Flights From Phnom Penh To Beijing & Top Modern Attractions
Beijing – the capital city of China, is an ultra-modern city with unconventional high-rise buildings, luxury shopping malls and high-end international hotels connected by an intricate freeway system crisscrossing the city. Here you can find some useful information about flights from Phnom Penh to Beijing and the top modern attractions in this buzzing metropolis.
Getting from Phnom Penh to Beijing
The average price for flights from Phnom Penh to Beijing are $404; however, you can choose to travel in October, when most ticket fares go down. The flight will take you around 7 hours and 20 minutes.
If you want to get better deals for flights from Cambodia, simply visit the website of Cambodia Angkor Air – one of the highly reputable operators that frequently offers cheap flights from Beijing to Phnom Penh and vice versa. Currently the airline offers cheap flights from Phnom Penh to Beijing which cost only $210, valid until 31 March 2018.
Modern attractions in Beijing
Beijing Planetarium is a national level natural science museum, consisting of two main exhibition halls. Exhibition Hall A was the first large-scale planetarium in China and contains the Celestial Theater, plus an Eastern Exhibition Hall and a Western Exhibition Hall. Exhibition Hall B has several exciting parts: SGI Digital space theater, Space Simulator 3D theater, 4D theater, Sun exhibits, ancient Chinese astronomical instruments exhibits and telescope store.
The CCTV tower is one of the modern buildings of Beijing and was listed in top-10 world architectural wonders in 2007. There are many interesting places inside the CCTV Tower to visit. The revolving restaurant on the 18th floor is where visitors can enjoy Chinese and Western-style cuisine. The indoor viewing hall on the 19th floor is home to the highest post office in Beijing. The open-air sightseeing platform on the 20th floor is 238 meters above the ground and offers a wide view of western Beijing. Liuyun Hall on the 23rd floor is the venue of celebrations and recreational activities.
Beijing Olympic Park
Beijing Olympic Park was built for the 2008 Beijing Olympics and Paralympics Games. It embodies three concepts which are science and technology, green and human of Beijing. The main attractions of Beijing Olympic Park are the Bejing National Studium (the Bird's Nest) which hosted the opening and closing ceremonies, athletics, and football finals; the Beijing National Aquatics Centre (the Water Cube) which hosted swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and other sports competitions; and other venues used for the Olympics such as the Beijing National Indoor Stadium and the Olympic Village.