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When you think of the Beijing Olympics, many recall Phelps dominating the pool, the incredible designs behind the Water Cube and the National Stadium aka the Bird's Nest. Seeing the world come together in a city such as Beijing, amazing to see on television but...More
We visited the Olympic park in the evening when the buildings were illuminated in beautiful colours, and walked through the length of the park where many people were either visiting and taking pictures, or dancing together!
There are many shops and stalls to buy food...More
The park is beautiful but sadly u are not able to see even a single bird. In India animals are an important part of our lives. We in India believe that all have equal right to share our planet. Sadly, this was not the case...More
We all remember 2008 and this stadium had a personality that was an iconic landmark of the Games so it was a great experience to take the VIP tour and see it up close and behind the scenes. The engineering is an achievement to the...More
This is the area where the 2008 Beijing Olympics were held. It is worthwhile to walk around the area to see how unique the buildings are. After a short drive from the old part of Beijing, it is unbelievable to see these structures-- so modern...More
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Green Line subway (#8) is best, getting off at "Olympic Sports Ctr". Green line intersects directly with Purple Line (#5), Light Blue Line (#10), Dark Blue Line (#2), Yellow Line (#13) and Changping (light lilac line but... More
Green Line subway (#8) is best, getting off at "Olympic Sports Ctr". Green line intersects directly with Purple Line (#5), Light Blue Line (#10), Dark Blue Line (#2), Yellow Line (#13) and Changping (light lilac line but no # yet). All other subway lines require 2 transfers. So where you board depends on where you are starting from, but you want to end up on the Green Line (#8). There are color coded route maps in all stations and also most subway cars. Also each subway car has an electronic sign that notes all stops on its route, and highlights the current one. Signs are in both Chinese and English, as are oral announcements. You can find a great subway system map by googling "Beijing Subway System", but I can't reproduce the link here.