Beijing is the northern capital of China
Beijing is the capital of the PRC and one of the largest megacities on the world map.
The name «Beijing» translates as «the Northern Capital». The first settlements on the site where the modern city is now located, existed in the 11th century BC. The history of China has left many places of interest here, which attract thousands of tourists every year.The most outstanding ancient buildings of Beijing are the buildings of the Forbidden City, the largest palace complex in the world, which served as the residence of Chinese emperors until 1912. Today, the Forbidden City is a museum of works of art and traditional Chinese architecture. Among the ancient monuments, it is also worth noting the Summer Palace, the Wanping Fortress, and the Bell and Drum Towers. All of them are noted in the city guide.Other popular places in the city are Tiananmen Square, the largest in the world with a gate of the same name, the National Museum of China and the mausoleum of the ruler Mao Zedong.The metropolitan area is tangled by a web of roads and railways. Transportation in Beijing includes metro lines and nearly 600 bus and trolleybus routes.
- Basketball Pitch
- Fitness Centre
- Multi-sport Pitch
- Swimming Pool
- Beauty Shop
- Chemist Shop
- Clothes shop
- Computer Store
- Department Store
- Furniture Store
- Gift Shop
- Hardware store
- Liquor Store
- Photo Shop
- Shoe Store
- Sports Goods
- Ticket Shop
- Toy Store
- Wine Shop
Page One (叶壹堂)
Page One is a chain book store from Singapore. They currently have three stores in Beijing. Sanlitun store is the first one runs 7 x 24.
Soloist Coffee Co.
Soloist, an indie coffee shop, dedicating to provide micro-roasted specialty coffee crafted by artisanal baristas in a vintage industrial interior decoration.
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UCCA Center for Contemporary Art is China’s leading contemporary art institution. Committed to the belief that art can deepen lives and transcend boundaries, UCCA presents a wide range of exhibitions, public programs, and research initiatives to a public of more than one million visitors each year.
Great Leap Brewing (大跃啤酒)
Pairs the best craft beer Beijing has to offer with pizzas voted among the best in town. Hardwood tables, steel signs, and chalkboards give it a hand-crafted, local feel, like the beer itself. We source local ingredients, including hops, teas, spices, fruits, coffees, sugars and honeys.
Yonghegong Lama Temple (雍和宫)
The Yonghe Temple (Chinese 雍和宮, pinyin Yōng hé gōng, Palace of Peace and Harmony), also known as the "Yonghe Lamasery", or -popularly- the "Lama Temple", is a temple and monastery of the Geluk School of Tibetan Buddhism.
The British School of Bejing, Shunyi
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Chaoyang Theater 朝阳剧场
Chaoyang Theatre is proud to present the marvel of Chinese acrobatics: "Flying Acrobatic Show" in Beijing.
Beetle in a Box (盒子里的甲虫)
This gem of a coffee shop offers a small but classy selection of high-end vodkas, whiskies and hard-to-find European bottled beers. Dark walls are accentuated by the pensive stare of Samuel Beckett and a few posters of the owner's own design.
Beijing South Railway Station (北京南站)
The Beijing South Railway Station is a large railway station in Fengtai District, Beijing, about 7.5 km south of central Beijing, between the 2nd and 3rd ring roads.