Beijing comes alive at night with a new energy!
Ever wondered what Beijing would look like at night? Well, simply stunning! To see the illuminated sights of the Tian’anmen Square, The National Theatre, The Famous Olympic stadium-Birds-nest, Wangfujing Snack Street, The famous Qianmen Shopping Street, The Place Shopping Mall , Houhai lake and outstandingly many more.
A perfect way to end a marvellous night in Beijing, or even a perfect way to start it!See Beijing By Night is a musthave experience; with its luminescent style and relaxed, contemporary vibe, Beijing at night is unquestionably the city for everyone.
Offering affordable prices, pictureperfect scenery and most enjoyably, live Private guided tours! There to inform you as well as entertain you, and make your trip as exceptional as possible.With people joining us from all parts of the world, be prepared to be astonished!
Our guide will come to your hotel (lobby area) or any other indicated address to begin the tour from there. If you stay outside of the city area(4th ring road), please email us we get the update price.
It is one of the finest monumental gates in the world, extraordinary for its imposing size. Ornamental Columns (huabiao), stone lions and white marble bridges decorate the front.
Wangfujing Snack Street one of the famous local snack street and night market,The majority of the main area is pedestrianised and very popular shopping place for both tourists and residents of the capital.
The £300m Beijing National Stadium, located at the south of the centrepiece Olympic Green, is a stunning landmark building, which staged the 2008 Olympic Games from 8 August to 24 August 2008. The opening and closing ceremonies and athletic track and field events of the 29th Olympiad took place at the stadium. It also hosted the Summer Paralympics from 6 September to 17 September 2008 and Race of Champions 2009.
The stadium has a gross volume of three million cubic metres and is considered to be the world’s largest enclosed space. It is also the world’s largest steel structure with 26km of unwrapped steel used. The innovative structure was designed by Herzog & De Meuron Architekten, Arup Sport and the China Architecture Design and Research Group, and has been nicknamed the “bird’s nest” due to the web of twisting steel sections that form the roof.
As well as designing a modern stadium, the team was challenged with creating a venue that was part of the culture of China and would put Beijing on the map.
The 91,000-seat stadium was designed to incorporate elements of Chinese art and culture. The National Stadium’s main structure is an enormous saddle-shaped elliptic steel structure weighing 42,000t. The stadium extends 333m from north to south and 294m from east to west, with a height of 69.2m. The stadium design included demountable seats of 11,000.
Hou Hai (pronounced HO-hi) is a manmade lake—the largest of three consecutive lakes lined with willow trees and surrounded by a rambling maze of hutongs,Bars, and Restaurants .When they lit up at night, the area looks just special!
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