Zhaojialou Hotel, located at No. 1 Zhaojialou Hutong, Dongcheng District, is a pink five-story building.
Mr. Cai Yuanpei’s former residence in Beijing is a courtyard with three entrances from east to west in Dongtangzi Hutong, Dongcheng District, with a construction area of about 368 square meters.
As the birthplace of the May Fourth Movement, the Red House of Peking University was once the main front for the spread of Marxism in early China, leaving behind many "red stories".
Chinese Culture Garden is a theme park focusing on spreading Chinese culture and strengthening patriotism education.
Sculpture Garden of China's Anti-Japanese War was built to commemorate the 55th anniversary of the victory of the Anti-Japanese War.
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.
Zhangfang Ancient Battle Tunnel is one of the heritage conservation sites in Beijing and is the only known underground military facility in Beijing.
Built in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Pudu Temple (formerly East Garden of Imperial City), also called Little South City, was originally the residence for the prince.
Located in Beijing’s Xicheng District, Jinzhongdu Park was constructed on the site of the capital city in the Jin Dynasty (1115-1236).