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
Beijing Aquarium is an inland aquarium that integrates ornamental, science education, leisure and entertainment, and business exhibition.
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 at the foot of Xishan Mountain, Beijing Botanical Garden covers an area of 400 hectares.
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.
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.
Zizhuyuan Park, also known as the Purple Bamboo Park, was built in 1953
Yuyuantan Park is most famous for the cherry blossoms planted in the park. Every year, at the end of April and beginning of May, the park holds the "Cherry Blossom Festival", which attracts a large number of visitors.
The mysterious ocean animals will really attract you Wandering in the underwater world, you will enjoy a different world
Everyone is familiar with the red leaves in Xiangshang Mountain and there is another scenic spot for appreciating red leaves on the other side of Xishan