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Beijing is an ancient city with a venerable past that dates back over three millennia. Once the seat of power for the Emperors of China, this bustling metropolis is now a leading global community in the areas of commerce, culture, and science. It is home to several well-known UNESCO World Heritage Sites—such as the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, and the Summer Palace—as well as a number of internationally renowned cultural institutions. Some of the finest museums, theaters, and art galleries in the world reside within Beijing, like the National Museum of China, the National Art Museum of China, and the National Theatre for the Performing Arts. The city also features countless upscale storefronts within which to shop along its celebrated Wangfujing Street. Guests will even discover many awe-inspiring public gardens, including the breathtaking Beihai Park. Come stay at the Beijing Hotel NUO to experience all that this amazing city has to offer.

Visit some of Beijing’s most celebrated cultural attractions:

Forbidden City
Home to the Emperors of China for eight centuries, the Forbidden City is among China’s most distinctive cultural icons. This beautiful palace is composed of 980 unique buildings and stands today as one of the most visited UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the world.

Temple of Heaven
Constructed during the early 15th century, the Temple of Heaven was once a fixture in the religious ceremonies of the mighty Ming and Qing dynasties. Today, the complex is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its historical prestige and ancient architecture.

Summer Palace
The Summer Palace originally functioned as a holiday retreat for the Qing Emperors of the 18th and 19th centuries. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the palace features dozens of cultural landmarks like Longevity Hill, Kunming Lake, and the Garden of Harmonious Pleasure.

Beihai Park
Beihai Park possesses some of the most impressive traditional Chinese gardens in Beijing. First built during the 11th century, this massive public park features many amazing attractions such as Jade Flower Island, The White Pagoda, and the Chanfu Temple.

National Theatre for the Performing Arts
Located on Tiananmen Square, the National Theatre for the Performing Arts is a renowned landmark for its unique oval dome exterior. It consists of three illustrious venues—the Opera House, the Concert Hall, and the Theater—that all serve as the main performing arts center for downtown Beijing.

National Museum of China
The National Museum of China is among Beijing’s most visited attractions. With a collection of over one million artifacts, this outstanding cultural institution covers the entire history of China from prehistoric times to the last imperial dynasty.

National Art Museum of China
Open since the 1960s, the National Art Museum of China is one of the largest of its kind in the entire country. The facility contains a remarkable collection of more than 100,000 pieces of rare Chinese artwork that span 3 million years.

Wangfujing Street
Discover some the best shopping in China along Wangfujing Street. Many iconic Chinese shopping centers reside along the thoroughfare, including the Beijing APM, the Beijing Department Store, Wangfujing Snack Street, and The Malls at Oriental Plaza.


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