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Xinglong Park

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No.8A Xinglongzhuang, Gaobeidian Country, Chaoyang District, Beijing China
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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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Indigo39 wrote a review Nov 2017
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania44 contributions8 helpful votes
I took a slow walk around the park, enjoyed my quiet time at this park, instrumental music played in the background. I love the yellow leaves, the foggy poetic landscapes and kids playing different things from recreational activities to drawing or simply throwing leaves around. Highly recommended if you feel tired and just want to enjoy quiet time
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Bryce S wrote a review Jun 2017
New Hope, Pennsylvania1,331 contributions407 helpful votes
Our hotel, the Marriott Sandalwood, asked if we would be interred in a 7:30 AM tour of the park. We said yes. It was a great experience. The park has lots of paths and squares throughout. We watched a group of local residents enjoy social dancing. In the US we consider this ballroom dancing. They gather in large groups and enjoy themselves, under the direction of an instructor. We saw people doing Tai Chi in another square. We saw younger residents dancing to faster music. We saw another group of residents in matching tee shirts and gloves dancing to patriotic music. The park has many activities including an amusement park for children and paddle boats on a lake. The park is kept immaculately clean. It was wonderful seeing so many groups of local residents having a great time on a Friday morning! Are there negatives? None that I can think of.
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Date of experience: May 2017
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Barbra B wrote a review Jul 2016
Pasadena, California26 contributions6 helpful votes
I stayed near here on my layover through Beijing in the Gaobeidian Folk Cultural Village. My host took me here before getting on the subway as it is at the entrance to the station. There are many things to do in this park, though it was a bit quiet the time I went. There were paddle boats, Go-Karts, lots of grassy areas with trees, a lake, and so much more that I did not get to see due to the time. I liked it because it was an oasis in the city and the tree coverage helped you forget you were in a city.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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EckeHB wrote a review Feb 2016
167 contributions6 helpful votes
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I live in the neighborhood of this Park and can recommend it for running or just a small walk in the nature with your family. There are several activities such as a go-kart racing track, a canopy garden and boats on the small but scenic lake. It also has a smaller amusement Park for children. The resident use to do public dancing in the north during the evening. Only bad point is the ugly high voltage power line crossing the Park. There is no entrance fee.
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Date of experience: February 2016
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