What to see and do with your kids in Beijing I

teeped in a mystical and fascinating history, Beijing may not, at first glance, seem suitable for travel with children. But look past the ancient buildings and temples, and you'll find more than enough activities and attractions while on holiday with kids in Beijing.


The Summer Palace is a good place to start sightseeing with the kids for your last minute China travel deals. With magnificent gardens open to visitors, children will have plenty of space to run around. The Happy Valley Amusement Park never fails to entertain and thrill the whole family as moms can wander around the shopping centre while the kids are at play. Milu Park ranks as one of the best places to enjoy a picnic outdoors and do a little milu deer spotting, while spectacular sea life awaits at Beijing Aquarium. Another really entertaining park is Chaoyang, which is the biggest in Beijing.


On rainy or very hot and humid days, take the kids to Le Cool, an indoor ice skating rink, or to one of the many indoor playgrounds around the city, such as Fundazzle. It's a great way to tire them out so you can either pop them in their stroller and carry on with your own sightseeing, or, amidst all the excitement of being in a new city, put them to bed.


1. Beijing World Park


If you are travelling with children in Beijing (must-see for your best tours of China), The Beijing World Park is an entertaining destination. The park features 100 miniature models of some of the world's most famous tourist attractions, from over 50 countries across the globe, and is designed to let visitors experience a trip around the world without ever having to leave Beijing. It is an amusing place to take photographs and, among locals, has become a popular spot for wedding pictures! The sights include Egypt's Great Pyramids, France's Eiffel Tower, India's Taj Mahal, England's Stone Henge, and even New York City's Manhattan island, complete with Empire State Building and World Trade Center. Although the park can be a bit run-down, depending on the season, it is a great place for kids to learn and enjoy naming the attractions as they stroll through the replicas. If you take it all in with a positive attitude, and let the kids' excitement infect you, the park can be a delight for adults too. Summer is the best time to visit Beijing World Park as it is a venue designed for sunny weather.


Address: 158 Dabaotai, Huaxiang Fengbaolu, Fengtai District


2. Fundazzle


If you are looking for things to do with your kids in Beijing, Fundazzle is the venue to remember for a rainy day. This amusement centre delights children (it is open to anybody under 14) and gives parents a welcome rest. The huge indoor play area at Fundazzle features a massive ball pool, trampolines, a two-storey jungle gym, a toddler area with cars, swings, seesaws and houses, and something called a space maze in which children can lose themselves happily for hours. On the weekends there are arts and crafts classes and performances for the kids to enjoy. The centre is completely safe and can even be educational as there are sometimes fun, interactive language and maths classes conducted. After days spent sightseeing this is the perfect attraction for kids that need to blow off some steam and get some play time. Adults can spend the time reading or simply watching the kids cavort in the colourful playground, which can be very amusing.


Address: Gongti Nan Road


3. Happy Valley Amusement Park (Beijing Huanle Gu)


his amusement park, which opened in 2006, is a fantastic place to spend the day with the little ones. Happy Valley (an optional attraction for your popular China tours) features 40 rides, such as the Energy Collector, Trojan Horse and the Crystal Wing Rollercoaster, an IMAX Theatre and even a shopping centre. It is very similar in style and layout to Disneyland, featuring six theme parks: Firth Forest, Atlantis, Ant Kingdom, the Aegean Sea, Lost Maya, and Shangri-La. Atlantis is probably the favorite of these, with a massive palace built in its centre. There is a mini train that circles the outer rim of the park offering scenic tours. Kids of all ages will have a screaming good time at the Happy Valley Amusement Park, and in the right conditions it is a wonderful way to spend a few hours for the whole family. However, Happy Valley gets very crowded on the weekends, with queues of up to 3 hours for rides; during the week, when it is much quieter, not all the rides stay open. Therefore, to avoid disappointment, it is best to find out ahead of time whether the state-of-the-art roller coasters will be running when you visit. Happy Valley is best when it is warm and sunny.


Address: Xiao Wu Ji Bei Lu, Dong Si Huan (East Fourth Ring Road)



You can learn more attractions in China via ChinaTour.com such as Beijing attractions, Hong Kong attractions, Xian attractions, Shanghai attractions and so on.



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