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Q: Is it still possible to access Beijing's underground city?

8 years 7 weeks ago in  General  - Beijing

 
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Peasant

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yes.

great question btw, beijing underground city is quite the amazing place! *two thumb up*

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I just found out that it's not possible anymore. Most of the entrances have been concealed and the only way you have a chance of accessing it is to pay off someone who's house happens to be built above one of the secret entrances - most of which are in the Qianmen area. But I heard that many of the passageways have been filled up with rubble now and are simply inaccessible.

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Tommas says yes coffaholic says no... I'm so confused! Puzzled Who's right? Who's wrong?

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From what I read online last year its not accessible but Tommas says it is, please explain Laughing out loud

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Tommas is wrong. I also heard that it is no accessible anymore. There might be one or two secret entrances left but these are off-limits to the general public. Plus why would you want to go there anywhere? It's unsafe, moldy, got rats and is partially flooded.

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