Beijing - Huanghuacheng Lakeside Great Wall
Huanghuacheng Lakeside Great Wall Tourist Area is located in Jiuduhe Town, Huairou District, Beijing, 65 kilometers away from downtown Beijing. It is a scenic destination that combines mountains, clear waters, and the ancient Great Wall. The "Three Unique Sights" here are particularly captivating and awe-inspiring.
Surrounding Areas - Mutianyu Great Wall Hotel
After a day of exploration, you can check into the Mutianyu Great Wall Hotel in advance. The hotel offers exquisite dishes, featuring local specialties such as rainbow trout and braised meat with chestnuts, ensuring a delightful culinary experience.
On the second day, you can head to Mutianyu Great Wall to witness the sunrise.
After enjoying the first rays of sunlight, you can spend the day exploring the Great Wall. As you ascend early, you can have ample time for exploration.
You can have lunch at Yisonglou Restaurant within the scenic area, where a variety of delicious cuisines are available.
After lunch, you can visit other attractions near the Great Wall.
Mutianyu - Xiangshui Lake
Xiangshui Lake is another unique and picturesque tourist destination in the suburbs of Beijing. Located to the west of Mutianyu Great Wall in Huairou district, it is 28 kilometers from the county town. Covering a total area of 18 square kilometers, it is a natural scenic valley that combines the Great Wall, ancient caves, mountains, springs, ponds and waterfalls.
Mutianyu - Shengquan Temple
Shengquan Temple, also known as Shengquan Mountain Guanyin Temple, is situated between Mutianyu Great Wall and Hongluo Temple in Huairou District, Beijing, covering an area of 4 square kilometers. According to historical records, it was built during the Tang Dynasty and has a history of thousands of years. It is a renowned pilgrimage site for Guanyin, featuring stunning natural landscapes and a tranquil environment. The temple is a national 2A-level tourist scenic area, suitable for mountain climbing, leisure sightseeing, and cultural exploration, allowing visitors to experience ancient rituals and pay respects to ancestors.