For a listing and review of all Public Parks, Animal Parks, Zoo's, Country Parks, Sports Parks and publicly accessible Gardens in Beijing, please refer to our List of Parks and Gardens in the city (and city Province) of Beijing.
This Page holds a Quick List of All Monuments, Museums, Landmarks, Parks, Temples & Mosques, Malls & Shopping Streets, Theaters, Hotspots and other sites reported on by The Beijing Report, sorted by their Function. Please use this Menu as your quick-guide to Beijing City & Province.
A Map depicting All Sites in Downtown Beijing + All Maps used in this Website : Downtown Beijing, The Forbidden City / Palace Museum and Tiananmen Square area, Ming Tombs, the Summer Palace Museum, etc
Southeast Corner Watchtower & Red Gate Chinese Contemporary Art Gallery
13 Ming Dynasty Tombs (Shisan Ling) in Winter
Li Yuan Peking Opera Theatre
and Jianghuo Hotel
Dongjiaomin Catholic Church, heart of the Foreign Legation Quarter
For Centuries already, Beijing City is the Cultural and Historic Capital of China, find the many Buddhist-, Taoist-, Muslim- and other shrines dotted around the City and Province. A colorful collection of options for the spiritually needy.
For those who have more time to spend a leisurely visit to Zhihua Temple
may be a wonderful opportunity to learn more of the rich history of the Ming Dynasty and it's by now infamous corrupt Eunuchs.
Established by a Chief Eunuch and initially dedicated to his honor, the Zhihua Temple is the home of a few unique temple relics and it's very own style of music.
Ethnic Minorities Cultural Park or Museum adjacent Olympic Park in Haidian District of Beijing
Buddhist Temple of Heavenly Peace in Fengtai
The Tianning Temple Pagoda in Fengtai is in short by far the oldest stone structure in the city
of Beijing. Only revived as an active Temple in the recent decade it was opened in time for the 2008 Olympic Games, and once nearly forgotten it now remains a popular albeit minor item on the tourist agenda.