BajiQuan Martial Art Training Tour

$1500

Interested in learning Kung Fu but concerned about the religious background and the accommodation? No worries anymore! Join Halal China Tour’s Kung Fu Tour to learn the Muslim Kung Fu style—Baji Quan in the muslim area. Take the 5-day intensive classes while enjoy all halal food and the nice embrace of the local muslim community.


Before the training starts, get yourself physically and emotionally prepared with the city tour of Beijing, seeing the historical spots such as but not limited to the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace and the Great Wall of China. You will also get to visit and pray at the most majestic and grand mosque in Beijing—the Niujie Mosque.

 
 

Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Beijing

Beijing

Our guide will meet you at the arrival hall of the Beijing International Airport and then transfer you to the hotel for check-in. Enjoy the remainder of the day and have a good rest.

Meals: Halal Dinner

Day 2: Beijing City Tour

Beijing

In the morning tour starts with the exploration of Tiananmen Square. As the largest public square in the world, Tiananmen Square can hold over one million people. Next we will proceed to the Forbidden City. 

After lunch, we will go to the Wangfujing Street, the city center, to see the metropolitan side of China. As one of the busiest and prosperous street in Beijing, the Wangfujing Streets reflects the history and modern time, the East and the West. Apart from the brand stores and boutiques, there are also many time-honored stores with traditional commodities standing in the street for hundreds of years.

Meals: Hotel Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3: Great Wall 

Juyonguan ~ Beijing

In the morning, we will travel to visit the Juyongguan Great Wall. Juyongguan segment of the Great Wall of China is the closest to Beijing. It maintains the original style with the steep and often uneven steps. Those who make the tough climb up are rewarded with stellar views of the wall winding along the hilltops.

After the dinner, we will enjoy a bit more of night view of Beijing by making a quick visit and photo stop at the Olympic Stadiums, also called “the Bird Nest” by Chinese thanks to its unique shape.

Meals: Hotel Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4: Beijing City Tour

Beijing ~ Cangzhou

The first stop today is the Summer Palace. The Summer Palace is the largest and the most well-preserved royal park in China. It is famed as “The Museum of Royal Gardens”. You can take the 30-minute boat trip via famous Empress Cixi Water Way to get into Summer Palace at your own expense.

After lunch, visit to the Niujie Mosque, which is Beijing's most historical and majestic mosque. First built in 996, the Niujie Mosque has a history that stretches back over a thousand years, during which time it has undergone numerous refits and extensions, and has greeted Muslims from all over the world to worship. Make sure that you visit the amazing Niujie Islamic Supermarket, where you will find everything from dumplings to sweets, pastries to cold appetizers. Feel free to pack some as your energy booster during the Kung Fu training!

We will say goodbye to Beijing and transfer to the Baji Quan Martial Arts School at the Mengcun Hui, Cangzhou, Hebei Province! We will arrive at the Martial Arts School in late afternoon. After settling down, we will have the dinner at the school, and then watch the evening exercise to get some idea of our upcoming training session of 7 days!

Meals: Hotel Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 to 11: Training at BajiQuan School

Cangzhou

You will take 6 hours Baji Quan Martial Arts classes every day. In the morning and afternoon, you will follow the tutor to learn the moves and the afternoon class emphasizes more on the practise among the students. In the evening free to explore Cangzhou city on your own or interact with other students for language exchange.

Baji quan was originally called "rake fist" because the fists, held loosely and slightly open, are used to strike downwards in a rake-like fashion. The name was later changed to Baji Quan (Baji Boxing). The term baji comes from the Chinese classic, and signifies an "extension of all directions". In this case, it means "including everything" or "the universe".

Baji quan opens the opponent's arms forcibly and mount attacks at high, mid, and low levels of the body. It is most useful in close combat, as it focuses on elbow, knee, shoulder and hip strikes. Baji quan focuses on being direct and culminating in powerful, fast strikes that will render an opponent unable to continue.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12: Return Home

Cangzhou ~ Beijing

After the breakfast, we will leave the Baji Quan international training centre for Beijing. We will take the flight from the Beijing Capital International Airport and go back to the sweet home!

Meal: Breakfast

 

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