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Holidays in Beijing

If you're one of those travellers who loves to get away and immerse yourself in new experiences, Beijing is yours for the taking.

Approximately 11,700,000 people call this place home.

Beijing is known around the world for its iconic sights, such as Great Wall of China and Tiananmen Square.

If your holiday is all about the entire family, outings to Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park and Chaoyang Park are guaranteed to put huge smiles on everyone's faces! If you're after a bit more adventure, Happy Valley Amusement Park and Jingshan Table Tennis Park are some additional options.

Magical deep-sea realms await you at Beijing Aquarium and Tai Ping Yang Underwater World Exhibition. For even more fishy adventures, take the plunge at Gongti Richina Underwater World.

Marvel at the animals, great and small, that call the Beijing Zoo and the Beijing Wildlife Park home. You can also explore the world of some of our most interesting wildlife at the Beijing Badaling Wildlife World and Yanqing Badaling Bear Park.

This area takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a range of places where you can go and learn all about botanic species from both regional and international environments. A wander through the manicured gardens at Summer Palace and the Beijing Botanical Garden is a must. For those travellers who are more dedicated, the Grand View Garden and the Beijing Garden of World Flowers also have some unique floral exhibits.

Remember those blissful childhood days spent lying down in the grass watching clouds pass by? Relive those good times at Beihai Park and Ditan Park. Also consider plonking yourself down and whiling away a pleasant afternoon at at the Houhai Park or Jingshan Park.

Find yourself mesmerised as the swirling waters of Pearl Waterfall of Qingliang Valley plummet into the gurgling pool below.

If you find comfort in the soothing effects of being by the water, you're in the right place. Huánghuāchéng Great Wall Lakeside Reserve and Macao River are just a couple of the beautiful waterways around here that are worth wandering around. To spot any additional waterbirds, it's also worth heading to Tongzi River and Wild Duck Lake Natural Reserve.

If you're looking to recharge those batteries, you'll uncover a range of nature parks and reserves to explore. Begin with a deep breath of fresh air among the plants and animals at Olympic Forest Park or Xianqi Cave. Badachu and Shijing Mountain are two more that are worth checking out.

Wander the calm halls, study the captivating displays and talk to the accommodating staff. Forbidden City and Old Summer Palace are top places to think and discover something new. Museum buffs also need to go to the China Museum of History and the Beijing Museum of Natural History.

The impressive scientific objects and displays at Beijing Planetarium and the China Science and Technology Museum are bound to get your mind into gear. For even more from the science realm, make your way to the Sony Explora Science Museum. Don't forget to ask about any travelling exhibits that might be on.

Build on your knowledge of the natural world with a visit to the Minzu University Of China Museum and the Wangfujing Ancient Human Museum. With so many weird and wonderful things on show in these buildings, you might not know where to start! To see more from this versatile planet, continue onwards to the Geological Museum of China and the National Zoological Museum of China.

In a place flush with wonderful art collections, the National Art Museum of China and the Capital Museum manage to stand out from the rest. Also enquire about what displays are on at the Today Art Museum and the Green T. House Art Gallery.

Calling all history fans! You'll love learning about the rich and captivating past of the area at the National Museum of China and the Songtangzhai Museum. For an even greater insight into the days of old, also stop by the Xu Beihong Museum and the Hong Lou Museum.

Beijing offers lots of must-visit historic sites. Why not begin your journey back through time at Ming Tombs and the Lama Temple? If you're eager for more, the Tiananmen and Wangfujing Street should also be on your list.

Marco Polo Bridge and 17 Arch Bridge have stood guard over Beijing's waters for what feels like an age, so the least you can do in return is swing by for a visit. Jade Belt Bridge and Red Stairway Bridge have also been patiently awaiting you for a long time.

"If you've got it, flaunt it!" It seems as though something along the lines of this was on the minds of those who commissioned the building of Beijing Working People's Cultural Palace and Prince Gong Mansion. To experience even more of the luxurious life, soak up the striking architecture at Palace of Earthly Tranquillity and Yuxu Palace.

Whether you're a believer or not, houses of prayer like the Temple of Heaven and the Temple of Confucius are sure to be among the most peaceful sights you'll experience in your travels. St. Joseph's Cathedral and the Niujie Mosque are also on the itinerary of plenty of spiritually curious travellers.

It's far better to think back on your life and say, "I can't believe I did that," rather than, "I wish I had done that." So, while you're in Beijing you should also visit some of the less frequented attractions, such as the 798 Space and South Luogu Lane. Dongsishitiao Bridge and Colored Glaze Factory Cultural Street also offer a great day out.

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