Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort

Address: No.1 Xiedao Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100018, China | Resort
 
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Location

This resort, located in the Shunyi District area of Beijing, is near 798 Space, Ming Tombs (Ming Sishan Ling), and Dong Hua Men Night Market.
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