Five Star Red Flag-the Chinese national flag, flies high in the sky above the Square. To see the guard of honor raise the Flag is a must for the tourist visiting Beijing City. You have to get up very early and arrive at the Square before sunrise. Only by doing so can you see the ceremony clearly as there are crowds of people attending the ceremony every day.
Beijing Universal Studios, about 30 kilometers from the hotel, brings you an unforgettable journey.
Well located to the vibrant Lufthansa Center and Wangjing areas, short distance from the city’s renowned 798 & 751 Art Center, as well as nearby with Universal Business Park where are headquarter office of well-known local and international companies. Easy access to Beijing International Capital Airport, China International Exhibition Center, New China International Exhibition Center.
After a day's tour, nighttime can hold other surprises for you. These can vary from traditional performances such as the traditional opera, acrobatics and martial arts to modern ones like concerts, pubs and clubs. Tianqiao Area and Laoshe Teahouse are good venues for tourists to enjoy Chinese folk culture; while Sanlitun Bar Street is an ideal choice if you are a party-loving night owl.
It is said that there are two things that you must do when visiting Beijing: One is to enjoy the roast duck and the other is to take a stroll on the Great Wall. There is simply quite nothing like a perfectly roasted duck with bronzed crispy skin and tender, succulent meat. There are literally dozens of restaurants that serve this famous dish, but perhaps the best known are Quanjude and Bianyifang.