Located in Dong Cheng District, Oriental Plaza is in the hub of Beijing's political and business district, bordered by Chang An Avenue and the National Department of Commerce. Conveniently located next to Wangfujing pedestrian mall and Tian An Men square, the location benefits from inter-connected direct access to subway lines 1 and 5.
Beijing is the political, economic and cultural centre of China. Beijing is home to the headquarters of most of China’s largest state-owned companies and is a major hub for the national highway, expressway, railway and high-speed rail networks.
Oriental Plaza offers exciting opportunities for investment and development in the following key industry sectors:
• Banking & Finance, funding investment
• Accounting service and legal consulting
• Luxury brands
Beijing is a city of growth and promise and the ideal entry point for businesses looking to expand into the China market. A Servcorp Virtual Office allows you to test this market with low risk and minimal overheads. At Servcorp we also offer one-stop-shop service for Business Registration solution.
Only 45 minutes’ drive from Beijing International Airport.
Take Subway Line 1 or Line 5 alight at Dongdan Station, take Exit A.
There are many bus options to Beijing Oriental Plaza are less than 5 minutes’ walk including: 1, 52, 99, 728, 106, 108, 110, 116, 111, 684, 685
Beijing Oriental Plaza is a true "city in the city".
Offering a variety of facilities and services, the complex has eight Grade A office buildings, with different themed shopping areas, evergreen flower beds, the city's largest multi-coloured musical fountain and has more than 1,800 parking spaces indoor parking. With a wealth of Fortune 500 companies and leading companies in the finance industry; Oriental Villa serviced apartments are conveniently located within the complex for longer stays, while the Grand Hyatt is perfect for shorter term business visits.
Within 5 minutes walking distance:
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