Team Building
Wangfujing Street
The Street starts from Wangfujing Nankou, where the Oriental Plaza and the Beijing Hotel are located. It then heads north, passing the Wangfujing Xinhua Bookstore, the Beijing Department Store as well as the Beijing Foreign Languages Bookstore before ending at the Xindong’an Plaza.
Central Business District Beijing
The Beijing Central Business District, or Beijing CBD. is the primary area of finance, media, and business services in Beijing, China. As Beijing is becoming one of the most important international financial centers in China, Beijing CBD was recently positioned as the secondary core area.
Water Cube
The National Swimming Center (Water Cube) - located just to the west of the Birs' Nest, designed by the design consortium composed of the China State Construction Engineering Corporation, China State Construction International (Shenzhen) Design Co Ltd, PTW Architects (Australia) and Over Arup (Australia).
Bird's Nest
The National Stadium (Bird's nest) - Situated at the Olympic Green, it has a floor space of 258,000 sq meters. The National Stadium in Beijing is the main stadium for the 2008 Olympic Games. It is often dubbed the "bird's nest" because of its featuring grid formation. The twig-like structure and the bowl-shaped roof are the masterpiece of the project. It is designed by Herzog and DeMeuron. The most unique feature of the structure is its "cushion" system which can fill the spaces within the building's facade to regulate wind, weather, and sunlight. It can accommodate 91,000 visitors and hosted the opening and closing ceremonies, the track and field competitions and the football finals during the 2008 Olympic Games.
CCTV Tower
Are you interested in having a panoramic view of Beijing from an open-air CCTV Tower observation platform with a height of 238 meters? Located in the western section of Beijing, the Central Chinese Television CCTV Tower is officially listed as AAAA tourist site in Beijing. It is a member of the World Federation of Great Towers.
China Millennium Monument
As China's symbolic and commemorative building to welcome the Year 2000, China Millennium Monument is a gift for the world of the 21st century from the Chinese people, forever standing in China's capital Beijing.
Finance Street
The Finance Street was established in October, 2004. The Finance Street is located in central Beijing, to be exact, in the middle of southern part of Xicheng District. the Finance Street is divided into 25 neighborhood committees by 110 roads and lanes with a population of 40987 homesteads, 62097 residents and 1440 social units.
Xidan Commercial Street
Xidan Cultural Square is the largest underground square of in Beijing covering an area of 39,000 square meters. If you take a child who has reached the age for school, he or she has the chance to have fun on the ice rink in the third layer underground. The first impression to be here is that this place is so large with spacious shopping area and array of goods making you dizzy.
Drum Tower
Located 100 meters (109 yards) south to the bell tower, the drum tower was placed on a 4-meter-high (13 feet) stone and brick base. It is 46.7 meters (153 feet) high, a little bit lower than the bell tower that is 47.9 meters high (157 feet). This tower is also a two-storey building; the first floor contains the China Committee for the Promotion of the Minority Art.
National Theatre
The egg-shaped theatre is designed by the French architect Paul Andreu, the designer of the terminal of the Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. The National Grand Theatre, situated west of the Beijing's central Tian'anmen Square, has a huge glass and titanium dome-shaped structure surrounded by water.
Capital Museum
As a major cultural construction project in Beijing in the “10th Five-Year Plan”, the new Capital Museum, approved by Beijing Municipal Government in 1999, further approved by the State Council after being submitted by the National Development and Reform Commission in 2001, finally commenced its construction in December 2001.
Simatai Great Wall
The Simatai section of the Great Wall is located in the northeast of Miyun County,120 kilometers from downtown Beijing. It was first built in the early Hongwu years (1368-1398) of the Ming Dynasty. The Simatai Great Wall is cutted into two parts by the Simatai Reservoir, over which ther is a chain bridge running through east to west.
JinshanLing Great Wall
Most of the towers on the Jinshanling Great Wall have two tiers and two doors - east door and west door. But the Black Tower has three tiers - underground, middle and upper. The Black Tower also has two doors, but its west door is an underground door. The underground door has a narrow and covert stone passage leading to the middle and upper floors.
Mutianyu Great Wall
The Mutianyu Great Wall has an extemely beautiful natural landscape once you are up on the wall, green, densely wooded. This section of the Great Wall is comparatively smoother than most of other sections. For me, the Mutianyu Great Wall is an ideal site for holiday makers instead of the Great Wall hikers.
Juyongguan Great Wall
The Juyongguan Pass is located in the valley sandwiched by the Jundu Mountains and the ending of the Taihang Mountains. It used to be a stronghold, difficult of access dating back to the Spring and Autumn, the Warring States period ( 5000-6000 years ago). Later the Pass was extended to be linked up with the Great Wall.
Badaling Great Wall
Today is August 29, 2008, the first day on my 5-day trip to the Great Wall in Beijing covering the six sections of the Great Wall in Beijing - Badaling Great Wall, Juyongguan Pass Great Wall, Huanghuacheng Great Wall, Mutianyu Great Wall, Jinshanling Great Wall and Simatai Great Wall.
Jingshan Park
Jingshan Park, an former imperial garden, lies to the east of Beihai Park. It occupies an area of 23 hectares. Many palatial towers and pavilions are arranged on a 47.5-meter-high hill.In 1179 Emperor Shi Zu of the Jin Dynasty stored here the earth removed from the construction site of Taining Palace.
Beihai Park
Beihai Park has been a playground for emperors for hundreds of years. Some attribute this site to Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan and founder of the Yuan Dynasty in China. The island at the southern end of the lake is said to have been created by excavating the lake on the orders of Kublai Khan, and this location is associated with his great palace.
Confucius Temple
Beijing Confucius Temple is the second largest one in China, which was initially built up in Yuan Dynasty (the year 1302). It is the place for the emperors in Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties to sacrifice Confucius.
Ming Tomb
Some 50 kilometers northwest of the downtown Beijing, the Ming Tombs are generally combined with a visit to the Great Wall. Otherwise known as the “13 Tombs”, this is the burial site of 13 out of 17 emperors of the Ming Dynasty. However, the only one you can get a good look at is the tomb of Emperor Wanli, who reigned from 1537 to 1620.
Ruins of Yuanmingyuan
Located in the west, haidian district yuanmingyuan eastern. A large YuYuan originally qing imperial, covers an area of about 5,200 mu, layout is tasted, the figure of Ming, changchun yuanmingyuan garden spring, three components, redtown 35 hectares.
Beijing Hutong Travel
What is real Hutong? Is the hutong what we called lanes? Hutong is Beijing unique old city lane. Hutong originally was named Mongolian, namely street alley. Because Beijing had layout in ancient times, the hutong is relatively straight and dotted. There are 7000 hutongs and their names are very different.
Shichahai which consists of three continuous lakes, Qianhai, Houhai and Jishuitan. Lying in the central area of old Beijing, and possessing natural beauty, Shichahai was a good place for living and entertainment.
Beijing Zoo Panda Hall
Located in the northwest of the city, Beijing zoo has a large selection of animals including domestic and overseas.There have giant pandas which is one of the most valuable and endangered species animal in the world.and it belongs to only China.
Lama Temple
The only temple in Beijing to have its own subway stop, the Yonghe Lamasery, or Yonghegong,or lama Temple is the most handsome and impressive Buddhist temple in the city. Lama Temple ( Yonghe Lamasery ) was built in the 33 Qing Kangxi year (1694) and it is now the largest and best-preserved Lamasery of Yellwo Sect in Beijing.
Summer Palace
Located at the northwest suburb of Beijing, the Summer Palace was originally a royal garden and a temporary dwelling palace for emperors of Qing Dynasty, Its predecessor was the Garden of Clear Ripples (Qingyiyuan) started in 1750 and burned down by the British and French allied troops in 1860.
Temple of Heaven
Temple of Heaven ( Tiantan ) is located in the southern part of Beijing, and has been one of the most holy places for the whole country for more than five centuries. It used as a complex of sacrificial buildings for the Ming and Qing emperors, and is the largest one in Beijing among several royal altars to Heaven, Earth, the Sun.
Forbidden City
The Forbidden City ( also known officially as the Imperial Palace Museum ) was commissioned by the third Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, Emperor Yong Le.
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