Area Attractions

A mere six-minute walk to Futong subway station and the excellent underground network, Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing is an excellent base from which to explore the capital. Wangjing is dubbed “Little Korea” due to the large number of Korean expats settled here and the area is a great place to sample Korean cuisine. Whatever you’re in the mood for, our Concierge is always on hand to share recommendations and assist with reservations and travel arrangements.

Hyatt Regency Beijing Wangjing

Lei Shing Hong Center, 8 Guangshun South Street, Chaoyang District
Beijing, China, 100102



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Arts & Culture

The Great Wall

Legendary 2,000-year-old Unesco World Heritage site stretching almost 22,000 km. Visit accessible but crowded Badaling or quieter Mutianyu.


Thriving arts and cultural hub, home to migrant workers, farmers, students and artists, most notably world-renowned Ai Weiwei.

Forbidden City

Covering 72 hectares, constructed by over a million workers and used as the imperial palace from 1420 to 1912. Now a Unesco World Heritage site.


District of 1,000-year-old hutongs (narrow alleys) and siheyuan (courtyard houses) now housing busy shops, galleries, cafés and restaurants.

798 Art Zone

Complex of artist studios, galleries, design companies, bars and restaurants housed within 50-year-old decommissioned military factory buildings.

Summer Palace

Vast ensemble of lakes, gardens and palaces spread over 2.9 sq km. Imperial garden during the Qing Dynasty and now a Unesco World Heritage site.

Temple of Heaven

Complex of religious buildings constructed in the 15th century and visited by Ming- and Qing-Dynasty Emperors to pray for good harvest.

Tiananmen Square

City square encompassing the Gate of Heavenly Peace, Great Hall of the People, National Museum of China and Mausoleum of Mao Zedong.

Today Art Museum

China’s first non-for-profit, non-governmental museum created to support the development of Chinese contemporary art.

Food and Drink


Cosmopolitan area home to a quarter of the capital’s Western expats and a wide variety of international bars and restaurants. Near to 798 Art Zone.


Lively neighborhood filled with cafés, bars and restaurants, popular with expatriates and busy day and night.

Family Attractions

InKids with Line Friends

Chic 880-sqm playground based on the Japanese messaging-app characters with trampolines, slide, ball-pit lake, climbing wall and café.


Vast ‘Aerial superpark’ with trampolines, climbing walls, basketball and dodgeball courts, a sky-high obstacle course and a battle beam.

Parks and Recreation

Chaoyang Park

Beijing’s largest park featuring beautiful landscaping, several large swimming pools and a fairground with rides. Bicycles and boats can be hired.

Olympic Green

Site of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, the centerpiece being the ‘Bird’s Nest’ stadium. Walk around the venues and visit the observation tower.


Capital Mall Wangjing

Modern shopping plaza offering stores, restaurants and entertainment. A nine-minute walk from the hotel.


Mall housing a cinema, 2,400-sqm indoor Winter Garden, park and children’s playground as well as the usual international brands and restaurants.

Taikoo Li Sanlitun

Modern complex inspired by hutongs and siheyuan artchitecture housing leading international brands, galleries, bars and restaurants.


Ancient pedestrianized street home to famous Beijing brands such as Shengxifu hats and Wuyutai tea. The exotic street snacks are an eye-opener.