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Went to this park in the morning and it was full of elderly people doing their tai chis and danced. The music was quite loud I was hoping for some peace and quiet. You can see the forbidden city at the top of the park.
Cute area to see the forbidden city with my friend. It has a lot of stairs and it was fairly clean, but it was crowded with no places to look at the imperial city as everyone was standing in the way. If you can squeeze...More
After visiting the Forbidden City, we walked across the busy road to Jingshan Park, where we hiked to the top of a manmade hill to a temple with outstanding views of the surrounding area. The hill was built 1,000 years ago using earth from the...More
Looking down over the Forbidden City and watching people waving flags around was the best part about Jingshan Park in my opinion. The park got quite boring after a while as you just walk round looking at buildings that all look pretty similar and not...More
We were there early, really early, as we went in after walking there from the sunrise flag raising ceremony in Tiananmen Square.
Our was fun watching all the variations of self and group exercise and dance that was going on in the park, mostly by...More
This park is so peaceful, it brings me joy every time I visit. It's small, but it barely costs anything to get in. You can just wander around and admire the flowers while listening to various musicians play their music. When you walk up the...More
I went visited early (around 9am) on a Sunday morning. It was already busy, but not terrible. It cost 2RMB to visit. Lovely park to walk around, could have spent hours here! I headed straight to the top of the hill as I had limited...More
We visited on a Sunday morning around 9:00 before it got too hot. I think it’s 2yuan each to get in.
We climbed up to see each temple and at the top you have a fantastic view of The Forbidden City and of Beihai Park...More
A so called student asked us in the par mok to talk a bit with him as he want to improve his english, we walked near the tea shop and he mentioned to have a cup of tea. As we wanted for a drink as...More
Our first day in Beijing we were tired after the flight and didn’t have the energy for the crowds at the main sights. So we made the good decision to recharge ourselves with a walk in the park. In August, Jingshan Park was green and...More