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There are loads of awesome things you can do when you're somewhere new. So why not get your trip to Beijing off to a great start by perusing some of our recommendations? After all – out there starts here!
If you're visiting Beijing, checking out Tiananmen Square and Forbidden City should be at the top of your itinerary. These star attractions have played a vital role in putting this city on the map, are they're bound to make a big impression.
You won't have to worry about a boring moment in this bustling city. The Temple of Heaven and Beihai Park will make sure you're always on the move. The CCTV Headquarters and the Great Hall of the People are some more worthwhile sights that won't disappoint you.
Tiananmen stands as an important reminder of history. Discover why this commemorative piece was commissioned and better understand the local heritage and accomplishments. There's an excellent range of things to keep you busy in this destination. A quick way to truly immerse yourself in a region's culture is to swing by its lively marketplaces. Browse through the products and shop like a local at Hongqiao Market. Still have some time to spare? Structures that honour the dead are often both impressive and sobering. Swing by Chairman Mao Memorial Hall for some quiet contemplation.
A holiday is a good time to stop, recharge and unwind. It's also the ideal time to open yourself to new experiences!
This place has a range of activities on offer. Here are some suggestions to kick start your trip to Beijing:
If you want to take a look at all the activities on offer, head to the Beijing things to do page.
Get a running start on your Beijing travel itinerary by securing somewhere to stay. There are 1,110 accommodation in the national capital that can be booked via Expedia. We have luxury getaways and cheap holidays for every kind of traveller.
Upscale options such as the Pangu 7 Star Hotel (27 Central North 4th Ring Road) and the Shangri-La China World Summit Wing, Beijing (No.1 Jianguomenwai Avenue) are bound to please even the most discerning travellers. If you've added up the numbers and these don't agree with your budget, don't fret — we have some more economical options. Take a look at the Beijing Hotel NUO Wangfujing (33 Chang An Avenue, Dongcheng District) and the Super 8 Hotel Guozhan - Beijing (1 Xiaohuangzhuang Rd Heping W).
A real highlight of any stay in Beijing is Tiananmen Square. If you'd prefer to stay within close proximity of this world-famous attraction, The Imperial Mansion, Beijing Marriott Executive Apartments and the Beijing Hotel are both great options.
Have you booked your plane tickets for your trip to Beijing yet? When you land, get ready to stroll out into Nanyuan Airport (NAY). It's 8 miles (13 km) from here to the main streets of town.
*Savings based on all holiday package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.com from January through December 2017, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.
The hotel itself is beautiful, very nice, the lobby is magnificent to look at. Some of the hotel staff are rude. The prices for food and drinks in the lobby lounge are VERY expensive, equivalent to $25AUD for one pot of tea!!!! The hotel is also a long way from any restaurants, so keep this in mind ...
Thoroughly gorgeous spacious facility, room the same and restaurant/breakfast buffet delicious, varied, opulent. Fitness center excellent and huge. Next door mall a bonus. Concierge service fabulous. Location in Central bus. District but not far from Forbidden City and other sites.
Excellent, super helpful staff! Lovely beds, rooms are all spacious and great water pressure in the showers
nice , clean facility, closed to subway, line 5, nice front desk staff, particularly Russel Lee, very helpful , good English , knowlegeable about the city of Beijing.