• Tourism Line-ShiChaHai

    This scenic area contains the largest and best-preserved age-old block in the city. In the Yuan Dynasty it was the capitals center for commerce. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, it was home to many high officials and men of many letters. After the Manc

  • Tourism Line-DASHILAN

    During the Ming and Qing dynasties, a curfew was frequently imposed at night. Barriers (zhalan) erected at both ends of streets and alleys were closed as soon as the curfew came into effect, making passage impossible. According to the imperially commissio

  • Tourism Line-Beijing’s Xuanwu Garden

    Beijing’s Xuanwu Garden is located on Huaibaishu (槐柏树) Street. The garden’s area takes up about 8.37 acres. Previously known as Shanguo (善果) Temple, it was built during the Ming Dynasty and destroyed by an earthquake during the 1930s. In 1938, it wa…

  • The Geological Museum of China

    The Geological Museum of China, built in 1916, is a geological museum, boasting 200 thousand specimens. This museum is located in the Xisi area of Beijing and opened on October 1, 1959. It is the earliest geological scientific museum of China.At present,

  • Tourism Line-Beihai Park

    West of the Forbidden City and Jingshan Park is Beihai Park. Beihai Parkis one of the oldest, largest, and best-preserved of all the ancient imperial gardens in China and it is conveniently located in the very center of Beijing. Beihai literally means the

  • Tourism Line-Beijing Huguang Guild

    The Beijing Huguang Guild Hall was first built in 1807.The grand theatre and ziwu well are all remains of the original buildings, and famous actors Tanxinpei, Yu shuyan and Mei lanfang once gave performancein this guild hall. Dr. Sun Yat-sen presided over