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Attractions

Beihai Park

Beihai Park was an imperial garden in the Liao (907≠1125), Kin (1115≠1234), Yuan (1206≠1368), Ming (1368≠1644) and Qing (1644≠1911) dyn ...Read More

Beijing Zoo

With more than 900 domestic and foreign animals and nearly 7,000 rare birds on display, the Beijing Zoo is the largest and oldest in China. The B ...Read More

Chrysanthemums Exhibition

Chrysanthemum is the official flower of Beijing. And for more than 20 years, the city has celebrated the festival with a wide variety of chrysant ...Read More

Ditan Spring Festival Cultural Temple Fair

Since 1985, the Ditan Spring Festival Cultural Temple Fair has become the not to miss event of the Spring Festival. It showcases performances of ...Read More

Hutong Tour

Mostly developed in the Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, Hutong refers to narrow streets and lanes that characterized old Chinese neighborhoods. Be ...Read More

National Center for the Performing Arts

Shaped like a gigantic pearl on a man-made lake, the National Center for the Performing Arts is the largest dome building in the world. It includ ...Read More

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