Peak time of blooming: mid April
Best place for enjoying the beauty of the flowers: the 30,000-mu pear orchard in Panggezhuang Township, Daxing District
The 30,000-mu pear tree preserve area in Panggezhuang Township is located in the southwest of Daxing. Now the 30,000-mu pear tree area is the largest pear tree forest of the ancient ecology in Beijing, with the oldest trees, most varieties and earliest flowers. Whenever pear blossoms bloom, they look like snowflakes fallen on the trees and are exceptionally dazzling under the blue sky to make the pear township extremely beautiful and cover the ancient pear orchard with a charming veil.
How to arrive there: The 30,000-mu pear tree preserve area in Panggezhuang Township is 23 km away from the urban area and on the west side of the Lihua Bridge along Beijing-Kaifeng Expressway. Citizens can get there by driving 20 min from Yuquanying; or take Bus 937 Branch 2 at Lishilu to Daxing and then transfer to Bus 11 or 12 to reach the ancient pear tree scenic spot.