Beijing Jinlin Mansion

25 Anyuan Beili Chaoyang, Peking, Beijing, Beijing, 100029, China
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Hotels close to China National Convention Center

by Prole

Hello, All!

We'll be in Beijing for about a week later this month, attending an Expo at the China National Convention Center. A couple of questions:

1. Could anyone that's stayed at the JinQiao Apartment Hotel, aka JinQiao International Apartment Hotel comment on how good (or bad) it is? Also, how far is it from the Convention Center?

2. We'd appreciate recommendations for decent hotels within walking distance of the Convention Center, preferably in the USD 50-60 range.

Thanks!

Re: Hotels close to China National Convention Center

by cafank

There are many hotels near the Convention Centre - everything was built new for the Olymic Games. You need to look for hotels in the Chaoyang District, Beijing.

The only two I know are: Orange Hotel Beijing Asia Games Village, and the Holiday Inn Express Minzuyuan Beijing - I don't know how much they are now but the Orange was about $40.00 night.

There are plenty of Beijing hotels at http://www.cheaphotelschina.net - but it could be a long search although it helps when you know the District. Hopefully someone else will be able to help. I have also use AsiaRooms.com when booking rooms and found them very good - they have quite a selection at your price range.

The JinQiao International Apartment Hotel is about 25-30 mins from the airport.

Travel Tips for Beijing

ATMs - Where Are They?

by TravelFess

Before you enter Beijing make sure you have plenty of local currency. Many of the ATMs do not work with international debit cards. I learned the hard way by searching for an ATM for about 2.5 hours.

Tian Tan (Temple of Heaven)

by sunnywong

Aside from exquisitely laid out architectures, the temple is also famous for two structures with peculiar acoustic features, i.e. the Echo Wall and the Triple-Sound Stone. A mere whisper at any point close to the wall can be heard clearly on the other side, although the parties may be 40 or 50 meters apart. This is possible because the wall is round and hermetically constructed with smooth, solid bricks.

Mobile phone tips at Olympics

by olympictip

Recording Sports on your Phone from Beijing

For those that want to avoid high roaming fees on mobile phones (as high as $2.25 per minute), here's a special site for the Olympics selling GSM SIM cards that work in your phones when traveling in Beijing.

Unique thing about this SIM card is unlimited photo and video uploads to capture events at the Olympics on your mobile phone to share. And calling rates are much lower when using SIM card.

http://www.gotobeijingchina.com

Tiring, Stressful and Crazy!!

by sarawakgirl

The shopping malls and the salesgirl are crazy. I went to Youshuo Market or Silk Market I can tell you the experience of shopping really make me feel that the next day when I woke up, I said.. that is enough no more shopping, but I still go and shop, hehehe.. Its like a nightmare. At one time a salesgirl was holding my arm persuading me to buy something and I have to push her away. I lost my patient sometimes. What an experience! I bought a few pieces of silk material, well I bought 11 pieces of silk material (4 metres 1 pc). For me it is worth it specially if I want to make baju kurung or kebaya for special occasion or for work. I bought cotton material for working shirt and asked them to measure and it was ready in 4 days.

I bought tabble runner, patchwork blanket, paintings, shawls and small items for decoration. I think you can get anything you want in Beijing. For a jacket not more than 100RMB, table runners 20RMB, shawls, 20-30RMB, patchwork, 150RMB( I was too lazy to haggle with the salesgirl, I think I can get cheaper than that), silk material 100RMB (4 metres)

Laoshe Teahouse, the charm of old Beijing

by ntm2322

Some teahouses are large and luxurious, while others are small and simple. Some of them are expensive, while others are cheap, you just pay a few bucks for the tea and peanuts (melon seeds).

In both cases, expensive or cheap, luxurious or simple, the atmosphere just turns me on. How much I love teahouses in Beijing.

One of my favorite teahouses in Beijing is Laoshe Teahouse.

Laoshe teahouse is situated to the west of the Qianmen Gate Arrow Tower on the southern edge of Tian'anmen Square.

Who is Laoshe? Laoshe was a famous Chinese novelist and playwright who wrote Teahouse, considered a masterpiece drama in the Chinese literature. If you are learning Chinese and would like to learn more about the Beijing dialect, then, I advice you to read more about Mr. Laoshe workings.

Laoshe teahouse opened for business in 1988 as the first teahouse in new Beijing, marking the rejuvenation of the teahouse culture of old Beijing.

The teahouse is decorated and furnished in the late Qing Dynasty style. When you enter the hall situated in the second floor, you will see dozens of old-style tables and a stage beyond. You can also see palace lanterns hang from the ceiling and scrolled traditional Chinese paintings and calligraphy works from the walls.

What a wonderful place to spend the afternoon or evening sipping tea and tasting imperial and local style snacks while watching folk performances and shows or even spend some leisure moments with your friends, chatting, drinking, just the way the old Beijingers like to do.

And if some of the performances are in Chinese like the cross-talking, you (the foreigner) don’t have to worry since there is an electronic display over the stage with subtitles in Chinese, English and Japanese.

Prices. In general, price range from 60 to 180 Yuan to drink tea and watch a performance (the price includes tea and some snacks).

You can also dine in the restaurant, you can have your Beijing duck and eat local specialties and traditional snacks.

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