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Peking University is ranked as one of the top two in China (the other being Tsinghua University) and Is also a C9 League university (The Top 9 in China.), giving it favourable status for government funding. It was established in 1898 and has over 42,000...More
I use to live on this campus and I visit it often. The campus is filled with the most traditional of building and a miniature replica of the long corridor from the summer palace. You can walk in it around a pond with beautiful water...More
I can recommend my University for tourists, because it has beautiful lake inside and traditional chinese builds. Also a territory has some museums.
I also like teachers and atmosthere of University and can't imagine if I was study in another university in that time.
We entered through the West Gate. We were asked to show our passport on our way in. There was no entrance fee. The campus is nice as a whole, but the scenic lake and the nearby Boya Pagoda are the highlights. The lake is surrounded...More
The Peking University was so big that we even had trouble searching for restrooms. Beautiful ponds and gardens in the campus with flowers blooming all over during spring season. One of the must visit attraction in Beijing.
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The campus is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. People live right on campus. Perhaps not all the buildings are open but most are opened till 9 or 10 PM. The resident buildings that are not hotels often are only open to... More
The campus is open 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. People live right on campus. Perhaps not all the buildings are open but most are opened till 9 or 10 PM. The resident buildings that are not hotels often are only open to residents after 10 or 11 PM. However, you walk around campus and even go t the lake anytime of day or night.
Global Village Hotel is right across the street from the academic side of the campus--office buildings, library, etc. It is technically affiliated with the university, but is open to all visitors. Decent place to stay.