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City Guide, Beijing

Beijing sits between two rivers that flow out of the hills and onto the North China Plain, which at this location is a large alluvial fan. The city is located some 100 miles (160 kilometers) from the gulf known as Bo Hai, an arm of the Yellow Sea, or Huang Hai.

Tourist Attractions

A world-renowned ancient cultural city, Beijing is a flourishing metropolis, boasting many scenic spots and historical monuments, precious artifacts and world-famous architectural wonders, such as Forbidden City, the most magnificent palace in China; Ming Tombs, an imperial tomb cluster for thirteen emperors of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644); Great Wall, one of the seven wonders of the world; Temple of Heaven, the worshipping site for the emperors; Summer Palace, the grandest imperial garden in China; Sacred Way, a divine road reflecting the pomp and dignity of emperors; Tiananmen Square, The largest square in the world; Lama Temple, a noted temple dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism; Beihai Park, a centuries-old park with marvelous scenery; Hutong, a carrier and mirror of Beijing folk culture.

Culture and entertainment

Undoubtedly, Beijing is the cultural center of China. Beijing has endowed too many connotations for culture. Beijing is just like the thickest encyclopedia, containing the cultural heritage of 5,000 history of China, absorbing the exploding knowledge of the current society, and foretelling the scenarios of the future development.

Beijing offers a wide variety of entertainment. Visitors can enjoy the traditional Chinese performances of Beijing Opera, Chinese Drama and acrobatics staged at theaters and teahouses or stop off a private Karaoke TV room to sing, or at a bar for a drink. For those who prefer more active pursuits, Yoga, bungee-jumping and rock-climbing are also available.

Food and drink

While dining in Beijing, even the most experienced of Beijing visitors will get tantalized. The reason is that the city is filled with so many delicacies all from through the country that it is too difficult to make a decision. As the capital of China, Beijing has developed its own culinary identity- Beijing Cuisine.


Join the throngs at Hongqiao Market to haggle for pearls, high-tech gadgets and brilliantly colored silks or tailor-made clothes at Ya Show Market. The mood is more up market in designer-lined Wangfujing, where the Arts & Crafts World Mansion stocks Chinese crafts from jade to intricate wood carvings. Bordering the hutongs and centered on remodeled Qing dynasty siheyuan courtyard houses, Liulichang Xi Jie is an atmospheric street to pause for tea and shop for antiques, name chops and calligraphy brushes.

Beijing Map

City Office
City: Beijing
Country:China (People's Republic of)
Address: L203 China World Tower 2 China WTC, Beijing
Mailing address: B.P. 517
Phone:(86-10) 65050314/5
Fax:(86-10) 65054120
Working hours: Monday - Friday: Morning 09:00 Am-12:00Pm Afternoon 01:00 Pm - 05:30Pm Saturday: 09:00 Am-12:00Pm

Airport Office
Airport: Capital International Airport
Address: Room 32092 Beijing Capital International Airport 100621 Beijing, P.R.C.
E-mail BjsApt@ethiopianairlines.com
Working hours Mon, Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun: 03:00pm upto flight departure at night

Starting January 1, 2013 Ethiopian airlines operation at the Beijing Capital International Airport will be served from Terminal 3. This move is as part of Star Alliance strategy of moving under one roof to simplify air travel to customers, which will further simplify connection times throughout the Star Alliance network within China and in the Region.

Now, Ethiopian customers flying to Beijing will have seamless connection to other cities within China and other neighboring countries like Shanghai, Fuzhou, Incheon, Narita, Taiwan, and hundreds of other destinations while earning and burning their miles across Star member carriers.

This will provide access to Air China Lounge for Ethiopian Cloud Nine and ShebaMiles Gold passengers and better connections to flights operated by Air China (Domestic and International), Air Canada, Air New Zealand, All Nippon Airways, Austrian Airlines, Egypt Air, Lufthansa, Scandinavian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, United Airlines and US Airways.

Beijing Capital International Airport Map

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