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Beijing is China’s capital city, featuring all of the social, cultural and financial benefits that would be expected of the capital of the largest country in the world. Beijing is the political, educational and cultural centre of China and has a major business district as well as various entertainment and residential districts to create a well-rounded place to live and work. The city is inhabited by 17.55 million people and has a cosmopolitan feel, with recent developments having broadened and extended the city roads and streets. Beijing is well known for being flat, with just three hills in the entire city. It has a continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters.
Beijing is constantly growing and developing and has a rapidly expanding business district which is home to over 100 Fortune 500 companies. Beijing’s business district is becoming one of the most important financial districts in the world and has enjoyed a consistent growth of 8-9% each year since the 1980s. The city is home to a large number of major Chinese and international businesses, and is one of the world’s largest producers of rice, grain and cereals.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Beijing is a sprawling, cosmopolitan city, and thus has more than enough entertainment and nightlife options for residents and visitors. Beijing is well-known for its discos and karaoke bars, and there are also regular floor shows and acrobatic shows throughout the various districts. The Sanlitun Entertainment District is one of the most popular for visitors, and until recently almost every bar in Beijing was situated here. The Sanlitun District has a stadium, alongside which there are a number of bars, restaurants and even a steak house.
Beijing is a capital city and therefore has an extensive and well-developed transport network. The city is home to several airports, the most important of which is the Beijing Capital International Airport, situated approximately 23 miles from the Central Business District and covers approximately 4 km2 of the Chaoyang District. Beijing is also home to 5 major ring roads, 9 toll expressways and 11 national highways. There are over 5 million cars on the road as of 2011, and buses, trolleybuses, rail and subway systems are also plentiful.