If one word could describe the city of Beijing, it would be ‘captivating’. Home to many of China’s popular tourist destinations such as the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, Beijing is also a place where you will be able to sample a range of delectable local delicacies which will show you a unique blend of flavours found only in this corner of the world. The great shopping options are another aspect of this amazing city which draws in travellers from across the globe. If you enjoy partying well into the early hours of the day, you might want to step out of the comfort of your hotel room and scout the city for a nightclub or a friendly pub where you can dance till you start spinning or enjoy a pint along with a good conversation.
The Dajue Temple is located in the western part of Beijing and is a much visited religious site which is considered to be of great importance to followers of Buddhism. While the original version of this structure is said to have been completed in the 11th century, the Dajue Temple was rebuilt during the Ming Dynasty. Constructed on top of hills, on either side of the Dajue Temple are the Temple of Universal Grace and the Lotus Temple. These two religious sites are described as the two Bodhisattvas while the Dajue Temple is seen in this respect as a Buddha who rests in the middle. Within the main hall of the Dajue Temple visitors will be able to see a stone pillar which records historic facts dating back hundreds of years. A number of subsidiary halls can also be seen within the premises along with a water spring which is another interesting feature of this location.
Ascott Beijing can be noted as one of the leading apartment hotels Beijing which offers a fascinating variety of dining options and attractive amenities. Centrally located, this peaceful rest is an ideal choice when it comes to finding holiday accommodation Beijing which agrees with the needs of the modern traveller.