Przewodnik turystyczny dzień dziecka w Pekinie

2017-06-01 15:49 ChineseTime

Children’s Day is around the corner. It is more than a festival for children – it is also a day for parents to leave the office and find something interesting to do with their kids. It is also about nurturing relationships.

As for outings, nothing is better than bringing kids close to nature, and outdoor farms or a natural forest park are always top options. If you are one of those parents who never overlook any chance to feed your kids with knowledge, visiting museums will be the best policy. Or if your kids are really into games or playing with cartoon characters, then amusement parks can certainly suit your taste.

Here we recommend several places in Beijing which you may find useful when making travel plans for the Children’s Day.

1. Beijing Happy Valley

Beijing Happy Valley is composed of six theme parks, including Firth Forest, Atlantis, Aegean Sea, Lost Maya, Shangri-La and Ant Kingdom. More than 50 sights of culture and ecology are scattered in all directions, to offer children a rare opportunity to experience the charm of various civilizations regardless of their distance in space and time. []

2. Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park

Beijing Shijingshan Amusement Park is a theme park located in the Shijingshan District of Beijing. It opened on Sep. 28, 1986, and is currently owned and operated by the Shijingshan District government. The park is accessible by Line 1 of the Beijing subway. []

3. Water World in the Water Cube (National Aquatic Centre)

Water World, located in the south area of the Water Cube, boasts to be the biggest and most advanced indoor water theme park in Asia. It is equipped with the world's top slides, including Ride House, Aqualoop and Tornado. Its intelligent temperature control system adjusts the indoor temperature according the change of seasons.

The colorful slides and the transparent plastic film walls and dreamy lights and music, create a scene like the undersea world, bringing freshness, excitement, mystery and happiness to tourists.

4.China Science and Technology Museum in Beijing

The Museum of Chinese Science and Technology was opened to the public in September 1988. As a national museum of science and technology, it is an important front of popular science education in China, whose main task is to disseminate knowledge of science and technology among the public, and help increase the scientific and cultural literacy of all citizens.

5.Beijing Zoo

Beijing Zoo was known for a short time after the founding of the People's Republic as the Western Suburbs Park (Xijiao Gongyuan). The grounds combine cultivated flower gardens with stretches of natural scenery, including dense groves of trees, stretches of grassland, a small stream, lotus pools and small hills dotted with pavilions and halls.

Beijing Zoo mainly exhibits wild and rare animals of China. The Giant Pandas are one of the most popular exhibits, but other popular animals including the Sichuan golden snub-nosed monkey, Manchurian tigers, white-lipped deer, yaks from Tibet, enormous sea turtles, polar bears from the North Pole, kangaroo from Australia, and zebra from Africa.

6. Beijing Aquarium

The stellar Beijing Aquarium is a worthwhile diversion in the northeastern corner of the Beijing Zoo. On view is an imaginative Amazon rainforest (complete with piranha), coral reefs, a shark aquarium (where you can dive with the flesh eaters), and a marine mammal pavilion. The last hosts lively aquatic animal displays.

This aquarium is home to thousands of fish, turtles and more, including an unforgettable Amazonian Arapaima, and features daily seal and dolphin shows.


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