The Summer Palace is the largest existing and the best-preserved royal garden in China, was one of the “Three Hills and Five Gardens” in the western suburbs of Beijing
Ming Tombs, a natural scenic spot, is the architectural complex of mausoleums of thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Yuanmingyuan Ruins Park was completed in 1988, with only the landscape system, garden pattern and building foundations remaining, and the remnants of rockery and carvings still visible.
Located in the western suburbs of Beijing, Fragrant Hills Park has a treacherous terrain and lush greenery. Covering an area of 188 hectares, it is a royal garden featuring mountains and forests.
One of the largest royal palace complexes of the Qing Dynasty
The Xiannong Altar was built in the eighteenth year of Yongle of Ming Dynasty (1420), formerly known as the "Shanchuan Altar (Mountain and River Altar)".
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.