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Q: What can I do on the weekend in Beijing?

What’s something fun to do besides getting blasted in Sanlitun?

11 years 24 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Beijing

 
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Beijing is full of stuff to do. How about checking out some local art? The Today Art Museum just south of Guomao is apparently the only non-government funded museum. The entry price is less than 20 kuai and there are loads of galleries around the area to check out.

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Try to go to the pool! The watercube is really fun and is sure to please every member of your family!

mozart2vienna:

I love this idea.

I hope it will not be too crowded.

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*MrBump bumps the bump*

 
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The great wall man, nothing beats going to the Great Wall.

Shining_brow:

I hope that was sarcasm! I found a few places better to go to than there... Summer Palace, for example.

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