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Eight Things To Do In Beijing

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When you visit a place for the first time the last thing you want to do is be stuck researching what to see and do while you’re there. Experienced travelers know it’s helpful to see tips and recommendations from fellow travelers. Below you’ll find a list of 8 things to do while visiting Beijing along with an Instagram shot by someone who actually did them. Let us know what you think of this list.

Top eight things to do in Beijing according to a traveler who’s been there.

  1. Spend a day at the “Great Wall” of China at Badaling, or try the older “Simatai” part of the great wall.

    Photo by @jonnietruelove from the Great Wall
  2. Visit the magnificent Xiang Shan Gong Yuan and the Beijing Botanical Gardens, located to the west of the city- a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre.

    Photo by @mehyoga from Beijing Botanical Garden
  3. Visit the Summer Palace (Yi He Yuan) located in the south-east of the city centre and also the Old Palace (Yuan Ming Yuan).

    Photo by @i.m.aishe from the Summer Palace
  4. Visit the beautiful and fabulous Yong He Gong (Lama Temple) in the north of the city centre. Mostly renowned as Beijing’s largest Buddhist temple.

    Photo by @chengmu_zang from Yonghe Temple
  5. Why not take an early morning or an evening stroll in Tiananmen Square, and to make it more special, you can watch the daily flag hoisting and lowering ceremonies at sunrise and sunset respectively.

    Photo by @tinaazura from Tiananmen Square
  6. No trip to Beijing is complete with a visit to the famous “Quan Ju De” Roast Duck restaurant where you can indulge in eating fine roast duck meat. The restaurant on 32 Qianmen Avenue is famous for entertaining many foreign dignitaries and VIPs who come to this restaurant for its scrumptious roasted duck.

    Photo by @lacorasaniti from Quan Ju De
  7. Take a relaxing rickshaw ride or walk around the many Hutongs that surround the Forbidden City. It’s best to ask before you take photographs of the locals and make sure you don’t get lost as the Hutongs are famous for having many turns.

    Photo by @pamhule from Hutongs, Beijing
  8. Xidan and Wangfujing are two of Beijing’s biggest shopping areas, attracting many local and foreign tourists alike. Both of these shopping malls are respectively located at either side of the centre of Beijing.
    Photo by @marco_f89 from Wangfujing

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