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Beijing, China Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 704
Total Sleeping Rooms 127,140
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 2,300
Committable Meeting Rooms* 100
Convention Center Space 20,371 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 23,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 4,860 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CNY 1,733
Average Daily Meal Cost CNY 800
Average Weekly Car Rental CNY 9,418
*Maximum for a single hotel

Beijing, China Things to Do and Attractions

Capital Museum

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On Fuxingmenwa Dajie, the western extension of Chang'an Street, sits the Capital Museum, a lofty architectural landmark the combines classical and modern influences. Inside the glistening, five-story glass building, visitors will find engaging

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Forbidden City

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When visitors first arrive to the massive marvel that is the Forbidden City, they are often struck by the sheer size of the 178-acre complex. Originally constructed between 1406 and 1420 under Ming Emperor Yongle, the Forbidden City was home to 23

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Great Wall of China

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The 5,500-mile-long Great Wall is evidence that wildly ambitious construction projects are nothing new in China. For every dynasty since the Qin, it served as protection against hostile neighbors to the north, spanning about 8,851 kilometers from the

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Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park

Opened in 1986, Beijing Shijingshan Park park provides fun for the entire family with rides, entertainment, and live shows. With a scenic lake encircling the park and a majestic castle at the entrance, the park leaves guests with the impression that

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Beijing Zoo and Aquarium

Situated in the Xicheng District near the Beijing Exhibition Hall, the Beijing Zoo is home to animals native to China, such as the Giant Panda and Golden Monkey, reside here, as well as some from foreign lands. Visitors have plenty of options for

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Summer Palace

Designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1998, the Summer Palace and its lush landscape continue to captivate visitors with its natural beauty and compelling history. Situated about 40 minutes from central Beijing, this popular park area,

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Beijing Golf

With more than 20 courses near the city, Beijing offers golf aficionados the opportunity to play a round at a number of unique and challenging clubs. Many of the courses are located within an easy drive of the heart of the city. Highlights include

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Tuanjiehu Park

An urban oasis, Tuanjiehu Park attracts locals and visitors alike with its incredible natural beauty and opportunities for summertime fun. The park features Chinese gardens, perfect for meditation and reflection, as well as a lake that is open for

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Hutong Rickshaw Tour

One of the most unique and exciting ways to see the charms of old world Beijing is on a guided rickshaw tour. Offered by Beijing Discovery Tours, trips last a full day and include a ride through the ancient alleyways of Beijing (known as hutongs), a

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798 Arts District

Often compared to the trendy New York neighborhood of SoHo, the 798 Arts District is credited for transforming Dashanzi neighborhood from a once abandoned industrial area known for housing several state-owned factories to a thriving artist community

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Liyuan Theatre

Home of the Beijing Opera, the Liyuan Theatre is a window into the rich cultural heritage of Chinese performance art and Chinese Opera. An immersive experience from start to finish, guests of the venue have the option to step behind the scenes and

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National Centre for the Performing Arts

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Considered an architectural icon in old Beijing, the National Centre for the Performing Arts, or "The Egg" as it is fondly called by the Chinese because of its ellipsoid structure, serves as a grand stage for established and emerging performers from

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Brasserie FLO Beijing

Those craving French fare will find it at Brasserie FLO, an authentic brasserie serving steak frites and other classic favorites. This popular establishment is authentic right down to its design, which was inspired by the Brasserie Terminus Nord in

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Da Dong Duck Restaurant

Situated near the embassy district, Da Dong Duck Restaurant receives rave reviews from the regulars thanks to its savory, crispy signature dish, Peking Duck. Da Dong Duck Restaurant features several private dining rooms that can accommodate small

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Wu Li Xiang

Located in the Traders Upper East Hotel Beijing, Wu Li Xiang is an elegant choice for regional cuisine, thanks to its Cantonese, Huaiyang, Hunan, and Sichuan creations. In addition to the main dining area, Wu Li Xiang features 11 private dining rooms

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