Blog Tag - Forbidden City
The Forbidden City is known for its overwhelming crowds during peak periods. Last year, visitors to Beijing’s famous Palace Museum...
A tempest over a telephone has erupted at the Forbidden City.
The Forbidden City is home to some of Beijing’s oldest and best preserved imperial architecture, but it also features some god awful structures of
The October holiday is around the corner and with it the promise of teeming crowds turning already packed historical sites into Satan’s mosh pit.
With Throwback Thursday, we take a glimpse through the mists o
Shortly after announcing that the Forbidden City will be...
While it cracked Conde Nast Traveler’s list of the 50 Most Beautiful Places in Asia, many people consider the
Call him Beijing’s cocktail tour guide.
We have alerted you about the new afternoon tea at...
Opening mid-June, C2H6O is a hidden beer museum-cum-bar located only 100 meters down the
Beijing's Forbidden City and the Great Wall have been named to Conde Nast Traveler's list of the...
Ming Dynasty conquerors may have built the Forbidden City over the site of Yuan Dynasty ruler Kublai Khan's palace, Beijing archaeologists now bel
October 1, also known as Golden Week, draws droves of local and international tourists to Beijing's most famous attractions.