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11 reviews of Jingshan Park

joaquim cubarsi

A park of old people exercising

It was my 2nd day in Beijing, from the 8 that were jammed with tourists and guides with a microphone, false guides, an audio guide sounding each time crossing a historical thing of national interest: Temple , palace, etc, and at the end of the tour I decided I was not going to ignore it. 1 morning in the Forbidden City. I left the North Gate close to my hotel, crossed the Grand Avenue and the other side I was expecting something different. A haven of peace, where, as in all city parks, you must pay admission to access, about 20 yuan, or 20 cents. On both sides of the entrance and the central artery of the Chinese park there were olde people exercising : Oriental Dances pace Seniors , tai chi, dancing and racquet ball, aerobics Chinese ...

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Jingshan Park

To dig the moat of the Forbidden City it was necessary to remove a huge amount of land which was stored behind the palace, was used to construct a temple. The result is one of the most beautiful places to see in Beijing, including the Forbidden City and Beihai Park, where there is decent weather and pollution is not too thick. The park is very popular for its views, and also because older people here can practice Tai Chi or calligraphy with water. The price is about 10 yuan to enter.

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