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Best Spots for the Entire Family

Best Spots for the Entire Family

By Ellen Morris

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Are you planning to take your family out for fun? Beijing is actually a family-friendly city with lots of things for every member in your family to enjoy, whether it is just a leisure stroll or some thrilling activities that you wish to indulge in. Here we recommend some of the best spots in the city to give you and your loved ones a memorable day out.

 

Beijing Zoo

No one can ever resist the cute pandas! Beijing Zoo is home to around 450 different species and has a population of some 5,000 animals. Some of the most popular attractions among visitors are the wild rare animals of China itself, such as the giant pandas, golden monkeys, milu deer and northeast tigers. Families can stroll around the zoo all day to watch the various animals.

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Beijing Aquarium

The Ocean Park of Beijing is not just a huge aquarium, it is also an Amazon forest with trails that run along waterfalls, singing birds and babbling brooks. Thousands of water species and some land species of animals inhabit this park which is a combination of entertainment and enjoyable education. People of all ages are sure to enjoy this park.

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798 Art Zone

This former site of factories and warehouses has been revitalized into a hub of Chinese culture and art. The 798 Art Zone has a noticeably upbeat vibe and is lined with trendy cafes and boutiques. Funky, colourful art kids of any age will love this locality that is sprinkled with art-work in between, and the pieces on display are ever-changing.

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Beijing World Park

Is time too short for an around-the-world trip? Beijing has a park that can give you a glimpse of all the world famous landmarks 鈥 in miniature. The park has 100 world-famous man-made and natural attractions from nearly 50 countries throughout the world. If China wasn't on the top of the list for kids, take them to Beijing World Park to see their hoped-for destination in miniature.

Address: Dabao Village, Huangxiang Town, southwestern Fengtai District

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Shijingshan Amusement Park

It is the oldest, and the largest amusement park in Beijing that entertains visitors, especially kids, with thrilling facilities and interesting activities. It combines fun rides, outlandish buildings, gardens, and entertainment, and it features faux Disney characters. Your family wouldn鈥檛 have to travel all the way to Hong Kong or Shanghai to have fun with the Mickey Mouse.

Address: 25 Shijingshan Lu, Shijingshan District, Beijing
Opening Hours: Summer 8:30am-5:30pm; Winter: 9am-5pm

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Yuyuantan Park to the Summer Palace

Catch a boat from the pier at the park鈥檚 south entrance. Once you are on the water you are experiencing Beijing鈥檚 longest canal tour: a 26 kilometre trip along the Yulong line from the park to Longtan Lake. But your floating options don鈥檛 have to end there. Rent a boat to steer around the park鈥檚 lakes or float within a giant plastic bubble.

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Chaoyang Park

Chaoyang Park changes with seasons. During summer, it becomes a popular place for families to fly kites, rent boats and bikes, explore gardens and play on the manmade beach, the former location of beach volleyball during the Beijing Olympics. During winter, it becomes a snow park complete with skiing and inner tubing. There is even a little amusement park within.

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Shunyi Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Park

The Shunyi-based Lake that hosted rowing, canoeing and open water swimming for the Olympics is now a popular spot for sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding and wakeboarding. This is a more expensive proposition than an hour in a duck boat on Houhai but it delivers a genuine escape from Beijing鈥檚 grimy grind and provides a shot of adventure to keep big kids interested. If you sign up for a season, and add in some sailing lessons, the whole family will end up with a new skill to boot.

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