Great Wall

There is a famous Chinese saying: "He?who?does?not?reach?the?Great?Wall?is?not?a?true?man." The?Great?Wall?of?China has a history of over twenty centuries, and?is?one?of?the?wonders?of?the?world. It crosses prairies and deserts, nestles up to the Yellow River, surmounts high mountains, stretches 10,000 li and, like a soaring dragon, leaps over the boundless land of China.

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Summer Palace

The Summer Palace is an imperial Chinese garden where the landscape features a variety of palaces, gardens and other ancient-style architectural structures. It's listed to be the world heritage by the United Nations. It radiates not only the grandeur of an imperial garden but also the beauty of nature in a seamless combination that best illustrates the guiding principle of traditional Chinese garden design.

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The National Stadium & National Aquatics Center

The Beijing National Stadium, also known as the bird's nest is the main track and field stadium for the 2008 Summer Olympics; the National Aquatics Center, and colloquially known as the Water Cube, is an aquatics center that was built alongside the bird's nest in the Olympic Green for the swimming competitions of the 2008 Summer Olympics. They both reference Chinese symbolic architecture.

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At Houhai, there is a lot of what is left of the traditional style hutong's in Beijing .Many small bars line the ancient streets, overlooking the canals that run through the area. Rickshaws,?bicycles,?cars?come?and?go,?and traditional Chinese music sounds?from?time?to?time.

Central TV Tower

Standing at 405 meters, the Central TV Tower is a Grade-AAAA tourist attraction, and offers breathtaking views of Beijing city. The tower is like a huge palace lantern hanging in the sky, and When the setting sun is in front of your eyes, inside you can taste the dinner romance along with the XiShan Mountain as background in the sunset.

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