"Those wanting to ease into the flow might first wheel through Beijing's hutongs to get a feel for the old road... The labyrinth-like hutongs near Yonghegong are a great place to start. Once inside the maze, you’ll deal with less traffic, giving you plenty of time to see the sites... Beijing-based travel agency The China Guide offers hutong bike tours."
"Trips all around the world were undoubtedly canceled amid the COVID-19 outbreak, but a tour of the Great Wall of China (with link to thechinaguide.com) is available for anyone who’s ever wanted to visit this wonder of the world."
"Here's our pick of the best online resources, travel companies and UK and worldwide destinations specialising in disability holidays... Travel agency The China Guide (+86 10 8532 1860, TheChinaGuide.com) provides customised trips – from day excursions to holidays – for wheelchair users around the country's cultural attractions and cities, such as the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and in a cable car up to the Great Wall. In Shanghai, most popular sights are wheelchair-accessible."
South China Morning Post
"These are some of the takeaways from the third annual report on popular travel destinations in China by The China Guide, a travel agency in Beijing that develops customised tours for travellers from the US, Germany, France, Spain, Britain, Canada, Australia and elsewhere."
"No need to don your hiking boots to walk a stretch of this iconic landmark. The China Guide offers a virtual tour from Jinshanling to Simatai, where you can click through to 'walk' along the path, or take in 360 degree views of the surrounding landscape. The guide also offers information including the key highlights to look out for."
Travel + Leisure
"According to The China Guide, the village of Mutianyu is also worth a stop. You can catch your own fish lunch or dinner and have it grilled up at a local restaurant. They suggest blocking off two hours for the entire Great Wall and tobogganing experience—keep in mind this section of the wall opens at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m."
"As China's most famous attraction, the Great Wall of China is an essential stop on any trip to China,” The China Guide wrote. “Commonly considered a wonder of the world, the Great Wall boasts a history of over 2,000 years and stretches more than 3,000 miles across several provinces of northern China, making it one of the most impressive ancient structures on the planet."
"Trek across 3,000 miles of the Great Wall of China (with link to thechinaguide.com) without even having to stop to catch your breath with this virtual tour. You can explore some of the more famous sections of the wall, such as Badaling and Jiankou in Beijing, but you don’t have to push past huge tourist groups for the best views!"