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At Cook Travel we offer premium discounts on business and first class airfares to Beijing. Our experience of over 37 years in the Beijing travel business has provided us with the knowledge and expertise to ensure you the smoothest flight and best deal. Call one of our Beijing travel experts at (800) 435-8776

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The National Centre for the Performing Arts in Beijing is internationally renowned. The building, a dome of titanium and glass surrounded by an artificial lake, is a sight just to see in itself. It was designed by French architect Paul Andreu, and is often referred to as The Giant Egg. The centre puts on opera shows, concerts, and theatre performances throughout the year of the highest quality. Book your tickets today!
A trip to Beijing would not be complete without visiting the Great Wall of China. Accessible by bus from the city, the great wall is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon. There are many great tours available. It is advisable to visit during the week, as the weekends can be heavily crowded.
The Forbidden City, located in the center of Beijing, is a significant landmark of Chinese history. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1987, The Forbidden City has a history that dates back to its construction in 1406. It served as the home of many Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. Within the Forbidden City is the Palace Museum, known for it’s incredible collection of historical Chinese artifacts.
The Temple of Heaven, another UNESCO World Heritage Site, is located in the southeastern part of central Beijing. Throughout the Ming and Qing dynasties, the Temple of Heaven served as a place for emperors to pray for good harvests. The decorations both outside and inside of the temple are ornate and stunningly beautiful.
Located right by the Forbidden City, Tiandi Yija is regarded as one of the best restaurants in Beijing. The lavish decorations and views of The Forbidden City are enough of a reason to visit this classy establishment. The food, however, is also incredible. The restaurant specializes in traditional Chinese cuisine. We highly recommend the Peking duck and Foie Gras.
Also not far from the Forbidden City is Temple Restaurant Beijing, often referred to as TRB. The restaurant is housed in a 600-year-old converted Buddhist temple, giving it a unique ambiance. The menu at TRB is primarily modern European, with a strong French focus. TRB has incredible service and a wonderful menu.
Beijing is a fairly easy city to navigate around. Taxis are plentiful and cheap, however it is to be noted that many of the drivers are not fluent in English. When taking a taxi, it will be very beneficial to have the address written in Chinese. Subways are also very inexpensive and accessible. Unlike European cities, the restaurants in Beijing close on the earlier side. It is common practice to dine out between 6:00 and 7:30.