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Join in Sunflowers Carnival at Olympic Forest Park

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The Sixth Sunflower Season at the Beijing Olympic Park is ongoing to July 26, during which the northern part of the park opens to public for free.

According to the sponsor, the Beijing Olympic Park, there are 24 types of sunflowers, which is the largest sunflower viewing area in Beijing’s downtown. You can not only see Oil Sunflowers, the most common sunflower, but also other types in different colors and shapes which covers over 100 mu (about 67,000 square meters). It is notable that a special viewing platform is set up where provides the best viewing of the flower for visitors. Hence, it is an ideal place for taking photos and drawing pictures. In addition, other flowers including all kinds of chrysanthemums and lotuses blossom can be seen as well.

Come here and touch beautiful nature!

Tips:

Opening Hours: 6: 00 – 21:00

Ticket Price: Free

Transportation:

Metro: Take Line 8 and get off at Sen Lin Gong Yuan Nan Station

BRT: Take Line 3 and get off at Yang Shan Qiao Nan Stop

Bus: No. 510, No. 81 and No. 379

Parking service is available near the gate of the park.

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