Forbidden City was the permanent residence of the emperors of the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911).
The Great Wall was the greatest manmade military defense structure in ancient China.
Located at the foot of the Tianshou Mountain in Changping District, Beijing, the Ming Mausoleums, occupying an area of 120 square kilometers, are well preserved and have the biggest number of emperors buried in the world.
Well known for its large and priceless collection of cultural artifacts, it was among the first group of historical and cultural heritage sites in China to be placed under special state protection.
Getting its name as it is to the south of the Grand Gold Mount (famous for producing gold), Jinhai Lake is a recreational scenic spot including sight-seeing and lakeside vacationing.
The three basic functional sections are formed, namely the south restaurant area based on the Cultural Plaza with Bars; amusement area based on Fang Zhou Lake, and the visiting area at the east based on Ceng Lin Hao Miao.
The Capital Museum is a patriotic education base in Beijing. It is a large modernized comprehensive museum that reflects the past and present of Beijing in terms of history, construction, folk customs, and culture.
It covers over 720,000 square meters of floor space, with more than 8,700 rooms, surrounded by city wall as high as ten meters and a city moat as wide as 52 meters.
is the spiritual centre for the 10,000 Muslims living in the vicinity.
is the largest Tibetan Buddhist Lama Temple in Beijing.