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the Jingshan Park in Beijing

Jingshan Park
opposite the north gate of the Forbbiden City
Beijing
China
+86 10 64038098
near the summit of Beijing's Jingshan Park
near the summit of Beijing's Jingshan Park.

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Opening Hours Public Transportation Admission Fee
6.30 am - 8 pm (November - March)
6 am - 9 pm (April - October)
Subway Line 5 to Dongsi Station (Exit C) and then bus 101 to Gu Gong (Forbidden City) Station.
Jingshan Park lies opposite the north gate of the Forbbiden City.
bus 5 or 609 and get off at Jingshan Houjie Station or Xibanqiao Station
bus 111,124 or 210 and get off at Jingshan Dongmen
bus 101,103,109,614 and get off at Gu Gong Station.
2 Yuan
(Fee of exhibitions is not included)


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airport

nearest airport/train station
the Beijing Capital International Airport is the nearest airport and Beijing has several railway stations from which all parts of the country can be reached

convenient Hotel(s)
The Emperor Hotel is just a short walk away from the North side of the Forbidden City and the Jingshan Park. You can book it here along with many other hotels in Beijing

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weblinks to pages with further information:

Wikipedia entry about the Jingshan Park
information at TravelChinaGuide.com

YouTube video recommendations

Traveller China Beijing, Jingshan Park

CCTV Travelogue - Being Beijing / North of Central Beijing - part 1

CCTV Travelogue - Being Beijing / North of Central Beijing - part 2