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This place museum is big, divided into 3 areas: central, east and west wing. The central area is the favorite, but try not to miss the east wing to see the Treasure Gallery. Worth the trip and the time. If you can ignore the crowds,...More
We had to queue for about 20 minutes
It was worth it, but the hoards who block sight of the display cabinets taking picture after picture do not make for a pleasant experience.
But the treasures are good
Unfortunately with most top rated sites in China today, no matter which day you visit, it is bound to be super crowded. That was the case when we visited and at the end, we were frustrated by first the long queue then the others who...More
There is a small entrance fee but worth seeing the treasures and antiques. The nine dragon wall is located here.
Clock and Watch Gallery contains all the beautiful and ornate clocks given as gifts from other countries.
Treasure Gallery has exquisite items of the emperors...More
This area had some beautiful items but were very hard to see. The Chinese people are very rude and have no sense of manners or anyone else around them. You will stand in line to see the display and take a picture and they will...More
While the Forbidden Palace is approximately six hundred or so years old, its collection of treasures, accumulated by successive generations of emperors, dates back to as far back as the 10th century. So to say that the collection is considerable (about 1.8 million, to be...More