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Things to See in Beijing

The Great Wall of China
Great Wall of China

As the longest wall in the world at over 13,000 miles long, the Great Wall is immersed in ancient history and Chinese culture. It was built over 2,300 years ago to protect the Chinese states and empires against raids and invasions from other states. Hiking up the trail is the best way to soak in the majestic structure and will create the memory of your life time.

There are many different places where you can experience the Great Wall, but Mutianyu is one of the more favoured options to embrace the serene and tranquil atmosphere; visit just after sunrise to miss the crowds. Cable cars, chair lifts, shuttle buses and toboggan rides are also available to experience the Great Wall of China in a different and unique way.

Summer Palace

From the first step into the Summer Palace you are immediately greeted with the delicate beauty of the lake surrounded by blossoming fruit trees. The palace and pagoda on the hilltops overlook the lake, creating a perfect haven on a summers evening.

The walking trails wind through the stunning gardens and courtyards; perfect photo opportunity to capture the true essence of China’s grace. It’s easy to spend hours here with the pedal boats, or enjoy walking tours and picnic areas to sit and take in the peace.

Forbidden City

Nestled in the city centre, this imperial palace once housed 24 emperors between 1420 to 1912 during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is now known as the palace museum, with China’s largest and best-preserved collection of ancient buildings. Magnificent halls and courtyards, winding lanes and pretty courtyards line the Forbidden City; this huge and awe inspiring palace oozes Chinese heritage with its awe-inspiring architecture and design.

Things to do in Beijing

Beihai Park Beijing

With modern and thriving shops, flea markets and stalls, Wangfujing is one of the most well known shopping streets in Beijing and definitely worth a visit when on tailor made tours in Beijing. It has something for everyone, with a selection of souvenir shops, boutiques, high street shops, food huts, restaurants and everything you could wish for. The vibrant and energetic atmosphere is captivating, and you may even find yourself indulging in the local cuisine: scorpion on a stick. To seek out the very best finds, follow the locals; they have all the insider tips.

Beihai Park

Holidays to Beijing are often active and full of lively day trips, so take a visit to Beihai Park and unwind by the serene lake. With restaurants and cafes lining the perimeter of the lake, there’s no reason not to spend a day here strolling around the hills, trees and temples. Kayak or boat across the lake to experience beautiful views of the park and cherish the tranquil atmosphere.

798 Art District

Housing a thriving artistic community in the unique state-owned factory buildings, these contemporary art galleries are bursting with urban culture and cutting-edge art. It’s perfect for a rainy day with a selection of exhibition halls, film screenings, individual shops and bizarre yet wonderful art.

The numbers 798 symbolise the country’s innovative art movement led by the liberated artistic personalities with alternative goals for life. Holding world class and international Chinese exhibitions frequently, this is the largest and most influential district in the whole of China.

Beijing Business Venues

Business venues in Beijing
Rosewood Beijing

Taking contemporary sophistication to new heights, the Rosewood Beijing has two ballrooms and two function rooms, holding up to 800 people in the grand auditorium. Each venue offers the latest technology and state-of-the-art audio and visual equipment, along with a team of certified hotel meeting associates to ensure that everything is flawless.

The Peninsula Beijing

Providing meeting rooms with cutting-edge technology, The Peninsula Beijing is the ideal business venue for anything from a boardroom meeting to a three day conference.

China World Summit Wing

China World Summit Wing is located in the heart of Beijing’s central business district and has 55 meeting rooms to choose from. China World Summit Wing at the China World Trade Centre is one of Beijing’s most prestigious addresses with a breathtaking view of the city; the perfect place to hold a large business event.

Beijing’s Nearby Cities

Luxury Beijing holidays don’t always mean staying in one city. Hongqiao, Datong and Zibo are within driving distance and can are easily accessed. These cities are ideal if you are working or travelling in the area.

Beijing’s Fast Facts

  • Currency = China Yuan Renminbi (CNY).
  • Time zone = GMT + 8 (The UK is 8 hours behind Beijing)
  • Fly from = Many UK airports, including London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle and Leeds Bradford.
  • Hottest months = July and August.

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