Timings : 6:00 AM - 9:00 PM,
Sights: 6:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Entry Fee : High season: CNY 10 - CNY 20,
Low season: CNY 5 - CNY 15,
Audio guide: CNY 60
This huge public park at 171 acres is one of China's largest. It is a popular tourist destination adorned with many attractions.
The Beihai Park is one of China's best preserved imperial parks. In the park sits a lake, which covers the majority of the park's area. The lake's inspiration was drawn from the Taihu Lake, and it's canals like the ones in Hangzhou and Yangzhou. This is a recurring feature of imperial parks all over China, drawing inspirations from various regions of the country. Of many of the attractions of the park, the most popular is definitely the White Dagoba on the Jade Flower Island, which is in the middle of the lake. The Dagoba is a 40 metre tall structure, made out of white stone. Other attractions include the Five Dragon pavilions, on the north bank, and the Nine Dragon wall north of that. There are a few Buddhist temples within the park as well. You can spend a nice day out, exploring, and discover the many Chinese gardens and other places within the park area.
$ 112 onwards
$ 354 onwards
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