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15/04/2015

Beijing travel - Top 4 Parks Must to See in Beijing

Fragrant Hills Park China tour deals (in the northwest corner of Beijing). Good place for weekend excursions and picnics. Previously, the Qing imperial garden, Xiangshan today a short easy climb in the suburbs of Beijing. It also is home to the Fragrant Hills Hotel, designed by renowned architect IM Pei (Louvre pyramid).

 

Temple of Heaven. south-east of Qianmen and the Tiananmen Square Extreme. Not just a pretty sight, but also surrounded by a vast public park popular with local residents practicing tai chi, dance, and so on in the mornings and on weekends. Home to many ancient trees, and green space in Beijing. Just a few minutes walk from the historic sites will lead you to the peaceful woods and, amazingly, solitude (especially in relation to the door in the West). The temple itself was a place where the emperor prayed every year for good harvests and good weather. The most convenient way to get there take the Subway Line 5 Tiantandongmen (that China travel service Tiantan East Gate).

Beihai Park (Take Bus 101, 103, 109 846 to the southern gate, the bus 13118810 to the northern gate, facing the Hai Shi Sha). From November to March from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 9:00 April-Oct-17 hours. Beihai is a good place to look at the Zhongnanhai, the heart of communist China. There is a big island and white pagoda which was built in 17 century. The giant building on the west outside the Ministry of Defence of the People’s Republic of China and the General Staff, which, frankly, ruin the scene of the West Bank. On the north shore, you can visit some small but beautiful gardens. 20 yen.

Beijing Jinshan Park – The Coal Hill is the hill of coal due north of the Forbidden Hill city China Holidays. The Coal Hill or Jinshan Park is 44.6 meters high and its elevation was 88.7 feet. If you look down at Jinshan Park by satellite, it is just like a Buddha seated cross-legged ‘s.%%@af$ko&we*415

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