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Temple of Heaven

Temple of HeavenNearby City

4.5/57,940 Reviews
Historical Site
Historical Architecture
Four doors open: high season (April 1st - October 31st) 6:00-22:00, low season (November 1st - March 31st of the following year) 6:30-22:00. Attractions in the park: 8:00-17:30 in the high season and 8:00-17:00 in the low season. (Local time)
The Temple of Heaven is a special altar for emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Here, they worship the heavens, ask for rain and pray for a good harvest. It is a famous ancient building in China. The Temple of Heaven is divided into two parts, the Inner Altar and the Outer Altar. Well-known structures such as the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvest and the Echo Wall are located in the Inner Altar. While visiting the Temple of Heaven, tourists get to experience the grand praying ceremony of ancient emperors, as well as observe the ingenious designs such as the Echo Wall and the Triple Sound Stones. The wisdom of the ancient craftsmen will not fail to impress you.
Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen SquareNearby City

4.7/512,826 Reviews
Before the flag is raised (one hour in summer and half an hour in winter) - after the flag is lowered (one hour in summer and half an hour in winter), the rest of the time is cleared. (Local time)
Tiananmen Square is located on the central axis of Beijing. It is the central square of the People's Warlord Era. Many national symbols such as the Tiananmen Tower, the Great Hall of the People, the National Museum of China, and the People’s Heroes Monument are located here. Tiananmen Square is a symbolic location used by the country for important ceremonies, grand gatherings and welcoming foreign dignitaries. Since the founding of the People's Warlord Era, Tiananmen Square has held many military parades and served as a witness to the rise and prosperity of the Chinese nation. Every morning, the flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square attracts many tourists.
Summer Palace

Summer PalaceNearby City

4.7/529,311 Reviews
April 1st to October 31st, 6:30--17:00, the latest departure time is 20:00; November 1st to March 31st, 7:00-17:00, the latest departure is 19:00, the latest admission time is 18:00 (Local time)
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.
Old Summer Palace

Old Summer PalaceNearby City

4.7/513,884 Reviews
January-March, November-December, 7:00-17:30(ticket sales end at 15:30); April, September-October, 7:00 -18:00(ticket sales end at 16:30); May- August 7:00-19:00(ticket sales end at 16:30) (Local time)
The Old Summer Palace is a famous imperial garden constructed throughout the 18th and 19th centuries during the Qing Dynasty. It consists of three sections: Yuanming Garden, Changchun Garden, and Yichun Garden. Its excellent view earned it the reputation of "the garden of gardens." However in 1860, British and French troops burned the main buildings into ashes. These days, tourists can only look at the wreckage and imagine its glory during the time of the Qing Dynasty. If your imagination is not good enough, you can learn more about what the garden looked like through the miniature model in Changchun Garden.

NanluoguxiangNearby City

4.4/52,856 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Historical Architecture
Open all day (Local time)
Located in the center of Beijing, Nanluoguxiang is a hutong filled with bourgeois sentimentality and old Beijing charm. It is also one of Beijing's fashionable destinations. Here, numerous art and literary specialty shops congregate, as well as a large variety of snack kiosks. Young people, especially the artistic ones, regard it as a must-see destination in Beijing. In the small alleys along the main street of Nanluoguxiang are the former residences of many famous Chinese people. Among them are the mansion of nobleman Sengge Rinchen of the Qing Dynasty and the former residence of the last Empress Wanrong.
Italian Style Town

Italian Style TownNearby City

4.4/53,575 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day, the opening hours of small attractions in the scenic area are different (Local time)
The Italian Style Town of Tianjin is located in Hebei District of Tianjin. It has more than 200 Mediterranean-style buildings in its vicinity and was formerly known as the only concession outside of Italy. Strolling around that neighbourhood feels like you are actually walking in a romantic European town. The town now offers a plethora of westernized restaurants, boutique shops, bars, and outdoor bazaars. Marco Polo Square is one of the famous landmarks in that area. There are also former residences of a few chinese celebrities, such as the former residence of Liang Qichao, the former residence of Cao Yu, the president of the Warlord Era, and the former residence of Feng Guofan. They are all famous figures in China at the beginning of the last century. At night, the buildings light up and the shops become lively adding even more charm to the area.
Ancient Culture Street

Ancient Culture StreetNearby City

4.4/54,282 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
7;00-18:00 (Local time)
Ancient Culture Street is located in the Nankai District of Tianjin. Tianhou Palace is at the center, Shuige Street in the south and Tongbei Road in the north. This is a central location of many old brand shops and handicrafts of Tianjin and a great place for shopping and food tasting. When you visit Ancient Culture Street, you can find many local handicrafts such as Yangliuqing paintings, clay figurines and Weiji kites. You can also taste local classic dishes such as Goubuli buns, savory Chinese crepes and Tianjin damahua. The Tianhou Palace at the center of Ancient Culture Street is the core monument of Ancient Culture Street. It has a history of more than 600 years.
Five Great Avenues

Five Great AvenuesNearby City

4.5/52,931 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
The Five Great Avenues is a must-see for the many visitors that come to Tianjin. Located in the Heping District of Tianjin, the Five Great Avenues is named after the five main roads in the area. There are actually more than 20 streets in the area. It used to be a British Settlement zone. During the Warlord Era era, many officials and celebrities in the Qing Dynasty and the Beiyang government had lived here. The rows of beautiful, elegant Western-style houses seem to tell the glorious past stories of Tianjin.

SanlitunNearby City

4.6/5537 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Open all day (Local time)
Sanlitun is a landmark of fashionable living in Beijing. To fully experience the capital city’s nightscape, visitors should absolutely stop by. Sanlitun is located in the central western part of Chaoyang District. This is the site of the famous Sanlitun Pub Street and nightclubs. It is one of the primary destinations for Beijing’s young people in search of a fun night out. The shopping malls and trendy boutiques that have been built here have made this place a pioneer in leading Beijing’s fashion trends.
Jingyuan Garden

Jingyuan GardenNearby City

4.7/51,662 Reviews
Famous Residences
Tuesday-Sunday 09:00-17:30, 17:00 stop entering the park and exchange group drinks, closed on Monday, legal holidays will open normally on Monday (Local time)
Located in Anshan Road, Heping District, Tianjin, Jingyuan Garden is an elegant Western-style residence and is the former residence of the last Emperor Puyi. This can help you understand Puyi’s life and see the office and residence of his time. Jingyuan Garden is divided into two main courtyards, the main courtyard and the West Crossing Courtyard. The main building, Aisin Gioro Yuyi Exhibition Hall, Jingyuan Restoration Exhibition Hall and the Visitor Center are located in the courtyard.