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Mutianyu & Beijing

by SandiM

We will be in Beijing for a couple of days in early September. We will be visiting Mutianyu section of the Great Wall. Here are some questions: A. Is the weather decent for taking photos at this time of year? I went to Badaling & Jinshanling & Simatai in February and all I got was fog fog fog (and snow). What can I expect for September? B. We intend to take the cable car up, and then walk down to the tobaggan chute for the ride down. What time does the cable car start up in the morning and will it be operating in September? Am I correct that it's a walk DOWN to the chute? or up and down? What time of day do the tour buses show up and linger around for because I'd like to avoid them to get better shots of the wall without people in them. Crazy talk?? C. Does anyone know if Alvin still does guided tours? I had him last time and he was fabulous! It's been a couple of years so I wasn't sure if someone had gone with him lately. D. Is it possible to do a sleepover for 1 night on this section? I heard somewhere that someone had done it, with permission. E. Is there a website showing a detailed map of the Mutianyu section so I can decide where to drag my poor old mom before casting her down the chute (i'm going too). Thanks!

Re: Mutianyu & Beijing

by nomad7890

I was there this September and weather was beautiful ... but the one day I went to Mutianyu it woke up raining. I still went, and it did not rain but there were some clouds left over, but overall it was great. I walked as far as you can go on the side with the most towers, and by the end I was glad there was no sun - I was sweating! So, it's just luck, but most of the days were beautiful in September.

Re: Mutianyu & Beijing

by SLLiew

Did the cable car up and tobagoon down at Mutianyu late August last year. Yes, it is basically a walkdown. Weather was OK and hot but can anyone predict the weather. The tobagoon is actually "baby-ish", like a child slide in the park with staff at each corner asking you to speed up or slow down to avoid clogging.

Re: Mutianyu & Beijing

by ellyse

A) I was in Beijing for a weekend in September and thought the weather generally fine, photo-wise.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Forbidden City during National Day celebrations

by Confucius

Here is the view from Tiananmen Gate rostrum. It is a separate ticket from main admission to the Forbidden City. You may stand in the same place where Mao Zedong and previous emperors gazed upon the loyal subjects assembled in Tiananmen Square. On the right is Mao Zedong Mausoleum and on the left is the Museum of History. This photo was taken on National Day (October 1) about an hour before the flag ceremony.
If you happen to be inside the Forbidden City about 30 minutes before the flag ceremony then you will be forbidden to exit the south gate until after the ceremonial troops have marched to the pole.

Bargain, Bargain, Bargain.

by dfactor

They have some really nice handy craft in China, and they can be pretty cheap, if you are a hard bargainer.

Bought the picture for RMB50 in a shop. Thought it was a good bargain, I bought 4. When it started, the lady asked for RMB100. After some arm wrestling bargaining, we settled at 4 for RMB200, I walked away, gleefully.

Then, on the street market, saw the same stuff again. Asked for the price, the lady at the stall told me it was RMB50 each. And without much fight, she was happy to give 2 to me at RMB50.

I was a bit miffed, but still glad that I managed to average down the price per unit.

Long Qing Xin Gorge- beautiful boat ride

by aspe

When Beijing gets to hot and busy, take a tour to Long Qing Xin Gorge. It's about 80 km north of Beijing.

You go up a mountain inside an escalator formed as a yellow dragon (!). When you get up, you can take a boat ride (about 1 hr) in a beautiful gorge, or continue further up the montain in a lift.

This place is touristy, but in a chinese way. Not many Western travellers there.

Pan1 Jia1 Yuan2 (or panjiayuan) Market

by FreeCloud about Flea Market/Antique Market

It is a huge market complex with many many vendors selling/trading interesting stuff.

Details see the site below or just search online, you should see lot (keywords 'panjiayuan beijing':

http://www.globetrekkertv.co.uk/destination_guide/asia/china/dirt_market.php Anything you could imagine that can be found in China. Antiques, authentic or replica, sourvenirs, art and crafts, daily use, anything, and just to have some fun there. Depends upon what you are buying. Most likely you have to pay by Chinese currency.

Up the Mutanying Great Wall, take a cable car!

by Penelope4

There is so much walking to do as you climb up the Mutanying Great Wall. In order for you to enjoy the experience, take the cable car at the foot of Mutanying and just do the walking from its end station (it sure is the best journey). You can enjoy the nice view from the cable car. The sight of the trees, mountains, colourful leaves - is just awesome! The trip costs 50 Yuan. And mind you, I had the privilege of riding in the same cable car the US Former President Clinton rode in.

Also known as first cable car on the Great Wall, Mutianyu Great Wall Cable Car Services Co. Ltd. Provides 58 cable cars for you and me. It was built in 1986.

The cable way is 732m in length, 604m high and runs 3.5 m per second.

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