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Places To Visit in Beijing - China

Bei Hai Park - Beijing

Bei Hai Park

Beihai is Chinese for “northern sea” and the park is named for the manmade lake that covers most of its 170 acres.  It is more than a thousand years old, dating back to the Liao Dynasty in the tenth century.  Successive dynasties modified and renovated it into the park we see today.  It was...

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Beijing Aquarium  - Beijing

Beijing Aquarium

This is an inland aquarium which exhibits numerous species of under water creatures. Dolphin shows take place daily and are a highlight of this aquarium. A panda house is located nearby as well.
Timings: Daily 9 A.M- 4 30 P.MRead More

Capital Museum - Beijing

Capital Museum

The Capital Museum is one of Beijing’s newest.  It first opened in 1981, and moved into its current location in 2005.  Initially, it wasn’t much more than a storehouse, completely overshadowed by Beijing’s other museums.  Now it stands as one of its best, thank to the new...

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Confucius Temple - Beijing

Confucius Temple

This is a significant temple since it was built in 1306 to honor revered Chinese philosopher and thinker Confucius. The temple houses some ancient musical instruments worth looking at [Confucius thought music was key to self- development]; apart from that they are about 190 stele with Confucius'...

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Dong Yue Miao - Beijing

Dong Yue Miao

This is one of the finest temples dedicated to Daoism. This was built in the early 1320s to honor the god Dong Yue thought to reside in the mountain known as Tai Shan.  This god's duties entailed looking after the different levels of hell as well as after the over 70 departments each of which...

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Factory 798 - Beijing

Factory 798

This former weapons factory has now become the hub of Chinese art and culture. This 'factory' comprises of several galleries and rooms showcasing contemporary fashions; art pieces by local and international artists; some stellar photography and some very beautiful hand painted textiles. Viewing...

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Forbidden City - Beijing

Forbidden City

No trip to China would be complete without a visit to the Forbidden City.  The imperial palace built by the Ming dynasty is the symbol of China.  When the Yongle Emperor moved the capital from Nanjing to Beijing, he ordered the construction of a massive 180 acre palace complex....

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Gate of Heavenly Peace - Beijing

Gate of Heavenly Peace

This is one of the most important features of what was formerly known as the Imperial City. A portrait of General Mao, Chinese communist hero, now stands mounted above the central door via which the Chinese emperor in ancient times would enter through. This gate is especially famous since it is the...

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