China is home to diverse cultures each with their own unique traditions and customs and one of the best sites to experience this is at the Chinese Culture Park in Beijing. Finding accommodation in the city is another great way to soak up local culture and if you also want to enjoy the finer things in life, then staying at a Beijing luxury hotel is an ideal option. Situated near the Forbidden City, Regent Beijing is just one such luxury hotel in Beijing that also makes a great starting point to your adventures. Situated within easy reach of the Olympic Green, the Chinese Culture Park showcases traditional housing, cultural performances and more relating to a large number of ethnic groups and offers a truly fascinating visit. There is much to see and discover at the site; see a cave-house of the Han People, Jokhang Temple’s Sutra Chanting Hall, Tibetan-style dances and a stilt-house of the Tujia People. The Chinese Culture Park is also where you will find the country’s largest man-made waterfall, Tenggeli Waterfall which at a height of 161-feet is a sight worth seeing.
Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.