10 Top Tourist Attractions in Beijing

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10 Top Tourist Attractions in Beijing

Category : Asia , Beijing , China

Beijing is a bustling city teeming with people and sounds. The Chinese capital is a fascinating city that is quickly modernizing but keeping some aspects of its glorious past. It is a good city to explore on foot, tucking into hutongs, enjoying delicacies at a night food market or visiting some of the top tourist attractions in Beijing.

10. Gulou and Zhonglou

Gulou and Zhonglou

 

Gulou and Zhonglou, known as the Drum and Bell Towers in English, used to be Beijing’s official timekeepers during the Yuan and Ming dynasties. Today, they are tourist attractions that provide insight into traditional Chinese architecture. Gulou, the Drum Tower, standing at the intersection of Gulou and Di’anmen streets, was constructed in 1272 by Kublai Khan. Visitors who are able to climb the steep stairs will be rewarded with great views of Beijing. Zhonglou, the Bell Tower, is located a short walk behind the Drum Tower. Both are located in one of Beijing’s few remaining hutong areas.

9. 798 Art District

798 Art District

 

Even people who don’t like art will come away with an appreciation for the topic after a visit to the 798 Art District, Beijing’s avant garde art district. Located in what once was an old electrical power plant, the 798 Art District is a beehive of artistic activity. Visitors can see artists at work in their studios, purchase art and art-related souvenirs, relax their tired feet at a sidewalk café, and admire the hundreds of statues that can be found outdoors on any street. To fully appreciate the 798 Art District, visitors might want to spend at least a whole day here as there is too much to see in just a few hours.

8. Nanluoguxiang

Nanluoguxiang

 

Nanluoguxiang is Beijing’s yuppie street. The nightlife in its trendy restaurants and bars draw young people like a magnet; sometimes the activity spills into the narrow street. It’s quieter during the day as shoppers seek out the latest fashions in its boutiques. Located just off Guloudongdajie (East Gulou Street), Nanluoguxiang is a short walk from the Drum Tower, making it a perfect place to explore the hutongs, as the narrow lanes lined with traditional housing are known. The Gulou area is one of the few areas left in Beijing that still has hutongs, though many of these quadrangle homes with red door are being modernized, too.

7. Lama Temple

Lama Temple

 

The Yonghe Lama Temple (Palace of Peace and Harmony), located in the northeastern part of Beijing, is one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world. The temple was built by Chinese emperors who harbored a deep fascination for the Tibetan version of Buddhism. Over the years, many Tibetan and Mongolian monks lived and taught here, and there are still monks in residence today. The temple contains a 26 meter (85 foot) tall statue of Maitreya Buddha carved from a single piece of white sandalwood.

6. Beihai Park

Beihai Park

 

Beihai Park, in central Beijing, is a delight to visit any time of the year. As Beijing’s most popular park, people ice skate on the lake in winter and stroll around it in the spring when the trees are in blossom. Its Tibetan-style White Dagoba Temple on Qionghua Island is a landmark in Beijing. Because it’s so close to the Forbidden City, the park was once a royal playground. Weekend mornings are a good time to visit, as the Chinese turn out to dance, sing karaoke or Peking opera, play badminton or perform in string quartets. It is a veritable smorgasbord of entertainment.

5. Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square

 

Surrounded by Soviet-style monuments and government buildings, Tiananmen Square is the largest city square in the world. It remains an astounding place and a spot to linger and see visitors from all over China, many visiting their capital for the first time. There is a flag raising and lowering ceremony at dawn and dusk at the north end of the square. There are 4 marble lions in front of the Tiananmen gate, the northwest one has a bullet hole on its stomach from the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre.

4. Summer Palace

Summer Palace

 

The Summer Palace is located 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) from central Beijing and is mainly dominated by the Longevity Hill and the Kunming Lake. As its name implies, the Summer Palace was used as a summer residence by China’s imperial rulers – as a retreat from the Forbidden City. The gardens were substantially extended in 1750, reproducing the styles of various palaces and gardens from around China. Kunming Lake was extended to imitate the West Lake in HangZhou.

3. Temple of Heaven

Temple of Heaven

 

The Temple of Heaven is regarded as a Taoist Temple although Chinese Heaven worship pre-dates Taoism. The temple was constructed from 1406 to 1420 during the reign of the Yongle Emperor, who was also responsible for the construction of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Not only a beautiful sight, the temple is also surrounded by a vast public park popular with local residents practicing tai chi in the mornings and on weekends.

2. Badaling

Badaling

 

Badaling is the easiest site to access the Great Wall from Beijing, making it one of the most crowded. (Hint: To avoid crowds, go on a midweek afternoon or turn left at the main gate.) Reachable by public bus from Deshengmen on Beijing’s Second Ring Road, Badaling is the place where the Chinese government takes its official visitors. The views of the Great Wall – the world’s longest outdoor museum – snaking through the mountains are awesome. Badaling, which has wheelchair access to some sections, also is home to the fabulous Great Wall Museum, with its dioramas of building and defending the wall.

1. Forbidden City

#1 of Tourist Attractions In Beijing

 

The Forbidden City is one of the world’s great palaces, ranking right up there with the Kremlin, Buckingham Palace and Versailles. It is unarguably the most popular tourist attraction in Beijing, with the crowds to prove it. It was the seat of the Chinese government for many centuries, and thus was off limits to commoners. Today it is open to anyone who wants to learn more about the Middle Kingdom’s heritage. There really is no way to avoid crowds here, but visitors might want to check out the halls on each side to learn more about the country. Most people walk right up the middle to see the big halls and ignore the treasures off to the side.

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10 Best Places to Visit in China

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Category : Asia , China

China, the gateway to East Asia, is a fascinating country. It is an ancient civilization that gave the world Peking Man, gunpowder and noodles. Visitors making their first trip to China usually stick to the larger cities. More experienced visitors to the Middle Kingdom will strike out in other directions, where traveling may be a bit more frustrating because of the language barrier, but most definitely doable for independent travelers. An overview of the best places to visit in China:

10. Kunming

 

Kunming is the economic, transportation, industrial and cultural center of southwest China. It is linked by rail from all of China’s major cities as well as with Vietnam. The mild climate makes it a good place to visit any time of the year. Largely because of the fine climate, flower-growing is a major industry and tourists can visit flower exhibits and auctions and a huge botanical garden. In addition to its own charms, Kunming serves as a base from which to explore the rainbow of ethnic minority in the area.
WHERE TO STAY IN KUNMING?

 

9. Jiuzhaigou

Jiuzhaigou

 

Jiuzhaigou Valley has been described as a fairyland because of its many waterfalls; snow-covered karst mountains, and its 108 blue, turquoise and green colored lakes that are so crystal clear one can see the bottoms. It is also the habitat of giant pandas, though the chances of seeing them are slim due to the park’s size and the number of tourists.

8. Hangzhou 

Hangzhou

 

Famed for its natural scenery, Hangzhou and its West Lake have been immortalized by countless poets and artists. In the 13th century Marco Polo described the city as the most beautiful and magnificent in the world. Hangzhou’s most famous sight, West Lake, is a large lake separated by causeways and lined with ancient buildings and gardens designed for relaxation and spirituality. Visitors will find pagodas, temples, walking paths and tea farms along its shores.

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7. Yangshuo 

Yangshuo

 

Yangshuo was once a magnet for backpackers because of its cheap prices and laid-back atmosphere, but today it draws all sorts of travelers to enjoy its beautiful scenery and karst mountains. Yangshuo also makes a good base to take a day trip to Guilin for a leisurely trip on the Li River. Many travelers choose to rent bicycles for the trip back, since the route is relatively flat and gives them the opportunity to view farmers toiling in their fields.
WHERE TO STAY IN YANGSHUO?

 

6. Lhasa 

Lhasa

 

Lhasa is one of the most important cities in Tibet and one of the highest elevated in the world at 3,500 meters (11,500 feet). Lhasa, in spite of its absorption into greater China, has retained much of its culture. It is home to the Potala Palace, which was the former home of the Dalai Lama. The palace was constructed on the Red Hill more than 360 years ago. It is composed of two parts, the White Palace, where the Dalai Lama lived, and the Red Palace, where religious study took place. Another palace is Lhasa is Norbulingka, built in 1755. It was the Dalai Lama’s summer palace before his exile.
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5. Xi’an 

Xi'an

 

Xi’an was once the start of the indispensable Silk Road that made commerce between many countries in Eurasia possible. It was also the imperial seat for no fewer than eleven dynasties, before the unification of China between 1000 BC and 1000 AD making it one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Its most famous attractions is the rather recently discovered Terracotta Army, the protectors of the tomb of the first emperor of China. Xi’an also boast 14th century city walls that are more than 12 km (8 miles) long. They are not only a part of the city history, but traveling in Xi’an sometimes requires going under, on or around them.

 

4. Shanghai

Shanghai

 

Located on the East China Sea and the mouth of the Yangtze River, Shanghai is the largest city and most developed city in China. Its skyline is filling with skyscrapers while shiny shopping malls, luxurious hotels and prestigious arts centers are rising alongside. The city nights in Shanghai are representative of the Western view of China cities with bright neon signs, bustling streets and numerous businesses. The most popular place to go for a stroll is the Bund, Shanghai’s colonial riverfront along Huangpu River. While levies have significantly changed the Bund’s appearance, a number of architecturally significant buildings are adjacent to the strip and are still visible.

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3. Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China
The Great Wall of China is an assemblage of smaller walls built by various dynasties over many years. Builders erected these walls for protection from invasions by those from the north. The Great Wall itself, with a history lasting over 2000 years, measures approximately 8,800 km (5,500 miles) in length, although some of the sections lie in ruin or have disappeared altogether. It is the longest man-made structure in the world. There are several sections of the Great Wall of China that visitors find interesting. Badaling is the most popular section of the wall. It is close to Beijing and easy to access and climb.

2. Hong Kong

Hong Kong

 

Located off China’s southeastern coast, Hong Kong is a glittering, world-class commercial center where Chinese culture, British colonial influences and modern day high-technology blend together. While it contains the world’s highest concentration of skyscrapers and one of the highest population densities, Hong Kong also offers plenty of green spaces, mountain views and beaches. Some of the must-see attractions include the famous Victoria Harbour, which is a spectacular sight at night with all the dazzling skyscrapers and The Peak, Hong Kong’s highest point which offers awe-inspiring views of the city.

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1. Beijing

#1 of Best Places To Visit In China

 

Beijing is the current capital city and remains one of the most popular places to visit in China. Its history dates back more than 3,000 years and much of that history is still alive within its borders. Beijing literally means Northern Capital, a role it has played many times in China’s long history. The city is home to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the National Museum of China, as well as the Old and New Summer Palaces. These and other attractions are perfect for observing Chinese gardens, ancient architecture and Chinese culture from a range of periods in the country’s long history.

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Tashkent

18.12.2018

15.01.2019

Tickets from 265

Phuket

19.11.2018

23.11.2018

Tickets from 272

Ulaanbaatar

03.11.2018

07.11.2018

Tickets from 276

Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

08.12.2018

18.12.2018

Tickets from 277

Taipei

06.11.2018

14.11.2018

Tickets from 277

Nanchang

04.02.2019

10.02.2019

Tickets from 279

Macau

17.12.2018

19.12.2018

Tickets from 280

Hiroshima

13.06.2019

20.06.2019

Tickets from 283

Medan

29.10.2018

05.11.2018

Tickets from 286

Jinjiang

31.12.2018

05.01.2019

Tickets from 291

Moscow

19.12.2018

02.01.2019

Tickets from 293

Krasnojarsk

16.11.2018

26.11.2018

Tickets from 293

Vancouver

07.04.2019

14.04.2019

Tickets from 306

Tongren

20.12.2018

21.12.2018

Tickets from 307

Astana

18.11.2018

22.11.2018

Tickets from 313

Saint Petersburg

03.11.2018

30.11.2018

Tickets from 313

Phnom Penh

20.02.2019

25.02.2019

Tickets from 321

Hangzhou

26.01.2019

29.01.2019

Tickets from 322

Jakarta

16.12.2018

25.12.2018

Tickets from 325

Los Angeles

29.10.2018

15.11.2018

Tickets from 334

BAK

18.11.2018

05.12.2018

Tickets from 337

New Delhi

11.12.2018

14.12.2018

Tickets from 347

Helsinki

07.12.2018

14.12.2018

Tickets from 351

Aktau

11.03.2019

19.03.2019

Tickets from 363

Chita

01.12.2018

05.12.2018

Tickets from 363

Nizhniy Novgorod

12.01.2019

18.01.2019

Tickets from 367

Ekaterinburg

30.10.2018

07.11.2018

Tickets from 371

Rostov

30.11.2018

04.12.2018

Tickets from 372

Prague

03.06.2019

14.06.2019

Tickets from 372

Riga

07.12.2018

14.12.2018

Tickets from 373

Dubai

05.11.2018

12.11.2018

Tickets from 375

Samara

12.11.2018

21.11.2018

Tickets from 377

Ufa

02.12.2018

07.12.2018

Tickets from 377

Stockholm

19.11.2018

31.12.2018

Tickets from 382

Krasnodar

29.10.2018

07.11.2018

Tickets from 383

Surgut

07.04.2019

13.04.2019

Tickets from 384

Naberevnye Chelny

01.02.2019

06.02.2019

Tickets from 385

Tbilisi

12.03.2019

22.03.2019

Tickets from 387

Mineralnye Vody

12.11.2018

17.11.2018

Tickets from 388

Voronezh

30.11.2018

11.12.2018

Tickets from 392

Chongqing

10.01.2019

17.02.2019

Tickets from 392

Vilnius

01.01.2019

09.01.2019

Tickets from 397

Kazan

11.12.2018

18.12.2018

Tickets from 397

Tyumen

09.05.2019

19.05.2019

Tickets from 400

Nuremberg

30.01.2019

09.02.2019

Tickets from 400

Gothenburg

02.11.2018

23.11.2018

Tickets from 401

Tallinn

01.12.2018

08.12.2018

Tickets from 403

Montreal

13.11.2018

27.11.2018

Tickets from 405

Chelyabinsk

01.04.2019

13.04.2019

Tickets from 405

Karaganda

09.01.2019

16.01.2019

Tickets from 405

Toronto

22.10.2018

26.10.2018

Tickets from 406

Minsk

19.11.2018

24.11.2018

Tickets from 408

Kaliningrad

24.11.2018

30.11.2018

Tickets from 409

Oslo

03.07.2019

14.07.2019

Tickets from 410

Nanjing

25.01.2019

26.01.2019

Tickets from 413

Perm

16.12.2018

21.12.2018

Tickets from 414

Calgary

30.03.2019

13.04.2019

Tickets from 415

New York

19.11.2018

17.12.2018

Tickets from 416

Saratov

29.10.2018

05.11.2018

Tickets from 418

Kiev

29.10.2018

05.11.2018

Tickets from 419

Lviv

29.10.2018

05.11.2018

Tickets from 419

Bishkek

31.10.2018

30.11.2018

Tickets from 422

Odessa

05.11.2018

16.11.2018

Tickets from 424

Ottawa

03.11.2018

23.01.2019

Tickets from 425

Budapest

08.11.2018

14.11.2018

Tickets from 426

Sochi

16.03.2019

24.03.2019

Tickets from 427

Astrakhan

20.04.2019

30.04.2019

Tickets from 428

Stavropol

05.12.2018

08.12.2018

Tickets from 430

Volgograd

05.11.2018

19.11.2018

Tickets from 430

Marseille

31.10.2018

15.11.2018

Tickets from 431

Nagoya

29.12.2018

02.01.2019

Tickets from 431

Dhaka

31.12.2018

02.01.2019

Tickets from 432

Hotels in Hangzhou: 5 stars

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Beijing Jingyi Hotel

★★★★★

-6%

7368

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Four Seasons Hotel Beijing

★★★★★

-8%

275255

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Yanqi Hotel, Managed by Kempinski

★★★★★

-53%

538253

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Hotel MoMc

★★★★★

-26%

12895

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Pangu 7 Star Hotel Beijing

★★★★★

-33%

358239

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Marco Polo Parkside, Beijing

★★★★★

-31%

14298

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Rosewood Beijing

★★★★★

-7%

295275

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Sunrise Kempinski Hotel Beijing

★★★★★

-53%

520246

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Bulgari Hotel, Beijing

★★★★★

-16%

433362

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Legendale Hotel Beijing

★★★★★

-23%

198153

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Hotel Éclat Beijing

★★★★★

-19%

232188

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The Ritz-Carlton Beijing

★★★★★

-8%

269249

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Crowne Plaza Beijing Chaoyang U-Town

★★★★★

-14%

117101

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Tangla Hotel Beijing

★★★★★

-12%

127111

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The Kunlun Beijing

★★★★★

-43%

315179

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Vision Hotel

★★★★★

-17%

11495

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The Ritz-Carlton Beijing, Financial Street

★★★★★

-12%

395349

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Pan Pacific Beijing

★★★★★

-37%

235148

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Shangri-la China World Summit Wing, Beijing

★★★★★

-7%

269250

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The Westin Beijing Chaoyang

★★★★★

-8%

312287

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