Beijing China Picture Gallery
China is an amazing country with many fascinating things to see and do.
Of course, one of the most visited locations is Beijing. This thriving
city has enough attractions to keep you busy for weeks. The Beijing
pictures below are just a small glimpse into the vast historical and
heritage of the city. Tourism to China has increased tremendously over
the past several years. If you are planning to visit China and want to
guarantee that you see the best attractions, schedule your Beijing tours
prior to your departure.
If you are planning a trip to Beijing, remember that American citizens are required to travel with a valid passport and visa to China
. You can apply yourself if you are in no hurry or, if you need it quickly, apply for expedited Chinese visa service
Forbidden City was originally constructed in the 15th Century by the
Ming Emperor Yongle. China's emperors governed from the Forbidden City
and rarely ventured outside the palace grounds. Twenty-four emperors
lived in the Forbidden City over the course of over 500 years. The City
is divided into three parts: the outer court, where the emperor
received senior officials and conducted affairs of state, the inner
court, where the emperor lived with his family, and the Imperial
Garden, where the family spent most of their leisure time.
Marble boat at Summer Palace
Arch with Kuntai Royal Hotel
in the background
Orange vendor's tricycle on sidewalk in a neighborhood in Beijing.
One of the local staples in Beijing, stuffed steamed buns. Usually very good.
Market in Beijing
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