The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion
The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion
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Beijing former royal compound where you can dine like a king: Prince Shuncheng Mansion opens to the public

  • The lush, serene back garden of the 400-year-old Prince Shuncheng Mansion has opened as a public dining venue, with ancient royal treats included on the menu
  • Once home to a Qing dynasty royal descendant, it was also the home of Zhang Xueliang, famous for kidnapping China’s ruling Nationalist party leader in 1936

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The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion
The back garden of Prince Shuncheng Mansion, also known as Jun Wang Fu, in Beijing opened to the public for the first time in its 400-year history last month as a dining venue. Photo: Courtesy of Prince Shuncheng Mansion
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