One of the best ways to learn about the culture of Beijing and of China as a whole is to visit some of the many temples and pagodas of Beijing.
China probably isn’t the first destination that comes to mind when you think skiing, but winter sports enthusiasts traveling to China’s capital can find several places to satisfy their snow craving. Here’s what you need to know about skiing in and around Beijing.
Historically, New Year’s Eve in Beijing hasn’t been very exciting, but locals are beginning to jump on the Western holiday bandwagon. If you’re traveling in Beijing this New Year’s Eve, here are a few suggestions for where to celebrate.
Beijing is home to some of China’s top attractions, but like much of the country, it’s also home to some very bizarre sights as well. If you’re looking to get off the beaten path, check out one of these five weird attractions in Beijing.
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With so many high-rise buildings and traffic-congested highways, it can be hard to imagine the Beijing of old. If you want a glimpse at what the capital city was once like, you can still do so by visiting the Beijing hutongs. These traditional neighborhoods, made up of courtyard houses, once covered much of the city. Today, only a few remain, and even those have changed.