Beijing Fuhao Hotel

45 Wangfujing Street, Beijing, Beijing, 100029, China
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Forum Posts

When to visit Beijing during the summer?

by SvendRost

Hi everyone,

We are planning to visit China during this summer for 2-3 weeks. Our journey can either begin in the end of June, during July or in August.

When is the best time with respect to:
-Number of people(When are there many people there on holiday)
-Weather (as far as I could see it's hot during all months)

Thanks in advance.


Re: When to visit Beijing during the summer?

by Pomerol

I was there last August and found the heat overwhelming in the afternoon to the point where we hid in our hotel between 12 and 16h. June might be cooler. Nevertheless, we had a great time and really enjoyed Beijing

Re: When to visit Beijing during the summer?

by ellyse

Summer isn't really a peak domestic travel season, but still, June would be comparatively better in terms of both heat and amount of crowds. Price-wise I don't think there would be a difference at all.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Kites on Tiananmen Square

by Lemonita

Tiananmen Square is one of the world's largest squares. There is always a lot happening there...

It is always nice, when we don't have anything to do, to have a stroll there. I love to watch the multiple and various kites flying over the people. No where else have I seen so many beautiful kites...

Sometimes, I am just amazed to see that kites can fly so high in the sky... Also, it is a pleasure to see kids playing and running all around...

Beijing Tip

by rebibi

The marvellous porcelain and the chinese culture to drink tea. This is really a ceremony and takes a lot of time. At first sight they realize if the tea is still too hot do drink or not.
The cup at your left hand side has nothing in it, the other one is filled with hot water. Do you notice the change of colour of the phoenix?

Buying golf stuff

by PeterJac

With China being the worlds leading manufacture of golf clubs then obviously you’re going to see them for sale around Beijing. Unfortunately what you see for sale is almost always fake although visually you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference in many cases. One guy admitted they were copies and showed me to a back room in his shop where he claimed he kept the real stuff, still didn’t believe him though. All the top brands are there and are only a fraction of the cost in Europe but you get what you pay for. Would have loved to have tried to hit a few balls with one of the fake drivers but obviously not possible in the middle of Beijing, and I’m sure they wouldn’t risk a sale and allow you anyway. There’s about a dozen or more golfing stuff only shops nearby the silk market and a few more in the silk market but the ones away from the silk market are better. I bought couple of big name brand putters (Odessy and Taylormade) and they’re good fakes and I wasn’t going to do much harm for $20 each.

Furniture Shopping

by athena10x

This is for those who are brave enough to look for funiture. Don't ask how to get there because I was only following the Pros around. But the amazing things I saw are worth
a look. New furniture made with old wood. Yes, there is alot of old wood being recycled and made into new furniture with new laquer painting. Y500-2000. Thats chinese Yuen. but that is also from a wholesaler.

Lotus Lane

by savitha about Lotus Lane

As mentioned earlier, this place has a resemblence to Clark Quay in Spore ( well, mainly because there's H2O beside it! )
Not as big as Clark and Boat Quay, but its a nice place to hang out.

There's a Starbucks as you enter on the left and another restaurant on the right. There was a group of African's playing live music and I totally enjoyed their performances.

Other hang-outs had Chinese live music...One thing to notice in this street is the fantastic oriental decorations in the pubs.. Casual


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