CHINA Top 3 places to celebrate New Year's Eve in Beijing

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Top 3 places to celebrate New Year's Eve in Beijing

CGTN

04:29, January 01, 2019

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As 2018 comes to an end, every corner of the world will celebrate differently. If you have no idea where to spend the New Year's Eve in Beijing, then the following three most popular places will definitely give you some clues.

Jietai Temple

The crowds of people at Jietai Temple, Mentougou District, Beijing, Jan. 1, 2018. (File Photo: VCG)

The most traditional way to celebrate New Year's Eve in China is to ring the bell and make New Year's wishes. Jietai Temple, a Buddhist temple in Mentougou District in western Beijing, was constructed during the Tang Dynasty. Tonight, the temple will follow the custom of striking the bell 108 times to welcome the 2019.

Happy Valley Beijing

Tourists interact with light performers at Happy Valley Beijing. (File Photo: VCG)

If you want to spend the night in an exciting and fun way, Happy Valley Beijing is your cup of tea. Tonight Happy Valley Beijing is going to extend its opening hour until midnight. What's more, various activities are planned, such as the stunning Lantern Festival. They will certainly bring you to a fantasy world.

The Place

The sky-screen at The Place illuminates the street. (File Photo: VCG) 

The Place is regarded as the most romantic place to celebrate the occasion. Located in the central business district (CBD) of Beijing, The Place is famous for its huge sky-screen overhead. Measuring 250 meters long and 30 meters wide, it is the second largest LED screen throughout the world. Each year on this special occasion, it attracts large crowds of people to appreciate the enchanting view.

However, a kindly reminder that temperatures are very low in Beijing right now. Keep yourself warm and have a great new year!


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