World Park Beijing
World Park Beijing
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Daniele
Macerata, Italy30 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2024 • Family
We visited this amusement park with our five children in July 2024-it was a wonderful experience. It is a huge park with great reproductions of famous works from all over the world. There is a children's park inside, with all kinds of games (pools, swings, slides, trampolines, roller coasters, rides). It is worth spending the whole day there.
Recommended!
Written July 10, 2024
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KodoDrummer
Buenos Aires, Argentina70,599 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2019 • Friends
This is somewhat similar to a theme park in Shenzhen, where by walking through the park you get a high-level view of the world’s major attractions, albeit, looking at miniatures. This approximate 47-hectare theme park is a nice place to take children through so that they can get a glimpse of many of the world’s most famous buildings and structures.

One of the worst complaints is the tourists who complain about people at sightseeing locations who cannot speak English. The Chinese don’t complain about Americans who can’t speak Mandarin. When you are in a country where they can’t speak your language, don’t complain. I’ve worked on assignments in over 70 countries, and I’ve always managed to communicate one way or another. Although twice I was very lucky, once in Turkey and the other time in Brazil, when I was able to have my meeting in Hungarian.
Written February 11, 2019
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Leigh G
Beijing, China4 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2015 • Family
We live in Beijing & were looking for a place to enjoy a sunny, clear (but cold) Spring Festival vacation day without the typical temple fair vibe/crowds. World Park was a good choice. Some of the installations are not aging well (New York City), but the overall concept is pretty cool & some of the pieces are very well done (the Eiffel Tower). I think this would be a great place to take some fun photos when the weather is a little warmer & the park is a bit more green. The park is huge -- we didn't see it all in our 2 hour visit. We also didn't use the restrooms or eat at any of the restaurants (most seemed to be closed), so I can't comment on those.

I'm in agreement with other reviewers -- if you are just visiting Beijing, this is not a "must-see." But if you're here for a while & looking for something different to do, this might just be the spot for you.

I would have given it 4 stars, except for the price. At 100rmb/adult and 60rmb/child (under 120cm are free), I think it's a bit expensive.
Written February 23, 2015
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Donna Han
Kidlington, UK4 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019
A strange venue full of couples posing for wedding photos next to fake venues.
It was bearable until I witnessed an incident with a young elephant, which was surrounded by teams of uniformed school children. The World Park employee tasked with managing the elephant used a hammer to beat the elephant, which was doing absolutely nothing wrong, into submission. I was stunned. In my very poor Chinese I told him that he was a bad man - the best I could do without swearing. He was clearly embarrassed that a foreigner had admonished him, but what can I say?
If you do not support animal abuse, do not go to this park
Written August 6, 2020
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April G
Christchurch, New Zealand48 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Couples
While researching my visit to Beijing, I came across World Park and was very keen to visit for kitsch factor.

The journey took about 90 minutes from central Beijing via subway.

The park features dozens of replicas of world monuments, including the Parthenon, Pyramids of Giza, Statue of Liberty, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Saint Peter's Basilica, the Taj Mahal, Angkor Wat and Stonehenge. The Eiffel Tower and Arc de Triomphe were very popular for wedding photos. The accuracy and condition of the monuments varied -- the Grand Canyon resembled part of Disneyland's Splash Mountain log flume ride, and the Manhattan skyline was in such poor condition it looked post-apocalyptic. The gardens were kept very tidy. We hired a mini electric car and were able to explore every corner of the park in two hours.

I was distraught upon seeing the animals at the park. There were Bactrian camels available for photo ops at the Pyramids of Giza and elephant rides. In spite of being a source of income for their owners, the animals did not appear to be well-looked after. The animals were chained and didn't have much freedom of movement; they stood on concrete which would not have been comfortable, especially on such a hot summer's day. There were horse-drawn carriages, as well; the horses stood in the direct sun with their heads hanging low and no direct access to water.

While I enjoyed World Park's kitsch, I cannot endorse any place that keeps animals in such poor conditions. I would not recommend World Park to anyone.
Written July 17, 2017
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tmynatt
Knoxville, TN7,355 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I recently visited World Park, and I just want to tell anybody considering this place - don't! It's such an incredible waste of time and money. It's just one of the most pathetic attractions I've ever encountered. Really - who goes to Beijing to look at miniatures of monuments in other parts of the world?

The pics on the website were obviously taken when it was first built. It's run down with weeds growing in the landscaping. Most of the monuments look like amateurs built them with legos. Paint is peeling off. Water in the fountains is green and mucky. The bathrooms were disgusting and flooded with brown liquid on the floor. This has got "Tourist Trap" written all over it. You will also be hounded out of your mind with people at the entrance trying to sell you keychains with your own photo in them.
Written July 28, 2009
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redeyeblues
Edinburgh, UK1,312 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2013 • Couples
If you actually live in Beijing and have already been to most other sights, this is a nice park to spend a couple of hours. (It took us 2 hours to walk though. You can also rent electric cars for 80 RMB per hour). I don’t think it’s worth it for tourists with limited time in Beijing. Don’t expect too much as some of the models are pretty poorly built to the point of hilarity. There are a couple of actually fairly nice models of world famous sights though. It was not too crowded so it was a pleasant way to spend an afternoon.

It costs 100 RMB to enter the park and extra if you want to go on rides or enter special areas. We spent another 10 to enter this extremely lame “Time Tunnel” which was 2 minutes we could never get back. Not recommended. They have a song & dance show at the outdoor theater near the north gate at 2:30 pm. The performances were pretty tacky but amusing if you lower your expectations.

You can exit through the South Gate (not really clearly marked-they don’t sell tickets here so I don’t think you can enter through here) and take the subway home—Fangshan Line (房山线)’s Dabaotai (大葆台) station which connects to Line 9 in 1 stop.
Written May 2, 2013
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Billy L
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia47 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2013 • Family
A huge park with various miniature world sights from around the world such as Eiffel Tower, Sydney Opera House, London Bridge, White House, Easter Island Moai, Pyramids and many more.

It's a good location for photos as seen by the appearance of many wedding couples all over the park.

We rented electric cars for 80 yuan/hour and it is a good choice as the park is too huge and it will take too long to explore on foot. Overall we spent around 2 hours in the park.

Entrance fee is RMB100/person
Written September 29, 2013
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badridps
Bengaluru, India17 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2012 • Couples
I was fooled by the pictures which are posted here... Thinking it was good i also planned to visit this place with my wife... But i was very disapointed by the place, it was not well maintained, bridges were rusted, water was dirty. Please visit during summer to enjoy the place.
Written January 22, 2012
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Эльман М
Nizhny Novgorod, Russia1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Friends
The price is 100 yuan from 10:00 to 17:00 and 180yuan from 17:00 to 21:00.
It's not worth it, the monuments are old and need reconstruction. You should pay for every amusements and museums inside.
Written July 1, 2018
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