Many available Attractions for visitors coming to Beijing, from the Great Wall, Beihai Park, Ming Tombs and the Forbidden City.
This venue is definitely not lacking in quality in terms of fishy finds. This west Beijing aquarium still has plenty of specimens to reel in the visitors.
There is an old saying about the Tan Zhe Temple: first the temple was built, and then the city of Beijing. A grand temple it is an active place for Buddhist worship.
Situated in the south of the city, this stunning temple park was built between 1406 and 1420. It was here that the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties prayed to the gods of rain and harvest.
Built in the seventh century in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), the present name has been used since an enormous bronze recumbent Buddha was cast in 1321.
Built in 1443, the most valuable cultural relics here are the Beijing music and music scores dating back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
One of the most famous attractions in Beijing it contains some of the contry's gretest treasures. Admission: CNY30, CNY50 for all-inclusive ticket.
Chinas Great Wall stretches east-west for more than 5,000 kilometers. Can be visited at different sites, some less touristic. Surely one of humankinds greatest architectural achievements.
Tiananmen, the front gate of the Forbidden City, is considered the center of Beijing.
Scenic spot with limestone caves, dense forests, freshwater lagoons, springs and many waterfalls.
Is a holy site of Taoism and is also called little Mount Tai due to its resemblance to Shandong Province's famous peak. Visitors may hold BBQs and pick fruits
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