Beijing, China

Beijing – the capital of the People’s Republic of China has over 3000 years of known history and this magical city has mesmerized many a tourist over the years.

High street fashion and luxurious restaurants as well as urban development for the 2008 Olympics have made the city one that has something for all. Historical sights and Chinese culture marry elegant boutiques and a friendly atmosphere to create one of the world’s most populated cities.

Wanli Changecheng, the Mandarin term for the Great Wall is the world’s largest historical site and China’s most famous attraction. Other top attractions in the city include the Forbidden City as well as the Summer Palace and the Imperial Palace. With history dating back to 1406, these hypnotic structures are highly recommended for any tourist in Beijing.

Located in the Wanshou Temple, the Beijing Art Museum holds precious materials dating back to the 17th Century. This includes wood carvings, paintings, Buddhist sculptures and ancient pottery.

Major Attractions:

  • Great Wall of China
  • Forbidden City
  • Ming Tombs
  • Summer Palace
  • Temple of Confucius
  • Temple of Heaven
  • Yonghe Lamasery
  • Tiananmen Square
  • Imperial Gardens & Mausoleums
  • Prince Gong's Mansion
  • Shichahai
  • National Stadium
  • National Aquatics Center
  • Fragrant Hills Park
  • Jingdong Grand Canyon

Top Hotels:

  • Fairmont Beijing
  • Hilton Beijing Wangfujing
  • Raffles Beijing Hotel
  • The St. Regis Beijing
  • Park Hyatt Beijing
  • JW Marriott Hotel Beijing
  • The Ritz-Carlton Beijing Financial Street
  • Sofitel Wanda Beijing
  • Shangri-La Hotel Beijing


Jetex in China

Jetex Flight Support has a fully established office in Beijing, China through which experienced professionals handle flights around Asia. A 24 hours Operation Centre means that client requests are handled with care at any time of the day.

Contact Jetex now for flight support in China and around the world. Our Travel department will make sure you receive the best of our concierge services.




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