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Chaoyang Park

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Chaoyang Park

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No.1 Chaoyanggongyuannan Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100125 China
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LiangmaqiaoBeijing Subway21 min
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The Forbidden City Depth Half Day Tour
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The Forbidden City Depth Half Day Tour

This is the palace museum; also know as the Purple Forbidden City. It is the largest and most well reserved imperial residence in China today. Beijing Forbidden City is the head of the world's top five palaces. The Forbidden City was built begin in 1406 and it took 14 years to built it. The first ruler who actually lived here was Ming Emperor Zhudi. The distance From North to south is 961 meters, and 753 meters from east to west. And the area of about 725,000 square meters. The Imperial Palace has 8704 rooms. In 1987 the Forbidden City was recognized a world cultural legacy.
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rosegrove77 wrote a review Feb 2020
Beijing, China180 contributions26 helpful votes
We live opposite this park and spend a lot of time here. In the summer it has a water park and in winter a snow park! It’s lovely and big with walking and running paths and even fairground rides. You can hire family bikes or boats even in Summer. We’ve recently enjoyed walking round in the snow, but it’s a great year round park!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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KodoDrummer wrote a review Oct 2019
Yekaterinburg, Russia62,282 contributions128,544 helpful votes
We got re-energized by exercising and having a jog in the park on this cool-weather, 12C, sunny October day.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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adamcochrane wrote a review Sep 2019
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom60 contributions19 helpful votes
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For just 5RMB per person you can escape the traffic and noise of Beijing and descend into an oasis of greenery and water-based recreation. Unlike many parks in China, Sun Park appears to cater more for families and groups of friends. As well as many people walking leisurely down the many paths, there are also a variety of wheeled transport – you can take a family quadracycle or one of the many battery powered vehicles. Don’t worry if you get thirsty on route, as there is an autonomous driving mobile vending machine. Other popular activities include picnic day camping and boating. If you are a thrill seeker, perhaps you could try the theme park - Chaoyang International Spring Carnival (extra charges apply)
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Date of experience: September 2019
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rosegrove77 wrote a review Sep 2019
Beijing, China180 contributions26 helpful votes
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A large park with something for everyone! I like to run on the 5k path there - it’s lovely and scenic and nice and quiet first thing in a morning.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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KJM0000 wrote a review Aug 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia13 contributions2 helpful votes
This park is huge & well worth a visit. There are lakes to cruise around on, many sports fields, lovely green spaces, walking paths & an amusement park area that looks quite tired. We hired a small buggy to get around in which was very reasonably priced. Unfortunately, the next day, we discovered that we’d been handed COUNTERFEIT 100 RMB notes when we received our deposit back for the hire of the buggy, so please beware when renting the buggies in this park.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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