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Dushikouzhen

DushikouzhenNearby City

5/51 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Huizongsi

HuizongsiNearby City

4.5/522 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Historical Site
Temple
Summer Palace

Summer PalaceNearby City

4.7/529,302 Reviews
Garden
April 1st to October 31st, 6:30--17:00, the latest departure time is 20:00; November 1st to March 31st, 7:00-17:00, the latest departure is 19:00, the latest admission time is 18:00 (Local time)
Situated in the Haidian District northwest of Beijing, the Summer Palace is a Unesco World Heritage site that used to be the palace and garden of the emperors of the Qing Dynasty. It is the largest and most well preserved royal park in China. Construction of the palace began in 1750 and it served as a residential and entertainment area for the royal members. The palace underwent two major reconstructions after suffering damages during invasions by the Anglo-French Allied Forces and the Eight-Power Allied Forces during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Summer Palace can be divided into three sectors: a political activity area centered at the Hall of Benevolence and Longevity; an empress living area concentrated around the Hall of Jade Billows and Hall of Joy and Longevity; and a tour route concentrated along the long corridor, rear hill, and the west sector.
Old Summer Palace

Old Summer PalaceNearby City

4.7/513,871 Reviews
Garden
January-March, November-December, 7:00-17:30(ticket sales end at 15:30); April, September-October, 7:00 -18:00(ticket sales end at 16:30); May- August 7:00-19:00(ticket sales end at 16:30) (Local time)
The Old Summer Palace is a famous imperial garden constructed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries during the Qing Dynasty. It consists of three sections: Yuanming Garden, Changchun Garden, and Yichun Garden. Its excellent view earned it the reputation of "the garden of gardens." However in 1860, British and French troops burned the main buildings into ashes. These days, tourists can only look at the wreckage and imagine its glory during the time of the Qing Dynasty. If your imagination is not good enough, you can learn more about what the garden looked like through the miniature model in Changchun Garden.
Commune by the Great Wall

Commune by the Great WallNearby City

3.9/588 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Monday-Thursday 9:30-17:00, closed on Friday-Sunday and statutory holidays. (Local time)
"Commune by the Great Wall" in the Yanqing District of Beijing is located at the foot of a great mountain. It is also a hotel and contemporary architectural artwork. The Commune by the Great Wall has been invited by the Venice Biennale to take part in its exhibition and has won the "Architectural Art Promotion Award". In 2005, it was named one of "China's Top 10 New Architectural Miracles" by the US Business Weekly. This architectural artwork consists of 12 architectural art villas in different styles that you can choose from according to your preferences.
Fragrant Hills Park

Fragrant Hills ParkNearby City

4.5/52,651 Reviews
Garden
(April 1 - June 30, September 1 - November 15) 6:00-18:30, (July 1 - August 31) 6:00-19:00, (November 16 - March 31) 6:00-18:00. (Local time)
Fragrant Hills Park is located in Beijing’s western suburbs. It is an imperial forest garden with a long and storied history. Many ancient relics and monuments are scattered throughout the lush wooded area. It is one of Beijing's beautiful ornamental spots and a natural oxygen bar. The red leaves of Fragrant Hills are one of China’s famous sights in autumn. Every September and October, the hills gradually change shades from green to yellow, until eventually the entire mountain turns fiery red. Senyuhu, Yuhua Cave and Qifeng Pavilion are all good places from which to look at the colorful leaves. Since it was first constructed, Fragrant Hills Park already has more than 900 years of history. Biyun Temple, Zongjing Dazhao Temple and Jianxinzhai are three sites to visit while in the park.
Yougushentan

YougushentanNearby City

4.4/595 Reviews
Statue/Sculpture
Lake
7:30-17:30 in summer and 8:30-16:30 in winter (Local time)
There are many mountain forests and streams in the Yougu Shentan. A variety of natural wonders, including "Shentan" and "Flying Waterfall", are amazing. Coming here, you may be reminded of the article "Story of Xiao Shitan" whichwas learned while attending school. In addition, there are stone carving areas carved with the Chinese zodiac story and Buddhist culture. The newly added little stone statues of Buddha are of various shapes and is very interesting.
Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen SquareNearby City

4.7/512,823 Reviews
Square
Before the flag is raised (one hour in summer and half an hour in winter) - after the flag is lowered (one hour in summer and half an hour in winter), the rest of the time is cleared. (Local time)
Tiananmen Square is located on the central axis of Beijing. It is the central square of the People's Warlord Era. Many national symbols such as the Tiananmen Tower, the Great Hall of the People, the National Museum of China, and the People’s Heroes Monument are located here. Tiananmen Square is a symbolic location used by the country for important ceremonies, grand gatherings and welcoming foreign dignitaries. Since the founding of the People's Warlord Era, Tiananmen Square has held many military parades and served as a witness to the rise and prosperity of the Chinese nation. Every morning, the flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square attracts many tourists.
Tanzhe Temple

Tanzhe TempleNearby City

4.6/5994 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Temple
8:30-16:30 (Local time)
Tanzhe Temple in Mentougou District, Beijing, was built more than 1,700 years ago. There is a saying “Tanzhe Temple came before Beijing city was built". This temple has been valued highly by the Royal families. The temple is surrounded by mountains, with many lush old trees and beautiful scenery. Behind the Daxiong Hall in the temple, there is a thousand years old ginkgo tree. A two-color magnolia tree rarely seen in Beijing is next to the old ginkgo tree. The stone fish on the northwest side of the temple is also a must-see attraction for tourists. Many tourists like touching the stone fish.
Temple of Heaven

Temple of HeavenNearby City

4.5/57,936 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
Four doors open: high season (April 1st - October 31st) 6:00-22:00, low season (November 1st - March 31st of the following year) 6:30-22:00. Attractions in the park: 8:00-17:30 in the high season and 8:00-17:00 in the low season. (Local time)
The Temple of Heaven is a special altar for emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Here, they worship the heavens, ask for rain and pray for a good harvest. It is a famous ancient building in China. The Temple of Heaven is divided into two parts, the Inner Altar and the Outer Altar. Well-known structures such as the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest and the Echo Wall are located in the Inner Altar. While visiting the Temple of Heaven, tourists get to experience the grand praying ceremony of ancient emperors, as well as observe the ingenious designs such as the Echo Wall and the Triple Sound Stones. The wisdom of the ancient craftsmen will not fail to impress you.
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