Beijing Jihousecn Hotel

No.7 Shaluo Hutong, Bei Luoguxiang, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100009, China
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Blg-Beijing Longtou Apartment

by musaphir

please let us know how the above property is in terms of connectivity to the public transportation system in beijing. is any of the stations within walking distance (10 min walk).


Re: Blg-Beijing Longtou Apartment

by qaminari

You might have given the address (Nanxinyuan West Road
No. 8, Chaoyang District) for someone in Beijing to be able to tell you but this mentions a bus and not the subway:
No. 10 subway line goes through Chao Yang district (e.g; Guomao stop) and this says there is a station near no. 6 in the same road, which is "1 stop to the No. 10 subway station - Jingsongqiao"; but while line 10 (the purple one on here) appears from this map to begin with Jinsong, I'm not entirely sure where this is!

Re: Blg-Beijing Longtou Apartment

by qaminari

P.S. Source of information on no. 6 is here which also mentions under "other info" Bus Lines No.34, No.852, No.985, No.973, No.988.

Re: Blg-Beijing Longtou Apartment

by musaphir

hi gaminari
many thanks for your response. this is not to under rate your effort but the aprtment where i am headed is in nanxinyuan east whereas the apartment referred to in your link in the nanxinyan west. the distance between depends upon how long this road is.
thanks nevertheless and if you have further lead, please advise.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Xishiku (North Church)

by egosyncratix

The next church that we should go to is the North Church, better known as the Xishiku Church at the crossroads of FuYouJie....Its the BIGGEST church in Beijing and one of the main ones in China...Visit my travelogue (album 4 or 6) for complete pilgrimage photographs From St Joseph's, continue walking north till you reach the "Art Museum (Mei Shu Guan)". Cross the road and take 109, asking to get off at FuYouJie....then the church should be about a 2 minute walk to your left once you alight.

Kan Pei!

by AC1

If you are new to the drinking culture here, here are some good tips that most people not aware of. They might sound very simple, but it is consider important in the local culture especially for those who wants to get business deal done over the dinner table.

Kan Pei = Bottoms Up
Peng Pei = Cheers (a sip or two)

If you mean Cheers, don't simply say Kan Pei and take a sip or two. This will not be taken easily by locals as it is seen as being not sincere having saying one thing and doing the other.

This is especially true to the older generation Chinese but NOT with the younger generation in their 30's or 20's who are more open and westernised.

Visit the old neighbourhoods

by extrajoce

I don't know just how much of the old Beijing is left these days, but you will find that in the very heart of the city, east of the Forbidden City, there are still some back-alleys and small houses, which offer a great contrast to the rest of the metropolis.

More shopping @ Xidan 西单

by xuessium about Xidan 西单

Another area modelled for your shopping pleasure, with your usual spread of boutiques, malls and stores. Mercifully, a little less touristy; a little more local flair than the brochure-touted Wang Fu Jing; you actually see locals buying stuff here.

Meander your way through the streets around Xidan. There are hidden gems of eateries to be stumbled upon here. Smell heavily fermented tofu. There's a drain next to it for you to retch up. Smell heavenly cumin dusted pita bread. There is a side street somewhere for you to tuck into it.

People watch if you are into it. See what is the latest fashion fad in Beijing.

Social watch if you are keen. Me & my mates saw policemen breaking up gangs of lads harassing young ladies. See busy Beijing office workers rush from point to point, all a blur before you. Anything money can buy. How deep is your wallet/purse?

Estación del Oeste / West station

by elpariente

Dejamos Beijing rumbo a Datong por la estación del E .
Decidimos ir en metro a la estación para evitar el tráfico y no os podéis imaginar la cantidad de escaleras que tuvimos que subir y bajar con las maletas pues en el metro de Beijing hay pocas escaleras mecánicas . Desde el metro a la impresionante estación hay un paseo de diez minutos
En China todo es grande y no iba a ser menos esta estación , pero eso si , es muy cómoda , muy funcional y es fácil de moverse hasta los andenes de los trenes .
Las puertas para acceder a los trenes están siempre cerradas hasta 10 minutos antes de la salida , así que se organizan montones de gentes , algunos en colas y otros desorganizados , que están dispuestos a salir corriendo en cuanto se habran las puertas . Si tienes asiento numerado no te preocupes demasiado pues suelen estar reservados , sino , corre a buscar un siento !!!

We left Beijing en route to Datong by e station.
We decided to go by underground up to the station to avoid the traffic and you can not imagine the number of stairs we had to climb up and down with bags in the subway since in Beijing underground there are few escalators. From the subway to the impressive station there is a ten-minute walk
In China, everything is big and it was not going to be less this train station, but that it is very comfortable, highly functional and it is easy to reach the platforms of the trains.
The doors to access the trains are always closed until 10 minutes before the train departure, so lthere are lots of people , some in queues and other unorganized, who are willing to run as soon as the doors are opened . If you have numbered seats do not worry too much , since they tend to be reserved, but if not , run to get a seat !!


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