The first construction was in the Jin Dynasty, and it finally took shape in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was the private garden of the emperor at that time. Among them, the White Pagoda on Qiong Island is very spectacular and one of the symbols of Beihai Park. There is also a landscape of Nine Dragon Wall that is also worth visiting.
The location is okay and the view is good. It is recommended that parent-child travel take the children to enjoy a pleasant weekend holiday.
Nice place on a lakeside. Good time to visit is in the evening.
Located in Xicheng District Beihai Park is one of the most beautiful parks in Beijing and it is well worth the stroll. Quite big and serene area to explore, tourists can witness locals practicing Tai Chi. The entrance fee is reasonable. You can easily spend the whole day here as there are lots of things to do – go boating, visit temples, climb up the White Dagoba or simply relax.
Northwest of the Forbidden City is the picturesque Beihai Park. It's one of the largest parks in Beijing and features a lake, temples and pagodas among lush greenery. The White Pagoda, set on a hill, is the centerpiece of the park. Throughout the area you'll see locals exercising, playing chess and spending leisure time together.
Beihai Park is located in the central area of Beijing, adjacent to Jingshan to the east, Zhongnanhai to the south, and Shichahai to the north. It belongs to ancient Chinese imperial gardens. The whole park is centered on Beihai. The whole park covers an area of 69 hectares (39 hectares of water surface). It used to be the imperial palace built in the Liao, Jin, and Yuan Dynasties. It was opened as an imperial palace in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It was opened as a park in 1925. AAAA-level tourist attractions.