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Chengde Mountain Resort

Chengde Mountain ResortNearby City

4.5/58,674 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Construction of the resort began in 1703 and took 89 years to complete, spanning the reigns of the Qing emperors Kangxi, Yongzheng, and Qianlong. This was the second political center apart from Beijing during the Qing dynasty. The mountain resort is divided into four major areas. On the south side are the palace and lake areas, and on the north side are the mountain and grassland areas. The palace and lake areas house the essence of the mountain resort. The lake area contains many examples of architecture from China’s Jiangnan region just south of the Yangtze River. These are a result of the love the emperors Kangxi and Qianlong had for the Jiangnan scenery.
Qingshan Pass

Qingshan PassNearby City

4.5/5144 Reviews
Historical Site
7:00-17:30 (Local time)
Sitting north of Qianxi County, Tangshan City, Qingshan Pass boasts main scenic spots such as the ancient Great Wall and Qingshan Pass Castle, where people can visit historical sites, climb the Great Wall and enjoy the mountain scenery. Aside from visiting the castle, climbing the Great Wall is the main recreational activity in the scenic area. As the Great Wall has not undergone much renovation, it remains in its primitive state, allowing tourists to view the alluring and colorful natural scenery.
Great Wall Baiyangyu Tourist Area

Great Wall Baiyangyu Tourist AreaNearby City

4.4/586 Reviews
Historical Site
7:00-17:30 (Local time)
Baiyangyu is situated in Dacuizhuang Town, Qi'an City. Great Wall Baiyangyu was built in the early Ming Dynasty and brick-wrapped, thickened and reinforced in the Longqing and Wanli years of the late Ming Dynasty. The city base and the base of watch towers are mostly marble, which is rare in the ten thousand li pass mountain. The Shenwei Tower built on the West Mountain in the Wanli Bingshen year (1596) combines the enemy tower and the watch tower, a unique shape, which is rare along the Great Wall. The Horse Stall (also known as Huangcheng, actually belonging to Yuecheng) echoes with the castle on the edge of the Baiyang River, existing side by side, which only exists in Qian'an in the entire Great Wall.
Liaozhongjing Ruins

Liaozhongjing RuinsNearby City

4.4/522 Reviews
Historical Site
Open all day (Local time)
Lizheng Gate

Lizheng GateNearby City

4.4/573 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
7:00-17:00 (Local time)
Wenjin Pavilion

Wenjin PavilionNearby City

4.7/567 Reviews
Garden
Historical Site
Gubei Water Town

Gubei Water TownNearby City

4.6/55,942 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
9:00-22:00 (Local time)
Gubei Water Town is located on the northeast side of Miyun County in Beijing. It is about 140 kilometers from the Beijing Municipality. Regarded as 'Wuzhen in Beijing', Gubei Water Town boasts a combination of mountains, water and ancient villages. The town was built on the foundations of five sub natural villages of Simatai Village at the foot of Simatai Great Wall, the most dangerous and majestic section of the entire Great Wall. Visitors may indulge in hot springs, local cuisine, and take a hike up Simatai Great Wall, making this town a great choice for a relaxing getaway in the suburbs of Beijing.
Daming Pagoda

Daming PagodaNearby City

4.3/520 Reviews
Ancient Pagoda
Historical Site
Hongshan Culture Site

Hongshan Culture SiteNearby City

4.4/558 Reviews
Historical Site
9:00-16:00 (Local time)
Eastern Qing Tombs

Eastern Qing TombsNearby City

4.6/51,421 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site
Cemetery
Located in the northwest of Zunhua City, the Eastern Qing Tombs house the remains of the Shunzhi, Kangxi, and Qianlong emperors of the Qing dynasty (1644-1912). There are also many court members buried here such as Empress Dowager Cixi and the legendary Fragrant Concubine. The site has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The whole complex is centered on the filial tomb of the Shunzhi emperor, and each tomb garden is structurally composed of palace-style walls, a square Ming-style building with a lower portion similar to a city wall, and a baoding (large grave mound). The stone funerary steles are inscribed with Chinese, Manchu, and Mongolian script. When visiting the Eastern Qing Tombs, you can enjoy seeing many architectural treasures. The decoration and carving styles of each tomb differ, but all are representative of the high level of architecture of the time.