Attractions in Beijing

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Great Wall

China’s Great Wall is known to the world as one of the seven great wonders of the world. It is located in North China. It is over 6000 kilometres in length 。The ancient people started to built the wall in the 7th Century BC with earth,brick and stone, and joined it in the Qin Dynasty. The Great Wall was built in ancient China to keep out invaders, however, it is now regared as one of the most important tourist spots in our country or even in the whole world. Every year, it is visited by thousands of people from all over the world. No doubt it is the first choice for you when you visit Beijing. We highly recommend Mutianyu Great Wall, it has better scenery and better travel experience。

Forbiden City

Forbidden City also know as  palace museum 。It is the largest and  most well reserved imperial residence in China today. Beijing Forbidden City is the head  of the world’s top five palace. It was built begin in 1406 and it took 14 years to built it. The area about  725,000 square meters. It has 8704 rooms. In 1987 theForbidden City was recognized a world cultural legacy.If you interest about Ming and Qing imperial family history please visit here!

Summer Palace

The Summer Palace (Yi he yuan),in northwest Beijing, is said to be the best-preserved imperial garden in the world, and the largest of its kind still inexistence in China. It is only a short drive of15 km (10 miles) from central Beijing, but it seems like another world.

Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven, situated on the central axis of Beijing, served as a site for emperors of the Ming (1368-1644) and Qing (1644-1911) dynasties to worship the heavens and offer prayers for a bountiful harvest. Covering a vast area of 273 hectares, it ranks as the largest extant sacrificial architectural complex in China. It also reflects the relationship between heaven and earth, an important marker in ancient Chinese cosmology, in terms of its overall layout and individual architecture.

Hutong culture

BeiJing ‘s hutongs,lanes or alleys formed by lines of siheyuan (a compound with houses around acourtyard) where old BeiJing residents live,witness the vicissitude of the city.hutong means a lane oralley,the gray-tiled houses and deep alleys crossing with eachother in identical appearance like a maze,you will find it much fun to walk through but be care not to lost yourself.If you want have a local family visit experience and talk to local people please jion in this tour!