Beijing Chengyuan Plaza

No.19 Jianhua South Road Jianguomenwai St, Beijing, Beijing, 100022, China
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China Airlines

by mhrunge

I will arrive in Beijing from Hanoi Vietnam via Taipei by China Airlines. The airlines informs me that my flight arrives into Taipei too late to get the connecting flight to Beijing on the same day, therefore I need to stay in Taipei for the night and catch the 8am flight to Beijing. Question – is China Airlines responsible for the cost of the hotel for the layover in Taipei?

Cheers,

Re: China Airlines

by chungkok

Your trip is:

A. XXX to Hanoi to taipei to Beijing?
B. XXX to taipei to Hanoi to Beijing?

route A, impossible
route B, stupid, no one will take it.


Why not HOng Kong in transit ?

Taipei and Beijing doest not have direct flight for political reason.
Fly to Vietnam for transit is just stupid, even it is cheaper or what. No one will do like that.


Can you make clear what you saying? where are you from and you go ?

Re: China Airlines

by HansDK

May depend on your fare bucket (booking class) - ask the airline.

>>Taipei and Beijing doest not have direct flight for political reason

Nonsense - China Airlines as well as China Air and Eva Airways have direct flights.

Re: China Airlines

by wangyixuan1981

Direct flight from Beijing to Taipei is just opened, about 1 year ago.

Re: China Airlines

by chungkok

Re: China Airlines
Posted: Mon November 9, 2009 08:11 PM HKT
May depend on your fare bucket (booking class) - ask the airline.

>>Taipei and Beijing doest not have direct flight for political reason

Nonsense - China Airlines as well as China Air and Eva Airways have direct flights.



YOU ARE THE KING, CHINA AND TAIWAN ARE UNDER YOUR CONTROL.
YOU HAVE DIRECT FLIGHT BETWEEN BEIJING AND TAIPEI

YOU ARE THE FIRST ONE TO DO SO AND YOU ARE THE KIND.
MIND YOU TO CHECK ALL.

Re: China Airlines

by chungkok

IT IS A JOKE.
ONLY IN CHINESE NEW YEAR , DO YOU KNOW THAT ?

YOU ALL KIDS ARE WRONG FOR TAIPEI-BEIJING Direct FLIGHT
CAN YOU CHECK IT OUT FORM CX, Dragonair, Eva, CA, or any other airlines.

damn it

Re: China Airlines

by HansDK

chungkok

Why are you so ignorant? I have seen many "strange" replies on VT, but you take the prize.

Re: China Airlines

by wangyixuan1981

Who thinks Beijing and Taipei have no direct connecting flights may google "CA185" and see it yourself.

Re: China Airlines

by ellyse

Geez. I wish people who post ignorant answers would check themselves before being nasty to others pointing out their mistake!
For goodness sakes there're now direct flights between Taipei and many mainland China cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou, just to name a few!

Travel Tips for Beijing

go to Wangfujing, Tian'anmen...

by Jerry_Guan

go to Wangfujing, Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, and Dashila Street and Liulichang to have a look at the old Beijinger's life and culture. go to have a good journey when you get some friends from university who are very friendly and warmly.

Funny English Signs

by dfactor

The Chinese authorities certainly have quite some sense of humour, don't they?

Do you understand what they are trying to tell you? Or warn you??

But then again, they have come a long way...... At least they are trying.

Good luck to you if you don't speak Mandarin, I've problem communicating with the locals, especially in Beijing. Hardly anyone speaks English on the street. The accent is Shanghai is much easier to comprehend.

If you have English-speaking friends calling you at your hotel, it is best for you to call the front desk and tell them to put the call to your room. Not sure if you will have this problem in the more expensive hotels though.

Olympics 2008

by nepalgoods

The Olympic Games 2008 are finished now. The games were a big event in China. People are still very enthusiastic. Everybody enjoyed the games. All the visa restrictions, that have been very tight this summer, are going back to normal.

The wonderful architecture of Bird's Nest and Water Cube will remain as a landmark for a peaceful and friendly event. Let'shope, that the spirit of the Olympics will bring more freedom and peace in the future!

The "Friendlies" of the Olympic Games: Beibei Jingjing Huanhuan Yingying Nini: Beijing huanjying ni! Beijing welcomes you! See my picture:

TEA on MaLianDao Street

by sunshine9689

It`s the street full of tea stores. We walked into one and bought everything we were looking for. Before coming to Beijing I was doing some research on what teas to buy, so I came to China with the list of teas I wanted to purchase(in Chinese and also their spelling in English).
Our tea hostess looked at Chinese characters and brought those teas for me to taste.
The teas were:
a) Mo Li Lan Xue (wonderful jasmine tea) = 200RMB for 200g of tea;
b) Tie Guan Yin (green tea) = 300RMB for 500g of tea;
c) Long Jing (green tea) = 220RMB for 500g of tea; For 1,750 kilo of a very good tea we payed $80. Later on I asked a local person about the amount we payed and was told that I was paying double price for everything.
So, read this and do not repeat my mistake - bargain hard!!!

Traditionel Teahouse

by nepalgoods about Laoshe Teahouse

Laoshe Teahouse was named after the famous Chinese poet Laoshe (Camel Xiangzi). It was opened in 1988. On more than 3.300 square metres it houses a Beijing style Tea- restaurant, a theatre, a courtyard teahouse and a teashop.

The Laoshe Teahouse is a place to experience Chinese traditional culture with superb tea-cuisine and impressive performances. In the performance hall a Integrated perfomance will be shown every day containign Peking Opera, acrobatics, ventriloquism, dance, Kung Fu, tea ceremony and more.

Even though you might not understand the words, the colorful costumes and the spectacular performances will impress you.

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