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Flights to Beijing
Beijing, China’s capital, is a fast-paced city. This humongous concrete jungle is filled with history and culture. While taking pride in its historically significant past, this ancient city has learnt to embrace all that is modern. Though Beijing is pretty famous for its towering skyscrapers with futuristic architecture, the ones that catch the attention of many travelers are the National Stadium, CCTV Headquarters, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Olympic Forest Park South Gate Station, Galaxy SOHO, T3 Terminal at the Beijing Capital International Airport and Capital Museum. If you’re not that interested in the architecture of a place, then the city’s thriving art scene is another reason for travelers to book a flight to Beijing. Some of the best places to explore the art scene of the city are UCCA @ 798, The National Art Museum of China, Caochangdi Art Area and Today Art Museum.
A city as amazing as Beijing has countless attractions for travelers to explore. Some of the spots that need your undivided attention include The Great Wall of China, Beihai Park, Tiananmen Square, The Summer Palace, The Temple of Heaven, The Lama Temple (Yonghe), Beijing Ancient Observatory, Coal Hill Park (Jingshan), The Fayuan Temple, The Beijing Temple of Confucius, The Old Summer Palace, Beijing Zoo, and The Imperial Palace and the Forbidden City. Hop on a Beijing flight and explore the lengths and breadths of the city.
If you like to mingle with the locals and dance the night away while on a vacation or a work trip, then Beijing has a number of great bars, lounges and nightclubs for you. Some of the liveliest ones are Mix Club, Modo Ultra Club, Elements Club, Destination and Vics. Beijing also boasts of hosting some of the best festivals in the country. To name a few- Mid-Autumn Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Red Leaf Festival at Fragrant Hill, Beijing Chrysanthemum Exhibition and 798 Art Festival.