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Jianguo Hotel Beijing is situated adjacent to the Beijing diplomatic quarter, in the heart of Beijing Central Business District, just 1 minute walking distance ...
Jianguo Hotel BeijingSG$106Jianguo Hotel BeijingSG$106
Park Plaza Beijing Wangfujing Hotel is a modern oasis, ideal for both leisure and business guests. Centrally located in the heart of Beijing's bustling and developing ...
Park Plaza Beijing WangfujingSG$139Park Plaza Beijing WangfujingSG$139
Just 1 km (0.6 mi) from the China World Trade Center, this hotel offers modern luxury in the heart of the business-and-financial district. The Forbidden City ...
Grand Millennium BeijingSG$145Grand Millennium BeijingSG$145
Ideally situated in the midst of Beijing’s financial district, with access to major corporate headquarters, the hotel is just minutes from cultural icons such ...
The Westin Beijing Financial StreetSG$210The Westin Beijing Financial StreetSG$210
Situated on the Strip, this luxury hotel is 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from Goldenport Park Circuit and within 12 mi (20 km) of New China International Exhibition Center ...
Hilton Beijing Capital AirportSG$183Hilton Beijing Capital AirportSG$183
Located in Beijing Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Yintai Centre and CCTV Headquarters. Tiananmen Square and Tiananmen ...
Shangri-La's China World Hotel, BeijingSG$147Shangri-La's China World Hotel, BeijingSG$147
Located in Dongdan, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Ancient Observatory, Tiananmen Square, and Tiananmen. China Museum of History and Wangfujing Street are ...
Beijing International HotelSG$126Beijing International HotelSG$126
Bustling Beijing is best known as China's national capital and second most populous city as well as the 2008 Olympics host city. Skyscrapers and wide streets have replaced several of the narrower hutongs which once dominated Beijing's streets, but there are still centuries of history to be found at Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, and the Temple of Heaven. Tourists can even travel to the legendary Great Wall of China near Beijing's outskirts.Don’t Miss
Dongcheng is the district containing most of Beijing's most historic landmarks, including Tian'anmen Square and the 1,000 Forbidden City buildings. Chairman Mao Memorial Hall and the Great Hall of the People are both situated near Tian'anmen, the world's biggest public square. The Temple of Heaven stands in the Chongwen district, while the marble Marco Polo Bridge is over eight centuries old.
Xicheng, the district to the west of Dongcheng, is home to the National Centre for Performing Arts, Beihai Park, and Beijing Zoo. Most of the 2008 Olympics venues are located in the Chaoyang District near the 798 Art Zone, whle the Old and New Summer Palaces are the best known attractions in the northwest Hadian District.
Beijing's long list of museums includes the China Science and Technology Museum, the National History Museum, and the National Art Museum of China. Visitors may also enjoy Beijing Amusement Park, Beijing Botanical Garden, or the Beijing Planetarium during their stay in China's capital city. It takes no more than an hour to reach the Great Wall of China by bus from Beijing.Restaurants and Bars
Peking duck is undoubtedly Beijing's best known signature dish, but China's capital is filled with plenty more renowned international restaurants and Western fast food chains. Visitors who want to sample the local jincai cuisine, however, can choose from numerous dishes made with tofu, noodles, or dumplings called shuijiao. The side dishes most likely to accompany Peking duck are bean paste, pancakes, and chopped spring onions. Beijing's leading culinary districts are Sanlitun, Dongzhimen, Wangfujing, and the more affordable Wudaokou area of the city's university district.Shopping
Qianmen, Dashilar, Xidan, and Wangfujing Dalie are Beijing's biggest shopping districts, but modern shopping centres and bustling outdoor markets can be found in nearly every section of China's capital. No Beijing market, however, is larger than the one which takes place near Dongsanhuan Nanlu and attracts over 50,000 people every weekend. The Jianguomenwai Dajie's Xiushui Silk Market is also worth browsing, but shoppers should always haggle and watch out for counterfeit goods at all Beijing markets.