|Our second day of a guided tour by Leo (in blue).|
|The first place was Tiananmen Square.|
This place of interest attracts not only foreign visitors but also the abundance of local Chinese.
|From Tiananmen Square we proceeded to Forbidden City 紫禁城 with interesting stories & historical facts from Leo.|
|A military guard @ Forbidden City.|
|In the Forbidden City.|
Some of the shots at the Forbidden City.
|Hall of Preserved Harmony.|
The last session of the tour in the Forbidden City.
|That was it, I was here @ the Forbidden City. At the rear exit.|
|The city is surrounded by this 6m deep X 52m wide moat to keep away enemy entering the city.|
|Another one of those commercial visits to help China's economy. This time was scary and it was to a Traditional Chinese Medicine Center.|
|A talk given by a qualified doctor both in western & Chinese medical fields and later followed by a physician taking our pulse rates for our health review.|
|Some ended up purchasing medication for few months. To believe it or not.....it's all up to you.|
|A brief of Temple of Heaven.|
Another must visit place in Beijing.
|Gambling row inside the Temple of Heaven.|
|The vast green lung of Beijing also popular among the local Chinese for morning exercises.|
|At the entrance of Summer Palace 颐和园 with interesting statistic for you to know.|
|Used to be an imperial hideout but has been open as a public park since 1924.|
|Summer Palace of Beijing expresses the art of Chinese landscape with beautiful garden design.|
|Water is the biggest element in Summer Palace combined with the surrounding hills making it a wonderful paradise.|
|A magnificent landscape garden design with outstanding aesthetic value.|
|Grand buildings and tower are among the gorgeous sight in the park.|
|A brief of Wenchang 文昌 Tower. A similar name with my late father's.|
|I reckon it will be more beautiful during summer time.|
|Moving over to the place of the powerful Empress Dowager Cixi 慈禧太后.|
|Care to take a trishaw to the subway. That was it for Day 6.|