The Beijing Olympic Water Park is the ideal place for water sports and recreation programs.
It is the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshiped the "imperial earth god" and is the largest surviving altar of the earth in China.
Located in the Dongcheng District of Beijing, Longtan Park covers an area of 49.2 hectares and is the main place for leisure, entertainment and fitness for most residents of the southern part of the city.
The Zhoukoudian site has two parts: the site area and the museum. It opens to the public all year round.
As the former site of Pingxi Mansion during the Yongzheng period of the Qing Dynasty, Wave Town has a long history of three hundred years.
It challenges the spatial concept of traditional commerce, exploring an experiential consumption model, and creates a new world of leisure shopping.
Beijing Chaoyang Park is a comprehensive, multi-functional, large-scale cultural leisure and entertainment park with a focus on landscaping. It is the largest urban park within the 4th Ring Road of Beijing.
Beijing World Park is a cultural miniature landscape park with a concentration of 108 world-famous architectural landscapes from 55 countries of 5 continents.
It is a large public welfare city park integrating garden art, cultural landscape, ecological leisure and science education.