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What to See in Beijing

The Mutianyu Great Wall

慕田峪长城

The Mutianyu Great Wall is about 80 kilometers to the northeast from downtown Beijing. It has been first built in 1404 in the early Ming Dynasty. It's the most popular section among foreign tourists . Unlike the Badaling Great Wall, the Mutianyu section has a beautiful landscape all year round, and is less crowded. The Toboggan is a unique feature of the Mutianyu Great Wall. Kids would love it!


Opening time:  

8 am to 16:30 pm from 1st Nov. to 31st March
7:30 am to 17:00 pm from 1st April to 31st Oct.


Tickets: 

45 RMB for adult and 25 RMB for kid (1.2 m to 1.5 m); 15 RMB for the Shuttle bus.

 

The Forbidden City

紫禁城

The Forbidden City was the former Imperial Palace during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It's located in the city center of Beijing, just next to the Tian'anmen Square. The Forbidden city was built 600 years ago in the Ming Dynasty. It's the largest and best-preserved imperial Palace in the World. Normally, we need at least 2 hours to visit the Forbidden City.

Opening Time:  

8:30 am to 16:30 pm from 1st Nov. to 31st Mar.

8:30 am to 17:00 pm from 1st April to 31st Oct.

 
Tickets: 

40 RMB for adult; 20 RMB for kid & senior from 1st Nov. to 31st March.

60 RMB for adults; 20 RMB for kid; 30 RMB for senior from 1st April to 31st Oct.

 

The Summer Palace

颐和园

The Summer Palace was the former imperial Garden in the Qing Dynasty.  It has been first built in 1750 by the Emperor Qian long for his mum's birthday celebration. But unfortunately it has been burnt down in 1860 by the Anglo-French Allied Forces. The Garden today has been rebuilt in the late Qing Dynasty for the Empress Dowager Cixi. It occupies an area of over 290 hectares(716 acres).


Opening Time:  

8:00 am to 16:00 pm from 1st Nov. to 31st Mar. 

8:00 am to 17:00 pm from 1st April to 31st Oct.


Tickets: 

20 RMB for adult; 10 RMB for kid & free for senior from 1st Nov. to 31st Mar.

30 RMB for adult; 15 RMB for kid & free for senior from 1st April to 31st Oct.

 

The Temple of Heaven

天坛

The Temple of Heaven was first built in 1420, in the Ming Dynasty. It was the largest Heaven-worshipping architecture in the World. It covers an area of 273 hectares (674 acres).  It's one of the major scenic spots in Beijing. It's opened as a public park today. A lot of local people do morning exercise here, dancing, singing, Tai chi and so on.


Opening Time:

8:00 am to 16:30 pm from 1st Nov. to 31st Mar.
8:00 am to 17:30 pm from 1st Apr. to 31st Oct.


Tickets: 

28 RMB for adult; 14 RMB for kid & free for senior from 1st Nov. to 31st March

34 RMB for adult; 17 RMB for kid & free for senior from 1st April to 31st Oct.

The Ming Tombs

十三陵

The Ming Tombs is about 50 kilometers far to the north of Beijing. There are 13 Emperors who have been buried in this area, so it is called "Thirteen Ming Tombs". Normally, "the Great Wall and Ming Tombs" is a typical one day tour.  There are only three tombs and the Sacred Way are opened to the public. Changling is the biggest and best-preserved tomb there. Dingling is the only one which has been excavated so far. You can visit the Underground Palace.  The Sacred Way is famous for the huge stone statues.


Opening Time:  8:00 am to 17:30 pm


Tickets:   Free for senior. Kid is half price.

45 RMB, 30 RMB, 20 RMB for different Tomb from 1st Nov. to 31st March. 

60 RMB, 45 RMB, 30 RMB for different Tomb from 1st April to 31st Oct.