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Five year after the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the sleek and modern Olympic facilities have become the city's hottest modern attractions. The main stadiums are in Chaoyang District in northern Beijing about 30 minutes drive from Tian'anmen Square. You can enter the Water Cube Swimming Center as a tourist for USD4.9; the 100,000-seat National Stadium, or the Bird's Nest, is open to public at USD8 per person; or just stand outside to marvel the two stadiums' impressive architectural feats. They cost more than USD 490 million to build. North of the two stadiums is the 6.8-square-kilometer Olympic Forest Park. The 6.8-square-kilometer park is a true gem of nature within the city. 

Five year after the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, the sleek and modern Olympic facilities have become the city's hottest modern attractions. The main stadiums are in Chaoyang District in northern Beijing about 30 minutes drive from Tian'anmen Square. You can enter the Water Cube Swimming Center as a tourist for USD4.9; the 100,000-seat National Stadium, or the Bird's Nest, is open to public at USD8 per person; or just stand outside to marvel the two stadiums' impressive architectural feats. They cost more than USD 490 million to build. North of the two stadiums is the 6.8-square-kilometer Olympic Forest Park. The 6.8-square-kilometer park is a true gem of nature within the city. 

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