Easy to get to by subway. There is quite a lot of walking and the hike to the top of Longevity Hill can be a challenge depending on which path you take. You could easily spend the whole day there if you enjoy the park setting. #wintergetaway
The Summer Palace, the royal garden of the Qing Dynasty, is also the most preserved royal palace in China, and is known as the "Royal Garden Museum."
In the autumn, walk into the Summer Palace, the light and shadow mottled, the layers of forests are dyed, the red walls and yellow tiles, beautiful, revealing the glass of each column, faintly can see the royal rest of the Qing Dynasty. The world reflected on the glass, such as walking in two time and space, feels the skill of the craftsmen of the year.
30 season in the peak season, 20 yuan in the off season
6 am - 6
The Summer Palace, the royal garden of the Qing Dynasty in China, formerly known as Qingyi Garden, is located in the western suburbs of Beijing, 15 kilometers from the urban area and covers an area of about 290 hectares. Adjacent to Yuanmingyuan.
Like the Forbidden City, it is an attraction that must go to Beijing. It gives me the feeling that the Summer Palace is more shocking than the Forbidden City. The first was built on the mountain. At that time, the play was slowly coming down from the mountains. The buildings that came down all the way were built on the mountain. The symmetry of the paintings is really good.
The spring of Beijing will probably come in April. The spring in Beijing is a good time to see magnolia. If you want to see magnolia, you can go to the Summer Palace. There are many plants in the courtyard near the North Palace Gate. Remember to bring telephoto, otherwise It's hard to get the details.
In addition to the Summer Palace, Beihai Park or Shichahai, you can also go around, there are a lot of flowers inside, and the spring of Beijing, the wind and the sun, the air quality is very good, suitable for the weekend to go.
Situated in the Haidian District northwest of Beijing, the Summer Palace is a Unesco World Heritage site that used to be the palace and garden of the emperors of the Qing Dynasty. It is the largest and most well preserved royal park in China. Construction of the palace began in 1750 and it served as a residential and entertainment area for the royal members. The palace underwent two major reconstructions after suffering damages during invasions by the Anglo-French Allied Forces and the Eight-Power Allied Forces during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Summer Palace can be divided into three sectors: a political activity area centered at the Hall of Benevolence and Longevity; an empress living area concentrated around the Hall of Jade Billows and Hall of Joy and Longevity; and a tour route concentrated along the long corridor, rear hill, and the west sector.