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Guide to Beijing, China

Beijing is the capital of the most populous country in the world, China, and it’s second largest city after Shanghai. Beijing is the educational, cultural and political centre of China and hosted the Summer Olympics in 2008.

Top reasons to visit Beijing

Visit the uniquely eccentric ‘Birds Nest Stadium’ - site of the athletics during the Summer Olympics 2008.

Explore Chinese culture and learn the ways of the ancient world in the Forbidden City.

take a day trip to the Great Wall of China

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Main areas of Beijing

Beijing is a very flat city, with only 3 hills within the city limits, and has concentric ring roads (actually rectangular) which radiate out from the city centre.

Beijing has two central districts, Xicheng and Dongcheng, located within Ring Road 2. Here you will find the ancient old walled city, most of the hotels, and plenty drinking, entertainment and eating options.

The next four districts, Haidian, Chaoyang, Shijingshan are known as the inner suburbs, and include the Western Hills, universities, Olympic venues, embassy and business areas and more drinking, entertainment and eating options.

Top Attractions in Beijing

  • Forbidden City
  • Temple of Heaven
  • Summer and Winter Palace
  • Tiananmen Square
  • Parks - Beihai, Jingshan
  • National (or Birds Nest) Stadium
  • Lama Temple
  • Great Wall of China
  • Amusement parks - Crystal Wing, Beijing World Park, Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park
  • Skyscrapers - CCTV Headquarters, Beijing Television Cultural Centre, China World Trade Centre Tower III

Shopping in Beijing

Beijing’s most famous shopping streets are Wangfujing, Nanluoguxiang.

  • Books - The Bookworm
  • Department Stores - New China Children’s Store, Walmart
  • Malls - Beijing apm, Golden Resources, Village at Sanlitun, Solana Lifestyle Shopping Park
  • Markets - Silk Market, Tea Street, New Wudaokou Clothing Market, Hongqiao Pearl Market

Eating in Beijing

Beijing local delicacies include:-

  • tofu
  • hand-made noodles
  • Peking duck

Recommended restaurants include Mosto, Comptoirs, Let’s Burger Plus, Alameda, Capital M, Dadong Roast Duck Restaurant, Li Yuan Theatre, Art-Restaurant Dacha, Post Box.

Nightlife and Entertainment in Beijing

  • Bars - Lush, Great Leap Brewing,Paddy O’Shea’s, Reef Bar, Vics, Forbidden City Cafe, The Den, Paulaner
  • Cocktails - Migas, Mao Mao Chong Bar
  • Drinking/nightlife tour - Beijing by Night: Insider’s Nightlife Tour
  • Live Music - Mao Live House, Star Live, Jiangjin, East Shore Live Jazz Cafe
  • Lounges and Clubs - Face Bar
  • Museums - Capital Museum, Palace Museum, National Museum of China
  • Arts - Dashanzi Arts District

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