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Cheap Hotels in Beijing

A favourite with travellers, Beijing is a beautiful and fascinating city filled with culture, art and food that stand against a long history.

With so much to do throughout the Chinese capital, travellers will find hotels in Beijing to suit their every need. Whether you’re backpacking or heading for a five-star city break, you can ensure you’ll be catered for at all times.

Despite its hectic image, this ultra-modern city has many areas of peace and tranquillity including Jingshan Park and Beihai Park, with its imperial garden. You can also explore the centuries of history through captivating sights such as the Forbidden City, a 15th century walled complex of palaces, the world-heritage listed Summer Palace, a retreat for emperors and the world famous Great Wall.

Jump into the modern era and check out the National Centre for Performing Arts, which displayed the city’s culture to the world at the 2008 Olympics and sits next to the world’s largest square, Tiananmen. And don’t forget to check out the impressive shopping at Wangfujing.

With so much to do, this is a cultural experience you’ll never forget.

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• Walking along the Great Wall, China’s most famous and awe-inspiring landmark.
• Visiting Tian’anmen Square, the largest public square in the world, which has long been a gathering place for locals and visitors alike.
• Taking a trip to the Forbidden City, also known as the Imperial Palace, which was home to 24 emperors between 1420 and 1924.
• Enjoying a rickshaw ride through the ‘Hutongs’, a maze of narrow cobbled streets.

Thing to see and do

Shopping: Take a trip to Beijing’s Silk Alley. This open-air flea market with at least 200 stalls is a favourite haunt for tourists and a great place to pick up some bargains. Eating out: Make sure you sample some mouth-watering local delicacies such as the world famous Peking Roast Duck.

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US dollars are widely accepted across Beijing.