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Happy Valley of Beijing

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Happy Valley of Beijing

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Xiaowujibei Road, Dongsihuan, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100023 China
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Morning Mubus Tour to the Mutianyu Great Wall
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Morning Mubus Tour to the Mutianyu Great Wall

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The Great Wall of China is an ancient fortification, more than 13,000 miles (21,000 kilometers) in length—it’s also China’s top attraction. Parts of the wall are in poor condition or else crowded with visitors. But, on this guided tour, you get to visit the quieter, under-the-radar Mutianyu section, which has also undergone a complete restoration.
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Mr. President wrote a review Jul 2020
Beijing, China3,166 contributions445 helpful votes
This place is a hellhole. It’s July 2020 and the second wave of Covid 19 is still going. No social distancing. People coughing. People not wearing masks. 100% humidity. Long lines. This place should be condemned!!! Trust me wait until 2021 for universal and then let this place die.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Brandon J wrote a review Oct 2018
4 contributions6 helpful votes
It looks like a nice park, but the first ride we got on took 3 and half hours to get through the line. We had no clue that the line was as long as it was, because it had many walls and loops to know the actual number of people. Waiting three+ hours in line makes you exhausted, I didn’t feel like doing anything else. Perhaps it was just this ride, and the rest of the park was less crowded.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Houslak wrote a review Oct 2018
Macau, China103 contributions41 helpful votes
I do understand in Beijing lives 10-30 million people :-) but half of them were in this park during our last visit. We have spent more less one hour cueing for every attraction. Many rides were closed. Visit this park during weekdays! But if you are a teenager and you have some money in your pocket it’s a nice place for your date.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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CJ-3749 wrote a review Sep 2018
Australia46 contributions13 helpful votes
Was a little more than disappointed after paying full price and being presented with a sign at the entry saying that due to heat, cold, wind and snow not all rides were operating. As it turns out, more than half of the park wasn’t operating because it’s half demolished and being renovated. The bits that had been renovated were great though. Couldn’t find any staff who spoke English and they don’t accept Visa or MasterCard so make sure you have cash - 260RMB per adult for all access pass. Would definitely recommend once the renovations are finished.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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mtr0721 wrote a review Jul 2018
San Francisco, California25 contributions17 helpful votes
I don’t know what the other reviews are talking about... signs and rides and map are in English and Chinese, easy to find your way around since the park isn’t that big. Went on a Monday, bought the 260RMB day pass. We saw cheaper tickets on DianPing (Chinese yelp) but you had to buy them a day in advance online only. Aside from waiting for the super fast roller coaster (right at entrance) for about 2 hrs, everything else was fine. In fact, the superman style Atlantis roller coaster had barely any line! Other rides were about 30 min wait on average, though some waiting areas were very hot (no fans). I like how vendors sell fruit ice cups next to the line so you can hydrate and snack while waiting. Overall, the park felt empty. We went on mostly adult rides so can’t speak to kids section. Agree with other reviews that it’s definitely not to a Disney or more famous theme park standard, but rides were safe, no cutting lines, and fun!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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