Dreams Travel Hostel (Beijing South Main Street)

No.15 South Main Street, Jiaodaokou, Dongcheng District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100007, China
Dreams Travel Hostel Beijing South Main Street
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by Johny100


I'm going to Beijing soon and was wondering if anyone know about any good massage parlor with modest prices close to the Gulou Dajie where I'm staying. (If you know of any other good places in town you can also tell me).

And just to make it clear, we are talking about regular massage not anything weird.


Re: Massage...

by Gunnar_83

Hi John!

You can try one of these two places:



Re: Massage...

by Johny100

Thanks Gunnar!

I will those places!

Re: Massage...

by Mahbod

for your information:

i paied 400 yuan (in a 5 star hotel) for a Full body oil massage. all other kind of massage is cheaper and start from 200 for foot massage


Re: Massage...

by adoc

Bodhi massage parlor is so far my favorite. Chinese style body (60min)/foot massage(80mim) costs 158rmb. You will get discount if you go there before 17:00 during weekdays. www.bodhi.com.cn

Re: Massage...

by Mahbod

thanks my dear friend

but i came back 2 weeks ago however the prices in the hotel usually 2 time more

Travel Tips for Beijing

Get a Guide

by seagoingJLW

Find yourself a good guide who knows the city. A tour is fine. I gives you transportation to all the sites. Here is our guide, Sun Chang-Sheng. We called him Harry.

When you do get a guide, make sure he speaks English (or whatever language you want) fluently.

Propitious Pattern

by wwliu

Dragon and phoenix express the most exalted status. In the past, dragon deputize emperor and phoenix deputize empress. Everything used by empero all have dragon, like cup, quilt, chair and so on. The wall was chiseled typical pattern. In addtion, red is propitious colour in China. Just a square of wall put up antiquated China thoroughly.

Big Bell Temple

by nepalgoods

Da Zhong Si. The temple was known as Juesheng Si (Awakened Life Temple), but clearly there wasn't enough awakening going on, so a 46 1/2-ton bell was transported here on ice sleds in 1743. The third hall on the right houses clangers garnered from around Beijing. Some were donated by eunuchs wishing the relevant emperor long life, with hundreds of donors' names scrawled on their sides. But none of this is fleshed out; captions are of the "China is a great country with an ancient civilization" variety. The main attraction is housed in the rear hall, carved inside and out with 230,000 Chinese and Sanskrit characters. The big bell tolls but once a year, on New Year's Eve. Visitors rub the handles of Qianlong's old washbasin, and climb up narrow steps to play "Chinese golf" by making a wish and throwing coins through a hole in the top of the monster.

Xidan Shopping Street

by vic&michael about Xidan

Xidan has many shops that sell cheap men and women's casual clothing. Quality of clothing varies though.
Also there is a large store that sells misc. Chinese sweets & tea, good for presents to take home.

Get directions in Mandarin

by racayadi

Before you hop on a taxi... if you don't speak Mandarin, ask your hotel attendees to write detailed directions to your destination...
some instances, additional details (landmarks, stores, etc.) are needed... especially when going to the hutongs.... many taxi drivers do not know the hutongs, have a difficult time reading maps and if they don't know the city you end up driving everywhere but your final destination.

* The same occurs when going to the Great Wall by yourself -- to Simatai:
if you hop on bus 382 from Beijing... bus only goes to Miyun.... bus leaves you on main road and taxi drivers are there to take you to Simatai recreational area.... negotiate the price.. they'll try to charge US$20.00... I was fortunate to have Shanghai Univ. students help me lower my share of the ride to US$10.00... Returning to take bus -- same deal... go to tourist office at Simatai and tell them you want to pay 80 yuan or US$10.00 at the most for a taxi.... if not they'll tell you cost is 160 yuan or US$20.00...


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