Published on : Saturday, March 25, 2017
Beijing is a city with incomparable cultural experiences just waiting to be uncovered. From the winding hutong lanes that twist through the city centre to the modern streets of the 7.9.8. Art District, Beijing is a place where ancient and modern meet. With the Family First program at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing, guests can choose from a selection of activities the whole family can enjoy, creating memories to last a lifetime as they explore everything the capital has to offer together.
Take a trip to Uncle Qu’s home to discover priceless ceramic treasures. Uncle Qu, a Chinese classic ceramics collector and scholar, is known as the king of Chinese ceramics and his home is a veritable ceramics museum, similar in scope and size to the collection at the Forbidden City. Hold pieces of ancient ceramics, then render the experience in art with Chinese ink painting on rice paper. Or visit the Beijing Old Objects Museum deep in the hutongs. Founded by a group of true Beijingers, the Museum brings to life the Beijing of old with more than 10,000 cultural relics from the city’s past. Then move into Beijing’s present and future with a customised private tour of the capital’s incredible 7.9.8. Art District with the artist-in-residence at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing.
Parents can unwind while the kids explore games and toys in the rooms stocked especially for them. At the Kids Spa, children can reap the benefits of massage therapy with full body, back or scalp massages, or enjoy a body scrub, manicure or pedicure with Mom and Dad. Or work up an appetite with the entire family with a cooking class with the award-winning culinary team at Four Seasons Hotel Beijing. Learn the delicious secrets of traditional Chinese dishes with Executive Chef Jackson Wu, or practice the art of modern Italian cuisine with Mio Chef de Cuisine Aniello Turco.
Source:- Four Seasons