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Mongolian Hot Pot Dinner followed by Houhai Lake Visit and Foot Massage 

Beijing, China

Dinner

 

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The Chinese hot pot has a history of more than 1,000 years, and it’s originated in Mongolia where the main ingredient was meat, usually beef or mutton. Around 1644 to 1912, the hot pot became popular throughout most of China, and people make varied hot pot ingredients, such as seafood tofu, vegetable and a lot more.  In modern society today, particularly in larger cities, the traditional coal-heated hot pot has been replaced by electric ones. During this private 5-hour night tour, you will enjoy hot pot dinner in old fashion way. In addition, you will visit beautiful Houhai Lake bar street area and experience Chinese acupressure foot massage.

Meet your guide in the evening, and head to a Chinese Transitional Hot Pot restaurant for dinner. You will find a interesting coal-heated steamboat in the middle of table where you can cook your favorite food there. Your guide will assist you to choose sliced meat, fresh vegetable, mushrooms, wontons, egg dumplings, tofu, and seafood. Once they are cooked, you can dip them in some special sauce if you like. 

After dinner, take a stroll in Houhai Lake area, and there are more than 200 bars along the lake.You will see very beautiful landscape there during the night.

Your last stop is to experience Chinese acupressure foot massage, which is the best way to get rid of your tiredness. It is a hands-on foot treatment that applies Chinese Yin Yang principle to relax muscles, relieve stress and improve blood circulation.

When foot massage session is end, you will be transferred back to your hotel.

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