The Central Radio and Television Tower is a comprehensive building integrating radio and television transmission with tourism and catering entertainment, and is an important symbol of Beijing's modernization.
The whole palace area is 133,400 square meters and holds 374 wax statues. It is one of the largest waxworks museums in Asia
Beijing Film Tourism City is a tourist attraction incorporating tourism and sightseeing, film and TV-related services, and culture and entertainment.
The Beijing 798 Art Zone, named after the 798 factory built in the 1950s, is located in the northeast corner of Beijing city