Dating back to the 10th century and lively with worshippers on Fridays (it’s closed to non-Muslims at prayer times), Běijīng’s largest...
Infused with an air of reverence and devotion, this lovely temple originally dates back to the 7th century. Now the China Buddhism...
The counterpart of the Southeast Corner Watchtower, the Xībiànmén Watchtower is not as impressive as its robust and better-known...
Húguǎng Guild Hall
With balconies surrounding the canopied stage, the Húguǎng dates back to 1807. In 1912 the Kuomintang (KMT), led by Dr Sun Yat-sen, was...
Lonely Planet review
This is a huge place, but it needs to be considering the hordes who flock here for the big, juicy and succulent lamb kebabs (nothing like the tiny skewers sold on the streets) and the array of authentic Uighur dishes, some of which are Halal, from far-off Xīnjiāng. We think the roast lamb leg is a bargain at ¥65. Picture menu.