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Beijing

With a population of more than 12 million people, Beijing, also called “Jing” is a bustling metropolis that is the capital city of China. The city is arguably one of the most historical and cultural cities and ancient capitals in the world. As the country’s political, cultural and international exchange center, Beijing hosted the Olympic Games in 2008.

Beijing offers visitors a bevy of more than 200 tourist attractions and 7,300 historical sites. The immensely popular Great Wall at Badaling, Palace Museum, Temple of Heaven, which is the largest imperial palace in the world where emperors of old paid homage to heaven, the Summer Palace, are some of Beijing’s must-sees. At dusk, a plethora of live entertainment, including Chinese operas, acrobatics and traditional dining options are to be sampled.

Beijing Transportation & Travel Services

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Useful Telephone Numbers and Websites

Tourist Complaint:†0086-10-65275315/65130828
Beijing tourist information website:  www.english.visitbeijing.com.cn/

News


  • 07/02/2015 China International Travel Mart 2015 Exhibitor Registration Open...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 China’s High-Speed Railway Continues Development, Improving Transit...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Great Wall in Need of Additional Protection and Visitor Education...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Taiwan Residents No Longer Need Visa-like Permit to Enter Mainland...Read More
  • 07/02/2015 Hilton Garden Inn Opens in North China...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 USA Today Names China to “Hottest Destinations for Summer 2015” List...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 Massive Permanent China Exhibition Opens at Chicago’s Field Museum...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 Tianjin Joins 14 Chinese Cities in Offering 72-hour Transit Visa Policy...Read More
  • 06/26/2015 New Hotels Continue to Debut throughout China...Read More
  • 06/22/2015 Beijing’s Forecast Looks Clear and Bright...Read More
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