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No.53 Yandai By Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 100009 China
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ShichahaiBeijing Subway3 min
Beihai NorthBeijing Subway12 min
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service
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Skip the Line: Forbidden City Ticket Booking with Optional Guide Service

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Avoid any long lines or printing problems with paperless skip-the-line entry to Beijing’s UNESCO-listed Forbidden City. Simply book in advance, stroll straight to check in, then show your passport to ensure hassle-free admission directly into the ancient complex and enjoy plenty of time to browse the site’s major attractions, including the Gate of Divine Prowess, Dragon Throne, and Palace Museum.
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Regina F. 🎈 wrote a review Nov 2018
Mossel Bay, South Africa2,830 contributions1,032 helpful votes
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We were meandering the Shichahai district and accidentally came upon this historic post office with lovely sculptures. Inside there is a pictorial museum. We actually sent 10 post cards to the US, and only 8 arrived almost two months later. I treasure the one we sent ourselves 💕
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Date of experience: November 2018
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Vanessa M wrote a review Jul 2016
Greater Sydney, Australia374 contributions108 helpful votes
We stumbled upon this as I love sculptures and out the front is the most delightful stature with an old fashioned post box. Inside the store you can buy postcards and international stamps. There is a table provided so you can write a note to your loved ones and then you can stamp it with an imperial post office stamp before posting it.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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