Beijing Tour
The Forbidden City

Located at the heart of Beijing's Municipality that covers a space of 720, 000 square meters and which is just 13 Km away from the hotel. The Forbidden City served as the royal residence during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is one of the world's best preserved historic palace complexes. It continued as the home of the Chinese Emperor and the political and ceremonial seat of governance until the end of the Qing Dynasty. The Forbidden City is a world-famous historical site.

Tian’anmen Square

It is located at the heart of Beijing's Municipality and just 14 Km away from the hotel. The Tian”anmen Square was built during the early part of the Ming Dynasty. Now, the square stretches 880 meters from north to south and 500 meters from east to west where at present covers a total area of 440,000 square meters. It is perhaps Beijing's most recognized landmark, which is evident from the millions of tourists who flock to this large landmark square.

The Summer Palace

The place is located at the western part of Beijing which is 12 Km away from the hotel. The Summer Palace was originally called “Qingyi Yuan” or the Garden of Clear Ripples and was first constructed in 1750. It covers an area of 190 hectares of which 1/3 of the entire place is under water. In 1998, the UNESCO included the Summer Palace on its World Heritage Lists. The Imperial Chinese Garden which was illustrated by the Summer Palace is a potent symbol of one of the major world civilizations.

“BADALING” Great Wall

The “BADALING” Great Wall was constructed with glorious history, projected as one of the world’s unusual miracle, and about 59 Km away from the hotel. It was built in 220 BC to defend the Chinese border in ancient times. The Great Wall was also known as the longest military facilities in the world and a great project that becomes the Chinese precious inheritance.

Ming Tombs

The Ming Tombs are located in the northwestern suburbs of Beijing. It is about 36 Km away from the hotel and covers a total area of 120 Sq/Km. Inside are the tombs of thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty, the world’s most preserved and largest burial group of emperors.

The Temple of Heaven

The Temple of Heaven is located at the southern part of Beijing which is 24 Km away from the hotel. It was built 600 years ago during the early part of the Ming Dynasty. The Temple of Heaven is the largest and most complete existing architectural complex in the world for the purpose of praying to heaven for good harvests.

Beihai Park

Beihai Park is located in the northwest part of The Forbidden City and around 12 Km away from the hotel. The park was opened to the public in 1949, and became one of the first important cultural sites placed under protection by the State Council. The emperors that used this park are consists those of from Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming, Qing Dynasties. One of the famous attractions is the Nine Dragon Walls and the White Pagodas.

Beijing Olympic Park, “Bird Nest” and the “Water Cube”

Located at the southern part of the Olympic Green in Beijing, the “Bird’s Nest” served as the main stadium during the 29th Olympiad in 2008. Occupying an area of 21 hectares and floor space of 258,000 square meters, the seating capacity totals to 91,000 that includes 11,000 temporary seats.

A symbol of today ‘s China, the Olympic Park, “Bird’s Nest” and “Water Cube” are tangible testimonies to what it has to offer. And for just thirty years since China's entry to the world Olympic Games, it has played a successful host to the 2008 World Olympics to the many athletes and visitors.

China National Convention Center (CNCC) & Beijing International Convention Center (BICC)

The CNCC was an important element in the overall plan for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games when it served as the main press center and international broadcasting location as well as providing the venue for fencing and pistol shooting competitions. It is ideally located in the heart of the Olympic Green adjacent to the National Stadium (Bird’s Nest), the National Aquatics Center (Water Cube) and the National Indoor Stadium – all of which are proving popular places for people to visit in post Olympic Games times.