Has an amazing aura inside & is stunning piece of architecture. Terrible smog prevented good photos on the day we visited but still fantastic. A real sense of history.
We had an outside viewing of Beijing National Stadium (aka: Bird's Nest) during daytime. It is a nice to see steel structure. It hosted some events of the 2008 Summer Olympics. Five minutes are enough to visit this attraction just to take photos.
The Olympic Park which comprises the Birds Nest Stadium and The Water Cube are worth an outside look. The people of Beijing take great pride in having hosted the Olympics and refer to to this Park often. The architecture is modern and impressive and quite a contrast from the old China temples and palaces that we had spent the day... More
After seeing the Forbidden City and other ancient sites the Olympic park was a great change of scenery. I suggest taking the subway to "Olympic Green (park)" and walking South through the park and down to the "Olympic Sports Center" station. The walk will take you past the Swimming Cube - now a water park, and the Bird's Nest. I... More
The only reason I went there was to take a shot with the Birds Nest and the water cube. The nest is really impressive when seen live. When I was done, I spent some time walking around (you can walk forever there). There are stalls everywhere, and on a nice warm day, its really nice to spend some time relaxing
The birds next stadium really is an impressive building and it is huge. There are lots of tacky stalls selling "tat" and photographers trying to take your picture "holding" the stadium but it is still worth a visit.
this is a world class place with so much to offer. The bord's nest stadium is one of teh most attaractive places to see in Beijing. The way it has been build up is amazing. One should go to the top to actully se the whoel view. Amazing
The National Stadium (Birds' Nest) and the National Swimming Center (Water Cube) are situated opposite each other at the Olympic Park. While the architecture is impressive during the day it really looks fantastic when lit up at night. In the distance you can also see the tall structure holding the Olympic Rings. The entire area is very crowded with tourist... More
The Olympic Park area of Beijing is definitely worth a visit. It's quite large, and is used for many activities since the Olympics of 2008. The day I was there, there was a huge book convention of some sort going on. There were pavilions from many countries around the world showcasing books of their countries. Of course the Birds Nest... More
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