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Beijing Sights

Beijing Botanical Garden (Bìijîng zhíwù yuán)

  • Garden/Arboretum

Updated 08/29/2014

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Sitting at the feet of the Western Hills in Beijing's northwestern suburbs, the Beijing Botanical Garden, opened in 1955, hosts China's largest plant collection: 6,000 different plant species from all over northern China, including 2,000 types of trees and bushes, more than 1,600 species of tropical and subtropical plants, 1,900 kinds of fruit trees, and 500 flower species. With its state-of-the-art greenhouse and a variety of different gardens, this is a pleasant place

to explore, especially in spring, when the peach trees burst with pretty blooms. An added feature is the wonderful Temple of the Reclining Buddha, which has an enormous statue that, it's said, took 7,000 slaves to build.

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Sight Information

Address:

Xiangshan Wofosi, Beijing, 100093, China

Phone:

010-8259–8771

Sight Details:

  • Outdoor garden Y10; conservatory Y50
  • 7–5 (outdoor garden)

Updated 08/29/2014

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