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This three-storey monster of a leather clothing shop claims to be the largest in China, and whether true or not it certainly carries an extensive (if somewhat repetitive) range of animal hide ...
This bar has chosen the Beatles as its theme and any fans of the Fab Four should stop by this unique music bar/grill restaurant for a glimpse. One of Beijing's longest, this bar ...
This is an eatery designed to inspire patrons with visions of China's past—even the rest-rooms feature historical relics. Wining and ...
Situated three kilometers north of the Summer Palace in Hai Dian District, Bai Wang Shan Forest Park is the nearest forest parkland to Beijing. Covering an ...
Built in the seventh century in the Tang Dynasty (618-907), the present name has been used since an enormous bronze recumbent Buddha was cast in 1321. The 5.2-metre-long sleeping ...
The Silver Fox Cave is located at Ying Shui Village, Fo Zi Zhuang, Fang Shan District. Enjoy the spectacular sights in the Karst caves with the unusual and beautiful formations such as ...
Located in the beautiful Wan Shou Temple, the Beijing Art Museum displays 50,000 pieces of Chinese paintings, seal cuttings, jade carvings, porcelain and pottery ...
This temple was constructed in 1443, funded by donations collected by Li Tong, a eunuch from the Ming Dynasty era. The temple has a distinguished ...
Centrally perched Melody is a favorite destination of local karaoke-goers, and also plays host to an increasing number of Westerners keen to experience this ...
Housed within a wing of the Ming Dynasty Five Pagoda Temple, the Museum of Art of Stone Carving contains exhibits on Qing, Ming and Tang Dynasty carvings, statues ...