The entrance price may seem a bit high, but it's really worth it. The palace is an interesting mix of architecture from the 30's and traditional chinese achitecture because Puyi had a strong desire to restore the Qing dynasty, even though he really was a man from the 20th century. When you begin the visit, the first things you see are offices that were used by japanese officers and they are a bit boring but the rest of the palace is very beautiful. What's nice is that you can enter the buildings and walk around, what you can't do in many other cultural sites in China. The only disapointing feature in this Palace is that some rooms feature freaky mannequins of Puyi and his entourage and they draw your attention instead of letting you focus on the room itself.
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