Jingdong No.1 Hotspring Resort

Address: Industry Park, Dongdachang County, Beijing, 065301, China | Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Jingdong No.1 Hotspring Resort Beijing

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Beijing

Leaving Beijing - the Top Ten

A travel blog entry by nietsreuef on Jun 28, 2015

6 comments, 82 photos

... of Beijing's location but were compelled to wipe out the Mongol's capitol, replacing it with one of their own. Bigger, better, more powerful. The Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, City Wall, administration buildings and dozens of temples were built in the first 20 years of the 15th century, still the core of Beijing, and the pride of China.

Less than 4 wheels - Transportation is possibly more diverse in Beijing than any other city. ...

Day 8: Back to Beijing

A travel blog entry by spencerwynn on Jul 18, 2014

7 photos

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We asked if it were possible to observe the manufacturing process, but since the manufacturing facility is in a highly sterile environment, allowing media types to wander about would compromise the sterile systems in place.

Nihao from Beijing

A travel blog entry by aarkventure on Oct 13, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... into absolute chaos when the army arrived and started herding everyone out of the palace with ropes, apparently because some Prime Minister was visiting. We tried to get a few last pictures of the sites we had paid to see, but the army guys screaming at us in Chinese were pretty scary, so we did what we were told. We eventually managed to get back in, and saw a familiar London face. London mayor, Boris Johnson, was also visiting the palace that day. I don't think they had closed it down ...

Day One in Beijing

A travel blog entry by sirscottric on May 01, 2013

171 photos

... area is roughly 4 times the size of the Forbidden City (400 acres or so). During ancient times, this entire area was reserved for the emperor and the royal family except during certain rituals. The main temple building is round and has a blue roof. The blue roof is symbolic for either water or gold (I don't remember) and represents heaven. Also, the roundness of the building is symbolic of whichever element, which is symbolic for heaven. The buildings the ...

24 Hours in Beijing!!!

A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Mar 27, 2013

3 comments, 53 photos

... as the Cube and the "Bird's Nest " didn't change colour while we were there. There was a tower which constantly changed colour and another building that kept changing, but not the main buildings. We didn't walk over to where the flame was, but we could see it. It looked like an ice cream cone.
When headed off again in the car and I had to be dropped off along the way and catch a cab as Morgan was going to her cousin's place to see the baby. Her ...

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