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Eight Great Temples (Ba Da Chu Park)

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Eight Great Temples (Ba Da Chu Park)

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Western Hills, Beijing 100043 China
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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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Sarah wrote a review Jan 2020
Selangor, Malaysia14 contributions3 helpful votes
Because I went there during winter, so it was really cold up there. There are quite a number of temples at the first phase. As you go further up, there will be also temples.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Calvin C wrote a review Aug 2019
Manchester, New Hampshire743 contributions131 helpful votes
After buying the ticket and walking in and visiting the first 2 temples, I was shocked to find the rest of the park was roped off. I felt like a sucker after taking a bus quite a distance to get there and paying the 10 RMB. However, it was busy with many Chinese and it seemed they felt fine with paying 10 RMB for the 2 temples. It is not a like of money but I still felt cheated. Skip this park until construction finishes. I am sure it is usually beautiful. I was done after 20 minutes.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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ibabich wrote a review Oct 2018
Ramat Gan, Israel290 contributions33 helpful votes
You can easily spend a day here. All complex is beautiful, a lot of things to see. And a great view from a top.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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emmagta wrote a review Jun 2018
Manarola, Italy469 contributions24 helpful votes
Eight Great Temples (Ba Da Chu Park) - I really enjoyed walking and taking strolling through the park.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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iristaletta wrote a review May 2017
Beijing, China1,455 contributions117 helpful votes
As a residence in Beijing for more than 10 years I am surprised I did not know about this place before. I came here with a friend. We were a bit late and lazy so we booked an Uber/DiDi taxi to go there. Took about one hour. The sky was clear blue and it was just after the Chinese New Year. We took the trip to have a good walk. Once reaching the top you can see the city and since it was a clear day we good some good photos. There are several smaller and bigger temples and a big pagoda. I think the area is beautiful and would like to go back sometime soon.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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