Located in the center of downtown Beijing, east of Tian'anmen Square, Zhongshan Park covers an area of 23.8 hectares and is a classical altar and temple garden with a monumental purpose.
Shichahai Scenic Area is the only open scenic area with open water in the inner city of Beijing, and it is also the largest and most well-preserved historical district in Beijing.
It was inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1987 and is the only ancient architectural site in China that has been preserved in its original form during the Ming Dynasty.
Shuiguan Great Wall is the site of the Great Wall of the Ming Dynasty, and has a history of more than 400 years.
Located in the territory of Liujiadian, Pinggu District, Yaji Mountain is a Taoist holy place in North China.
Blessing Place, the Birthplace of Buddhism in the North
In 1992, this temple was selected as one of the "World's Best of Beijing Tourism" as the temple with the largest number of stone sutra plates in the world.
Originally named Huiju Temple, the temple is commonly known as the Jietan Temple because of the largest Buddhist altar in China.
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.