Do you want to know what attractions are worth playing in Beijing?

Posted by zaiwu 15/12/2018 0 Comment(s) Fun & lifestyle & Chinese culture,

 

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Beijing is the capital of China.The ancient Chinese civilization, which has assembled thousands of years of historical and cultural heritage.

   

 

    Modern international metropolis, which is closely integrated with the development of modern science and technology.

 

 

    If you come to China but have not been to Beijing such a very interesting city, it is really frustrating. Beijing people are very many, is the world many row third city.

    From skyscrapers to ancient religious temples to the monumental Great Wall (which is one of the biggest sights in China), Beijing is an impressive place to be.

    If you come to Beijing, these places are worth a visit.

    One:

The Forbidden City

 

   Beijing is basically created around the Forbidden City/Imperial Palace and this complex lies at the heart of the city. Dating back to the 13h century, this palace is truly immense and is an awe-inspiring spectacle.

Two:

 

Tiananmen Square

 

  This unbelievable public space was built to hold a million people and you can really feel the scale of Tiananmen when you step inside its boundaries.

  Three:

 

 

Beihai Park

 

   As one of the oldest public gardens in the city, Beihai Park offers a respite from the hustle and bustle of Beijing and is a delight to explore. Climb to the top of the central Hall of Enlightenment for fantastic views across to the Forbidden City

Four:

 

The Temple of Heaven

 

  This amazing complex dates back to the 15th century and features a range of beautiful temples and shrines. The main attraction is the central temple that is absolutely bursting with colour, decorations and Asian artwork.

Five:

 

The Lama Temple

 

     Also known as the Yonghe Temple, this monastery is one of the best-preserved examples of Han Chinese and Tibetan architecture found in Beijing. Created in 1694 during the Qing Dynasty,

    There are a fair few temples in Beijing but if you’ve only got enough time to see just one, it’s gotta be the Lama Temple!

Six:

Beijing Capital Museum

 

    For an intriguing insight into the history of China’s capital, the impressive Capital Museum offers a staggering collection to admire.

   You could literally spend hours wandering through the many different exhibits and rooms.

 

Seven:

Beijing Zoo

 

     Something of a more controversial one (and perhaps one you’re more like to do if you haven’t seen Pandas in China yet), come Beijing Zoo. I’ve had friends say this was perhaps one experience they would have skipped and others who loved the sheer diversity of animals they’ve seen so do your research (check out the reviews on TripAdvisor here) and decide if you’re comfortable before you decide to part with you cash and visit.

Eight:

 

Mutianyu Great Wall

 

     No trip to Beijing is complete without a visit to at least one section of the legendary Great Wall of China. The section at Mutianyu is one of the best preserved and also the least busy so if you want to take some epic photos of the wall without a hundred other tourist stood next to you, then come here!

Nine:

 

 

   

The Old Summer Palace

  Here you can find a dazzling display of rustic Pagodas, beautiful water features, and even European style ruins. The various ruins of the palatial complex provide an insight into its past, and the beauty of the gardens and park is a testament to this dynasty’s power.

 

 

What do you like about the places recommended above? Welcome to Beijing.

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