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Actually we didn't see a lot on our first trip to this place. We ended up in the Dino park...50 yuan entrance fee...and we spent about 2-3 hours in there. My kids really liked it. So we will be back.
Oh, the Fly Over China...More
Everything I read about Shijingshan leading up to the trip was about how it is an absurd ripoff of Disneyland. As an amusement park fan, this is the reason why I went. I think this characterization is a bit off. Yes, there is a big...More
Went to the park with my brother and boyfriend. We'd all read the reviews and looked forward to a 'so bad it's funny' kind of day. While we certainly got our fair share of that (what with the drained water rides, crumbling seating areas and...More
We visited Shijingshan Amusement Park in August 2016. It cost 10RMB to enter and the ride prices varied from about 20RMB to 60RMB per ride. Many of the rides were closed and a large part of the park was under construction or overgrown. We actually...More
Bajiao amusement Park is certainly not the most fantastic place to visit but it is something to do if you live here locally. If I was just visiting Beijing, this would certainly not be anywhere near my top of the list of my must things...More
We visited here with low expectations after reading the other reviews online and said low expectations were duly fulfilled. IF you are going to the park expecting a fun day out at an amusement park, expect to be hugely underwhelmed. We saw maybe one in...More
I went here after reading about the previous problems concerning the copyright problems.
Well... Those copyright infringements are now almost all solved but you can still see some remnants). But anyway. Arriving you pay a small entrance fee (10rmb) and then it is pay per...More
First visit was back in 1998 when I was a child. Though it feels somewhat barren here on the very westside of Beijing(5th ring Rd), this park isn't bad. Obviously there are more people here in the summer time than winter time. My 2nd visit...More
I never thought an amusement park (that is open) can be bad, but this actually felt like being in an abandoned amusement park. Almost freaky! It felt like two sections to this park, the part we entered first was absolutely abandoned, all rides were closed....More
We decided to go to Bajiao Amusement park on a Tuesday as we thought it would be quiet and also very convenient being the 3rd last stop on Subway line 1.
We arrived at 9am and it was like it was closed, we payed our...More