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The 7 Most Instagrammable Spots In Beijing

When it comes to ‘gram-worthy places, there’s endless Instagrammable Spots across the globe, but which ones are the best? 

From urban skylines and tropical rainforest waterfalls to cotton-candy-hued cafés, we’ve rounded up the most photogenic places in every country in the world. The places where you’ll capture travel photos that you’ll want to share with everyone you know.

Visiting Beijing? These are the top 7 Beijing Instagram spots you can’t afford to leave off your feed.

1. Shichahai Lake

A peaceful lake surrounded by ancient temples. Shichahai is composed of three lakes – Qianhai (front lake), Houhai (back lake) and Xihai (west lake).

There’s also a lively bar scene for a relaxing pint after your stroll.

 

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2. Forbidden City

The Unesco-listed Forbidden City is China’s largest collection of ancient imperial artefacts.

The former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty, it now houses the Palace Museum.

 

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3. Galaxy SOHO

This futuristic retail, office and entertainment complex is completely devoid of any corners – completely reinventing the classical Chinese courtyard.

 

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4. Hutongs

In Beijing, hutongs are alleys formed by lines of siheyuan, traditional courtyard residences.

These tiny narrow alleyways are where you’ll get the ultimate China Instagram shot.

 

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5. 17 Arch Bridge at Summer Palace

The 150 meter long 17 Arch Bridge was built in 1750 by the Qing emperor QianLong and has 17 different arches on it.

Come at sunset for the most majestic photograph.

 

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6. Bird’s Nest Stadium

Used as the main stadium during the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, it’s now a tourist attraction and a venue for important matches.

An iconic feature of Beijing.

 

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7. Jingshan Park

This beautiful park is at the highest point of Beijing city and is the best spot to get a bird’s eye view of the Forbidden City.

 

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