Stone’s throw away from the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and other historic sites.

Convenient transport links allow easy access to attractions like the Olympic Park, home to the National stadium (Bird’s Nest) and the National Aquatics Center (Water Cube), the Temple of Heaven, Qianmen, Beihai Park, the Hutongs, and Houhai Bar Street. It is an ideal starting point for any Beijing itinerary.


The Forbidden City

Located in the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City is the supreme model in the development of ancient Chinese palaces, providing insight into the social development of dynastic China. The layout and spatial arrangement inherits and embodies the traditional characteristic of urban planning and palace construction in ancient China, featuring a central axis, symmetrical design and layout of outer court at the front and inner court at the rear and the inclusion of additional landscaped courtyards deriving from the Yuan city layout.The Forbidden City is 961 meters long from north to south and 753 meters wide from east to west.


Temple of Heaven

Built in the 18th year of the Yongle era of the Ming Dynasty (1420), the Temple of Heaven was expanded and rebuilt in the Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty. The architecture is magnificent and the environment is solemn. The Temple of Heaven is the place where the emperors of Ming and Qing dynasties "worship the heaven" and "pray for the good harvest". and implies that "the heaven is round and the earth is square".


Qianmen Street

Being a famous commercial street of Beijing, Qianmen Street is located on the central axis of urban Beijing. As the crucial gateway for entering the inner city and hub of Qianmen business district, Qianmen Street ties Dashilan, Xianyukou Gourmet Street, Xiheyan Streets, circling the important business area with strong characteristics. With a history spanning centuries, Qianmen Street is home to many time-honored brands, such as Quanjude, Refosian and Zhangyiyuan. If you want to enjoy the most authentic Beijing-style delicacies, Qianmen is your choice.


Charm of Old Streets -City Walk

Shuttling between humanity and history,explore a different Beijing.

Lu Xun Museum→White pagoda of Miaoying temple→Imperial temple→Geological Museum of China→Zhengyang Book Company→Red House Library→The Church of Shishku


National Stadium

The National Stadium, also known as the "Bird's Nest," served as the main venue for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the opening and closing ceremony venue for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics and Winter Paralympics. It is the world's first "dual Olympic opening and closing ceremony venue." Beyond its role in sports and architecture, the Bird's Nest, as an iconic structure representing the national image, holds profound social significance. It has become a platform for international exchange and a crucial window to showcase China's image.


Olympic Park

The Olympic Park presents the world a unique cultural landscape, including a dragon-shaped water system, an assortment of sculptures, well-designed floral motifs and lampposts, etc. The sunken garden, at the depth of nine meters underground, combines traditional elements such as ancient Chinese imperial palace gates with modern architecture, creating an artistic conception of space and time of both the ancient and modern.


Beihai Park

Beihai Park located in the center area of Beijing, The formation and development of Beihai went through several dynasties of the Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing dynasties, carrying nearly a thousand-year of Chinese history and culture. It has formed the style of gardening art represented by the royal gardens, which is a masterpiece that unites the great achievements of gardening culture and art of all generations. Beihai is the oldest and most complete imperial palace so far preserved in China, with a unique style of gardening art, and is one of the most precious human cultural heritage and the refinement of ancient gardens in China.


Yanqi Lake

Located at the foot of Yanshan Mountain and the side of the Great Wall. In 1985, Yanqi Lake was approved by the Beijing Municipal Government as a key tourism development project in Beijing. In 2002, Yanqi Lake was designated as an international AAAA-class tourist scenic area. In 2014, the APEC APEC Leaders' Meeting was held in Yanqi Lake. In May 2017, the "Belt and Road" International Cooperation Summit Forum was held here to discuss cooperation plans, build cooperation platforms and share cooperation achievements. At that time, Yanqi Lake became the focus of the world again.



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