TangShan is a national comprehensive transportation hub, a regional logistics node city with a land, sea and air three-dimensioned traffic network.
- Nanhu Ecological Town Nanhu Ecological Town is located in the South of Central Tangshan, which is the 2016 World Horticultural Exposition site, having a total planning area of 105 square kilometers, of which the core scenic area is 30 square kilometers. It is the national 4A level scenic area and a comprehensive scenic area combining natural ecology, historical culture and modern culture as a whole.
- Caofeidian Wetlands area As a national 4A level scenic area, it has a wetland area of 54000 hectares, and abundant biological resources. There are wild plants of 63 families, 164 genera and 238 species and the birds are of 17 orders, 52 families and 307 species. It is also an important post house and habitat for birds migrating from Australia to Siberia.
- Luanzhou Ancient City Luanzhou Ancient City is located in Luanxian town of Eastern Tangshan Hebei Province (where the old town of Luanxian is situated). The core scenic area includes 8 theme commercial streets of South Korean Custom Street, Marriage Custom Culture Street, Snacks Street, Folk-custom Street, Temple Street, Burma Jade Street, Large-scale Catering Street, Recreation and Wellness Street, providing a full range, one-stop service for tourism, relaxation and vacation.
- Jingzhong Mountain Located in Qianxi County, Hebei province, Jingzhong Mountain is the national 4A level scenic spot, the national geological park, the provincial-level scenic spot, the provincial cultural relics protection unit, the provincial forest park, Hebei Province Tourism designated unit, one of the thirty most beautiful scenery of Hebei, one of the Top Eight sceneries of new Tangshan.
Beijing attractions are second to none in China, with famous tourist spots of various types, historical, cultural, scenic and modern. The top sights are the sections of the Great Wall of China (Mutianyu, Jinshanling, Jiankou, and others), the Forbidden City, the Temple of Heaven, Tian'anmen Square, and the Summer Palace.
- The Forbidden City The Forbidden City, situated in the very heart of Beijing, was home to 24 emperors of the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) Dynasties.The construction of the grand palace started in the fourth year of Emperor Yongle of the Ming Dynasty (1406), and ended in 1420.
- Temple of Heaven The Temple of Heaven was built in the Ming Dynasty (AD 1420) by the emperor Zhu Di in the royal garden. Once a year, at winter solstice, the emperors came here to worship Heaven and to solemnly pray for a good harvest.
- Tian'anmen Square — Largest Famous World Square Tian'anmen Square has hosted momentous events like the declaration of the People's Republic of China by Chairman Mao in 1949, and is surrounded by a host of world class sights, from the Forbidden City to China's National Museum.
- Summer Palace The Summer Palace was initially built in 1750 by Emperor Qianglong. The architectural style of Summer Palace is to make others believe it is inartificial. It covers an area of 70 thousand square meters and holds over 3000 houses. In 1860 and 1900 it was destroyed by invaders and in 1912 it was rebuilt by the Government of Qing Dynasty. In 1924, it began to be open to tourists.