Dinosaurs come alive at China!

Dinosaurs Beijing

When I was a little kid, I used to be a fanatic fan of Jurassic Park. It’s like I could and I always wanted to re-watch all of the Jurassic Park movie. Even if the earlier movies seem not real enough, it doesn’t matter to me.

I knew exactly that Dinosaurs are not longer alive since 65 million years ago or so. But I often caught my self wondering and imagining that I’m living in a world where dinosaurs are still alive, when you can see them with your own eyes, and you have to run away escaping from the T-Rex. Life will be so much exciting, I thought.

I know it sounds silly. But that was 8 or 9 years ago, okay?

I was so surprised that when I visit Jing Shan (景山, means Prospect Hill) Park in Beijing, China, there was a Dinosaur exhibition being held. After all of these years, I never expected that I would actually have a chance to see a dinosaur, even the fake one. And I didn’t even expected that I would be able to see the fossil either. But here I am.

Dinosaur Beijing

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Dinosaur Fossil BeijingJing Shan Park is actually quite near from the Forbidden City & there stood Wanchun Pavillion on the top of the hill where you can see the marvelous view of Forbidden City.

It was cloudy and foggy when I went there. But the weather is actually hot and humid. The view from up there is just sooo amazing. I mean it.

Jingshan Park View

Admission Fee       :
Entering Jingshan Park : CNY 2
Dinosaur Exhibition     : CNY 10

Operational Hours : 06:00 – 19:00

Location                :
Xicheng, China

3 Komentar

  1. Indra Setiawan berkata:

    eh, kirain beneran…hehhe
    Salam kenal sesama travel blogger..:-)

    1. Sharon Loh berkata:

      Hehehe judul menipu ya :p
      Salam kenal juga! 😀 Wah pernah ke Raja Ampat ya? Keren abis!

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