The Great Wall, an extremely magnificent military defensive project in Ancient China, is a super cultural heritage from our ancestors.
With more than 500 years of history, Forbidden City is the largest and most well-preserved imperial residence in China. When entering, you may feel like you are walking through history.
Tiananmen Square is the heart of Beijing and features some of the most recognized symbols of China.
Screened by mountains on three sides, Ming Tombs is the largest clusters of imperial cemeteries in China.
As a famous classical imperial garden, Summer Palace is a veritable museum of garden type architecture of different styles from different regions in China.
Temple of Heaven
Built in 1420, Temple of Heaven was the place where the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties worshipped heaven and prayed for good harvests.
Lama Temple, once the palace for Emperor Yong Zheng, is the biggest and most well preserved lamasery.
Characteristic of Beijing, Hutong have become a museum of Beijing's folk customs and history.
Covers an area of 90 hectares, Beijing Zoo currently houses more than 5,500 animals from over 650 species.
Beijing is flushed with Olympic triumph. The city's new sports arenas, the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube, are as dazzling as the Forbidden City.
Every minute a visitor spends in Beijing is filled with amazing sights and a rich experience of Chinese culture. Wish you have a wonderful visa free Beijing tour.