We were on a tour and they brought us there to watch the water cube from the bridge near by and take pictures so we didn't go inside or near it at all. I guess there is a big pool inside just like any other...More
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A friend in Beijing bought me and my wife two tickets for swimming online, and we were supposed to collect the tickets at the door. When we got to the Water Cube, we were told to go from one kiosk to another. After having been...More
The water cube is a swimming complex used in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. As such inside it is a large pool complex, but what makes it still amazing is the outside face and shape that at night is all lit up.
Located in Beijing sports complex area and set up for swimming in the Olympics. With the lights on at night, it looks like a giant ice cube and is quite attraction to visit day and night. If you are interested in visiting this sports complex...More
This is building literally looks like a cube. It is a swimming center that was used during olympic game of 2008. It is facing the famous bird's nest.
The best way to get there is by subway. Get off at the Olympic Sports Center Station of Route No.8. Then follow the directions in the station, you will encounter a security checkpoint before you find the Water Cube. It is free admission. If you...More
I was part of a tour group and we got to see outside the place as it wasn't on the list of things we are meant to go to. It was interesting to see it in the daytime but I would have like to have...More
I was visiting Olympic Park and was keen to see whatever I could from the Beijing Olympics. The Water Cube was wonderful to see in the light of its historical significance but was nothing too extraordinary as far as layout went. It does have a...More