(PRWEB) January 03, 2013
Today, BeijingFeeling.com, a leading Beijing Travel Service company, is excited to announce its new service of 72-hour visa-free Beijing tour, which is specially tailored to the travelers from 45 countries, who can now benefit from a 72-hour visa-free stay policy in Beijing.
Alan Zhang, CEO of BeijingFeeling.com, said, “Beijing starts a visa-free transit policy now, and it is absolutely a great news for our company, because it could attract more transit visitors, and stimulate our business development.”
“These transit tourists are not permitted to leave Beijing to other Chinese cities during the 72 hours, so it is a best choice to can take a brief tour of Beijing. Our Beijing bus tour, or any Beijing tour package can be a good choice for them. Moreover, each customer can get a discount within a limited time, January, 2013 only. ” Added, Alan Zhang.
As per the customer's interest, they can visit not only the old Hutongs in Beijing and the ancient Great Wall, which can reflect the historical aspects of Beijing typically, but also Bird nest (one of the "World's Top 10 Constructions"), CCTV Headquarters, 798 Art Factory, Houhai Bar Street, and so on, any one of which can be a mirror of modern Beijing.
BeijingFeeling.com is a licensed international tour agency located in Beijing, China, and it is trying to be original, unique and different from other competitors in how to satisfy and impress their customers. BeijingFeeling.com is ready to assist each traveler to plan a memorable China tour.
About Beijing 72-Hour Visa-Free Stay Policy
From Jan. 1, 2013, tourists holding third country visas and plane tickets can now apply for a transit without a visa at Beijing's international airport. Foreign visitors are not permitted to leave Beijing to other Chinese cities during the 72 hours, and have to depart from the capital city.
Alongside its Beijing tours, BeijingFeeling.com is offering more than 200 China Tour Packages covering major destinations in China as well as China tailor made tours per customer’s request.
Please visit http://www.beijingfeeling.com/ for more details.