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A Concierge’s Black Book: Beijing

 

A visit to China’s capital isn’t complete without these hotspots and hidden gems.

 

Lewis Liu has been guiding travelers in China for over a decade. Now the chief concierge at the new Rosewood Beijing hotel, Liu has amassed a sterling list of must-see recommendations and unforgettable experiences in this metropolis of 21.5 million people. Here’s where he sends his guests.


 

For more on Beijing, read “Here’s How to Have One Spectacular Day in Beijing.”

Visit fortune.com/blackbook for more travel guides and insider tips.

A version of this article appears in the February 1, 2016 issue of Fortune with the headline “Black Book: See Beijing Like a Local.”

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