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WTown Announces Special Christmas Experience at the Foot of the Great Wall

 The Beijing WTown Resort has released its special winter tour packages that will be offered from early Christmas to the Chinese New Year . The winter specials feature distinctive events and various value-added services to provide an unbeatable yet still  cost-effective travel experience for all visitors to be part of the real water town culture in northern China .

" Christmas Eve under the starlight of the Great Wall" and " Chinese New Year in Gubei" are highlights of the upcoming winter tourism season. Traditional Christmas fairs and ice shows will allow visitors to experience a unique Christmas in China at the foot of the historic Great Wall.

Visitors can also make reservations for a Great Wall hiking tour   to overlook the Christmas water-town and to enrich their travel experience. The tour is designed for those who wish to challenge themselves and see the magnificent scenery of the entire Great Wall at Simatai.

The Chinese New Year in Gubei, on the other hand, will present temple fairs and a lantern  festival among other events to showcase Chinese New Year traditions and customs.

Fan Yun, general manager of sales and marketing, Beijing WTown, explained that the two winter themed events aim to provide global visitors a sense of winter in China through personalized experiences.

"We have prepared many special programs and activities, which will not only make the trip more accessible to global visitors, but also allow them to be immersed in the unique culture after comprehensive discovery," Fan said . "It's our top priority to provide the best travel experience for visitors from around the world."

In addition to these activities , there are also special events such as a mountain marathon and theatre at the foot of Great Wall for explorers to enjoy . For more information on the packages and events, please check the official website at .

About Beijing WTown

Beijing WTown International Leisure Tourism Resort is located  in Gubeikou Town, Miyun County, a  suburb of Beijing nestled against the Great Wall at Simatai. The resort has an area of nine square kilometers with 43,000 square meters of mountain courtyards in Ming and Qing dynasty style. Comprehensive supporting services and facilities including five-star hotels, boutique hotels, hostels, restaurants and shops with cultural demonstration and experience zones aim to offer visitors a unique travel experience.


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