Conquer Online's Free Trip to China Lucky Draw Event will officially kick off, this March 15th! Fly round trip, take a guided tour of Beijing, travel to Song Mountain to visit a real-life Shaolin Temple, and pay a visit to TQ Digital's HQ, as well as even more famous scenic locations in China! And the trip is all on us! Sounds exciting, doesn't it? Well you'd better listen closely to the rules!
The 7-day luxurious trip is scheduled for July, 2011 and the event registration will be running from March 15th to April 30th! All new CO subscribers and existing players are able to take part in this grand sweepstakes! All you need to do is train your character to at least Level 50 and credit one TQ Point Card B between Mar. 15th - Apr. 30th.
And here comes your weekly update on the event! Last week, TQ Digital announced their first scenic spots to visit, and today we are going to reveal the second stop in this splendid journey - the Chinese capital of Beijing! We can almost hear the wow's now! Let's waste no time telling you about it!
As the capital of China, Beijing is the nation's political and cultural hub, and also the focal point for the country's transportation, scientific and technological development, education and communication. It's world-famous for its trove of historical sites and enchanting natural scenery, making it a compelling tourist destination that offers an abundance of ancient and modern architecture, temples, gardens, and museums and a variety of colorful local flavors and customs.
Famous City Attractions
A Chinese saying goes that "He who has never been to the Great Wall is not a true man". It is such a spectacular and formidable architectural feat that anyone who comes to China should not miss it, under any circumstances.
Beijing is vibrant with amazing attractions, and the Forbidden City, also named the Palace Museum, is one of the most magnificent and splendid palace complexes in China and one of the five world-famous palaces of the world.
The Summer Palace is the most celebrated imperial gardens in China. It is acclaimed as a museum of the gardens of China. A visit to this garden bestows on sightseers a glimpse of scenes that showcase the many locales and cultures all over China.
Beijing National Stadium (Bird's Nest) & Beijing National Aquatics Center (Water Cube)
Situated in Olympic Green Village, the Bird's Nest and the Water Cube have become the city's modern landmarks. After the 2008 Summer Olympics, the National Stadium & the National Aquatics Center have been opened as tourist attractions.
We'll keep you updated with more information about this thrilling event! Keep watching for more!