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Tiananmen Square in central Beijing, north to south and 880 meters, 500 meters from east to west, covering an area of 44 square meters, can accommodate 100 people held a grand rally. Located in the northern end of Tiananmen Square, the five-star red flag flying high over the square; the People';s Heroes Monument stands in the center of the square; Great Hall of the National Museum of China and east and west sides of the square distant ...[Detail]

Fragrant Hills Park is located west of Beijing, covers an area of 180 hectares, is a long history and rich cultural heritage, imperial gardens with forest characteristics. Xiangshan early as 1186 there have been human landscape. West Beijing Xiangshan Temple, who have the highest temple. Qing Dynasty Emperor Qianlong built in massive construction projects in the Twenty Eight Providence Park, Xiangshan, Providence Park, West Beijing accounted for ...[Detail]

Beihai Park is located in the center of Beijing, is China';s oldest extant, save one of the most complete imperial garden, dating back nearly one thousand years of history. Garden development began in the Liao Dynasty, Jin Dynasty and the Liao Dynasty in mind that the public start-up based on nineteen years (1179) built house rather too grand scale. Ning Gong followed too imperial garden in China, "a pool of three mountains," the regulation, and ...[Detail]

Beijing Botanical Garden, lying in the foot of the West Hill of Beijing, has by tradition been engaged in the conservation of the native flora, especially plants from northern, northeastern and northwestern China. Its attention is also concentrated on research, public education and recreation. 200 ha are currently opened to the public, including the living plant collections, the historic sites, a nature reserve. Excellent displays are made ...[Detail]

The Beijing Aquarium is the first in Asia and the world's largest inland facility the most advanced aquarium. Located in the Beijing Zoo, South Hill river, adjacent to Beijing Exhibition Center, Planetarium, and the Capital Gymnasium, the traffic is very convenient.Covers an area of 120,000 square meters, construction area of 42,000 square meters, set watch, popular science education and entertainment as a whole, is the world's largest ...[Detail]

The Beijing zoo Beijing zoo is located outside the Beijing Hsi chih men, is China opens the earliest zoo. The Beijing zoo predecessor is the Qing Dynasty Wansheng Park, the Republic of China time Wansheng Park will change the agricultural experiment station, after new China had been established, officially names in 1955 as the Beijing zoo, the development until now, has become in the world a more influential zoo. The life in on the Beijing zoo ...[Detail]

Badachu Park is an attractive place to visit all year round. It has a pleasant temperate climate, remaining cool in summer and warm in winter. Visitors can stroll from one temple to another, enjoying the beautiful scenery and admiring the arbor and rare ancient trees.The name Badachu means Eight Great Sites, and refers to the eight Buddhist temples and monasteries scattered across Cuiwei, Pingpo and Lushi hills at the foot of Beijing's ...[Detail]

An AAAA National Tourist Attraction, one of the Top Ten Tourist Attraction in Beijing, National Double Supports Model Unit. Beijing World Park locates in southwest Fengtai in Beijing, at No. 158 Fengbao Road, Huaxiang, Fengtai District; you can go south along the southwest part of the Fourth Ring Road to get there. The Park is about 16km away from Tian'anmen and 8km away from Beijing West Railway Station, as one of the large-scale miniature theme ...[Detail]

Jingshan Park is located to the east of Beihai Park and north of the Imperial Palace, Jingshan Park is another beautiful spot to visit. Now covered in fruit trees, pines and cypress trees, the hill was originally made with the earth from the moat surrounding the Forbidden City. From the top there are wonderful views of Beijing, especially over the Forbidden City, hence its name, which means "Scenic Hill." The park was an imperial garden ...[Detail]

The Temple of Earth (also referred to as the Ditan Park) was constructed in 1530 by Emperor Jia Jing during the Ming Dynasty. The park covers a 40 hectares space outside of Beijing's second ring road. This places the park in the middle of a heavily populated area. The park features lush gardens and tree lined paths. During the Cultural Revolution of China, the temple was damaged; however, the site has been restored and renovated since then ...[Detail]