Hanting Express (Beijing International Exhibition Center)

No.12 Noth Third Ring East Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, Beijing Region, 100013, China
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Late October Weather in Beijing

by OneNightInBangkok

Hi, I am flying to Beijing on October 23 and I will be staying for 8 days. What is the weather like around this time of the year? Would I need to bring warm jackets or would sweaters be enough? Many thanks to those who would reply!

Re: Late October Weather in Beijing

by ellyse

Look on MSN Weather for October's averages: http://weather.msn.com/daily_averages.aspx?wealocations=wc:CHXX0008&weai=10

Re: Late October Weather in Beijing

by Chrissy50

I was there about that time, late October early November, I found jeans and T shirt during the day with a medium weight jumper for the night, it was great weather I found but you can have unusual weather any where any time so be prepared.

Re: Late October Weather in Beijing

by chinaguy

at that time in beijing it was geting cold but not most cold it was depend on the weather is not changeless so you take some warm cloths .

Travel Tips for Beijing

The Darling Buds of May

by sugarpuff

Beijing has only one good thing to offer anybody in the springtime...and that's its gorgeous flowers and buds....that's if you can see them through the yellow sand storm making its way from Mongolia!

But you have to be quick with the camera or you WILL miss them!!! They are here and gone SO quickly its untrue!

Haggling...enjoy it!

by oceania26

Even those with patience may go crazy with the absolute persistence in trying to sell you stuff especially when near a tourist area....to point of nauseam.

The Silk Market is a great shopping experience - I quite enjoy conversing with the vendors who try to befriend...it's part of the atmosphere, just enjoy it instead of being annoyed by it.

Remember a few dollars here and there won't mean much to you, but it will to them.

Beijing at 6am on a beautiful day! 2

by sugarpuff

This theme is 'what the elderly get up to at 6am everyday!'

It was funny because not once did I see a young person out and about doing exercises or just walking and talking. At 6am in Beijing, the young are asleep, whilst the older generation are out in full force having a whale of a time!!! I wish I was that energetic! Well, I probably will be for the next few days until I get back into the right sleep pattern...I wonder where I should go cycling tomorrow morning?!

I just want to add how amazing it was seeing all these things this morning. I didnt capture everything on camera but the things I saw were so much fun! For example, down by the lake, there were people playing badminton, hacky sack, stretching, playing chess, jumping up and down on the spot, putting their leg above their heads almost while leaning on a tree, almost a vertical split(!), rubbing different parts of their body to correspond with the 'qi', fishing (in a lake where fish cannot possibly taste nice!), swimming (again, in a lake where you're bound to catch some disease or another!) and singing.

Bustling "Old Cathay" shopping street

by calcaf38 about Da Zhalan Jie (also pronounced Dashilar)

Another great shopping street, with huge pharmacies, huge tea emporiums, blaring pop music, and many restaurants.

Less refined than Liulichang, but between the two, you can do all your Beijing shopping in one outing. Watch out for CDs. They can be defective, but they are also very very cheap...

Also, keep an eye on your belongings. I have heard of a VT member who had his camera stolen on that street.

Getting around the city by the subway

by xuessium

It's actually quite easy to get around Beijing (and considering the weather and pollution at road level), it may well be a good thing too!

Simply go to any station and buy a flat one-way ticket from any ticket booths. You pay according to the distance travelled.

The train system [北京地铁] is kinda modelled after the British and Hong Kong system. The sights and sounds of Beijing can be experienced in the train carriages. The carriages aren't exactly air-conditioned so it can get stuffy around peak hours and you'll get the rich chance of literally enjoying the smell of Beijing. Don't be surprised to see both vendors hagging their wares and beggars hagging you for wares in the train carriages as well.

Access link for Map of Beijing Subway: BEIJING SUBWAY

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There is a store-value card called "Yi Ka Tong" (or IC Cards) you can purchase. This card will allow you to travel on both public buses and the Beijing Metro for a period of time or as long as you have money in the card! Save me the hassle of hunting down coins and small changes. It's kinda like the Octopus Card of Hong Kong and the Ezylink card of Singapore. There is a 20RMB deposit (which you can claim back from IC Card outlets) and on top of that, any amount of money you wish to add, depending on how much you think you're going to spend.

You get through the gates of the subway and board and alight the buses by flashing the card on a sensor and your fare will be automatically deducted.

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