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Train to Mongolia

by mhrunge

I want to travel to Mongolia (Erdene) from Beijing, the train seems to be the way to go, but how to arrange and what is the cost? Can I do this on my own or should I use a travel service?

Cheers,

Re: Train to Mongolia

by juliogg

Suggest you look up a site called www.monkeytrain.com. I remember reading the travel cataloge that has the trains that go from Beiging to Mongolia and on to Moscow and all points in-between. It gives ALL Price info, tours, departures, and berth accomadations. Hope site is correct . Will have cataloge in hand tomorrow to correct if I got it wrong.

Re: Train to Mongolia

by wangyixuan1981

According to Internet, international train between Beijing and UlanBator runs only on Monday. The tickets cannot be sold at stations. Check with the agency CITS.

http://www.cits.net/citsonlineWeb/online/homepage_EN/transportation/2009_inttrain.htm

Re: Train to Mongolia

by mhrunge

Sorry, site not correct.

Re: Train to Mongolia

by ellyse

Richard Tian (richards@public3.bta.net.cn) is oft-recommended on the ThornTree forum for international train tickets originating from Beijing, so you might want to give this guy a try.

Travel Tips for Beijing

Let's say what you absolutely...

by laar

Let's say what you absolutely shouldn't do. Don't do Beijing in two days. There's simply too m uch to see and I feel really sorry for those Organized Tours that visit the Chinese wall in the morning, the Temple of Heaven during lunch and The Tianamen square in the afternoon (including the forbidden city, the Mausoleum, the People Congress and the national museum). I went three times to the forbidden city and spent all times nearly five hours, still seeing new things and really enjoying mystique and the architecture. While staying in Beijing, the Jazz festival was organized. One of the Dutch business man was a jazz fanatic and took us to the festival one evening. Not the real festival, but a little club above a bookstore. it wasn't even a show, it was merely a jam session. All main artists of the festival showed up in that small place, jamming together with the local crowds and really going lose. The atmosphere of the worlds best jazz in that cold, empty ceiling floor of a small Chinese bookstore was amazing.

Dress Conservatively

by mikelisaanna

The Chinese people dress more conservatively than Westerners. Men do not wear shorts and women do not wear sleeveless outfits. Chinese women also do not wear tracksuits.

Blue jeans, however, are popular among the Chinese youths.

China North International Shooting Range

by Confucius

Not exactly what the Olympics had in mind, but a lot of fun anyway: machine guns, anti-tank missiles, and an amusing assortment of military pistols and sniper's rifles.
It's fun to watch other foreign tourists get a kick out of shooting, especially the young Japanese women.
Pay by the bullet or other projectile.
Technical staff from China's army will ensure you have the weapon pointed in the right direction. Bring your passport for identification. You might want to bring your own earplugs as well. No license required.

You Can Find Everything Here

by kmorlo16 about Silk Market

This place has everything. I had very limited time to shop in Beijing and chose to go to the Silk Market. You can get everything here including knock off clothing, shoes and accessories, jewelry, silk, jade and all types of wonderful souveniers. If you only can go to one place I highly recommend the silk market and don't forget to bargain, bargain, bargain.

Eating out

by Green_Frog about Wangfujing Street

We passed on the above delicacies!!!

And decided on the Peking Duck which was delicious - served with pancakes, a peanut-e sauce, shallots and cucumber - they slice the duck up on a plate and you assemble it yourself in the pancakes. My daughter, Nikki, had to place a napkin over the duck's head before proceeding to eat her meal she couldn't handle eating it whilst it was staring at her LOL!!

We also ordered some fried rice. It was a great meal - 124rmbs for food and beers.

We'd finished our meal when a waiter brought this huge dish of soup to our table - we told him we'd finished and hadn't ordered soup - coz to us Westerners soup would've been served as an entree - right? He took the huge dish and went to the waitresses who pointed back to us - again we told him we didn't order this dish - all 4 girls came over and the one who spoke English the best (amongst a lot of giggles) explained that once the duck is killed/gutted etc and cooked and served - the remains are made into soup - OH GREAT!!!!!

I think the other diners (all Chinese) were horrified that we would return this delicious broth!!

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