Blog Tag - Forbidden City

2016 Visitors to Beijing Palace Museum Topped 16 Million, An Average of 40,000 Every Day
The Forbidden City is known for its overwhelming crowds during peak periods. Last year, visitors to Beijing’s famous Palace Museum...
Blinged-Out Mobile Not the First Telephone Controversy at the Forbidden City
A tempest over a telephone has erupted at the Forbidden City.
Palace Feud: Taipei museum sues Forbidden City
It’s a battle royal with the Palace Museums of Beijing and Taipei locked in a lawsuit over who owns the copyright to some of China’s most famous p
Modern Structures to be Demolished, New Areas Opened to the Public 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
5 Hacks for Visiting (and Actually Enjoying) the Forbidden City
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.
Throwback Thursday: Plans Set for Forbidden City Expansion and Renovation
With Throwback Thursday, we take a glimpse through the mists o
Back to the Future: Wi-Fi to Become Available at the Forbidden City
Shortly after announcing that the Forbidden City will be...
Forbidden City Announces Plan to Open 75 Percent of Palace to Tourists by End 2015
While it cracked Conde Nast Traveler’s list of the 50 Most Beautiful Places in Asia, many people consider the
Forbidden City Sips: Atmosphere's New Cocktails Are Deeply Sourced in Chinese Culture
Call him Beijing’s cocktail tour guide.
C2H6O: Beijing's Chicest Beer Museum and Bar is Filled With 700 Beers and Sits Next to TRB
Opening mid-June, C2H6O is a hidden beer museum-cum-bar located only 100 meters down the
Forbidden City, Great Wall Named Two of Asia's Most Beautiful Places
Beijing's Forbidden City and the Great Wall have been named to Conde Nast Traveler's list of the...
Kublai Khan's Palace May Be Underneath the Forbidden City: Report
Ming Dynasty conquerors may have built the Forbidden City over the site of Yuan Dynasty ruler Kublai Khan's palace, Beijing archaeologists now bel
Rare Photographs Show Late 19th Century Peking
Photographs taken by Thomas Child, an employee of the  Imperial Maritime Customs Service, documenting 1870-1880 Peking are curren
Crowd Alert: Public Attractions to Avoid During the Holidays
October 1, also known as Golden Week, draws droves of local and international tourists to Beijing's most famous attractions.