Beijing Longxi Hotspring Resort

8 ShunJing Avenue, PangGeZhuang Area DaXing, Beijing, Beijing, 102601, China
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currency

by isherwood

we are visiting beijing in july is it best to bring GB£ or chinese currency ?

Re: currency

by IndianPacific

Chinese currency. And buy it NOW! There is a pressure on that currency, it's being held artificially low by the authorities.

Re: currency

by GrumpyDiver

Pound sterling will not be terribly useful in China, but the Chinese Yuan will be. I would suggest picking some Yuan up before you go and then if you do need cash, get it from ATMs in China. Credit cards work fine too for hotels, etc, but not for small vendors.

Re: currency

by chinamonty

Yes there are plenty of ATMs that take foreign cards. There are a few threads that go in to it in some detail

Re: currency

by al2401

Get some Yuan (or Renmimbi - same thing different name) before you go or use an ATM at the airport. There are plety of ATMs in Beijing. If they display the logos for PLUS (VISA) or CIRRUS (Maestro or Mastercard) you should have no trouble as these are the most common cards.

Re: currency

by Waoife

I thought the Chinese had currency controls so you can only purchase currency when you get there??

On a separate note, I had no problems using ATMs when I was there four years ago.

Re: currency

by chinamonty

You can get RMB in Hong Kong but if you are landing in Beijing then get RMB from an ATM at the airport.

Re: currency

by IndianPacific

"I thought the Chinese had currency controls so you can only purchase currency when you get there??"

No, no, Yuan=RMB is a fully convertibel currency. I changed my RMB's at home before I went on my latest journey to China, last autumn.

Re: currency

by GrumpyDiver

Quite convertable for a long time - I purchased a small amount at home (something I almost always try do before heading off to a foreign country) on both of my trips there.

Re: currency

by Badger1492

I agree with above, buy a little China currency at your home airport (usually bad rate). Then use the ATMs when you get there. I have been to China about 5 times in the last 2 years and have never had a problem with ATMs. They are easy to find in most hotels, in the subways, and, of course, at banks.

Re: currency

by chinamonty

They are even in 7/11s in some cities like Shenzhen (they have Citibank ones which give you an account balance on your "receipt")

Re: currency

by MikeySoft

Bring your currency and an ATM debit card. Check with your bank that it does not charge extra for using it overseas.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Lourdes plus the Pyramids; very much beaten path

by kokoryko

Lourdes and the Pyramids: I tell about the crowds, the people there!
I took a bus in Beijing (bus N° 919, for 12 Y for the 70km to the great wall; by taxi it is 250Y. . . ) and arrived at the Great wall (great wall of Ba Da Ling part) one and a half hour later. I will not write and describe a lot as this place seem one of the most visited places on the planet; looking at all the people I almost decided to return to Beijing on the spot! Well I kept there, paid entrance fee, and went to visit the wall.
All what you can see is the renovated part of the wall, and attractions (they did not attract me! I was not in the mood for that), museums and other facilities.
Many people and noise, music: there was music, loudspeakers, etc. . . and a display on a hill for the future Olympics in Beijing.
I went up on the left side, where it seemed a bit more quiet, and after walking for 10mn, the crowds became looser, less people and I could begin to breathe and look quietly and the landscape and at the wall.
I must say, I do not like the renovated things which look too new, too clean, and the renovated part of the great wall is like that.
Many vendors (souvenirs, hats, false old coins (may be true coins from the Ming or other imperial era) spoil the place too, but at the end I did not care of them. The only interesting thing on the wall was to look at the landscape, look at this wall in the mountain, turning and climbing looking like a giant snake sometimes.
Look at my off the beaten path tip about the wall to know what can be much more interesting to do at the wall!

To get there:Bus, 919
Taxi
Tour operators organise buses there. Main picture:Do you see the crowds on the wall? You understand what I mean with Mourdes, the Pyramids, and why I almost returned to Beijing?
Picture 2:This wall looks too clean, too new, no? I was not expecting to foind something like that here.Most beautiful is the landscape with the wall running on the mountains.
Picture 3: At the entrance of the Ba Da Ling part of the Great Wall; maps and explanations for what to do and where.For the interested people there seems a lot to do, but as already written, not in the crowds for me.
Picture 4: People everywhere, big ads on the hill (here for the Olympic games), and you do not hear the loudspeakers with supermarket music . . .
Picture 5: Ah, and here the vendors near the entrance of the Ba DaLing area; they are almost aggressive, want to sell you absolutely something if you happen just to have a glimpse at their things; one grabbed my arm and I almost lost patience, which in China would not at all have had a good effect; just try to keep cool with these people, they try to do their job.

Smoking in Beijing

by machomikemd

not all buildings in Beijing Provide smoking areas but most have especially in public areas and theaters wherein there is an isolated small room exclusively for smokers since there are many smokers of cigarettes and cigars in Beijing. Even Hotel Rooms provide inside areas for smoking beside smoking rooms so a smoker will feel at home here in beijing. However prices of cigarettes are pretty expensive here wherein a pack of cigarettes cost 15-20 RMB each.

Bring your biggest suitcase to Beijing

by Saagar

You will fill all the space you have, even if you thoguht you were not into shopping. Either you bring the biggest suitcase from home, or you buy one here in Beijing. Perhaps a light soft bag would do in addition to your smallish suitcase or back pack.
You can get day packs in Beijing very cheaply.

Foot massaggi, just relaxing.....

by Sally_chen

I come here often to have foot massage , it's quite close to my work place.
It's on the second floor inside a building, there are quite a few separate rooms where 4 to 6 persons can sit down relax . The ambience is clean, staffs are extremely friendly. Staff are not allowed to receive tips from clients. I like this!
They will first warm your feet up in the hot water with herbs, after about 30 minutes when you foot become softer, you start to enjoy their 1:30 minutes soft massage. Very relaxing!
Price: Before 18:00 happy hour RMB70
18:00-02:00 a.m RMB120

Chill with some drinks on a lake

by woosha708 about Lotus

This place was a favorite of mine for some evening drinks and people watching. There's even a Starbucks for the coffee drinkers. Some restaurants and some bars including ones with 2nd story walkout views of the lake.

Don't miss this area for nightlife fun.

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Address: 8 ShunJing Avenue, PangGeZhuang Area DaXing, Beijing, Beijing, 102601, China