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Discover Beijing

 
Welcome to Beijing! When you are in Beiijing, you will find yourselves experiencing the oriental ancient civilization of Beijing. Beijing was the capital city of the Liao, Jin, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasties of China. The largest imperial palace of the world, the Forbidden City, is located on the central axis of Beijing city. Together with the Summer Palace - a royal park, the Great Wall, Beijing Royal Quadrangle Courtyard etc, Beijing has 7,300 cultural relics and historical sites, as well as more than 200 scenic spots. Beijing, the Capital City, is the political, cultural and diplomatic centre of China. It has become a modern international cosmopolitan city with more than 11 million people. The Capital International Airport, 23.5 km from the city centre, is Chinas largest and most advanced airport. There are close to 40 five-star hotels in Beijing and the international direct distance dialing can reach 240 countries and regions. August and September are the end of summer and the beginning of autumn in Beijing, with the highest temperature around 30<C and the lowest temperature around 18<C. This is the best season of the year in Beijing when the sky is blue and clear. The city feels especially spacious and airy when the distant lofty Yanshan Ridge could be seen from the height of the Forbidden City. Beijing can be said to have the charm of antiquity as well as the spirit of modernity indeed. A lot to see and to do in Beijing. Discover this amazing city.
Beijing's history began some half a million years ago when Peking man lived in Zhoukoudian, in the southwestern suburbs of Beijing. The climate of that time was warmer and more humid than it is today.
  Beijing's History
Beijing lies in the north of the North China Plain, at 39<56>N and 116<20>E. Beijing belongs to the warm temperate zone with a semi-humid climate. It has four distinctive seasons, with short springs and autumns while summers and winters are always long.
  Geography and Climate
Beijing is a famous oriental city with profound history and splendid culture. You will be captivated by the magnificent Forbidden City, the scenic Summer Palace, the majestic Great Wall and the artistic Yuanmingyuan Garden. The tours to these scenic historical sites after attending meetings and exhibitions will surely leave you many fond memories of this trip.
  Sightseeing
As the nation's capital, getting to Beijing is very easy and straightforward. Air and rail connections link the capital to virtually every point in China and world¨s all major airlines are operating flights to Beijing every day.

When in Beijing, you have many different choices to get around.
  Transportation
To make your trip to China an easy and pleasant one, you are kindly advised to consult the local Chinese Embassies or Consulates-General first for travel information. They will readily help you go through the necessary procedures.
  Visa
Time difference, currency, credit cards/ATM, voltage, language, business hours, telecommunications, express services, tap water...
  Useful Info
Learn more about Chinese Public Holidays of this year.
  Chinese Public Holidays

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