A tram travels across Beijing's Central Business District. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
The new tram tours cover Nanluoguxiang, Shichahai and historical and cultural sites
Clang Clang! A tram full of tourists move through the night in Beijing.
Recently, Beijing Public Transport launched two night tourism tours where visitors can take the antique "clang clang" tram to enjoy the capital's attractions.
The doors, window frames, floors and handrails of the trams are coated with wood-like material and the large windows give the visitors a clear view of the sights.
The tours cover Nanluoguxiang, Shichahai and historical and cultural sites such as Tian'anmen Square, China Central TV Tower as well as the Beijing's Central Business District.
Both tours start from Qianmen station, with the West tour at 7:30 pm and the East one at 8 pm.
A boy looks outside, while Zhengyangmen Tower looms and its silhouette is reflected on the tram window. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
Tourists are attracted by Beijing's night view. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
A tour guide on the tram adresses the travelers. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
Tourists take photos while the tram runs. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
Tourists pass the Tian'anmen Rostrum. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY
Guijie Street's 24-hour restaurants make a pretty picture. WANG JING/CHINA DAILY