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If you want you and your clients have China in mind as a destination, then you have landed on the right page. Crown DMC, established  in 2005, is truly a great DMC. We make your business our business, we are on top of every request, no matter how small or large. Our team of experts is at hand to guide you every step on the way.  We pride ourselves on a fresh view, combining our local knowledge with our innovative proposals. We run our operations flawlessly and guarantee that you and y our clients have a carefree and memorable experience in China. We would be delighted to give you some ideas for your stay in China. 

Short Bio Tony Zhao

Born in 1977, I finished my studies in 1999. I worked for some time as a tour leader, which gave me the opportunity to travel all over China, experiencing the country first-hand and also thought me to assist people in their travels.During this time I gained a deep understanding of the travel industry. This resulted in creating my own company in 2005. I am very proud of my team of people who have the same philosophy as I do: My believe is that what goes around comes around in the positive sense: being honest with others results in others being honest with you. 

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Crown DMC
Beijing Office
Room 1605, Aviation Building
No.Jia 2 Xidawang Road


Shanghai Office
1st floor at No.96 Zhaojiabang Road
Phone: +800 0888 0666
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You will find information about our destinations on the following pages: Beijing, China, Hong Kong and Shanghai. On these pages you will find the more details about us and our offices.

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Testimonial

 Testimonial Crown DMC

Our company is Mongol Global Tour Company Inc. (aka MG Tour company). We are a US based company that provides customer travel to over 65 countries worldwide. We use the services of Crown International DMC as our Chinese partner for all of our tours and events to China. We provide a variety of different types of events and tours to our varied clients and Crown International DMC is always able to provide exactly the services we need to fulfill the client's requests. They provide us the services needed at an excellent price and value. Their staff are excellent and respond to our needs and requests very well. Rosie Yu is particularly excellent to work with.

We specialize in customized tours and events we have an especially good reputation for our China tours, being recommended in Frommer's Guide to China and DJ Eyewitness guide to China for our customized tours to China. We count Crown International DMC as an essential part if our team for providing excellent services in China! We recommend them highly!

Robert

What makes China a great destination

 Why China

China, the Middle Kingdom, viewed by our Chinese people as the center of the world, is one of the oldest civilisations on earth. Writings go as far back as the 4th century BC.

Here you will find treasures like The Great Wall - stretching more than five thousand miles originally and built in the seventh century bc to keep the enemies out, the four thousand year old mummies found underneath the traces of the once famous Silk Road, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Warriors, the list is endless.

We have monasteries, ancient villages where time stood still, beaches, islands, sand dunes, deserts, rice terraces, mountains and great modern cities like Beijing and Shanghai where life happens at a fast pace. We can put together the most perfect proposal for you and your clients.

Incentive program idea

Program idea China

I have added  a lovely incentive program idea to China to give you a feeling about what we can do and realise in China. If you would like us to work out a program for you group, please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Beijing, the capital of China, lies just south of the rim of the Central Asian Steppes and is separated from the Gobi Desert by a green chain of mountains, over which The Great Wall runs. Modern Beijing lies on the site of countless human settlements that date back half a million years. Homo erectus Pekinensis, better known as Peking man was discovered just outside the city in 1929. It is China's second largest city in terms of population and the largest in administrative territory.

The name Beijing - or Northern Capital - is a modern term by Chinese standards. It first became a capital in the Jin Dynasty (1115-1234), but it experienced its first phase of grandiose city planning in the Yuan Dynasty under the rule of the Mongol emperor, Kublai Khan, who made the city his winter capital in the late 13th century. Little of it remains in today's Beijing. Most of what the visitor sees today dates from either the Ming or later Qing dynasties. Huge concrete tower blocks have mushroomed and construction sites are everywhere. Bicycles are still the main mode of transportation but taxis, cars, and buses jam the city streets.

 Day 1
Experience convenience and service like never before at Penta Hotel Beijing – your neighbourhood lifestyle hotel. With guestrooms featuring high-speed Internet and large work spaces, they offer comfort and efficiency without unnecessary frills. Pentastyle provides a cool design that exudes comfort and warmth. And when you feel like unwinding in a laidback atmosphere, there's our lively pentalounge – a lobby that's open all day and serves as a bar and café, perfect as a neighbourhood hub.

Nestled in the heart of Beijing, pentahotel is conveniently located two minutes from Chongwenmen Metro Station and close to the most popular tourist attractions including Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven, Wangfujing and the Pearl Market are a stone's throw away for local cuisine and shopping opportunities.

Pentalounge is an all-in-one gathering place with 142 seats dedicated to café dining, a delicatessen, noodle bar, and library, living room and games area. This lively spot is perfect for catching up with friends for drinks and dishes to share or a quiet, cosy getaway to relax with free Wi-Fi and your favourite Chinese and Western comfort foods.

Everyone will need to meet your tour guide in the hotel foyer no later than 5:30pm, where they will transfer you to your WELCOME DINNER at A Fan Ti Restaurant, Beijing. Dinner starts at 6:00pm.

A Fan Ti Restaurant is renowned for serving authentic Xinjiang (Muslim/Uighur region in northwest China) cuisine but its primary attraction remains the skilled musicians and dancers from Central Asia who entertain the guests. This means that you can enjoy the dual pleasure of mouthwatering Xinjiang preparations; roasted mutton joints, barbecued beef and meat kebabs, to name a few, while witnessing the spectacular belly dance and cabaret performances at Beijing A Fan Ti Restaurant.

Day 2
Everyone will need to meet your tour guide in the hotel foyer no later than 08:30am where they will transfer you to the Great Wall of China.
This morning you will head to the Great Wall of China, at Jinshanling, where you will hike part of the Great Wall. You will also enjoy a picnic lunch on the Great Wall.
Late afternoon you will then be transferred back to downtown Beijing, to have a quick stop at Water Cube & 'Bird Nest' for a group photograph. This afternoon you will also have time for some Shopping at Silk Market and this evening you will view the Acrobatics Show. The Acrobatics Show starts at 7:30pm. , the whole day in the Silk Market for free shopping , dinner is on your own arrangement.
The Jinshanling section of the Great Wall is 10.5 km long with 5 passes, 67 towers and 2 beacon towers. The initial section of the wall has been restored to original condition, but the condition of the wall deteriorates towards its natural state as it approaches Simatai. A cable car has been constructed to take visitors to the highest point along the wall

Enjoy a Picnic Lunch on the Great Wall

Have a photo stop at Olympic Green, exterior view Water Cube and 'Bird Nest'.

Beijing National Stadium, also known as the National Stadium or colloquially as the 'Bird's Nest' is a stadium in Beijing, China. The stadium was designed for use throughout the 2008 Summer Olympics and Paralympics. Located in the Olympic Green, the $423 million stadium is the world's largest steel structure.

The design was awarded to a submission from the Swiss architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron in April 2003, after a bidding process that included 13 final submissions. The design, which originated from the study of Chinese ceramics, implemented steel beams in order to hide supports for the retractable roof; giving the stadium the appearance of a 'Bird's Nest'. Leading Chinese artist Ai Weiwei was the artistic consultant on the project. The retractable roof was later removed from the design after inspiring the stadium's most recognizable aspect.

A stunning acrobatic show combining traditional Chinese arts and modern technologies. The performers present Chinese acrobatics, martial arts and dance perfectly in harmony with the music, sound, lighting, and other special effects, which include a water screen.
The performance provides a wonderful insight into China's ancient culture and civilization, with sections about Sinan, an ancient Chinese invention for telling directions, soothsaying and conjuring. There is a fantastic section showing an acrobatic program which has elements performed since the far off days of the Han Dynasty (206BC–220AD). With porcelain jars and vats as their stage properties the performers give an overview of Chinese porcelain culture and greater understand of the country's name of 'China'.

Dinner is under your own arrangements & expense
(you could buy some fast food at the Silk Market or
buy food after the Acrobatic Show)

Day 3
Breakfast at your hotel this morning (open from 06:00am)
Everyone will need to meet your tour guide in the hotel foyer no later than 08:30am, where they will transfer you to your morning visit to Temple of Heaven + have one hour Taichi class. This afternoon visit to Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Panda Zoo. Evening enjoy the Peking Roast duck dinner at Hepingmen.

Located in southern Beijing, the Temple of Heaven was built in 1420, during the reign of Emperor Yongle. Covering an area of 2,730, 000m2, it was the site on which emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties offered sacrifices to Heaven and prayed for rain and a good harvest.

The Temple of Heaven is the largest extant sacrificial temple in China. Its architectural layout, structure and decoration have not only occupied an important position in China, but are also part of a valuable world heritage. The Hall of Prayer for a Good Year is the main building of the Temple of Heaven. In 1998 the UNESCO listed the Temple of Heaven as part of world cultural heritage.

Enjoy Lunch at a local restaurant

Tiananmen Square is the heart of Beijing – This enormous space is bounded in the west
by the Great Hall of the People (China's Parliament), in the east by The Chinese Revolutionary Museum, in the south by Qianmen (South Gate) and to the north by Tiananmen (The Gate of Heavenly Peace).

The Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), directly behind the Rostrum, was home to 24 emperors beginning with its creation by Emperor Yongle in 1420 until the last Qing emperor, Puyi, left in 1924. The entire complex consists of 8,706 rooms in which an estimated 8,000 to 10,000 people lived including 3,000 eunuchs, as well as maids and concubines, all within 170 acres. Behind walls more than 30 feet high and within the 160-foot moat, complex rules and rituals dictated life in the Imperial Palace. Strictly off-limits to Chinese ordinary people (hence the name) the gates today lead to a fascinating display of Chinese history in what is probably the best-preserved site of Classical Chinese architecture.

Walking through the Forbidden City is fantastic, the architecture is stunning and if you find a quiet corner you can easily conjure up visions of life in the days of Imperial China.

The Beijing Zoo is a zoological park in Beijing, China. Located in the Xicheng District, the zoo occupies an area of 89 hectares (220 acres), including 5.6 hectares (14 acres) hectares of lakes and ponds. It is one of the oldest zoos in China and has one of the largest animal collections in the country. The zoo and its aquarium has over 450 species of land animals and over 500 species of marine animals.

In all, it is home to 14,500 animals. More than six million visitors come to the zoo each year. The zoo was founded in 1906 during the late Qing Dynasty. Like many of Beijing's parks, the zoo's grounds resemble classical Chinese gardens, with flower beds amidst natural scenery, including dense groves of trees, stretches of meadows, small streams and rivers, lotus pools and hills dotted with pavilions and historical buildings.
The Beijing Zoo is best known for its collection of rare animals endemic to China including the Giant Pandas, which are zoo's most popular animals.
TONIGHT enjoy Peking Roast Duck dinner at Hepingmen
(You will be at the Restaurant +/- 6:00pm)

Peking Roast Duck is the best-known dish in Beijing. The crispy skin and the juicy meat leave a deep impression on first-time consumers during their Beijing trip.

This Dinner is recommended after a whole day sightseeing in Beijing. It was an imperial dish during the ancient China. While in the late 1800s, the public got its first whiff of the dish when chefs began opening restaurants outside palace walls.

How to eat Peking Duck?

When you are ready at the table, the chef will show you the whole duck. In front of you, he will cut it into about one hundred and twenty pieces with both skin and meat for each duck. The duck is served together with special pancakes, hollowed sesame bun, green onions and sweet sauce. You will be taught to wrap duck slices, onion, and sauce in a pancake or a sesame bun with your bare hands. Very often people would like to put in sliced garlic and cucumber as well.

Day 4

Breakfast at your hotel this morning (open from 06:30am)
Everyone will need to meet your tour guide in the hotel foyer no later than 08:30am, where they will transfer you to your morning visit to the Yanjing Beer Company in Shunyi Industry area.

After you visit you will then be transferred back to downtown to a traditional Chinese family home to learn to make dumplings and enjoy the dumplings lunch.

Afternoon visit to Hutongs by rickshaw, having tea with a local family and have a nice walk around the Shichahai (In the Hutong, you will take part in an orientation game: in small groups you will have to find different spots and collect information and complete different tasks) – similar to the 'Amazing race'.

The Hutongs are ancient city alleys or lanes. In these back lanes lined with authentic courtyard houses, is where the ordinary people lived during the Yuan (1206-1341), Ming (1368-1628), and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties. In the prime of these dynasties, the emperors, in order to establish their absolute power, planned the city and arranged the residential areas. Currently about half the population of Beijing lives in Hutongs, which comprises one-third of the city's total area

Then you will transfer to Wangfujing Night Market to explore the local cuisine. – it is very interesting and worth to do it.

Dinner is under your own arrangements & expense

 Day 5

Breakfast at your hotel this morning (open from 06:30am)
Everyone will need to meet your tour guide in the hotel foyer no later than 08:30am, where they will transfer you to your morning visit to the Yanjing Beer Company in Shunyi Industry area.

After you visit you will then be transferred back to downtown to a traditional Chinese family home to learn to make dumplings and enjoy the dumplings lunch.

Afternoon visit to Hutongs by rickshaw, having tea with a local family and have a nice walk around the Shichahai (In the Hutong, you will take part in an orientation game: in small groups you will have to find different spots and collect information and complete different tasks) – similar to the 'Amazing race'.

The Hutongs are ancient city alleys or lanes. In these back lanes lined with authentic courtyard houses, is where the ordinary people lived during the Yuan (1206-1341), Ming (1368-1628), and Qing (1644-1911) Dynasties. In the prime of these dynasties, the emperors, in order to establish their absolute power, planned the city and arranged the residential areas. Currently about half the population of Beijing lives in Hutongs, which comprises one-third of the city's total area

Then you will transfer to Wangfujing Night Market to explore the local cuisine. – it is very interesting and worth to do it.

Day 6 
Transfer to airport

More about our company

More about Crown DMC

Crown DMC was founded in 2005, which means we are young and flexible. We see this as our advantage, we have entered the market with a fresh and dynamic view. You can see this in our way of working: innovative and creative ideas for events at stunning locations are perfectly worked out to give you as much insight as possible. 

Our extremely experienced and dedicated staff approaches you and your clients in our Crown DMC way and adapts the proposals to your specific needs. They are equally capable in working with small groups as in organising large conferences. Our knowledge of China and the industry and our excellent ground services (including careful drivers and multilingual guides) will make your stay in China exceptional. 

We also have an office in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Office
Room 1202 Cheuk Nang Centre
9 Hillwood Road Tsimshatsui
Kowloon

We specialise in MICE, VIP Groups, Special Groups, Luxury Travel, Conferences, Meetings, Special Interest Groups, Cruises, Shore Excursions, Corporate Travel, Hotel Bookings, Gala dinners and Fine Dining in China.

Travel facts China

Travel facts China

Currency Yuan
Language Mandarin is the official language of China's mainland
Local time GMT (London) + 8.00hours
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