Where are you going?
Or, let us surprise youSpin the Globe ®

Beijing Chaoyang for Couples

List View
Map View
Beijing is a city with an extraordinary history, as well as a powerful 21st century edge. Wander the Forbidden City, admire the futuristic architecture of the Olympic Park, and experience local culture in the hutongs of the city’s oldest neighborhoods.
Save Place
42 Guozijian St, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China, 100007
Located off the busy streets in the middle of a quiet hutong alley, this store has gone from modest to modern chic, and has moved into beautiful furniture. They used to have beautiful laser-cut wood accessories made by Chinese designers and have...
Save Place
1 Chaoyang Park S Rd, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing Shi, China
This is the largest park in Beijing, so you almost run the risk of getting lost. There are worse things that could happen. The park has a number of attractions, such as an artificial beach, swimming pools, a bungee-jumping tower, boat rental, and...
Save Place
9 Nanying Rd, Chaoyang Qu, Beijing Shi, China
Like many things in Beijing, this film museum is the biggest of its kind in the world. Its size (62 acres) is mind-boggling. The museum encompasses 100 years of Chinese film, but it also offers interesting expos and workshops. Supposedly, it...
Save Place
Donghuashi Beili, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China
Yunteng Binguan specializes in the cooking of the Yunnan province. The restaurant is hard to find, but their cheese is worth the hunt. It’s like a milk cake of fresh curd topped with fried Szechuan peppercorn. —Fuchsia Dunlop Bldg. 7, Dong Hua Shi...
Save Place
12 Yonghegong St, Dongcheng Qu, China, 100007
To understand China, it's imperative to understand the important role religion and philosophy play in the culture. Buddhism is one such influence, and this gorgeous temple tells a bit of that story. Yonghegong is in the northern part of Beijing...
Save Place
6 Fangyuan W Rd, Chaoyang Qu, China, 100096
This is the best place in Beijing to buy contemporary Chinese ceramics. Spin works with artists in Jingdezhen, China’s porcelain capital, and the pieces here are original, limited-edition works of art at competitive prices. Attractive vases,...
Save Place
Most big cities in China, of sufficient age and with sufficient mind to preserve the old, have a bell tower and a drum tower. Usually, these are in the town square or somewhere nearby. In Beijing, they are located on the city's famous center line...
Save Place
24 Zhonglouwan Hutong, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China
Explore the back streets near Andingmen Station for a glimpse of everyday life in the hutongs of Beijing. While in the area, stop for a drink at the unexpectedly hip Siif Cafe. As the sign out front says, they have good coffee, along with...
Save Place
13 Fensiting Hutong, Dongcheng Qu, Beijing Shi, China
Ningxia is a region that borders Inner Mongolia. The food reflects the desert and grassland terrain. Go to the restaurant at the Ningxia Hotel for fantastic steamed mutton with wild herbs. Instead of the rice you’d find in southern China, here you...