure. The current size of this defensive wall, which extends across northern China from east to west, is approximately 7300 kilometers. Without a doubt, this is the best place to experience the Great Wall.In Beijing, one can visit various sections of the great wall which is one of the greatest attractions for visiting Beijing. Various segments of the Great Wall manifest different scenery and different features. Juyong Pass and Huangyaguan great wall are the most toured and most accessible part of the Great Wall. The scenery of the Huangyaguan great wall is extremely beautiful. The miniature of the Huangyaguan is turning to be more famous with many hikers visiting this area.Huangyaguan great wall is a resort with lakes, ancient Wall, and mountains. There are very few people to be found here, but it is becoming much popular with many hikers visiting it.There is a crescent-shaped reservoir and a lake nearby. The lake divides this section of the Wall into three different segments. Section of the wall is below the water and becomes immersed during high tides. Thus Huanghuacheng is also known as Water Great Wall. This scenery is much unique and it will amaze you.

Huanghuacheng is much challenging as it doesn’t have stone steps or even a single smooth track such as the ones seen at Badaling and other parts. The wall is very steep and the surface is slippery with several loose bricks. The walkway has many trees that make this an adventurous experience.