Located in Liulimiao Town, Qifengshan National Forest Park is about 80 km from downtown Beijing.
Beijing Institute of Technology Gymnasium, a distinguished indoor arena, is holding the Olympic Games volleyball events.
Round City is the city wall built in the Ming Dynasty, and the water surface of both the east rose to the height of the ground.
Beijing Books Building is a flagship bookstore with the largest scale and the most abundant book varieties in Beijing.
The China Watermelon Museum is the first specialized museum to focus on China’s ancient melon culture.
Built in 1968, Beijing Capital Gymnasium located in the east Baishi Bridge of Haidian District, nearby the Beijing Zoo.
Wenchang Dijun Temple, also called Zitong Temple, is the temple for citizens worship Wenchang Dijun, the god of career. Ancient people worship here with sacrifices for a successful career.
Qianling Mountain was given the name because it enjoys the light of the sun and the moon, situated about 30 kilometers away from downtown Beijing。
Zhihua Temple, an oasis of quiet courtyards and exquisite Buddhist artwork in the heart of the Central Business District, was built by the corrupt eunuch Wang Zhen in 1443 as his personal ancestral hall, but was later converted to a temple.
Beijing Back Garden Scenic Spot lies at the junction of Taihang Mountain and Yanshan Mountain