Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and Deals, Deals, Deals.

Forbidden city1

Our last day of sightseeing began at Tiananmen Square, right in the centre of Beijing. Despite the drizzle, everyone was in high spirits as we waited in our first queue. Queuing was the name of the game today, as it seemed everyone wanted to see the same things as us. We entered the square and Lee explained all about its significance to China. Everything was enormous. After Tiananmen Square, we made our way through the many gates of the Forbidden City. We found out that it was called the “Forbidden City” because in ancient times all the common people were forbidden from entering it. After a long walk, we finally exited for a well-earned lunch. The Silk Market was our next stop and, once again, everyone had a fantastic time bargaining at the stalls. We finished the day off with a special hotpot dinner which was great fun, especially for our last night in China.


8 thoughts on “Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and Deals, Deals, Deals.

  1. Sounds like the perfect way to finish off your time in China. I’m sure you’re all exhausted and will get plenty of sleep on the plane. We have all enjoyed reading about your adventures and can’t wait to hear more stories back at school.

  2. What amazing things you have seen and done. Can’t wait to hear the stories and see your photos. One more sleep and you’ll be home again – time has gone so quickly hasn’t it? Have a great rest on the plane and we’ll see you in the morning!

  3. I’m so pleased you finished your stay in China with a hotpot dinner. Thanks for sharing your travels with us and I look forward to seeing you all soon.

  4. So proud of you all embarking on this amazing journey. We have really appreciated the fabulous posts & photos – thank you! Enjoy what time you have left together. Very excited about seeing you in the morning. Safe travels. Lx

  5. Can’t wait to see you all ESPECIALLY Hugh! The tour diary has been fantastic and we are really looking forward to hearing all the wonderful stories. A big thank you to Mr Wells and Miss Milne for being awesome tour leaders. See you soon xx

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *