Home - Beijing Tours - Beijing Muslim Day Tour
  • Beijing Muslim Day Tour

  • Tour Price: $ 35
  • Tour Code: CT60
  • Available: Daily
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Tour Type: Beijing Islam Tour

This Beijing Muslim tour will bring travelers to discover more about Muslim daily life in Beijing, excellent Muslim cuisine and the unique Muslim architecture of Beijing. Since the Tang Dynasty in China, Islam has spread dramatically across China. Proof of this can be seen with the building of several mosques in different cities across the country. The most famous Mosques in Beijing are the Niujie and Dongsi Mosques. There are also several Muslim restaurants located throughout Beijing such as Donglaishun and Hongbinlou. We are definitely confident in making your Muslim tour both successful and memorable.

My Questions *You can require customized or tailor-made tours
Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
1 traveler USD120
2-5 travelers USD65
6-9 travelers USD50
10 travelers & above USD35
(For 10 persons up, please email us for new quotations)
Service Inclusions
 ·Entrance fees and lunch as listed  ·All transfers with private vehicle and guide
 ·Accident insurance  ·
Service Exclusions
 ·Air fare and airport tax  ·Personal expenses
 ·Tips for guide and driver  ·Hotel fare

Tour Itinerary

Tour Itinerary: (Lunch) 
After leaving your hotel in the morning, you will first visit the Hutongs, a name for the narrow lanes in the old residential areas of Beijing that were built hundreds of years ago. Afterwards, you will then visit the Dongsi Moque, built in 1447 during the Ming Dynasty. After having lunch in the area, you will visit the Niujie Mosque, the oldest and largest mosque in Beijing. Afterwards you will be brought back to your hotel. If you feel that you would rather see other aspects of Islam in Beijing, feel free to contact us and we can arrange a separate tour catered towards your preferences.
(Service End)
Attraction Description
Niujie was once called Liujie, meaning "Pomegranate Street", as there was once a large pomegranate orchard there. At some point the name became mispronounced and for as long anyone can remember it has been known as Niujie. Niujie is now a Beijing's Muslim Quarter, located in the center of Xuanwu District.
Dongsi Mosque is named for the nearby Dongsi Archways in the East city district of Beijing. It is one of the most celebrated and famous Moslem mosques in China. The mosque is made of wood, and contains many buildings, including a Repository Hall.

User Comments

Question:Can you arrange a muslim tour as above for half a day for 6 people on Wed.? We wish to start in the afternoon at 1.30 pm. This is because we have to attend a meeting in the morning. The visits to the 2 muslim mosques seems okay but can you also take us to shop at nearby places? especially the Muslim area. We would also appreciate if you can give the exact quotation for 6 persons. Thank you and best wishes, Ahmad Fadzil

Answer:We can provide a muslim tour for you in Beijing and also pick you up from your hotel. It’s no problem to add some shopping time for you in the muslim area. Please check the tour itinerary and quotation in your email.