Xiaotangshan Hot Spring Resort

Address: Xiaotangshan, Changping District, Beijing, 102206, China | Resort
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Location

This resort, located in the Changping District area of Beijing, is near Dingling Underground Palace, Chinese People's Anti-Japanese War Museum, Echo Wall, and Chinese Minorities Park.
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