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Beijing Botanical Garden, Beijing

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See the bloom, blossoms, and bamboo of Beijing Botanical Garden, a well-maintained and enriching site featuring plants from over 3,000 different species. The tropical rainforest conservatory steals the show, with its temperature-controlled environment supporting an abundance of aquatic species, such as water lilies, as well as rubber, cocoa, and coffee plants. The main museum houses a vast collection of plant specimens, while the bee museum offers a route into the secret lives of the fascinating little creatures. Plan to visit Beijing Botanical Garden during your Beijing vacation using our convenient Beijing vacation route planner.
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  • I asked my guide to take me there, as the peony garden there is the largest in Northern China. I visited the garden on 19th April. It was a bit chilly, as the garden was located near the mountains and...  more »
  • In the sooo hot midlle of may we visit the botanical garden, taking subway line 4 and then bus number 563 or 331 ( right in the exit of the subway station). It took us like one hour from beijing cente...  more »
  • Best time to visit is a weekday,no crowds. The conservatory allowed one to experience a desert, rain forest and woodlands setting all under one roof. Park was very clean and flower displays very nice.  more »
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  • Nice to escape from the city life for a few hrs. Also a good starting point for hikes into the mountains.
  • Nice big park with lots of trails and plants. Stroll along the lake or up the mountain side. There is a great board walk that follows a stream down the mountain.
  • One of the most popular place for the local Beijinger as it is "away from the city, yet not too far" zone. This applies to the Spring and Autumn season where you can enjoy the various plum, sakura flowers and the yellow-red leaves respectively. However, crowd is definitely an issue as there is only one access road through the main gate. On worst days, traffic are jam-locked, you may be stuck in a jam even kilometres away from the main gate, making even walking there a difficulty. Couldn't say what is the best time to visit, as the best time are usually crowded. And the "less peak" time you will see less flowers or leaves.
  • Here it is very beautiful , is a good place .
  • Really a natural-friendly place