Many available Attractions for visitors coming to Beijing, from the Great Wall, Beihai Park, Ming Tombs and the Forbidden City.
This is a world-renowned astronomical building established 700 years ago. Contains many facinating exhibits worth a visit
A trip to the highest peak in Beijing offers some stunning scenery.
It's is one of the oldest preserved imperial gardens in China. It has a history of 1000 years.
The garden functions as a base for science education, farming experiments and tourism.
This high-adrenaline park offers a wide range of fun activities from parachuting and yachting for daredevils to an underground water world
The old facility of Beijing Planetarium, the new facility of Beijing Planetarium and Beijing ancient observatory. Watch the stars.
This is the biggest zoo in China, with more than 3,500, species from almost every corner of the world, of course including the chinese favourite: the panda.
This is the countrys second largest Confucian temple. Built in 1306, houses 198 stone tablets that bear the names of more than 50,000 scholars
Covering a total area of 300 sq.km, this mountainous region consists of four areas open to tourists, and 35 scenic spots.
The temple has a distinguished international reputation because of the beautifully preserved Buddhist murals on display.
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